AVMA


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AcronymDefinition
AVMAAmerican Veterinary Medical Association
AVMAAlberta Veterinary Medical Association (Canada)
AVMAAction for Victims of Medical Accidents (now Action against Medical Accidents; UK)
AVMAArkansas Veterinary Medical Association
AVMAAustralia Video Music Awards (MTV)
AVMAAlabama Veterinary Medical Association
AVMAArizona Veterinary Medical Association (also seen as AZVMA)
AVMAAssociation de Vacances de la Mutualité Agricole (France)
AVMAAviation Management
AVMAAssociation for Victims of Medical Accidents
AVMA[not an acronym] (Action against Medical Accidents; formerly Action for Victims of Medical Accidents; UK)
AVMAAtlantic Vegetation Management Association
AVMAAutonomous Vehicle Manufacturers Association
AVMAAudiovisual Management Association
AVMAAustria Vienna Mission Alumni
AVMAAutomotive Vehicle Manufacturers Association
AVMAAustralian Valve Manufacturers Association
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AVMA (Action for Victims of Medical Accidents) specialises in working with both the health and legal sectors to improve healthcare standards and encourage fast resolution of complaints and offers support to patients injured during the course of medical treatment.
It wasn't until 2006 that the AVMA adopted a formal policy on private ownership of wild animals.
The AVMA notes, "There is no evidence that either strain of canine influenza (H3N8 or H3N2) can infect humans.
Merck Animal Health is proud to partner with AVMA to conduct this important study to better understand the challenges facing the veterinary profession, said Scott Bormann, vice president, U.
AVMA Convention 2017 has something for every background and interest.
The AVMA is responsible for the profession's Principles of Veterinary Medical Ethics.
More specifically, we suggest that NEHA organize and lead a tabletop study group that invites CDC, AVMA, AMA, FDA, USDA, and IOM to join a robust panel of NEHA state affiliates to discuss the infrastructure necessary to implement local-origin biosurveillance systems.
Dr Collins and his staff, some of whom had prior military backgrounds (Army veterinarians Douglas McBride and Randy Vanderhurst; Veterinary Technician Daniel Walsh), were instrumental in getting AVMA involvement and accreditation for technician programs.
99) provides detailed guidance on euthanasia procedures in a variety of species including dogs, cats, horses and production animals, and is based on the latest AVMA guidelines.
NIOSH sought additional cases from various sources, including the SENSOR-Pesticides listserv and aggregated database, the AVMA members-only website, and participants in an October 2011 zoonotic diseases telephone conference call.
This follows a self study by the School of Veterinary Medicine, and a site visit by a team of AVMA appointed reviewers in April of 2011.
Named "The Food Animal Veterinarian Recruitment and Retention Program," it is a joint effort of AVMA and its charitable arm, the American Veterinary Medical Foundation, and funded by several industry partners.