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  • With all the demands put on your time, it's easy to forget to take care of yourself. Discover how to recharge and refocus while also getting tips on how to manage work-life balance by reading "Well-Being for Veterinary Medicine Professionals."
  • As an ACVIM Diplomate, you're part of a group of dedicated veterinary specialists who seek the best in continuing education.
  • The ACVIM continues to be a thought leader in continuing education, providing a variety of stimulating professional growth opportunities for our members and others within the profession.
  • The ACVIM seeks to enhance animal and human health by advancing veterinary internal medicine through Board-certification.
  • Veterinary students can join an ACVIM student chapter to learn more about an exciting career as a Board-certified specialist in veterinary internal medicine.
  • The ACVIM is excited to bring you specialist-level programming in an optimized virtual environment June 9-12, 2021.
  • In this podcast, Tony Lingham of Antioch University shares his methodology and an assessment tool for improving individual and team engagement and motivation.
  • Studying is helpful when it comes to preparing for more than just exams. It’s a necessity if you want to do well in job interviews.
  • You've got two minutes. Your cover letter has to hook the reader in the first sentence. After that, it needs a fast-paced and exciting narrative to pull the interviewer in.
  • The psychological effects of the “Sunday night blues” can translate into lackluster behavior and a less-than-thrilled attitude in the workplace
  • We spend most of our time at work. So, how can we make our work lives better with regards to our relationships, creativity, life transitions, and the unpredictable ebb and flow of the organization as a whole?
  • Use these tactics to build a more equitable culture in your classrooms, workplaces, homes and beyond.
  • In this podcast conversation, Jennifer Buchanan sheds light on wellness in modern organizations.
  • This presentation examines what research in psychology tells us about how adverse events- such as a global pandemic - can lead to some positive outcomes.
  • Do you find yourself saying “yes” to every request at work because you feel like you can’t say “no”? Despite being only two letters, it’s surprisingly hard to say
  • Stress and mental health are complex issues that affect both the internal and external workings of an organization. Leah Allison discusses mental health in the work environment, offering ways to better address the issue.