The Anti-Cyber Harassment Task Force will help veterinary community members that face bullying online
Not One More Vet’s (NOMV) Anti-Cyber Harassment Task Force has released a new resource to help support anyone in the veterinary community that has been a victim of cyberbullying. Sponsored by Koala Health, the task force was co-created by Meghan Vaught, DVM, DACVECC, medical director at Maine Veterinary Medical Center and Sarah Mills, vice president of marketing and communications at Rarebreed.
"At NOMV, we recognize that cyber harassment is a growing problem impacting the mental wellbeing of the veterinary community and we are committed to supporting those impacted," said Bri Golob, MSW, registered clinical social work intern, director of programs at NOMV., in an organizational release.1 "We are thrilled to have such a talented and experienced group of professionals on our Anti-Cyber Harassment Task Force, and we look forward to sharing the resources created by this incredible team with the veterinary community."
According to the release, the task force is made up of professionals from the communications and veterinary industry who have identified 4 goals of the task force1:
“Koala Health works closely with pet parents and vets every day, so we’re committed to helping our veterinarian partners and their staff develop the necessary tools to prevent and fight harassment and create a safe and secure working environment," expressed Gavin Cotter, CEO of Koala Health, in the release.1
To learn more about the task force and available resources, visit nomv.org/anti-cyber-harassment.
In Support of Mental Health Awareness in May, New Anti-Cyber Harassment Task Force Supports Veterinary Professionals with Wide Range of Resources. News release. Not One More Vet. May 30, 2023. Accessed June 16, 2023.