5 TED talks all veterinary students need to watch

Studying to become a veterinary professional? Here are five insightful TED talks that you don’t want to miss!

1.The World Needs All Kinds of Minds by Temple Grandin

Renowned animal scientist and autism advocate discusses the unique ways in which different minds think and process information. Her insights into autism and animal behaviour can help veterinary students better understand animal perspectives and communication.

2.What Veterinarians Know That Physicians Don’t by Barbara Natterson-Horowitz

Dr. Natterson-Horowitz discusses the overlap between human and animal medicine, highlighting what veterinarians can teach medical professionals about health and disease.

3.The happy secret to better work by Shawn Achor 

An exploration into the relationship between happiness and productivity in the workplace. Achor, a positive psychology researcher, discusses the plethora of benefits around being happy – as well as how it can help with brain function and productivity. 

4. Your body language may shape who you are by Amy Cuddy 

This TED talk delves into the power of non-verbal communication and body language in customer-facing sectors such as veterinary medicine. 

5. The Surprising Science of Happiness by Dan Gilbert 

While not directly related to veterinary medicine, this talk delves into the science of happiness and well-being, offering valuable insights for managing the emotional demands of a veterinary career.

We hope you enjoyed learning more about everything from animal communication to human happiness! 

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