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January 01, 2003

 

 Educational brochures available on AVMA Web site

Posted Dec. 15, 2002
 

The AVMA has developed a new area on its Web site, https://ebusiness.avma.org/ProductCatalog/ProductCategory.aspx?ID=136, which allows members to view educational brochures in dual formats. One format allows easy on-screen reading, and the other allows viewing of each brochure as it appears in print. From the site, individuals can also link to order forms that can be printed and faxed to the AVMA.

Currently, the site's brochures include "Today's Veterinarian," "What you should know about Vaccination," "What you should know about West Nile virus," and the newly updated "A career in Veterinary Technology." Additional titles will be added on an ongoing basis.

For information about ordering the brochures, contact the AVMA at (800) 248-2862, Ext. 6667.