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Destigmatizing mental health problems in veterinary medicine

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During a dvm360® interview, Lauren Catenacci, PhD, shared why this is important for the profession, plus how practices can take action.

In a dvm360® interview, Lauren Catenacci, PhD, head of people and culture at Galaxy Vets, highlighted the significance of destigmatizing mental health problems in the veterinary industry, and how practice managers can contribute to this cause.

View the video below for the entire discussion. The following is a partial transcript.

Lauren Catenacci, PhD: I think the most important thing here is destigmatization, which is hard. But the reality is that there's absolutely nothing wrong with recognizing that something doesn't feel right and reaching out for help.

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