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Finding Meaning in Veterinary Medicine
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Our next meeting will focus on stories and experiences of community in medicine as it resonates with you personally or in your practice.

7/13/2015
When: 7/13/2015
7:00 PM
Where: Veterinary Cancer and Surgery Specialists
10400 SE Main St
Milwaukie, Oregon  97211
United States
Presenter: Dr. Kim Freeman and Dr. Nya Gilmartin

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Our next meeting will focus on stories and experiences of community in medicine as it resonates with you personally or in your practice.

 

 

Light snacks and refreshments will be provided

 

Please RSVP by Sunday 7/12/15: yuphorbia@gmail.com or Kim Freeman at drfreeman@vcsspdx.com

 

About Meaning in Medicine:

 

Compassion fatigue has become a big topic of concern in medicine. As health care workers, we constantly face the stresses of patient care, client care, staff care, and self care. All of these issues can take a toll on our sense of self and well being. However, there are ways to balance these stressors in our lives. One way is to find support within our own medical community. I believe that we can help each other by sharing our stories. There is a model called “Finding Meaning in Medicine,” founded by Dr. Rachel Remen through the Institute for the Study of Health & Illness that has demonstrated the benefits of story telling and discussion groups that enables participants to become resources for one another. This type of group can enable participants to develop a personal sense of service; support and validate that what we do is meaningful, which can strengthen our commitment to our work; validate that what we do has value to our clients and patients; strengthen our sense of calling and community within medicine; and find greater meaning through the stories of our clients and patients through the human animal bond.  

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