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.
The AVMA House of Delegates’ first-ever virtual meeting went off without a hitch and addressed some of veterinary medicine’s most pressing issues.
How you describe job openings when you’re looking to hire new people can have a powerful impact on the kind of applicants you attract. A new resource from the AVMA Veterinary Career Center (VCC) helps you write job listings that…
AVMA’s first-ever symposium on veterinary cannabis will provide a 360-degree perspective, presented directly by key leaders in research, practice and toxicology, and regulatory matters.
The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a series of bills that include key funding victories for veterinary medicine.
Veterinarians and veterinary teams have been performing essential work throughout the pandemic, nimbly adapting procedures and adopting new processes. As some practices begin moving to expand operations, AVMA’s COVID-19 resource center has a new tool to help you stay competitive…
SBA data show that stimulus loans provided through the federal Paycheck Protection Program have played a key role in supporting veterinary care and keeping practices open during COVID-19.
It’s been quite a year on all fronts. While much of our recent time and effort has focused on COVID-19, we’ve accomplished a great deal together on other issues as well. Dr. John Howe looks back on the year with…
Congress has unanimously approved to extend the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) application deadline to August 8, 2020.
Registration is now open for the first ever AVMA Virtual Convention August 20-22, 2020. Join colleagues from across the profession for three days of inspiration, education, and engaging conversations. Register today!