La Revue vétérinaire canadienne est la « voix de la médecine vétérinaire au Canada ». Cette publication mensuelle de nature scientifique générale est révisée par les pairs et présente un vaste éventail d’articles et de chroniques régulières destinés au praticien vétérinaire. La Revue publie des nouvelles et des articles d’intérêt ainsi que des avis de convocation à des réunions prochaines, des renseignements sur les produits et des comptes rendus de livres à l’intention des membres de l’Association canadienne des médecins vétérinaires. 

The vital connection between emotional intelligence and well-being — Part 1: Understanding emotional intelligence and why it matters

High EQ is especially important for those who work in emotionally demanding occupations such as healthcare. In veterinary medicine, this is particularly true in companion animal practice.

Self-care practices and depression, anxiety, and stress scores in veterinary students during a semester

Encouraging certain self-care practices among preclinical veterinary students has the potential to enhance their mental health and should be considered part of a veterinary school curriculum.

Improving help-seeking for mental health among veterinarians and veterinary students (disponible en anglais seulement)

Concerns about the mental well-being of veterinary professionals is increasing amidst research conveying that the mental health of veterinarians and veterinary students is poorer than the comparable general population.

Nature, nurture, and mental health. Part 3: Living your best life (disponible en anglais seulement)

This is the third article of a 3-part series delving into the influence of nature and nurture on mental health.

Nature, nurture, and mental health. Part 2: The influence of life experience (disponible en anglais seulement)

This is the second article of a 3-part series delving into the influence of nature and nurture on mental health.

Nature, nurture, and mental health Part 1: The influence of genetics, psychology, and biology (disponible en anglais seulement)

This is the first article of a 3-part series delving into the influence of nature and nurture on mental health.

L’exercice et l’activité physique peuvent aider à prendre en charge l’anxiété et la dépression

Mental health supports for farmers (disponible en anglais seulement)

Although mental health problems are common in the general population certain groups, including farmers and veterinarians, are at higher risk.

June 2020 Ethical Question of the Month Response from the National Farmed Animal Health and Welfare Council One Welfare Committee

The relationship many veterinarians have with their farming clients often extends beyond supporting solely animal health extending into the concept of One Health, where human, animal and environmental health interact.

Cinq conseils pour mener une vie équilibrée de la méditation à la priorisation – voici comment atteindre un équilibre

Veterinarians and veterinary students are busy, which can lead to feeling off-balance — mentally, physically and/or emotionally. The CVMA looks continually for valuable wellness programs and resources to offer members.