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The Brave Space Certificate Program on AVMA Axon empowers all veterinary professionals to turn our workplaces into safe, healthy, inclusive environments where individual differences aren’t just tolerated, but valued.
An interactive data dashboard and practice-focused newsletter give veterinary practitioners access to expert business advice and detailed benchmarking data. Together, they empower veterinary practices of all sizes to make informed business decisions and stay competitive.
Mark your calendars for Tuesday, February 23, 2021, for a live virtual chat with AVMA President Dr. Douglas Kratt and the co-chairs of the new Commission for a Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive Veterinary Profession.
The accomplishments of veterinary professionals span a diverse range of disciplines. Help honor the impact and importance of the achievements all across our profession by nominating someone for an AVMA Excellence Award before the February 17 deadline!
The AVMA Council on Education is seeking public comment through February 26, 2021, on proposed changes to the accreditation standards governing outcomes assessment and research programs at veterinary medical colleges.
A new best-of-breed resource gives veterinary practices a step-by-step guide to implement and expand telehealth services. Introducing: AVMA Guidelines for the Use of Telehealth in Veterinary Practice.
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.