As states grapple to confront COVID-19, AVMA urges authorities to recognize veterinary practices as essential businesses, and ensure veterinary access to needed medical supplies.
The United States Pharmacopeia (USP), which sets pharmaceutical standards that apply to both human and veterinary medicine, will consider the AVMA’s resolution requesting the development of veterinary-specific standards for drug compounding.
AVMA is committed to provide useful guidance and reliable, factual information to help the veterinary community, veterinary practices, clients and patients through the COVID-19 crisis. Read the email we sent Sunday evening to AVMA members.
We’ve added two new resources to our COVID-19 webpage: FAQs for veterinarians and veterinary clinics, and for pet owners.
Congress and the White House are considering legislative measures to address the economic impacts of COVID-19 on families, individuals, and small businesses.
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The AVMA has taken a leadership role in advocating for the VET MED Act, which would pause student loan repayment and interest accumulation for veterinary borrowers involved in residencies, internships or DVM/Ph.D. programs.
Two federal programs that provide money to combat rural veterinary shortages are accepting applications for new participants.
Member input is central to the AVMA’s work, including the discussions and actions of the AVMA House of Delegates.
Veterinary careers demand resilience, interpersonal communication, team-building, and management skills. Five new webinars available on AVMA Axon will help you build and hone those abilities, while also earning CE credit.