Managing personal finances
Part of thriving as a veterinarian is learning to manage personal finances. AVMA tools help you plan for your future and get on the road to financial…
Leadership skills are critical in veterinary medicine. Use these resources to develop and hone your abilities and grow as a veterinary leader.
Study describes pet cat personality
Researchers in South Australia and New Zealand believe there are five distinct personality types among domestic cats.
Leadership development programs offer advantages in and out of the clinic
Leadership development programs can help veterinarians in their personal and professional lives. AVMA News spoke with some of the people who have…
AVMA launches Personal Financial Planning Tool
Members of the AVMA and Student AVMA who want to build a personal budget can now turn to the new AVMA Personal Financial Planning Tool.
Students press for personal finance education
T. Will O’Neill says if he had known what he was getting into, he would not have gone to veterinary college.
Personal health records create a picture of health
Many veterinarians encourage their clients to maintain copies of veterinary records to ensure that animals receive appropriate care if they must be…
Achieve your personal goals with help from AVMA
AVMA has many resources to help veterinarians thrive in our personal lives. They range from budgeting and wellbeing tools to discounts on…
Education and Professional Development Committee
The committee shall serve to encourage the development and refinement of veterinary educational programs at veterinary schools in the United States…
Survey: Pet owners prefer seeing their veterinarian in person
Most pet owners believe the veterinarian-client-patient relationship (VCPR) should be established in-person rather than virtually, according to an…
Conference fosters leadership development
Conference fosters leadership development House of Delegates convenes during gathering More than 400 veterinary…
Leadership development program in transition
Attendees of the 2011 Veterinary Leadership Experience take part in a team-building exercise.
Pet ferret in Florida develops SARS-CoV-2 infection
A pet ferret in Florida developed an infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus in September, becoming the first of its species with a known natural…
Webinars offer training on cannabis and leadership development
Online learning is one of many tools the AVMA provides to keep AVMA members and other veterinary professionals up to date on pressing clinical issues…
Developing your career in a way that supports you
Dr. Melanie Bowden spoke at the AVMA Veterinary Leadership Conference, held virtually Jan. 7-9, on “Developing An Amazing Veterinary Career: A New Way…
Workers at swine slaughterhouses develop neurologic illnesses
The national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Minnesota Department of Health are investigating an outbreak of
Vaccine developed to prevent Hendra virus infection
A long-awaited vaccine against a deadly zoonotic infectious disease in Australia became available Nov. 1.
Feline development, from kitten kindergarten onward
Cats do a lot of great stuff but also not great stuff, which is confusing and frustrating for owners. Therefore, veterinarians need to help owners…
OIE developing minimum veterinary education standards
International organization's work intended to increase safety, improve trade
Setting the stage for owners when senior pets develop behavior problems
Caring for geriatric pets can be challenging and at times frustrating for their owners. Pets can exhibit behavioral problems that impair the…
Veterinary Career Center
A job board and so much more – the VCC is your one-stop resource for career development, advancement, personal branding, and much more.
Millions awarded in search for nonsurgical sterilant
The search for a nonsurgical sterilant for dogs and cats has been fueled by more than $6 million in research grants since 2008 when a $25 million…
Getting the right drug at the right dosage
Personalized medicine brings precision to drug treatment
A reaction to the COBTA vaccine report
Posted on September 1, 2003 Greene supports a personalized approach to vaccination Veterinarians must look beyond the debate over whether to…
Meeting in Minneapolis a hit for SAVMA Symposium
The University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine hosted Student AVMA Symposium 2022 in March. The event brought in around 725 attendees and…