The Value of Your TVMA Membership
You need practical, affordable continuing education, and TVMA delivers. Our annual meetings—the TVMA Annual Conference and the Southwest Veterinary Symposium (co-owned by the Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico and Oklahoma VMAs)—provide members with opportunities to obtain continuing education without wasting valuable time and money on out-of-state trips. Meeting attendees can visit expansive exhibit halls and renew old friendships with Texas colleagues at fun social events while learning the latest on advances in veterinary medicine.
TVMA has aligned itself with various businesses to offer you the best prices on products and services. Please consider these companies as you shop for products and services to meet the needs of your practice. These alliances benefit both you and TVMA. For more information, call 512/452-4224 or visit this link.
When you need information quickly, visit TVMA’s website: tvma.org. There you will find the latest news, information on TVMA meetings, links to government agencies and much more. Develop the habit of checking this resource daily for frequent updates.
Through award-winning publications like the Texas Veterinarian magazine, eFYI newsletter and the TVMA Membership Directory, you can keep abreast of the latest news in the profession within the state. Whether you need information on the latest regulations or want to locate the phone number of a state agency, you can find it all in our publications.
Ask TVMA is a free resource for members who have a question or concern regarding legal or regulatory issues, covering a diverse range of issues including veterinary practice, ethics and employment law. If TVMA can’t answer your question, we’ll do the research for you. One free call to Ask TVMA can save dozens of phone calls. Call Ask TVMA at 800/489-7347.
Peer Assistance Program
If you or someone you work with has a mental health or substance abuse problem, TVMA’s Peer Assistance Program can help. Professional Recovery Network is operated with strict confidentiality, so if you care about someone in need, call the PRN helpline at 800/727-5152, available 24 hours a day.
Whether you need health certificates for pets traveling to another state or a drug inventory book to help you track the drugs coming into and going out of your practice, TVMA has the products you need.
Veterinary Career Network
The most comprehensive career and recruiting site for the animal health industry. VCN offers extensive resume and position databases and powerful and user-friendly searching capabilities, which allow you to find the job or candidate you’re looking for! We are a Veterinary Career Network partner, and when you post your job or your resume with us, you post it nationwide to our other VCN partners. As part of the national Veterinary Career Network, in conjunction with the American Veterinary Medical Association, you will have access to the most jobs and candidates in the animal health industry in your neighborhood and nationwide. For more information, visit tvma.org.
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