Veterinary stress and wellbeing
A collection of articles from the New Zealand Veterinary Journal
New Zealand Veterinary Journal
The New Zealand Veterinary Journal (NZVJ) is an international journal publishing high quality peer-reviewed articles covering all aspects of veterinary science, including clinical practice, animal welfare and animal health.
The first issue of volume 68 of the New Zealand Veterinary Journal includes an important review article on the topic of the psychological wellbeing of veterinarians, written by Drs Fiona Moir and Renske Van den Brink from Auckland, NZ. The authors review the published literature regarding the causes of veterinary distress and then discuss the strategies that can be used to improve wellbeing. This article is accompanied by an editorial from Stuart Gordon from Massey University, NZ, examining the role of governing bodies, employers and educators in enhancing the wellbeing of veterinary practitioners.
The topic of veterinary stress and the expectations placed upon those working in veterinary practice have been examined in a variety of articles previously published in the Journal. These articles can be accessed in this virtual issue by clicking on the links below.
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Read the January 2020 Issue
Browse the rest of the articles in the January 2020 issue of the New Zealand Veterinary Journal.
Volume 68, Issue 1 (2020)