Daily Vet Life Podcast: Veterinarian Wellness

In Episode 22, former AAEP President and University of Florida professor Dr. Margo Macpherson discusses veterinarian wellness.

“One of the things that was ‘taken away’ from me would be access to my gym, where I have a cohort that I enjoy seeing a couple of times a week,” said Macpherson. iStock/Peopleimages

Episode 22 of the Daily Vet Life podcast discusses Veterinarian Wellness with Dr. Margo Macpherson.

· Daily Vet Life is a short podcast for equine and mixed animal veterinarians and their staffs that is focused on personal and business topics of importance during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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In this week’s episodes, from April 27 to May 1, we are talking with Margo Macpherson, DVM, DACT. Macpherson, a former AAEP President, is a professor of large animal clinical sciences at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine and a Diplomate of the American College of Theriogenologists.

This week’s topics focus on:

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