Free Forensic Veterinary Medicine & Animal Crime Scene Investigation Webinar

The AVMA’s Veterinary Career Center will host a free webinar focused on careers in veterinary forensic medicine and animal crime scene investigation.  Dr. Melinda Merck, a leading forensic veterinarian and noted lecturer, will be the featured presenter.  Dr. Merck assists with crime scene investigations involving both live and deceased animal

Vet Techs to Become Registered Veterinary Nurses

The National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA) has announced plans to replace the various veterinary technician titles (registered veterinary technician, licensed veterinary technician, certified veterinary technician, and licensed medical veterinary technician) with a new universal credential: registered veterinary nurse.  This change will take time to implement in all

Proposed Vet School Denied Accreditation

The proposed 31st veterinary program in the U.S. was denied accreditation for a second time this week by the American Veterinary Medical Association.  The University of Arizona had originally hoped to enroll a class of vet students last year, but the continued denial of accreditation will push the start date