“The mission of the KAEP is to ensure the professional development of its members by promoting fellowship, providing educational opportunities, and informing members of political, social, and emerging disease issues that affect the veterinary community and enable them to provide quality care for the horse.”
Two-part workshop for Veterinarians:
Creating a Sustainable Life in Equine Practice
7th & 8th January 2021. 6 – 8 pm ET
Are you in the first 5 – 10 years of your career as an equine veterinarian?
Data show that over the last twenty years, fewer new graduates are entering equine practice and nearly half of new equine veterinarians have left the equine field by the fifth year after graduation. This workshop is designed to give you the tools to create a plan for your life and career to help you have a sustainable life in equine practice.
This two-session workshop is brought to you free of charge by the KAEP and hosted by the Gluck Equine Research Center, University of Kentucky. It is designed to help you explore your vision for your career, including carving out time for life outside of work, creation of boundaries, and understanding your values and priorities. You will then generate a plan to achieve your goals.