1 hr 2 min

Ep 132: I Let My Mentee Take Over The Podcast, with Cole Upton That Vet Life Podcast

    • Education

In today’s episode of That Vet Life Podcast, host Dr. Moriah McCauley is joined by Cole Upton, a rising third-year vet student, who asks her the burning questions most vet students and new grads want to ask but are often too scared to.
No questions were off-limits in this special QandA episode. Listen in as Dr. Moriah explains the ideal mentor-mentee relationship, how to negotiate contracts, the keys to eliminating impostor syndrome and gaining clinical confidence, and how to thrive overall in the sink-or-swim world of veterinary medicine!


Outline of this episode:
[01:45] Cole shares his backstory and how he and Dr. Moriah first met.
[07:35] “What is your definition of mentorship?”
[11:26] “How do you achieve that balance between hand-holding and giving freedom to your mentee?”
[14:06] “How do you assess your mentee’s strengths, weaknesses, and skill progression?”
[20:36] “Where do you turn when you don’t know the answer to something?”
[23:50] “What do you say to an in-house patient when you don’t know the answer to something?”
[26:05] Ad break - Join our http://www.vetxinternational.com/thrive (Thrive) community.
[28:02] “How do you choose whether to pursue a corporate opportunity or one in a small clinic?”
[32:06] “Who are my referral centers and how do I negotiate my compensation?”
[37:05] “What are your thoughts on non-competes?”
[40:34] “How do I grow my competencies as I progress in my career?”
[47:46] “When did you finally lose your fear of incompetency after graduating?”
[49:16] “What do fresh grads need to know about CE Credits?”
[55:47] “What self-care tips do you have for fresh grads?”
[1:00:12] The episode wraps up.

In today’s episode of That Vet Life Podcast, host Dr. Moriah McCauley is joined by Cole Upton, a rising third-year vet student, who asks her the burning questions most vet students and new grads want to ask but are often too scared to.
No questions were off-limits in this special QandA episode. Listen in as Dr. Moriah explains the ideal mentor-mentee relationship, how to negotiate contracts, the keys to eliminating impostor syndrome and gaining clinical confidence, and how to thrive overall in the sink-or-swim world of veterinary medicine!


Outline of this episode:
[01:45] Cole shares his backstory and how he and Dr. Moriah first met.
[07:35] “What is your definition of mentorship?”
[11:26] “How do you achieve that balance between hand-holding and giving freedom to your mentee?”
[14:06] “How do you assess your mentee’s strengths, weaknesses, and skill progression?”
[20:36] “Where do you turn when you don’t know the answer to something?”
[23:50] “What do you say to an in-house patient when you don’t know the answer to something?”
[26:05] Ad break - Join our http://www.vetxinternational.com/thrive (Thrive) community.
[28:02] “How do you choose whether to pursue a corporate opportunity or one in a small clinic?”
[32:06] “Who are my referral centers and how do I negotiate my compensation?”
[37:05] “What are your thoughts on non-competes?”
[40:34] “How do I grow my competencies as I progress in my career?”
[47:46] “When did you finally lose your fear of incompetency after graduating?”
[49:16] “What do fresh grads need to know about CE Credits?”
[55:47] “What self-care tips do you have for fresh grads?”
[1:00:12] The episode wraps up.

1 hr 2 min

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