DC Veterinary Medical Association

DC Veterinary Medical Association Welcome to the official FB page for the District of Columbia Veterinary Medical Association (DCVMA). The DCVMA is open to all in the veterinary profession who live, work, or have an interest in the Capital of the USA!

The mission of the Association is to enhance veterinary medical science, maintain the highest professional and ethical standards, provide professional enrichment, and represent the interest of the veterinary profession in the District of Columbia.

Mission: Our mission is to enhance veterinary medical science, maintain the highest professional and ethical standards, provide fraternal enrichment, and represent the interest of the veterinary profession in the District of Columbia.

11/11/2019

Save the Date!
Nov 21st
DCVMA meeting
6pm - AVMA office in DC!

One USDA student internships!  Application Period Closes November 15th!Do you know a college student interested in explo...
11/07/2019
OneUSDA Internship Program - Spread the Word!

One USDA student internships!
Application Period Closes November 15th!

Do you know a college student interested in exploring ways to serve their country through a career in government while gaining work experience in agriculture, natural resources, and other career fields? Then definitely let them know about the OneUSDA Internship Program for Summer 2020!

The OneUSDA Internship Program, part of the Federal Pathways Program, offers internships with on-the-job experience, mentorship, and training tailored to the student’s education, experience, and interests.

During the Summer of 2020, USDA will hire interns in hundreds of locations in nearly every state for the following occupational fields:

Veterinary Science
Biological Sciences (e.g., natural resources management, forestry, wildlife biology, fish biology, ecology, botany, rangeland management, recreation)
Engineering & Architecture
Agribusiness, Contracting, and Procurement
General Administration and Office Support
Financial Management

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Do you know a college student interested in exploring ways to serve their country through a career in government while gaining work experience in agriculture, natural resources, and other career fields? Then definitely let them know about the OneUSDA Internship Program for Summer 2020!

10/13/2019
Laurel Police Department

Laurel Police Department

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Recordings of AVMA events, including the AVMA Convention, the Veterinary Leadership Conference, and other symposia, are ...
09/24/2019
Convention CE now available on AVMA Axon

Recordings of AVMA events, including the AVMA Convention, the Veterinary Leadership Conference, and other symposia, are now available online. Each course is an hour of CE and AVMA members get a discounted rate. If you attended the AVMA Convention but missed any of these lectures, you can watch them for free for up to a year through the Convention app!

Keep the learning going with recorded sessions If you couldn’t make it to AVMA’s annual convention last month, or if there was a session you missed, we’ve got great news: You can now attend some of…

Did you know you can get your DCVMA dues reimbursed by DC Academy?  If you are a paying member of DC Academy, you simply...
08/19/2019
DC Academy of Veterinary Medicine

Did you know you can get your DCVMA dues reimbursed by DC Academy? If you are a paying member of DC Academy, you simply need to submit your DCVMA receipt to DC Academy.

Next DC Academy Event:
September 5, 2019 – Respiratory Medicine

Douglas Palma, DVM, DACVIM; Animal Medical Center of New York

Topics: Breed Based Airway Diseases • Update on Infectious Respiratory Disease • Interstitial Lung Disease • Mgmt. of Inflammatory Airway Disease • Respiratory Diagnostics / Interventions

Learn more at https://www.dcavm.org/

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Invasive tick found in several localities in VA, including nearby Fairfax County.
07/26/2019
Invasive tick is detected in 24 localities

Invasive tick found in several localities in VA, including nearby Fairfax County.

The Virginia Farm Bureau reported in June that Virginia livestock producers are concerned about an invasive tick that’s been detected in 24 localities, mostly in the western part of the

07/17/2019

Happy Tuesday Evening DCVMA Members and Friends!!
Hope you had a wonderful weekend!

DCVMA is so excited that the AVMA Convention is in Washington DC this year!
It is a little under a month away and we want to send you another reminder of all we are involved in and hope you can join us in this excitement as well!

