Webinar: Four ways to fall back in love with your career! Overcome burnout and reignite your passion for practicing medicine!
Webinar: Four ways to fall back in love with your career!

If you’re feeling stuck in your career, you’re not alone! According to Merck Animal Health’s 2022 Veterinarian Wellbeing Study, approximately one-third of veterinarians reported high levels of burnout. While the Veterinary industry may be more prone to burnout, there are ways you can overcome this and find happiness in your career.

Hear three CareVet Veterinarians discuss how they overcame burnout and reignited their love of practicing medicine. They’ll explore how several small personal and professional changes led them to rediscover why they went into Veterinary medicine in the first place. Be prepared to feel the way you did during your first year out of school after this webinar!

During this webinar, we’ll also discuss:

  • The role ongoing development and growth play in job satisfaction
  • Setting boundaries and attaining work/life balance
  • The importance of clinical autonomy and strong teams
  • Unconventional avenues that may lead to career happiness

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Dr. Brandon Thornberry

Dr. Brandon is from St. Louis, Missouri, and grew up the son of a veterinarian. From his earliest memories, he would always help his dad at his veterinary hospital. He attended the University of Missouri-Columbia for his undergraduate and veterinary degrees. Following veterinary school, he completed a one-year medical device innovation fellowship. He spent two years as an emergency veterinarian, followed by time spent as a relief veterinarian where he practiced in twenty different hospital settings. He joined CareVet as a clinical operations veterinarian in July 2022. His medical interests include emergency medicine, oncology, and surgery.

Dr. Rhiannon McKnight

Dr. Rhiannon McKnight is a graduate of the Ontario Veterinary College and completed an Internship of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Georgia. She has been practicing at her hospital in St. Peters, Missouri for more than twenty-five years. Her special interests include general surgery, nutrition, veterinary dentistry and routine preventative medicine. She volunteers for the Endangered Wolf Sanctuary as the Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees.

Dr. Terri Schreiner

Dr. Terri Schreiner is originally from Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. She received her DVM from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2005. Dr. Schreiner completed two year-long internships after veterinary school, the first in equine medicine and surgery and a second in veterinary ophthalmology. A member of AVMA, Dr. Schreiner has been published in Veterinary Dermatology. Dr. Schreiner’s special areas of interest include ophthalmology, internal medicine, dentistry, and integrative medicine.