Continuing education (CE)
Continuing education is critical for the whole veterinary team. AVMA CE offerings include both digital and in-person learning.
Continuing education program.
Veterinary education continues expanding
Increasing student enrollment at veterinary colleges looks to continue in the near future.
Veterinary educational debt continues to rise
Bridgette Bain, PhD, associate director of analytics at the AVMA spoke during the virtual AVMA Economic Summit. She said the way student debt is…
Preparations continue for education consortium
The North American Veterinary Medical Education Consortium has seen further progress with the announcement of more leadership appointments and hires.
Work continues to improve veterinary education worldwide
A well-educated veterinary workforce is key in providing scientifically sound risk assessments, credible reporting of diseases, and effective delivery…
Continuing education: Gonadectomy in dogs and cats
Online veterinary CE credit: The science of gonadectomy affects theriogenology, shelter and internal medicine, behavior, surgery, oncology, private…
Western deepens commitment as continuing education provider
Even with the launch of programs that offer year-round CE opportunities, including the Speaker Enhancement Program, Veterinary Technician Symposium,…
Discussions continue on assessment of veterinary education equivalence
The AAVSB and the AVMA are pleased to report on continued discussions regarding the certification of foreign-educated veterinarians
AVMA continues to support global education grant program
The AVMA will for the second time support the Global Initiatives in Veterinary Education program of the Association of
World Veterinary Day promotes continuing education in one health
On April 30, World Veterinary Day 2016 will promote continuing education for veterinarians in one health.
Task force to develop vision for AVMA continuing education
A new task force will develop a vision for the AVMA’s future offerings in continuing education and assess the AVMA Annual Convention.
Public health and regulatory veterinary medicine continuing education
State and local associations, colleges, and departments of veterinary science should include in CE programs a representative offering of subjects on…
Discussions may continue between AVMA, AAVSB on educational equivalence tests
The AVMA Executive Board approved developing a joint recommendation for continued discussions
COE strategic planning 2023—Provide input
The AVMA Council on Education is seeking input as it formulates a five-year strategic plan. Feedback is due July 31, 2023, and can be provided by…
In Memory – May 25, 2023
Veterinarian obituaries in the “In Memory” section of the Journal of the AVMA, May 25, 2023.
Access-to-care conversations continue
Challenges around access to care impact many areas of a community but open communication about incremental care and financial challenges with clients…
Chinese, U.S. veterinarians continue collaboration
The Chinese VMA and China Animal Disease Control Center hosted the third annual Chinese Veterinary Conference, Oct. 28-30 in Suzhou.
AVMF continues to strengthen impact
For the second year in a row, the American Veterinary Medical Foundation has seen a jump in donations, and it also increased the the money it awards…
AVMA, Mexican meetings continue
Meetings between AVMA and Mexican veterinary leaders that began last year will continue next year
Prevalence of diabetes continues to grow
The AVMA Group Health and Life Insurance Trust is feeling the financial impact of diabetes
AVMA continues to accept nominations to entities
Nominations continue to be invited for vacancies on AVMA entities and liaison positions.
Momentum continues for AVMA activities
Summits on educational debt and wellness, recommendations from a task force on drug compounding, and economic reports on topics such as pet insurance…
Probationary accreditation continues for Tuskegee
Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine’s probationary accreditation status was extended by the AVMA Council on Education
Q&A: Goldman wants to help veterinarians rediscover their passion for the profession
Dr. Arnold Golman is one of three candidates running for 2023-24 AVMA president-elect. The AVMA House of Delegates (HOD) will decide who will fill the…