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The AVMA is the first veterinary organization in the nation to join the National Academy of Medicine in pledging to reduce burnout and promote wellbeing among clinicians
Three accomplished veterinary and animal science professionals have been chosen to receive AVMA Excellence Awards for their support of the human-animal bond or accomplishments in animal welfare.
Several important updates have been announced to the new small-business loan program, including notices addressing income tax requirements and conditions for accepting the loans.
How is the spread of COVID-19 affecting veterinary practices across the country, and what can we do as veterinary professionals to mitigate its impact? This month’s chart helps shed light on these questions.
After much discussion and careful deliberation, we’ve made the difficult decision to cancel AVMA Convention 2020. With so much uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, we believe this is the only way to protect all convention attendees, vendors, speakers, and exhibitors.
A new free COVID-19 webinar provides guidance on testing animal patients for SARS-CoV-2. Other new webinars cover student loans and HR guidance related to the pandemic.
Legislation has passed providing additional funding for COVID-19 small business loans, but we anticipate the funds will be quickly depleted. Veterinary borrowers should complete applications as soon as possible.
As part of AVMA’s commitment to support the veterinary community through the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve made the AVMA Pet Ownership and Demographics Sourcebook free for all veterinary professionals to download.
The Senate has approved a COVID-19 funding package to replenish small business loans, and House action is expected as early as Thursday. Veterinary borrowers should continue to prepare applications for these programs.
Your national association is working around the clock to develop guidance, resources, and information to support the veterinary community in these unprecedented times.