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As we continue to celebrate the AVA’s Centennial year, the Australian Veterinary Journal (AVJ) has dedicated a virtual issue to this milestone, focusing on the history of the AVA and our profession in Australia – as seen through the eyes of AVJ authors.
Give yourself a break from life on land and join us for a day of fun and relaxation on Sydney Harbour, with all-inclusive lunch on the beach, dinner on the wharf, bottomless drinks and memories that will last a lifetime - join us for AVA Sailing Day 2022.
Take your veterinary qualification to the next level and provide yourself with a mark of excellence in the profession. Expressions of interest will soon be open for the Chartered Veterinary Practitioner (CVP). Find out more at the FREE online CVP Information Session, 8 December 2021.
Watch a new HR seminar on how to manage COVID-19 Vaccine Issues in your workplace.
For the latest news, stories and industry updates from around the profession, browse the AVA Digest now. In this edition - a focus on AMR Week and the AVA's virtual Centenary Conference.
An online emergency animal disease training package aimed at clinical veterinarians has been collaboratively developed with contributions from all of the Australian Veterinary Schools, IT partner Epi-Interactive and members of the veterinary profession. The project, funded by DAWE, and is freely available to vets and veterinary students.
On National Agriculture Day, we celebrate our veterinary colleagues for their contribution to the Agricultural Industry. We acknowledge and appreciate the important role these veterinarians play in supplying our communities with food and fibre, and in protecting our national biosecurity.
This week is Antimicrobial Awareness Week. Celebrated from 18–24 November, the theme this year is ‘Spread Awareness, Stop Resistance’.
The Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) has advised that it will be reconsidering active constituent approvals, product registrations and associated label approvals of anticoagulant rodenticides. Please take a moment to complete a survey being carried out by BirdLife Australia which will provide important data for the APVMA's work on this issue.
The Australian, state and territory governments, through the National Biosecurity Committee, are developing a national biosecurity strategy with key partners to provide a strategic direction for the Australian biosecurity system through to 2030. Have your say - complete the National Biosecurity Strategy survey now!

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