COVID-19: New resources support your practice

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Veterinarians in all areas of practice continue to adapt our work and lives in the face of COVID-19.  The AVMA remains committed to supporting our member veterinarians and the veterinary community through this pandemic, and we’re adding constantly to our online guidance and tools.

New resources now available at avma.org/Coronavirus include more tools for communicating with clients, guidance for equine practitioners, and an overview of the international effects of COVID-19 on veterinary medicine:

Free webinar: Temporary sheltering of animals

If temporary sheltering becomes necessary for animals coming from the home of a person with COVID-19, shelters should take safety precautions. Learn about recommended precautions in a new free webinar on AVMA Axon, Interim recommendations for temporary sheltering. The webinar outlines the interim recommendations developed collaboratively by the AVMA, the University of Wisconsin-Madison Shelter Medicine Program, the Association of Shelter Veterinarians, University of California-Davis Koret Shelter Medicine Program, University of Florida Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program, and the CDC’s COVID-19 One Health Team. It’s the latest in an ongoing series of free COVID-19 webinars on AVMA Axon.
 

Coming soon

We’re continuing to develop new resources to help veterinarians and veterinary teams navigate the pandemic. Here are some of the new tools we’re working on:

  • Triage guidance
  • General client handout: COVID-19 and animals
  • Business and economic guidance

You’ll find these and other updates at avma.org/Coronavirus. You can subscribe to this blog and follow AVMA’s social media pages to stay informed.

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