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.
A new working group is looking for ways to improve the diversity, equity, and inclusion language in the AVMA Council on Education’s Standards of Accreditation. Public comment is open through January 22, 2021.
Congress has passed a COVID-19 relief stimulus bill and a comprehensive spending package to fund the government for the remainder of fiscal year 2021.
Whatever the current situation in your area, “COVID-19: Meeting the Challenge” connects you to the information and tools you need to support patients, clients, colleagues, family – and yourself.
Each year, AVMA’s president gives Santa’s team the “all-clear” for international travel after a veterinary inspection of Santa’s herd. Rudolph and friends received their clean bill of health this week after an appointment with AVMA President Dr. Douglas Kratt, and…
AVMA helped secure the federal law, which will improve the health and welfare of military working dogs and promote responsible dog ownership on military bases.