Resources for veterinarians that discuss workplace safety abound, but information on protecting oneself from violent crime is in short supply.
SAVMA president focused on advocacy
Marie Bucko, a student in the Class of 2021 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Veterinary Medicine, said she feels privileged to be…
WVC becomes Viticus Group
The Western Veterinary Conference became WVC in 2014. Now the organization has been renamed as Viticus Group, reflecting its expansion to education in…
COVID-19 and wellbeing
Get tips and tools to protect your wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Board chair embraces veterinary family ties
Dr. Rena Carlson, chair of the AVMA Board of Directors, has held leadership roles since early in her veterinary career. She spoke to JAVMA News about…
The veterinary vocational variation
Most veterinarians go into private clinical practice after veterinary school, and they stick with that path for their entire careers.
Federal veterinarians reflect on career choice following government shutdown
Over a thousand veterinarians work for the federal government, and they all felt the effects of the government shutdown in late 2018 and early 2019.
AABP president wants association to be indispensable
Just as veterinarians try to be indispensable to clients, Dr. Glenn Rogers thinks the American Association of Bovine Practitioners should be…
AVMA, pediatrics academy collaborate toward one health
The AVMA and American Academy of Pediatrics adopted a joint statement, “The Value of Professional Collaboration in Protecting the
Board takes on topics across breadth of profession
The AVMA Board of Directors, while meeting June 20-21 in Washington, D.C., took on topics across the breadth of the profession, including
Texas veterinary education expanding, one way or another
Dueling initiatives on how to address veterinary needs in Texas continue to develop.
Pressing topics addressed by HOD
The AVMA House of Delegates held its first Veterinary Issues Forum during its regular annual session Aug. 4 in San Antonio.
Oklahoma State cited by accreditor for deficiencies
Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Sciences
Serving as a volunteer member of an AVMA council, committee, or other entity is a way of giving back to the veterinary profession
Wellbeing during the holidays: 5 tips to alleviate stress
If you find the holidays stressful, you’re certainly not alone. There are simple things you can do to take back control and boost your spirits.
AVMA names new class of congressional fellows
The AVMA in May announced that Drs. Radhika Gharpure, Matt Holland, and Mark Logan had been selected
TV producer-turned-veterinary student now leading SAVMA
At least, that’s the best way he can explain why he left what many would consider a dream job producing sports television to become a
Veterinarians discover themselves in Antarctica
Drs. Jill M. Lynn and Elisa D. Harvey were among only four veterinarians worldwide selected to take part in the 2018 Homeward Bound program,
VCC career webinars
Live and on-demand career development webinars to help veterinarians jump-start their careers and job search.
AVMA names 2014-2015 congressional fellows
The three veterinarians chosen to participate in the 2014-2015 AVMA Congressional Science Fellowship Program were announced in May.
The sphere of public health
The sphere of public health is low-hanging fruit for veterinarians considering a transition out of clinical practice
COE Standard: Council approves changes to Standards of Accreditation; response to stakeholder feedback
The following message was sent on January 15, 2016 to AVMA members who have subscribed to receive the COE Standard newsletter. To receive news and…
A spur to action for practice owners
Preliminary numbers from a survey of American Association of Equine Practitioners members—conducted by the AVMA Veterinary Economics
Bradley, Goldman run for District I rep on AVMA board
New England veterinarians Karen Bradley and Arnold Goldman are candidates for District I representative on the AVMA Board of Directors.
Dr. Janet Donlin is no stranger at AVMA headquarters, as she worked at the Association in the late ’90s and early 2000s.