Veterinary Pulse Podcast with Dr. Moriah McCauley
Veterinary Pulse is the heartbeat of the veterinary profession. Join us as we talk with veterinary colleagues about critical topics, and share stories. Stories that connect us… as humans, as animals, as a veterinary community.
Join Dr. Matt Holland as he chats with Dr. Moriah McCauley about her path to veterinary medicine, and why her curiosity led her to start a podcast while in veterinary school in Scotland. Moriah shares what she has learned from the podcast thus far and why being flexible and giving herself grace has helped her not only in her podcast, but as a practicing veterinarian.
Dr. Moriah McCauley
Dr. McCauley is a practicing small animal veterinarian who has always been deeply passionate about caring for those around her. Through her veterinary studies in Scotland, she was given opportunities to learn from incredible veterinarians around her. Seeing the immense value in their stories she sought a way to share these opportunities with her colleagues, thus the podcast was created. As Dr. McCauley transitioned from student to doctor she began to focus on the role these stories have in veterinary medicine and how storytelling can improve outcomes for clients and patients. Each episode takes its listeners around the world to hear from inspiring veterinarians as they faced exciting and challenging situations in their jobs and teaches veterinary students and veterinarians how to become confident and engaging storytellers.
LINKS AND INFORMATION:
- That Vet Life podcast
- The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Medicine
- Student Association of Veterinary Medicine (SAVMA)
- I Want to be a Veterinarian
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