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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.
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…
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.
Veterinary career events
The AVMA Veterinary Career Center holds online and in-person events that support jobseekers and employers. These include virtual career fairs, unique…
African, US veterinarians have meeting of minds
Twinning program brings small animal veterinarians together for shared learning
Speaker: Men must be deliberate about promoting gender equality
Dr. Douglas G. Aspros takes the lack of female leadership in veterinary medicine personally.
New tool supports veterinary schools after student suicide
AVMA partnered with veterinary colleges and suicide experts to develop a toolkit to guide the veterinary academic community with strategies in the…
Dr. Julie Ducoté argues that moving to a culture of well-being will help the veterinary industry. To prove it, she started in the most logical place:…
Prioritizing well-being at the institutional level
Self-care can only do so much for individuals in a toxic environment
AVMA launches podcast focusing on career paths
The AVMA has developed and plans to launch a new podcast called My Veterinary Life.
Allergic to work
Some veterinary professionals start their careers already allergic to animals, while others become allergic to their patients after entering the…
Benefits for early-career veterinarians
Find benefits the AVMA has developed specifically for early-career veterinarians, including new veterinary graduates.
Model Program for Wellness
Each state should organize, develop, and fund a Veterinary Wellness Program. This model program can be used as a template for state programs.
Relief practice not just a temporary gig
Relief practice predates the gig economy and is a mainstay in veterinary medicine. According to AVMA data, relief veterinarians make up the largest…
Volunteering with the AVMA
AVMA members are the driving force behind all of the AVMA’s work. See how you can get involved to have a direct impact on AVMA strategy and…
Speak my language
Across the United States, people speak an estimated 350 different languages. According to Access to Care, a report from the Pet Health Equity Program…
Tips for veterinary jobseekers
Get practical advice to help prepare you to find – and claim – your next dream job.
Summits and symposiums
Broaden your mastery of important veterinary topics, while connecting with like-minded colleagues. AVMA's topical CE meetings deliver the same…
Tuition transparency back up for discussion
Almost a fifth of veterinary graduates in 2018 accrued a quarter-million dollars' worth of educational debt or more.
AVMA launches Axon, a new online CE platform
The AVMA has launched the next generation of its digital continuing education for all veterinary professionals.
Resources for veterinarians that discuss workplace safety abound, but information on protecting oneself from violent crime is in short supply.
AVMA offers free online CE with new webinar series
The AVMA has announced a new webinar series to offer online continuing education covering topics requested by members.
AVMA shares '100 Healthy Tips to Support a Culture of Wellbeing'
The new AVMA guide 100 Healthy Tips to Support a Culture of Wellbeing offers practical steps that veterinarians can take to support healthful living…
AAEP focuses on better business practices for veterinarians
The advice and information varied, but it all boiled down to a similar message—a veterinary practice is a business and should be managed as such.