AVMA is still looking for our support in many venues since we are amazing proud DCers!
They are looking for volunteers to assist for the Keynote Presentation and Concert at the Anthem: https://www.avma.org/Events/Convention/Pages/events.aspx

Keynote Presentation with the infamous Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, MD
SATURDAY, AUGUST 3
11:45 AM - Coffee and Light breakfast included

WHAT ANIMAL ADOLESCENTS CAN TEACH US ABOUT GROWING UP AS HUMAN ADULTS

Dr. Barbara Natterson-Horowitz's patients include gorillas, lions, wallabies—and, yes, humans. Dr. Natterson-Horowitz is also, without question, a true champion of the work we do as veterinarians. She is a friend of veterinarians and veterinary medicine, and the AVMA is excited to host Dr. Natterson-Horowitz as this year's keynote speaker. She's completely at home making rounds at the Los Angeles Zoo, or surrounded by veterinarians in a discussion of human health at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.

AVMA Concert at The Anthem: Battle of the Bands
SUNDAY, AUGUST 4
5:30 PM

Located less than two miles from the Convention Center, The Anthem is the hippest music venue in the city, located in the heart of the most exciting neighborhood in the history of the nation's capital.

Start scoping out your favorite act: For the Win; Riverside Lights; 76 Degrees West

Both of these opportunities are free to attend if you volunteer and not registered for the convention!!
Please email back to [email protected] if you are interested!

We are also looking for volunteers to help at the Potomac Regional Veterinary Medical Associations (DCVMA, MDVMA, VVMA, WVVMA) Exhibit Booth!
If you would like to volunteer for the exhibit booth, please click here to sign up:
https://contactvvma.wufoo.com/forms/z52jvfw0fvti9i/
Free lunches and entrance to the exhibits!

Fortunately, we will be having a DCVMA Networking and Membership Gathering as well during the convention!
August 3 Saturday 6:00pm to 7:30pm in the Marriott Marquis Hotel - Dogwood Room 2nd Floor
*Free Food and Drinks!!!

DCVMA Presentation: Getting Involved in Legislation Through Your State VMA and Why It's Important for the Veterinary Profession

TUESDAY, AUGUST 06 8:00 AM - 8:50 AM - ROOM: WALTER E. WASHINGTON CONVENTION CENTER - 149AB

Facilitator: Rachel Cezar-Martinez Panelists: Pamela Abney, Vito Del Vento, Gail Hansen, Ashley Morgan, Lauren Stump

Looking forward to seeing many of you at the convention!!

All the best,
Dr. Rachel Cezar-Martinez
DCVMA Executive Director
[email protected]

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Please pay your $50 annual membership dues at paypal:
http://paypal.me/DCVMA/50
Support for activities needed for meetings, socials, advocacy and outreach.

Reminder: Members of DC Academy are eligible for reimbursement of their DCVMA dues.

07/14/2019
AVMA Convention- Booth Volunteer Form

DCVMA is so excited that the AVMA Convention is in Washington DC this year!
It is under a month away and we want to let you know of all we are involved in and hope you can join us in this excitement as well!

AVMA is looking for our support in many venues since we are amazing proud DCers!

They are looking for volunteers to assist for the Keynote Presentation and Concert at the Anthem: https://www.avma.org/Events/Convention/Pages/events.aspx

Keynote Presentation with the infamous Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, MD
SATURDAY, AUGUST 3
11:45 AM - Coffee and Light breakfast included

WHAT ANIMAL ADOLESCENTS CAN TEACH US ABOUT GROWING UP AS HUMAN ADULTS

Dr. Barbara Natterson-Horowitz's patients include gorillas, lions, wallabies—and, yes, humans. Dr. Natterson-Horowitz is also, without question, a true champion of the work we do as veterinarians. She is a friend of veterinarians and veterinary medicine, and the AVMA is excited to host Dr. Natterson-Horowitz as this year's keynote speaker. She's completely at home making rounds at the Los Angeles Zoo, or surrounded by veterinarians in a discussion of human health at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.

