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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Peter Walsh of Action for Victims of Medical Accidents said of the new figures: "This is shocking.
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.
The organization Action for Victims of Medical Accidents insisted that the GMC's decision "would cause further damage to public confidence in the way doctors are regulated," PA News reported.
The charity Action for Victims of Medical Accidents said the case would "cause further damage to public confidence in the way doctors are regulated".
The Patients' Councils are actively supported by the Pensioners Convention, the National Association of Community Health Councils, Action for Victims of Medical Accidents, Age Concern, the Consumers Association and the Patient Association.
With the support of Action for Victims of Medical Accidents the Smiths sued Falkirk Royal and got an out-of-court settlement just days before a scheduled hearing.
Peter Walsh, of Action for Victims of Medical Accidents, said of the new figures: "This is shocking.
The charity Action for Victims of Medical Accidents told Barbara she had a very good case for compensation and referred her to Alison McClure of solicitors Blake Lapthorn, who specialises in medical negligence cases.
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