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October 2022

(Vol 260; No. 13: pp. 1577-1740)

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Linda J. Paul, Aaron C. Ericsson, Frank M. Andrews, Zachary McAdams, Michael L. Keowen, Michael P. St Blanc, and Heidi E. Banse
Jane E. Sykes, David A. Haake, Chandika D. Gamage, W. Zach Mills, and Jarlath E. Nally
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AVMA News

AVMA Editor-In-Chief Lisa Fortier along with Drs. Katrin Hinrichs, Jennifer Anne Mumford, and Stephen M. Reed are this year’s inductees into the Equine Research Hall of Fame.

The AVMA has reached a major milestone, recording over 100,000 members for the first time in its 159-year history. The announcement came during the AVMA Board of Directors’ Sept. 18-20 meeting.

Bertice Berry, PhD, reminded attendees at the keynote speech during AVMA Convention 2022 this summer in Philadelphia to practice gratitude and remember that they have the power to change the lives of both animals and people.

Dr. Laura Pletz, president of the Women’s Veterinary Leadership Development Initiative, gave the virtual presentation “DEI as Standard Operating Procedure” July 28 at AVMA Convention 2022.

Dr. Tannetje’ Crocker spoke on “Creative Scheduling in Your Practice” July 30 at AVMA Convention 2022 in Philadelphia. She was then joined by Nicole Scott-Jones for the session “Short-Staffed? Solution: Social Media!”

Dr. Cyndie J. Courtney, a small animal practitioner and consultant on workplace conflict, spoke on “How To Write a Client Code of Conduct” at AVMA Convention 2022 in Philadelphia.

 

 

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Abigail L. Needleman, Megan C. Wright, John J. Schaefer, Ricardo Videla, and Andrea S. Lear
Kyle G. Mathews, James C. Brown, Lola C. Hudson, Emily H. Griffith, Alan J. Bocage, and Jonathan A. Hash
Jane E. Sykes, Chandika D. Gamage, David A. Haake, and Jarlath E. Nally

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