Tune in for inspiring stories from your colleagues across the profession. You’ll hear from guest veterinarians about the journeys, challenges – and often hilarious anecdotes – that got them to where they are today. Come away with a fresh look at our veterinary community and a renewed excitement to embrace your veterinary journey. Hosted by Drs. Marci Kirk and Annie Chavent.
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“You do not have to be a veterinarian 24/7. When I graduated, we got into this profession because we love animals and we want to save everything and we want to be there for everybody all the time, and that’s the way it was when I graduated, I was goi... more
We are so excited to bring you this special episode of My Veterinary Life Podcast. We are talking to Dr. Kara Escutia. Dr. Escutia is a Trust Veterinarian with AVMA’s PLIT and our focus today is navigating anger in the workplace. This is a continuati... more
“Just not getting the advice of have fun. It is so fun and rewarding and cool to be a veterinarian. It. Just. Is. And that’s what we have to start preaching and teaching and believing. And that’s it.” more
As a practicing veterinarian, I love the idea and diversity behind this show. However, with at least half of the episodes, the sound is typically off. Usually it’s the interviewee and their volume is so soft that you sometimes can’t even make out the words they are saying. Just wish the audio was a little better quality.
I love the wide variety of veterinary guests showcased in this podcast demonstrating how versatile a veterinary degree can be. The icing on the cake is the delightful personalities of the cohosts, who always find a way to connect with their guests.
Marci and Anna have a great rapport with each other and their guests. They're not afraid to get into tough territory like exploring gender and racial disparities in the veterinary field. There's plenty of amusement to be had, and it's an overall interesting podcast experience. Go check it out!
Kudos to Drs. Kirk and Reddish for initiating such an important conversation about diversity and inclusion in the profession. I look forward to hearing more episodes that cover this topic! Keep up the amazing work.
Great podcast! I love the hosts! Loved the recent episode with Kristina Williams and her crab analogy!!!
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