WORKING in veterinary practice can be emotionally stressful. It may be that experienced veterinary surgeons outwardly appear to be less affected by situations that they have dealt with many times in their careers, but new graduates may find it hard to cope with the emotional pressures that general practice exerts. In this article, Christine Stobbs explores ways to help new - and experienced - vets cope with the emotions that veterinary practice generates.
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