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The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) would like to congratulate the six veterinarians recognised in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours.
In supporting the mental health and wellbeing of veterinarians, the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) firmly believes that addressing the risk factors should be the primary focus in reducing the high rate of suicide within the veterinary profession.
Following last night’s SBS Insight special discussing suicide and mental health in the veterinary profession, the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) is calling for greater public awareness of the pressures faced by veterinarians.
Dr Warwick Vale has become national President of the AVA, after serving the past 18 months on the Board. Warwick has 30 years experience in equine veterinary, with a passion in leadership, governance and clinical practice.
The COVID-19 pandemic highlights the important and essential role that veterinarians play in the areas of biosecurity, food security and the health and welfare of animals – and the broader benefit this has to our society, especially during this challenging time.
The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) and RSPCA Queensland are encouraging pet owners to continue to proactively care for their pets, hobby farm animals and livestock during the current COVID-19 crisis. Obviously in some cases this may mean travelling to bring food to animals and arranging veterinary care when required.
The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) is calling on the federal government to acknowledge the important role veterinarians play in society following Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s announcement of a lockdown on ‘non-essential’ businesses and services to curb the spread of the COVID-19.
AVA President Dr Julia Crawford has released a video message today, regarding the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic for Australian pet owners and veterinarians. 
The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) are advising pet owners to keep the welfare of their pets a priority, in response to the recent report from Hong Kong of human-to-animal transmission in a pet dog.
Dr Ian Bradshaw, president of the Australian Cattle Veterinarians (ACV), said veterinarians and rural communities should be insulted at the suggestion that the decision by the Queensland government to back lay operators would not have a negative impact on veterinary businesses and the services they provide in rural communities.

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