Veterinary lawmakers a rare breed
The personal and professional lives of veterinarians are affected by legislation and regulation every day, from when they write a prescription to when…
One Health Career Paths
Career opportunity descriptions for qualified veterinarians interested in Public Health & One Health.
AAAP gets new CEO
The American Association of Avian Pathologists gained a new CEO in August after their leader of 13 years stepped down.
Work continues to improve veterinary education worldwide
A well-educated veterinary workforce is key in providing scientifically sound risk assessments, credible reporting of diseases
Upcoming legislative activity to center on education
With 88 percent of veterinary students borrowing from federal student loan programs, according to the 2016 AVMA & AAVMC Report on the Market for…
Raising global veterinary standards
The World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) hosted a conference this past December during which 23 recommendations
Triage follows deep cuts
Public health departments, battered by budget cuts, are reducing services and employing fewer people, including veterinarians.
OIE developing minimum veterinary education standards
International organization's work intended to increase safety, improve trade posted March 18, 2010 Beef cattle are moved for…
AVMA backs national efforts to make higher education affordable
The AVMA is supporting two legislative initiatives aimed at reducing the educational debt of veterinary students and graduates
Rabies control documents changed
The Executive Board has approved changes to various documents pertaining to rabies control.
AASV guiding members around black holes, in new directions - April 15, 2001
AASV guiding members around black holes, in new directions The American Association of Swine Veterinarians imparted
Veterinarians: quiet contributors to nation's policy
Food safety, small-business tax relief, and animal well-being during air travel. The AVMA has had something to say to Congress on all these issues.