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Running on Empty: Compassion Fatigue and Burnout

  • Monday, May 11, 2020
  • 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Zoom


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Elanco is proud to sponsor the REVTA meeting for May providing continuing education to our valued hard working Technicians & Practice Managers. Please see the details below and join for a comprehensive talk directly relating to your current working environment.

May 11th, 2020 6:30pm


Running on Empty: Traditionally in veterinary medicine, it has been a badge of honor to work yourself into the ground. Any feelings of burnout or stress were to be suppressed in the name of the work.

This talk will explore the physiologic effects of burnout and compassion fatigue. Further, we will talk about resiliency skills to employ in an effort to remain healthy in the face of work-place stressors.

*Please be prepared with a pen and blank piece of paper for the meeting*


Anonda Laua’e Haskin, DVM, APTD, CCFP

Senior Regional Consulting Veterinarian, Elanco

Dr. Haskin received her undergraduate degree in Genetics from UC Davis and her DVM from Colorado State University. After 7 years of small animal clinical practice, her interest in education took her to field based technical services at Pfizer Animal Health (Zoetis). Five years later Dr. Haskin joined Elanco as the Regional Consulting Veterinarian for Northern California, Northern Nevada, and Hawaii. Dr. Haskin supports local veterinary hospitals through product based medical consultations, continuing education seminars, veterinary hospital staff training and veterinary conference support. Areas of interest include parasitology, dermatology, immunology, pain management, preventative healthcare and compassion fatigue. Dr. Haskin’s goal is to provide veterinary professionals with the information necessary to practice the highest quality medicine. She is originally from Maui, Hawaii and enjoys water sports and hiking in her free time. When she is not on the road she loves cuddling up with her two rescued felines, Kate and Ike.

We look forward to supporting you!

Thanks so much,

Becky Thurber Kuhlman



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