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Showcase your research to key veterinary industry stakeholders at AVA Conference 2024. Submissions close Monday 4 December 2023.
The AVA has published updated emergency animal disease resources, including highly pathogenic avian influenza and African swine fever.
The plan sets out actions to reduce the impacts of unmanaged goats on the environment, agriculture and communities.
The AVA welcomes new funding for community education on how to live alongside and interact with animals, particularly dogs. The AVA does not support the practice of banning dogs based solely on their breed.
ACV President Dr Craig Wood on how his connection to his local community has been the foundation for a satisfying career.
Gratitude can be a profound and transformative emotion, a mindset that shifts our focus from what is lacking to what is present and worthy of appreciation. Even better, practicing gratitude is often effortless and doesn’t require any financial investment.
The AVA Chartered Veterinary Practitioner offers the personal and leadership skills essential to managing a team or for career success. Apply by 8 December 2023 to commence study in January 2024.
Help inform AVA advocacy work by completing our Workforce Survey.
An update on BirdLife’s July campaign around the review of SGARs by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicine Authority.
Have your say on the draft standards from the World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH)
2023 AVA Conference delegates can view PDFs of speaker presentations on the AVA My Learning platform.

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