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Congratulations to Adelaide University vet student, Amie Kapusniak who has been awarded the ten-thousand-dollar research prize for her presentation ‘Heritability of Sudden Unexplained Death in Thoroughbred racehorses in Australia’ at the Calgary International Equine Symposium. 
At the Veterinary Business Group (VBG) Hub 2021, the VBG Executive Committee and industry leaders will lead round table discussion groups to delve into some of the key challenges facing veterinary business today. 
The AVA Centenary Conference in Western Australia will be proceeding as a face-to-face event, and we're very much looking forward to seeing you there!
Calling all final year veterinary students! - Last chance to apply for our October cohort AVA Graduate Mentoring Program.
The 2022 AVA Student Conference will adopt a virtual format to allow for maximum attendance.
The latest edition of the AVA Digest is out now! The AVA Digest is published every two weeks and includes news, stories and updates from around the profession.
The AVA wrote to the Queensland Premier at the start of September on behalf of the veterinary profession seeking free movement of veterinary professionals across the border.
RUOK Day encourages people to have a conversation about how you’re doing, and AVA is encouraging everyone in the veterinary profession to do the same.
The latest Emergency Animal Disease Bulletin (No. 123 on Avian Influenza) from the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment is now available.
The cross-border issues between Queensland and NSW continues to be challenging for veterinarians, their staff, and their clients. We are inviting members and practices in the cross-border region to join us for an update and discussion.

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