AVMA Concert at The Anthem: Battle of the Bands
SUNDAY, AUGUST 4
5:30 PM

Located less than two miles from the Convention Center, The Anthem is the hippest music venue in the city, located in the heart of the most exciting neighborhood in the history of the nation's capital.

Start scoping out your favorite act: For the Win; Riverside Lights; 76 Degrees West

Both of these opportunities are free to attend if you volunteer and not registered for the convention!!
Please email back to
[email protected] if you are interested!

We are also looking for volunteers to help at the Potomac Regional Veterinary Medical Associations (DCVMA, MDVMA, VVMA, WVVMA) Exhibit Booth!
If you would like to volunteer for the exhibit booth, please click here to sign up:
https://contactvvma.wufoo.com/forms/z52jvfw0fvti9i/
Free lunches and entrance to the exhibits!

If you are available, please email us at [email protected]

05/27/2019
National Association of Federal Veterinarians

National Association of Federal Veterinarians

As we remember those who gave all in the service to this great nation let us recall the service of the Army Veterinary Corps which had two line duty deaths. The article is from 2016. I know veterinarians serve in all the Uniformed Services. Please add your specific commemoration of those unsung heroes as well as any of our fellow federal veterinarians who died while performing their official duties.

https://www.avma.org/News/JAVMANews/Pages/160601a.aspx

New certificate program supports veterinary wellbeing
05/23/2019
New certificate program supports veterinary wellbeing

New certificate program supports veterinary wellbeing

AVMA is proud to begin offering a new certificate program that empowers veterinarians and team members with the knowledge and skills to create a culture of wellbeing in their veterinary workplace. …

04/27/2019
04/24/2019
U.S. braces for African swine fever

U.S. braces for African swine fever

As another virus deadly to swine spreads in Asia, swine veterinarians across North America are trying to identify any remaining flaws in their biosecurity

CE Opportunity in Tysons Corner!
04/17/2019

CE Opportunity in Tysons Corner!

One Health Academy, Washington, DC presents Dr. Lee Willingham discussing- Addressing the Burden of Parasitic Zoonoses o...
03/08/2019
One Health Commission

One Health Academy, Washington, DC presents Dr. Lee Willingham discussing-

Addressing the Burden of Parasitic Zoonoses of Public Health and Agricultural Importance -
One Health in Action!

Wednesday, March 13, 2019, 6:45 pm EST

Webinar support provided by the One Health Commission

Free webinar: But you must register (https://bit.ly/2GAf0li) to receive your unique login.

Able to attend in person? Light snacks and Social hour start at 6PM.
Talk/webinar starts at 6:45PM.

The One Health Academy meets at the AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MICROBIOLOGY at 1752 N St NW, Washington, DC every second Wednesday, September - June. There is a 50 person space limit, so please RSVP by Tuesday, March 12 to attend in person. In Person cost is $10 ($5 for students).

Dr. Arve Lee Willingham graduated (DVM) from the University of Georgia's College of Veterinary Medicine in 1986. Following four years of private veterinary practice he served as a Peace Corps volunteer (1990-1992) in the Middle Atlas Mountains of Morocco, where he developed an interest in parasitic worm zoonoses of both public health and agricultural importance in developing countries. This interest led to a Fulbright Graduate Research Fellowship (1993) and PhD (1994-1997) study programs on zoonotic schistosomiasis at the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University in Denmark. His research work was recognized by the American Veterinary Medical Association (Samuel F. Scheidy Excellence in Research Award in 1995) and the American Association of Veterinary Parasitologists (Graduate Student Research Award in 1996).

