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with a human asymptomatic bacteriuria E. coli strain is considered as possible treatment option (13).
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N. Endenburg1, M. Soberano1, V. Lim1
1Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Aims of workshop
· Exploring the scope of veterinary wellbeing at the present moment
· Situation of professional welfare in different regions of the world (North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia)
  · Creating a conversation about mental wellbeing
· Tips and tricks how to identify chronic stress, burn-
out and what to do about it
· Tips and tricks how to communicate problematic situ- ations with colleagues and what to do about it (Social networks & at work)
· Toolkits
Format of workshop
3 brief presentations from each of us then ask for
audience participation?
· Ie. the main things they struggle with and we can discuss these topics, and give
· Practical tips what to do Workshop Technique Warm- up (5 minutes)
Nienke posts a brief assignment that may be done independently. This may be a brief reading, writing, editing, or problem solving activity to ready them for learning.
Mini-Lesson (10-15 minutes)
Nienke, Vicki & Martin provide whole class direct and explicit instruction in one of the following ways: conduct a shared reading demonstrating a reading strategy
read and think aloud for a specific purpose teach a key concept demonstrate a writing strategy direct assistants in a hands-activity Nienke, Vicki & Martin outline the work to be done including the expectations as to how to apply the content learned in the minilesson to the work the expectation of completed work

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