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New Research On Veterinary Suicide Rate Will Help Profession

Responding to a new paper in this week’s Veterinary Record by D J Bartram and D S Baldwin, which finds that veterinary surgeons are four times as likely as the general public, and around twice as likely as other healthcare professionals, to die by suicide as opposed to other causes, Professor Bill Reilly, President of the British Veterinary Association, said:

Source: DogMagazine.net – the K9 Magazine blog

New Research On Veterinary Suicide Rate Will Help Profession

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