‘Dr. Marie Holowaychuk is a veterinary specialist in small animal emergency & critical care medicine and an advocate for wellness in the veterinary profession’
Marie is an enthusiastic speaker, dedicated locum, skilled consultant, and accomplished researcher, as well as a champion for wellness among veterinary care providers. She has been speaking to audiences about small animal emergency and critical care medicine for more than 10 years. Her sessions are engaging and include case examples from her practice experience in hospitals across Canada and the USA.
She graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004 and then did a rotating internship in small animal medicine & surgery at Washington State University. After that, she completed a 3-year residency in small animal emergency & critical care at the renowned North Carolina State University.After becoming board certified in 2008, Dr. Holowaychuk was Assistant Professor of Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care at the Ontario Veterinary College in Guelph, Ontario until returning home to Alberta in 2013. Since then, she has become a certified yoga instructor and avid proponent of wellness in the veterinary profession. Dr. Holowaychuk is passionate about sharing her knowledge and expertise about caring for critically ill small animals. She also promotes well-being and self-care among veterinary professionals by offering veterinary wellness workshops & retreats.
Marie will be lecturing on ‘Wellness in the Veterinary Workplace’, ‘Myths and Misconceptions in Canine Trauma’, ‘The Entitlement Generation: understanding and working with millennials’, ‘Clinical assessment and management of bleeding patients’, ‘How can we thrive (not just survive) in veterinary medicine’.
You can hear Maries lectures at the AVSPNI Small Animal conference in May at the Armagh City Hotel.
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