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SAVMA steps up diversity outreach
An ad hoc cultural outreach officer position has been created on the Student AVMA Executive Board to advance diversity and inclusion
Continuing Education: Diversity and Inclusion
Continuing education for veterinarians interested in diversity and inclusion in veterinary medicine.
AVMA Initiatives for Diversity and Inclusion
What is the AVMA doing to ensure that the veterinary profession mirrors the growing diversity of the communities it serves?
The Business Case for Diversity
For veterinarians, diversity and inclusion efforts can increase your business’ productivity and profit.
AVMA expands diversity policy
The AVMA Executive Board has expanded the policy describing the Association’s commitment to diversity.
AVMA expresses commitment to diversity
The AVMA has adopted the following policy on diversity: The AVMA is committed to diversity in all aspects of the profession
Inclusion is catalyst for diversity
The 7th Annual Veterinary Diversity Symposium, held during the AVMA Annual Convention in St. Louis, focused on the importance of inclusion.
AVMA diversity report available
posted September 15, 2008 To obtain an electronic copy of "Unity Through Diversity," the 2006 report…
The advantages of practicing diversity
July 17 at the AVMA Annual Convention in Honolulu was a great, great day for the diversity initiative in the words of Dr. Evan M. Morse
Putting diversity into practice
Over 40 years ago two veterinarians, one black and one white, came together in veterinary practice
Multicultural VMA to launch, seeks to promote diversity
MCVMA hopes its efforts will bring awareness to underrepresented groups that veterinary medicine is a career option.
Nondiscrimination language added to diversity policy
The AVMA Board of Directors agreed April 7 to update the “AVMA Policy on Diversity and Inclusion” to add nondiscrimination language
Diversity, inclusion added to accreditation standards
The AVMA Council on Education approved revisions to six of its 11 Standards of Accreditation during its spring meeting
Attention given to disabilities at diversity summit
The Midwest and Southeast biannual summits on diversity were held this past spring at Michigan State University College of Veterinary
AVMA’s global, diversity activities could expand
Nearly four years ago, the AVMA created a position to coordinate the Association’s foreign affairs and promote diversity
AVMA reiterates its stand on diversity and inclusion
As the national professional association for veterinarians in the United States, the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) represents and…
Certificate programs promote diversity in veterinary medicine
Purdue University began offering programs in diversity and inclusion through the Center of Excellence for Diversity and Inclusion in Veterinary…
Recommended Reading: Diversity and Inclusion in Veterinary Medicine
Recommended reading for veterinarians and veterinary students interested in diversity and inclusion in veterinary medicine.
In the News: Diversity and Inclusion in Veterinary Medicine
News articles and coverage for veterinarians and veterinary students interested in diversity and inclusion in veterinary medicine.
Online Opportunities and Resources: Diversity and Inclusion
Online opportunities and other resources for veterinarians and veterinary students interested in diversity and inclusion in veterinary medicine.
AVMA holds first diversity symposium
The AVMA kicked off its first diversity symposium, sponsored by Pfizer Animal Health, at the AVMA Annual Convention
Dialogue about diversity reveals tensions
A survey sent to faculty, staff, and administrators at U.S. veterinary colleges revealed tensions with regard to the perceived
Amendment would preserve grants that spur diversity
The AVMA believes that increasing diversity in the veterinary profession will increase cultural competence among veterinarians
Speakers share strategies to increase diversity
Medical, dental professions advocate changing admissions process posted September 18, 2010 Dr. Eugene W. Adams, one of the first…