Tools you can use:
Cyberbullying and social media
Protect your reputation, limit your risk, and discover ways to respond to cyberbullies. AVMA's expanded toolkit for reputation management is now available to the entire profession, supported by an educational grant from Banfield Pet Hospital.
Compounding: How will new rules affect you?
Here’s what you need to know about the FDA’s plans to begin routine inspectional activity for its new rules on compounding from bulk drug substances.
How advocacy protects animal health
AVMA’s relationships in Washington provide critical support for the work veterinary teams do every day to advance animal health. Here are some of the highest-priority issues.
Negotiating and accepting a job
Looking for a primer on production-based pay versus salary or daily rates? Do you know the pluses and minuses of sign-on bonuses or restrictive contract clauses? AVMA’s Veterinary Career Center has you covered. Here's what you need to know.
Client education made easy
Download ready-to-use materials to post in exam rooms, or hand to clients, to educate about topics ranging from pet safety to NSAIDs and vaccination. They’re a free benefit of your AVMA membership.
Explore the Journey for Teams
Every veterinary team member now has a pathway to foster greater diversity, equity, and inclusion in our workplaces. Discover the Journey for Teams—and see why veterinary colleagues are excited about it.
Anti-doping program goes in effect for horse racing
Thoroughbred racing’s first uniform, nationwide anti-doping program launched March 27. The program will involve centralized testing, with harmonization among laboratories so they are testing for the same substances at the same concentrations.
National Dog Bite Prevention Week coming up in April
In Memory – March 30, 2023
CDC issues warning about spread of cat-transmitted sporotrichosis
American Association of Swine Veterinarians – March 4-7, 2023
Theft, vandalism, and break-ins: How veterinary clinics can protect against security breaches
AVMA endorses federal legislation to address illicit xylazine
The bill would equip law enforcement with additional tools to stop illegal xylazine trafficking while protecting veterinarians’ access to this important animal sedative. Its introduction culminates weeks of work by the AVMA and other stakeholders.
Call for programs: Veterinary Leadership Conference 2024
Dog Bite Prevention Week
Biomedical Research Awareness Day
Animal Welfare Assessment Contest
World Veterinary Day
Will you be ready if disaster strikes?
Two CE certificate programs prepare you to help yourself and others. Both are free to AVMA members on AVMA Axon®.