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The Business Case for Diversity
For veterinarians, diversity and inclusion efforts can increase your business’ productivity and profit.
President-elect candidates make their case
In the following interviews, they share their views of the AVMA and veterinary medicine.
Program created to help researchers market their discoveries
The Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences is getting $1.2 million to create a nationwide training program
Ag high schools draw urban students to animal care
The 16-year-old is interested in becoming a veterinary surgeon, although that interest is split between large and small animal medicine.
Texas veterinary education expanding, one way or another
Dueling initiatives on how to address veterinary needs in Texas continue to develop.
AVMA Board elects Donlin as new CEO
Dr. Janet Donlin returns to the AVMA in September, this time in the Association’s top staff leadership spot
Recognized for excellence
During the AVMA Annual Convention this July in Boston, the AVMA gave awards to a number of individuals and two organizations
‘No higher honor’
Dr. Stacy Pritt of Rowlett, Texas, is the sole candidate for the AVMA vice presidency—a two-year position as the Association’s liaison to
Q&A with the AVMA president-elect candidates
Drs. Jan K. Strother and Michael J. Topper describe the challenges and opportunities facing the veterinary profession and explain
Connect with AVMA at NAVC
Heading to Florida for the North American Veterinary Conference? We’d love to see you at our booth in the exhibit hall, or at a Sunday networking…
Growing member value
The new AVMA Strategic Plan aims to increase member satisfaction by focusing on objectives such as protecting and enhancing the lifelong
1985 - 1995
This era saw female veterinarians become AVMA editor-in-chief and AVMA president-elect—and a veterinary student become Miss America
Where rubber meets the road
In an ideal world, every veterinarian would communicate effectively, demonstrate business acumen, and act ethically.
An unconventional traditionalist
Dr. Tolani Francisco has worked on Brucella infection in bison and elk in Yellowstone National Park and on foot-and-mouth disease
We're all in this together
Campus climate is part of how veterinary schools and colleges support and mentor underrepresented students, how they recruit
Approximately 12.5 percent of veterinary services in the United States went unused last year, according to the AVMA’s 2013 U.S.
Immigration, language barriers influence veterinary care
The veterinarian from Greeley, Colo., does not speak Spanish, but he and the feedyard employees find ways to work together