The AVMA veterinary economics team, various allied groups, educational leaders and industry leaders come together to present the current data and research regarding issues impacting the financial health of the veterinary profession and its markets. Presentations cover a wide range of topics such as student debt, practice finance, consumer preference, product markets, and provide insight into what the future of the profession might look like based on current research.
How to Prepare for a Recession:
There's no better time to prepare for a recession than when the economy is good. Dr. Michael Dicks, director of veterinary economics for the American Veterinary Medical Association, explained why to the veterinarians, business owners and other attendees of the AVMA’s Annual Economic Summit meeting in 2015.
Availability of Scholarship Funds for DVM Student:
Lisa Greenhill, of the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges, provides information at the 2015 American Veterinary Medical Association Economic Summit regarding the availability of scholarship money for veterinary students, including the amount of aid provided by vet schools, how many students receive institutional help, and how much they get.
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