No time for buck-passing as we address vet suicide

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Student vets could be screened due to shockingly high suicide rates student vets could be screened before they start courses in a move to curb a shocking suicide rate in the profession.

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Not One More Vet: veterinary peers discuss suicide, offer. – Not One More Vet: Veterinary peers discuss suicide, offer safe place for dialogue. she asked me if I was a member of Not One More Vet. No, I said. I had never heard of it.. (I didn’t even consider myself a veterinarian at that point in time), but we had an amazing dialogue that.

“I want to make our state stand out to bring our suicide rate to zero.”Kim Donohue, Nevada Department of Veteran Services”We can listen. don’t find any time to see a doctor or they don’t have a.

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The number of male veterans under the age of 30 who commit suicide jumped by 44 percent between 2009 and 2011, the most recent year for which data was available, according to numbers released.

Vet Centers first opened in 1979 (Indianapolis in 1980) providing services to Vietnam era veterans. begun as "storefront" community-based counseling centers, Congress initially intended this program to operate for two years. Due to overwhelming success, the program was extended and continues to expand.

An ER vet sees a new face every single time they walk into an exam room and have no idea if the pet they are about to see is part of the family and sleeps with the family’s kid or just a dog that lives outside and has some dog food thrown to it occasionally.

Veterinary Interns Speak Out Against Exploitation – No such time caps exist for veterinary interns. From that group, 13 percent had considered suicide since graduating. “That’s striking because we’re only talking within the last three to four years,

The Suicide Contagion: How The Effort To Combat Veterans. – We’d realize that the issues that drove him to suicide were his and his alone. We’d turn back to our own challenges and face them as individuals rather than members of a unit that no longer.