CPR for the Veterinary Soul
Presented by Dr. Carrie Jurney
Registration is CLOSED
Capers Eat and Drink Restaurant
1710 W Campbell Ave
Doors open at 6:30 PM
Sponsored by BI
Hosted by the Santa Clara Valley Veterinary Medical Association
February 9, 2022
Dinner served at 7 PM
CPR for the Veterinary Soul (1.5 CE Hrs):
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
We are seeing disturbing trends related to compassion fatigue, burnout, ethics exhaustion, decreased career satisfaction, and suicide in the industry. Learn why this is and what can we do about it.
Dinner presentation at no charge for SCVVMA members courtesy of Boehringer Ingelheim (BI)
Fee for non SCVVMA members = $55 per attendee
About The Speaker
Carrie Jurney, DVM, DACVIM (Neuro)
As one of the founding board members and current president of Not One More Vet (NOMV), Dr. Carrie Jurney has sought extensive continuing education in crisis counseling and suicide prevention.
She brings this knowledge and her experience doing peer-to-peer interventions to her lectures. Dr. Jurney is a former President of the San Francisco Veterinary Medical Association and is the recipient of the 2021 CVMA Meritorious Service Award in recognition of her significant contributions to organized veterinary medicine. She was featured in a 2019 NPR article about veterinary mental health that brought attention to our profession on a national level.
In additional to being an advocate for all veterinarians, Dr. Jurney is a veterinary neurologist and practice owner of Jurney Veterinary Neurology in the Bay Area.
Doors open, social time
Plated Dinner service starts
SCVVMA Association meeting and 2022 budget presentation: Agenda
Dr. Jurney presents CPR for the Veterinary Soul
CE certificates (1.5 hours CE credit) available at the conclusion of the evening