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Work and Play at VMX 2021

VMX's additional electives are a popular choice every year. You can rest assured extra safety precautions will ensure these are still on the schedule in 2021.

VMX’s popular electives — Hands-on Workshops, Coffee with an Expert (formerly Rounds), and Meet the Professor Luncheons — are still being offered in 2021, with an emphasis on safety precautions.

Integrated Solutions

Practice information management systems (PIMS) are designed so veterinary professionals spend less time on paperwork and more time treating patients.

Practice information management systems (PIMS) come in a variety of formats, offering various integrations, tools, and compatibility. Knowing which ones would benefit your practice best is the first step in setting your practice apart.

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The Changing Face of Veterinary Medicine

The topic of diversity, or the lack thereof, in veterinary medicine has seen a recent resurgence. We can't let this momentum die down.

Diversity in the veterinary profession starts as low as marketing the available opportunities to high school students and as high as hiring diverse candidates to positions of power and decision-making.

Targeted Therapy

Tigilanol tiglate could be the mast cell tumor treatment we've been waiting for.

Tigilanol tiglate—which is being marketed as Stelfonta—is derived from the fruit of the tropical blushwood tree, which is endemic to Australia.

VMX 2021: Forward

Yes, VMX is still on! Sign up today with in-person and virtual options.

You don’t have to miss out on VMX 2021. We’re offering 3 virtual pathways to “attend,” as well as the traditional in-person option.

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For Whom the Bell Tolls

Breed bans are beginning to crop up in international kennel clubs. Will this affect the U.S. veterinary and companion animal industry?

Veterinarians have an ethical obligation to their patients and companion animals as a whole. Should we follow international suit and support breed bans or keep pushing for scientifically driven positive breeding programs?

One World, One Medicine, One Health

Now, more than ever, One Health—the global initiative that links humans, animals, and the environment—places veterinary professionals in a crucial role.

Now, more than ever, One Health—the global initiative that links humans, animals, and the environment—places veterinary professionals in a crucial role.

Embrace Your Veterinary Community

Help your patients and clients outside of the clinic by supporting governmental legislations pertaining to the veterinary industry.

Help your patients and clients outside of the clinic by supporting local, state, and national legislations pertaining to the veterinary industry.

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In Good Faith

It is veterinarians' sole purpose to ensure the wellbeing of pets, but what if you suspect intentional abuse? All veterinarians should be protected.

It is veterinarians’ sole purpose to ensure the wellbeing of pets, but what if you suspect intentional abuse? Do you feel protected in reporting suspected animal abuse?

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