Monthly Archive: August 2020
The AVMA has created a new webpage and downloadable client handout to help you share information about this disease, which infects only lagomorphs, including rabbits and hares.
Meet the veterinarians, animal health professionals, and animal lovers who have been named as recipients of this year’s AVMA Excellence in Veterinary Medicine Awards.
AVMA’s work to help members and the veterinary profession confront the COVID-19 pandemic has been rewarded with one of the association industry’s highest awards.
Registration is open now for the October 26-28 summit, which will move online and include expanded emphasis on CE to support practice success.
A new report on antimicrobial-resistant pathogens and their impact on animal health is now available for AVMA members to download.
The American Veterinary Medical Foundation has partnered with VCA Animal Hospitals to provide COVID-19 grants for veterinarians and to renew funding for similar grants to veterinary technicians, veterinary nurses, and assistants.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), will deliver a special video briefing about COVID-19 and the impact of animal health on human health to attendees on the final day of AVMA Virtual…
A comprehensive new report on cannabis in veterinary medicine provides a base of scientific and regulatory knowledge for veterinary practitioners from leading veterinary experts.
Have you ever considered a career in veterinary industry? A new on-demand webinar on AVMA Axon explores career opportunities in this field.
AVMA’s new president, Dr. Doug Kratt, used Legos as a metaphor for our profession: They are versatile, integrate well with Legos of different shapes, colors, and sizes, and together build great things.