From 1997-2010, Dr. Willingham was involved in projects in Africa funded by the Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA) aimed at strengthening research capacity on parasitic worm diseases of livestock belonging to small-scale farmers. From 2004-2006, he was seconded by DANIDA to the Nairobi-based International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) to work with their project on human health impacts of livestock keeping. Dr Willingham was lead organizer of international meetings on cysticercosis held in Arusha, Tanzania (2002) and Bellagio, Italy (2004 and 2006) and assisted in the establishment of the Regional Network for Asian Schistosomiasis plus Other Helminth Zoonoses (RNAS+) and the Cysticercosis Working Group in Eastern and Southern Africa (CWGESA) for which he currently serves as an adviser. In November 2007, he organized, on behalf of the World Health Organization (WHO), the regional meeting Integrated Control of Neglected Zoonoses in Africa held in Kenya.

Dr. Willingham worked at the World Health Organization's Special Program for Tropical Diseases Research and Training (TDR) based in Geneva, Switzerland from 2010-2013, where he facilitated identification and prioritization of global research needs for helminth and zoonotic diseases as well as environment, agriculture and infectious diseases and assisted in initiating TDR's new research programme on environmental and climate change impacts on vector-borne diseases.

Since November 2013, Dr. Willingham has resided in the West Indies, where he currently serves as the Associate Dean for Research and Postgraduate Studies and Professor of One Health at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (RUSVM) on the Caribbean island of St Kitts. He served three years as the inaugural Director of RUSVM's One Health Center for Zoonoses and Tropical Veterinary Medicine and is currently the President of the Central American and Caribbean Association of Parasitology and Tropical Medicine and a Board member of the One Health Commission.

Thank you to the One Health Commission for making it possible to share this discussion with a wider audience. The webinar broadcast is free but if you can donate $5, $10 or more it will help the Commission continue providing these educational services to the Global One Health.

One Health Commission

02/28/2019
www.fao.org

Food and Agriculture Organization (United Nations) FAO has a position opening for an animal health expert to work on AMR

VA 1900435 Animal Health Officer (Antimicrobial Resistance And Public Health) P-4 AGA
http://www.fao.org/fileadmin/user_upload/VA/pdf/1900435.pdf

Know a student in the DMV who is interested in veterinary medicine? Please share info about this upcoming career fair br...
02/20/2019
2019 AAVMC Career Fair Regstration

Know a student in the DMV who is interested in veterinary medicine?
Please share info about this upcoming career fair brought to you by the American Association of Veterinary Medical Colleges (AAVMC)
Sunday March 10, 2019 1pm-5pm
Hyatt Regency Washington DC

The event is free for any high school or undergraduate student with an interest in the veterinary medical profession.
Students and their parents ask questions and pick up informational materials about schools, admissions requirements, and veterinary careers from more than 20 veterinary medical schools at display tables staffed by college representatives

Register here: https://tinyurl.com/2019AAVMCCareerFair

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The DCVMA is open to all veterinarians who live, work, or have an interest in the District. Enjoy great perks such as networking with fellow veterinarians, and discounts on regional conferences. Our socials along with other related events can be found on the events page. Join today, there are not many deals better than this in DC!

