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The AVMA Council on Education (COE) has updated its emergency conditions policy as well its policy governing how countries outside the United States and Canada license U.S. and Canadian graduates of COE-accredited colleges.
Wondering how consumers will respond after COVID-19 restrictions have lifted? You’re not alone. This recent survey offers a perspective from consumers nationwide.
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has released new guidance to facilitate veterinary oversight of all animal antimicrobial drugs considered medically important in treating people.
As a means to address the current shortage of pentobarbital euthanasia solutions and extend available supplies, veterinarians might consider combining the use of pentobarbital-containing euthanasia solutions with deep general anesthesia to perform in-clinic and in-home euthanasia.
Together, AVMA members stepped up in 2020 to support those we serve and each other. The 2020 AVMA Annual Report highlights our collective achievements.
As COVID-19 safety restrictions ease at varying rates around the country, AVMA continues to work with the CDC to provide appropriate recommendations for veterinary practices.
The AVMA’s veterinary salary estimator, which helps veterinary students and early-career veterinarians explore different employment scenarios and prepare for salary negotiations, has undergone a data update to make it even more helpful to the profession.
AVMA has received reports of short-term back orders of pentobarbital. While avenues to resolve are being explored, here are possible alternatives for euthanasia of dogs, cats, and other small companion animals.