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124 Vetlife 2021

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Joining Brian and myself in our virtual studio we are delighted to have Rosie Allister, manager of the vetlife helpline. There has been a lot going on in the last year for everyone in and out of the profession and vetlife has received 25% increase in calls. We speak about vetlife, how we can support students on their transition into practice in these times of current restrictions. We also talk about bereavement and this podcast contains some discussion on suicide. We also consider our veterinary identity. Please follow the signposts in the podcast and/or the links below. It is good to talk, but it matters how we do it.

https://bvajournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/do/10.1002/vetr.00200001
https://www.vetlife.org.uk
https://www.vetmindmatters.org
https://www.befrienders.org
https://www.ava.com.au/member-services/vethealth/telephone-counselling-service/
https://www.avma.org/resources-tools/wellbeing/get-help

To cite this podcast as: Dom Barfield. RVC Clinical Podcast 124 Vetlife 2021 with Rosie Allister. Published on Mar 26 2021.

If you have any comments about this podcast, please get in touch: email dbarfield@rvc.ac.uk; tweet @dombarfield. We would greatly appreciate your time to rate us on Apple podcast or Acast and kindly write us a review.

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