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I am Kristina Recruiter with Banfield Pet Hospital. We are currently seeking Veterinarians for our amazing D.C Yards Location. I can be contacted at [email protected]. Please feel free to share my contact information. We are offering Sign-on and Relocation! Our state-of-the-art veterinary hospital, with modern technology, offers the best opportunity for growth in the field and in your practice, which enables you to offer our patients the highest quality of care. Banfield offers you an environment that will allow you to provide the best care you can provide! • Eligibility to enroll in the Veterinarian Student Debt Relief Program • Personal development plans designed to define your career goals • Optimum Wellness Plans for up to three pets • Variety of discounts including Mars, PetSmart, Royal Cain, fitness, cellular, and so much more How do you learn more…reach out to Kristina Holmes call/text 773-230-8756
Happy to see that our local DC news #WUSA9 captured the emotional impacts of our veterinary profession! Even more proud that our own DCVMA members - AVMA house of delegate - Dr. Will McCauley and Dr. Chris Miller of AtlasVet in D.C shared their story!
Hello Everyone! Join us on Saturday, May 18th for Perspectives 2019. A joint CE event with the specialties of the Hope Center! To register go to: https://synergyvip.com/events-ce/
DCPA is hosting a CE workshop on Mindful Self-Compassion. To register for the workshop go to: http://www.dcpsychology.org/event-3082272
The National Association of Federal Veterinarians is seeking a new Executive Vice President. Job Posting: http://bit.ly/2j3PsAc The National Association of Federal Veterinarians seeks new Executive Vice President! The ideal person would be dynamic, energetic, and interested in advancing the veterinary medical profession in federal, military and policy advocacy. The EVP should have the ability to identify common goals and build consensus opinion for common objectives to support NAFV members in the federal and military workforce. Even more importantly, the EVP should have the drive to grow the organization membership and mentor future leaders in the federal and military veterinary profession and organization. Company: National Association of Federal Veterinarians Location: 1910 Sunderland Place NW, Washington, DC 20036 Employee Type: Full-Time or Part-Time Industry: Non-Profit Job Type: Executive, Veterinary Education Experience: At least 10 year(s) Annual Salary: negotiable Manages Others: Yes Post Date: 11/29/17 With any questions, candidates can contact the NAFV national office at [email protected] or 202-223-4878. National Association of Federal Veterinarians 1910 Sunderland Place, NW Washington, D.C. 20036 Office: 202 - 223 - 4878 | www.nafv.org | [email protected]
In a recent survey in one state, only 26% of the veterinarians were aware that the AVMA was now recommending spay neuter of cats prior to 5 months of age. If all practicing veterinarians implemented sterilization of cats by 5 months of age, the number of unintended litters of kittens would be significantly reduced. https://www.felinefixbyfive.org/why-the-change-in-recommended-age-of-sterilization-of-cats.
It's not too late to join HSVMA and VIN to discuss financial wellness. Wednesday, September 13th at 8:00 pm (ET), when HSVMA will present their latest RACE-approved webinar: Climbing Mt. Debt: Understanding Your Student Loans and Navigating Your Repayment Options During this webinar, Dr. Tony Bartels, from the Veterinary Information Network (VIN) will discuss how to understand your student loans and ways to navigate your repayment options. Get more details and sign up Sign up for the webinar here. https://hsvma.memberclicks.net/index.php?option=com_mc&view=mc&mcid=72&eventId=531377&orgId=hsvma https://hsvma.memberclicks.net/index.php?option=com_mc&view=mc&mcid=72&eventId=531377&orgId=hsvma Mark your calendars and join us Wednesday evening for this session! HSVMA webinars are a free member benefit. If you are not a member you are welcome to participate in this webinar for a $49 fee or JOIN NOW so you can take advantage of free access to this and future webinars. This program (RACE program number 237-30430) is approved by the AAVSB RACE to offer a total of 1.5 CE Credits, with a maximum of 1.5 CE Credits being available to any individual Veterinary Medical Professionals. This approval is valid in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE; however, participants are responsible for ascertaining each board's CE requirements. RACE does not "accredit" or "endorse" or "certify" any program or person, nor does RACE approval validate the content of the program. 
