Veterinary Leadership Conference

Certain times demand that people ascend to a leadership role. It’s safe to say that now is one of those times. We are tackling some of the most pressing issues we have ever faced as a profession – from veterinary economics to veterinary medical education – and leadership is key to helping us find solutions that will allow us to continue to meet our responsibilities to both animals and people. 

The AVMA Veterinary Leadership Conference is one way for us to nurture and educate those who seek leadership opportunities in both veterinary practice and organized veterinary medicine. Held January 6-8, 2012, in Chicago, the VLC offers you three full days of networking and workshops designed to provide you with some of the best leadership training around. It’s open to all veterinary professionals interested in learning more about leadership, team building and how the AVMA works with you – and for you. 

Please consider attending the VLC. Hundreds of your veterinary colleagues will be there. Together, we can make a difference for our profession, and the animals and people we serve.

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  1. WE ARE EDUCATING TOO MANY VETERINARIANS. THIS IS AS MUCH TO BLAME AS THE RECESSION FOR OUR ECONOMIC WOES. WHEN AN OVERSUPPLY OF VETERINARIANS EXIST, SALARIES WILL ALWAYS BE LOW. IT IS THE SIMPLE LAW OF SUPPLY AND DEMAND!