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Valuable mentorship in a public service career
As an undergraduate student at McGill University in the late 1960s Barry was assigned a faculty advisor, an eminent psychologist, Professor Donald Hebb. At the time Barry wondered if he should have a plan like peers who were preparing for careers in medicine or law while he was simply choosing courses that interested him like zoology, ecology, psychology, and animal behavior. When he eventually approached his advisor with this question Barry was asked, “How old are you son?” When told he was 20 Professor Hebb said something that guided Barry for many years: “Far too young to specialize — you should continue to play the field.” So, Barry continued doing what interested him and seemed important — and does so to this day.  Click here to read the full article...
Barry Stemshorn
How Tapping Into His Creative Side Led One Veterinarian to Greener Pastures
You may not have visited Dr. Cody Creelman in his practice, but you may have seen one of his YouTube videos, worn some swag from his clothing line “Palpation Nation,” or read one of his blogs. One thing is certain, Dr. Cody Creelman is constantly looking for ways to expand his empire and connect with others. Click here to read the article...
Natalie Morrissey
More than just a doctor: Working with your team Stephanie Surveyer 
Passionate Canadian Veterinary Medical Association life member shares valuable wisdom Alexandra Schlesiger
Stay positive and set boundaries Alexandra Schlesiger
Dr. Michelle Oakley shares poignant lessons Alexandra Schlesiger
Strategies for fostering resilience as veterinary care providers Marie K. Holowaychuk
Establishing self-confidence through learned knowledge Sara Watt
Becoming a vet; What may be in your first year Dr. Brianne Cantafio
Recognize value Dr. Marc Philippot
The path to success Dr. Heather Gunn-McQuillan
Catheters, calving, and conundrums: Field notes of a first year veterinarian Adrienne Johnston
A perspective from 10 years of practice Ali Reid
Lessons for the first year in “practice” Kathryn Welsman
New grad chronicles: Clinical practice is not mandatory Heather Fenton, DVM, MVSc, DACVP
Boundaries, perspective, and confidence Ingrid Okonkwo
What Can't Be Taught Koharik Arman
What Can't Be Taught Dan Cartwright