Vet Times: A Great Time to be a Veterinarian by Ben Sweeney
Vet Times: How to achieve a work life balance in veterinary practice
Veterinary Record: Improving Work Life Balance - What can employers and employees do?
Horse & Hound: Vets Equine vets call for a better work-life balance at BEVA Congress
How to Get Back To Work After a Career Break by Carol Fishman Cohen
Why aren't more veterinary practices owned or led by women? by Lorna Treanor, Veterinary Record
Veterinary Woman: A Close Look At Work Life Balance
BVA Blog: Striking a Healthy Work Life Balance as a Vet
The BEVA Blog was launched in 2o14 as a medium for our Members to discuss issues. The blog has since evolved to include stories, thoughts and concerns from Members. Below is a selection of posts which highlight the importance of a healthy work-life balance within equine practice, therefore accumulating in a healthy well being for our members! If you would like to blog for us please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Bullying with some positives - Anonymous
Bullying in Academia: The Female/Female Divide - Anonymous
Suicide - Ben Sturgeon
Booze - Anonymous
Maslow’s Hierarchy Part 2 – Ben Sturgeon
What makes a job good? Fulfilling your hierarchy - Ben Sturgeon
The webinars below are free to all BEVA Members, you simply need to log in to eBEVA to view each title. Non Members can purchase the webinars for £30.
Mindfulness free webinars and courses
Take the Headspace Challenge - Maybe you can sign up as a practice?
0845 769 7555
Carolyne Crowe - Veterinary Coach and Mentor
NHS Choices Suicide - getting help
RCVS Mind Matters
0303 040 2551 - 24/7 emotional support. Referrals available for health and financial support.
RCVS Mind Matters
If you would like to contact BEVA about work-life balance matters, contribute anonymously to our real life stories or you have ideas on how we can develop in the future then please do not hesitate to contact us: email@example.com