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March 15, 2007

 

 Complete AVMA Membership Directory available online

Posted March 1, 2007
 

Need to look up a colleague or classmate? Check out the new online version of the AVMA Membership Directory & Resource Manual, now available at www.avma.org/myavma. Once logged in, AVMA members may search the directory through a wide variety of search criteria.

While searching the online directory, members are encouraged to update their own profile by retrieving their record and then clicking on "Need to update your record? Here's how" at the top of the screen. Whether it's a new home, business, or e-mail address or a change in professional information, journal selection, or directory publishing preferences, the AVMA needs current information to provide members with the best possible service.

For questions related to the online directory, e-mail the AVMA Membership and Field Services Division at memberrecords@avma.org or call (800) 248-2862, Ext. 6694.