“Compassion Fatigue and Building Resiliency” It has been a challenging 7 months since we first recognized a viral pandemic. The multiple stresses of
“Compassion Fatigue and Building Resiliency”
It has been a challenging 7 months since we first recognized a viral pandemic. The multiple stresses of working in the veterinary field were significant before COVID-19. The virus has only exacerbated the condition. Learn how to identify and deal with plethora of signs and symptoms that impact you and your teammates that indicate compassion fatigue and more importantly how to build the resiliency to fight through and come out stronger.
Approved for one hour of California Statutory CE credit
SPEAKER: Dr Shereen Burton
Dr. Shereen Burton, MS, DVM graduated from Ross University, School of Veterinary Medicine in 2006. She moved to Las Vegas, NV with her husband and began working as an associate at a small animal hospital. She joined the US Army Reserves, Veterinary Corps in 2009 to build her career and help give back to our community and country. In 2012, Dr. Burton began volunteering and doing relief work at The Animal Foundation, a large nonprofit open admission animal shelter. When the shelter was in need of a Chief Veterinarian, she accepted their offer to join the team full time. Wanting to expand her career, in 2018 Dr. Burton joined Zoetis as a professional services veterinarian. She has been with Zoetis for over 2 years and loves being able to provide education and support to veterinary team members throughout southern California and the Las Vegas Valley.
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