Higher Degree by Research Candidate
School of Animal and Veterinary Science
Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology
Small Animal Veterinarian and PhD Candidate
Clinical interests: ECC, Animal Welfare and Small Animal Medicine
Research interests: Veterinary wellbeing and mental health. Job Satisfaction and Moral Stress in Veterinarians
Date Position Institution name 2017 - ongoing Small Animal Veterinarian Animal Emergency Center
Language Competency Spanish - Latin American Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review
Date Institution name Country Title 2006 - 2011 The University of Queensland Australia BSc
Year Citation 2021 Arbe Montoya, A. I., Hazel, S. J., Matthew, S. M., & McArthur, M. L. (2021). Why do veterinarians leave clinical practice? A qualitative study using thematic analysis. Veterinary Record, 188(1), 49-58.
DOI Scopus4 WoS4 Europe PMC1
2021 Arbe Montoya, A., Hazel, S., Hebart, M. L., & McArthur, M. L. (2021). Risk factors associated with veterinary attrition from clinical practice: a descriptive study. Australian Veterinary Journal, 99(11), 495-501.
2019 Arbe Montoya, A. I., Hazel, S., Matthew, S. M., & McArthur, M. L. (2019). Moral distress in veterinarians. Veterinary Record, 185(20), 631-1-631-7.
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2017 Arbe Montoya, A., Rand, J., Greer, R., Alberthsen, C., & Vankan, D. (2017). Relationship between sources of pet acquisition and euthanasia of cats and dogs in an animal shelter: a pilot study. Australian Veterinary Journal, 95(6), 194-200.
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