Hiring and attracting talent is a huge problem in veterinary medicine, but even when recent graduates or new veterinarians are hired, they often don’t have the support networks in place to be able to effectively practice. How can mentorship play a role in ensuring new veterinarians are confident in their abilities and decisions?
This week on the Veterinary Innovation Podcast, Shawn and Ivan speak with Dr. Andrew Rosenfeld, Course Architect at VENSA, about mentorship for new veterinarians, how the skills of veterinary graduates have evolved over time, and why generalists should feel empowered to work without having access to specialists.
Dr. Rosenfeld recommends The Veterinary Medical Team Handbook by Andrew Rosenfeld.
- How Graduates Have Evolved
- Empowering New Veterinarians to Work Without Specialty
- New Mentorship Technologies and Platforms
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