Monthly Archive: September 2020
The new resource offers critical support to help veterinary team members and workplaces recover after a suicide.
More than 100 Capitol Hill lawmakers and staff attended an AVMA-hosted educational briefing on a new biosafety facility that will study important zoonotic diseases affecting large livestock.
The AVMA Council on Education is seeking public input on whether to implement a new policy on “emergency conditions,” based on its existing COVID-19 policy.
The AVMA is delighted to offer a retirement plan for AVMA members as another valuable member benefit. The new AVMA Trust Retirement Plan will be available to practice owners and self-employed veterinarians beginning October 1.
A new interim guide issued by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests that veterinary team members may have access to an eventual COVID-19 vaccine in one of the early stages of distribution.
The AVMA Telecast will connect app users to valuable professional and personal resources. It’s a new way to access the benefits of AVMA membership – wherever and whenever you need them.
Wildfires are raging across the western United States, and hurricanes continue to threaten the Gulf Coast and southern states. The AVMF is responding with financial aid to the affected areas.
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.