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Powered by you: Chat about telehealth with your AVMA president
Join AVMA President Dr. Douglas Kratt for a live chat on March 30 to explore together how we can continue integrating technology in our practices beyond COVID-19. Reserve your seat

Renew your membership for 2021

AVMA membership supports your day-to-day life as a veterinarian with exclusive benefits that enhance your success at every career stage.

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Telehealth: A step-by-step guide

The new AVMA Guidelines for the Use of Telehealth in Veterinary Practice are a practical, hands-on reference for successful implementation and expansion of connected care.

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New CE certificate: Build a more inclusive workplace

Free for AVMA members, the Brave Space Certificate Program supports everyone on the veterinary team with tools to turn workplaces into safe, welcoming environments.

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AVMA Direct Connect simplifies and optimizes your purchasing. This free AVMA member service consolidates all your favorite vendors in one spot. Take advantage of these AVMA-exclusive features:

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Powered by you: Tell your colleagues what’s trending

Do you have an idea for a compelling topic your colleagues would like to learn about? Submit a proposal for a trending topic CE session at AVMA Convention 2021. Proposals are due February 28, 2021.

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Stay competitive: Business planning template

Ready to start the year with a renewed focus on your business? Download this easy template to write your first business plan – or build out your existing one.

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22 tips from the ER

Get practical, time-tested, and largely non-technical tips from the emergency room trenches. You’ll be able to put this learning to use immediately, whether you work in an ER or general practice.

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