Maryland Veterinary Medical Association
March 2021 NewsBytes
MDVMA's monthly e-news

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Upcoming MDVMA Meetings & Events
Mid Atlantic Bovine Conference

Thursday, March 25, 2021: 8:00 am – 7:30 pm
Friday, March 26, 2021: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Mid-Atlantic States Conference for Bovine Practitioners is an annual premier learning and networking opportunity. The event will be held virtually again this year so that participants can join safely and comfortably from their home or office.

18 hours of CE credit available! CLICK HERE to register!
Spring Webinar Series

MDVMA has once again converted its
Mid-Atlantic States Veterinary Clinic and Summer Conference into an online learning experience.

The online seminar series will be held every Tues/Wed/Thurs evening in April and May and the first Tues/Wed/Thurs evening in June. Participate in the live webinars or watch recordings at your convenience.

Over 50 hours of CE credit:
Small Animal – 18 credits
Equine – 18 credits
Veterinary Technology – 8 credits
Practice Management – 4 credits
Wellness/Wellbeing – 4 credits
Financial Planning – 1 credit

Questions about MDVMA Continuing Education, Membership Events or Sponsorship Opportunities? Contact Director of Education & Events, Christine Gacono, CMP
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We are accepting articles, features, stories, etc. for the 2021 Spring issue related to:

·     Small animal
·     Farm animal
·     Equine
·     Exotic
·     Specialty

Deadline to submit an article is March 122.
Seeking Members Interested in Serving on a Committee
We are always looking for current members to serve on an MDVMA committee. Contact Marisa Francis to find out what committees need members!

Advocating for veterinarians, veterinary medicine, and animal health and welfare.
We need contributions from every veterinarian throughout the state to help us accomplish our legislative goals in Annapolis. Without a healthy PAC, the MDVMA will be limited in our ability to influence the legislative process.
The Maryland Veterinary Foundation's mission is to provide scholarships for deserving veterinary students.

How can you help?

  1. Memorials - donations from you in honor of your patients
  2. Put donation brochures in your office for clients to take
  3. Add a notation to your invoices about the Foundation
  4. Join Amazon Smile and a percentage of eligible purchases will be donated.
More than 130 Years of Service

Since 1886, the Maryland Veterinary Medical Association (MDVMA) has protected the interests of veterinarians in Maryland. MDVMA is the only statewide professional membership association dedicated exclusively to the profession of veterinary medicine and the interests of the veterinary team.

2020-2021 Executive Officers
Dr. Shadawn Salmond-Jimenez, President
Dr. David Handel, President-Elect
Dr. Matthew Keats, Vice President
Dr. Elizabeth Cottrell, Secretary/Treasurer

Dr. Andrew O'Carroll, AVMA Delegate
Dr. Jenny Krueger, AVMA Alt Delegate
Dr. Robert Silcox, Director at Large
Dr. Richard Street, III, Director at Large