Hilal Dogan, BVSc, CCTP


United States

Frequent Fetch dvm360 speaker Dr. Hilal Dogan practices medicine in Denver, Colorado. She started the Veterinary Confessionals Project as a senior veterinary student at Massey University in New Zealand.


Veterinary wellbeing overload?

There’s a lot of emotional wellbeing advice for the veterinary profession out there right now. (I know, because I’ve shared some of it.) Don’t let it become overwhelming if you’re struggling with trauma today. Just take it one step at a time.

The power of trauma-informed care

With a little work and a lot of commitment, could the vision of trauma-informed care and leadership from the human medical world transform your veterinary hospital for the better?

Are you working your veterinary team stupid?

It might sound crazy, but research shows that overworking could affect your brain. If you and your team are working 40-hour plus weeks, it might be time make some adjustments.

Out-of-the-box advice for veterinary professionals dealing with traumatic experiences

What might coping with stressors in veterinary medicine look like if we allowed our physical response to trauma to take its course, rather than suppressing it?