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AVMA Member Newsletters

JAVMA News Bulletin (twice monthly) View sample
Veterinarians and leaders throughout the profession use JAVMA News Bulletin to stay current on developments in veterinary medicine, organized veterinary medicine, and other areas such as government initiatives. The bulletin features timely news in a concise format and complements JAVMA News by providing condensed versions of key Journal news stories.

JAVMA: In This Issue (twice monthly) View sample
Find out what's in each issue of JAVMA as soon as it's published. This expanded table of contents will help keep you from ever missing an article that's pertinent to your practice.

AVMA@Work (monthly) View sample
Interested in knowing more about what the AVMA is doing on your behalf? AVMA@Work gives you monthly insight into what the association is working on to better serve you – our members – and the entire veterinary community.

Animal Welfare Focus (quarterly) View sample
Get the latest information on animal welfare topics of current interest, as well as updates on AVMA's science-based advocacy, including: animal welfare-related legislative and regulatory proposals, upcoming animal welfare-related meetings, and reports from the AVMA Animal Welfare Committee and Division.

AVMA Advocate (monthly) View sample
Stay up-to-date on what the AVMA is doing in Washington, D.C., with crucial and timely information about legislation that affects how you do your job, the money you make, the money you're allowed to keep, and the rules and regulations that say what you can and can't do.

Access PAC (quarterly) View sample
Learn about legislative issues of concern to veterinary medicine; the AVMA Political Action Committee; what candidates the PAC supports and why; how good a job your senators and representatives are doing for you; and other information that can help make you a more effective advocate for your profession. (Due to federal election law, this newsletter is not available to student members.)

Health News Bytes (monthly) View sample
Learn about breakthroughs in veterinary research that have – or will have – applications to human medicine. This newsletter for health reporters helps the AVMA spread the word about One Health and the significant role veterinarians play in both animal and human health.

State Legislative Update (monthly) View sample
Highlights of the most significant state legislative and regulatory bills and measures affecting veterinary medicine and animal health.

COE Standard (quarterly) View sample
The AVMA's Council on Education explains the accreditation process and reports on its own activities accrediting veterinary schools worldwide. Curious about what happens on a site visit? Confused about outcomes assessment? COE Standard can help.

CVTEA Semi-Annual Report (twice yearly) View sample
Learn about accreditation decisions involving veterinary technology programs, changes to the AVMA Committee on Veterinary Technician Education and Activities' Standards of Accreditation, and procedural information on becoming an accredited veterinary technology program.

AVMA Collections (quarterly) View sample
Find reliable information fast with AVMA Collections, an online monograph series of AVMA scientific journal articles organized by topic. Sign up now for email notifications of new collections and updates as they become available.

News & Issue Alerts

Alerts related to public or animal health View sample
Receive occasional alerts on serious issues that threaten public or animal health, such as major developments related to the H1N1 flu virus or extensive pet food recalls.

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Legislative action alerts View sample
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Receive occasional alerts from the AVMA Congressional Advocacy Network (AVMA-CAN) when action is needed to influence federal legislation or federal regulatory efforts. Expect about 1-2 alerts per month if you sign up for all issues.

 All issues
 Animal health issues
 Animal welfare issues
 Appropriations
 Federal employment
 Food safety issues
 Legal status of animals
 Pharmaceutical issues
 Research issues
 Small business agenda
 Veterinary school/educational issues

AVMA policy alerts View sample
AVMA policy alerts will notify you when AVMA is seeking member comment on policies, and when our Executive Board or House of Delegates make significant policy changes. Expect no more than about 1 email per month if you sign up.

AVMA volunteer opportunities View sample
Would you like to know when AVMA is looking for volunteers to work on projects, or recruiting candidates for committees, councils and other leadership posts? Stay apprised with these periodic alerts – approximately 4-6 emails per year. Even if a particular volunteer position isn’t right for you, you might know someone else who could make a great contribution.

Information about AVMA Programs & Services

AVMA Annual Convention Updates View sample
Receive periodic updates on CE and events at the AVMA Annual Convention, along with key dates, discount offers, and registration information.

AVMA Products and Services Updates (monthly) View sample
Stay abreast of programs and products offered by the AVMA, including brochures and other client materials, webinars, videos, podcasts and more. Be the first to know when we offer something new, and receive special discount offers available just for email subscribers.

AVMF (American Veterinary Medical Foundation) (monthly) View sample
Get regular program updates from AVMA’s charitable arm, the American Veterinary Medical Foundation.

AVMA partner emails
Receive occasional emails with information about programs or services from AVMA partners.

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