Mental Health Statistics Vary in Veterinary Profession

There's no question that the mental health and suicide rates are increased for those in the veterinary profession, but the real numbers are up to debate. Jason Sweitzer, RVT, DVM, chief financial officer and board member of Not One More Vet, Inc., talks about why mental health and suicide statistics in the veterinary profession have varied widely.
Published: September 09, 2017


There's no question that the mental health and suicide rates are increased for those in the veterinary profession, but the real numbers are up to debate. Jason Sweitzer, RVT, DVM, chief financial officer and board member of Not One More Vet, Inc., talks about why mental health and suicide statistics in the veterinary profession have varied widely.

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