Hurricane Harvey Disaster Response Update The key organizations and agencies responsible for that response in Texas have expressed gratitude for the outpouring of offers to help, and would like the veterinary community to know the following: DON"T SELF-DEPLOY! While the good intentions are appreciated, a systematic response is essential for effective, efficient progress of response and recovery efforts. Self-deploying volunteers can actually complicate and add to the work of local emergency management officials. Please do not enter a disaster-stricken area unless you are part of an organized response team with authorized access. Future volunteer work is possible The agencies tasked with response and recovery will identify needs for volunteers, and those volunteers will be coordinated through the incident management system. If you are interested in volunteering time to aid recovery efforts you should register now with the National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (www.nvoad.org) and then await word on how and where your efforts can help. The Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners has applications available for Temporary Emergency Licenses for out-of-state veterinarians who expect to deploy in Texas. To facilitate supporting future incidents, veterinarians may want to consider joining and training with a veterinary medical emergency response team, such as a state veterinary medical reserve corps or local Medical Reserve Corps programs (https://mrc.hhs.gov). Donate if you can Emergency officials say the best way to help at present is to donate to reputable organizations that will funnel the right aid to the people who need it. You might consider these: American Veterinary Medical Foundation www.avmf.org Texas Veterinary Medical Foundation www.texvetpets.org Houston SPCA www.houstonspca.org SPCA of Texas www.spca.org Stay informed The American Veterinary Medical Association has created a special website page (www.avma.org) covering Hurricane Harvey information for veterinarians, including how AVMA member veterinarians participating in rescue and emergency care related to Hurricane Harvey may apply for reimbursement grants through the AVMF.
Our thoughts go out to the people and animals affected by the catastrophic flooding unfolding in Texas. The Texas Veterinary Medical Foundation (TVMF) is working to assist veterinarians as they care for pets displaced by the storm. Donations are being accepted by the TVMF’s Disaster Relief fund to help them ensure that these veterinarians have all the supplies that they need to care for sick or injured pets. If you would like to help, please consider making a donation to the TVMF. AVMA also sent out in information in a separate email on ways to help. Thank you!
VETERINARIAN FOR SPAY/NEUTER CLINIC – FULL-TIME/ PART-TIME/OR FLEXIBLE Do you want to lead an exciting new venture to manage unwanted pet overpopulation? The Fix‘Em Clinic, a High Quality, High Volume, Low Cost Spay/Neuter clinic in Charleston, West Virginia, is seeking a veterinarian to perform surgical sterilizations and wellness services. We are an organization passionate about preventing the unnecessary suffering and euthanasia of cats and dogs due to overpopulation and preventable diseases. You will be supported by a skilled staff in a newly remodeled facility equipped with new state of the art equipment. As a Humane Alliance approved clinic all staff will receive specialized training at their headquarters in Asheville, NC. Responsibilities include: providing high volume, high quality, dog and cat spay/neuter surgeries; ensuring safe, effective, and efficient medical procedures; and providing wellness services. Candidates must have a strong work ethic and a commitment to reducing companion and feral animal overpopulation, and maintain the highest standards possible in our field. Candidates will need to be able to thrive in a high volume, fast paced environment. Training will be provided by Humane Alliance on techniques for high quality, high volume spay/neuter. A DVM degree from an accredited school of veterinary medicine and West Virginia license to practice veterinary medicine are required. Experience working as a spay/neuter surgeon and/or background in small animal medicine is preferred but new graduates are welcome to apply. Candidate must have a positive attitude and be committed to treating animals and staff with kindness and respect. Regular work days are Monday – Friday, with availability to work some Saturday shifts. However, work hours are negotiable and surgery schedules may be revised to fit a 4-day schedule with an occasional Saturday. If you are interested in working less than a 40 hour work week there is an option to work part-time and share a work-week with another Veterinarian on a negotiated basis. Salary is very competitive at $90,000 (full time) and based on experience. Hours will be regular and predictable, so you have time to devote to family and other favorite pursuits. Excellent benefits include PTO, paid CE's, relocation reimbursement, paid licensing, medical insurance, and paid holidays. Part-time employee benefits will differ from full time. Charleston is a great place to live! Close to Columbus, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, and Lexington, KY. Breathtaking scenery and summer and winter outdoor activities (boating, whitewater rafting, hiking, skiing, biking, and much more!) are within an hour’s drive. We are a small and friendly city, with a lively arts and culture scene. Plus, the cost of living is very low! If interested send a cover letter and resume to [email protected] or to P.O. Box 7349, Charleston, WV 25313. Phone: 866-FixEmWV (866-349-3698) Job Type: Full-time or Part-time Salary: $90,000 (full-time)