Monthly Archive: January 2021
Applications are due April 16, 2021, for a federal grant program that provides funds to support rural veterinary services and relieve veterinarian shortage situations across the United States.
Explore new data on how veterinary practices have been affected by and responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Do you have an idea for a trending topic your colleagues would like to learn about? Submit proposals to the AVMA Convention team by February 28, 2021.
Millennials are about to surpass Generation X as the leading age group in the U.S. veterinary workforce. Learn what this generational shift might mean for veterinary practices and the profession.
A new suite of AVMA resources helps veterinary teams prepare for and participate in the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines.
The 2021 Veterinary Leadership Conference drew more than 600 attendees for CE sessions, AVMA governance meetings, and networking. Here’s what happened.
The spending package approved to fund the federal government through the remainder of fiscal year (FY) 2021 provides major wins for veterinarians.
The AVMA CVTEA is considering changes to three educational standards and accepting public comment through March 1.
Looking for new ways to connect with colleagues? Kick off your year with a live online chat this week with you AVMA president, Dr. Douglas Dr. Kratt.