On World Rabies Day, September 28, join AVMA Axon and the AVMA Trust for a live webinar outlining how to ensure your veterinary practice is legally protected in the event of a rabies exposure.
Get a preview of the timely topics and high-caliber speakers you’ll experience at AVMA’s 2020 Economic Summit, taking place online October 26-28. Discover the latest economic issues, opportunities, and trends impacting veterinary medicine.
The annual AVMA Animal Welfare Assessment Contest is moving online this year. That’s good news for AVMA members interested in earning CE credits in animal welfare.
Knowing the facts about suicide can help save a life. Throughout September, the AVMA recognizes Suicide Prevention Awareness Month to help inform veterinary teams about suicide prevention and the warning signs of suicide. As a community, we can both support…
Disasters can occur anywhere and at any time. You can minimize their effects and repercussions by being prepared. AVMA resources lay out critical steps you can take to prepare your veterinary practice for an emergency or disaster before one occurs.
This year’s report highlights some of the Association’s key achievements in implementing our strategic goals, and provides a glimpse into how the AVMA works every day to support members and enhance veterinary medicine.
The AVMA has created a new webpage and downloadable client handout to help you share information about this disease, which infects only lagomorphs, including rabbits and hares.
Meet the veterinarians, animal health professionals, and animal lovers who have been named as recipients of this year’s AVMA Excellence in Veterinary Medicine Awards.
AVMA’s work to help members and the veterinary profession confront the COVID-19 pandemic has been rewarded with one of the association industry’s highest awards.
Registration is open now for the October 26-28 summit, which will move online and include expanded emphasis on CE to support practice success.