The WVLDI crew demonstrates the game.
"Never have I ever" is an irreverent game of questions and answers that may amuse, surprise or even shock you. In other words, it was only a matter of time before Sarah Wooten, DVM, Kimberly-Ann Therrien, DVM, and Caitlin DeWilde, DVM, got involved and brought it to the veterinary world.
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For an in depth look at the game and how it applies, take a look at this piece by Dr. Sarah Wooten.
The Women's Veterinary Leadership Development Initiative is known for keeping things lighthearted while addressing serious issues. That's why it's a perfect fit for the game. Absurd subjects like spraying anal glands on someone lead the way to important topics such as conflict avoidance and burnout.
"We obviously love to have a lot of fun in our sessions, and we use these questions to prompt people to start thinking about the things that maybe could be a little bit better," as Dr. Wooten sums it up.
If you didn't get a chance to play along in this session at Fetch dvm360, hear their take-homes and then check out the sidebar for more from the session.
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