10 Tips On Becoming a Recovering Perfectionist

Sunday, May 13, 2018
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Perfectionism, or high-achievement syndrome, is a common trait of those that enter into the medical field and this includes the veterinary industry. This is a great personality trait to drive individuals through their training, however it is often not so great in providing them with a sustainable fulfilling career in veterinary medicine.  The 10 tips on how to become a recovering perfectionist literally saved the speakers life and she wants to share them with the profession.

Program Track:  Practice Management

CE Credits:  2

Available To:  All Attendees

Fee:  $0.00

Speaker(s)

Kimberly Pope-Robinson DVM, CCFP

Dr. Pope has been in veterinary medicine for over 20 years, practicing both in large and small animal medicine.  She was a multi-unit manager for a large corporate practice and worked in the pharmaceutical sector with specialists and universities. Her career has provided her a unique understanding of the stresses involved with maintaining a career in this industry, and she now dedicates her time to providing well-being support to the profession.