By Leslie Stewart, Heidi McKinley, and Jennifer Gess This case study addresses the human-animal interaction component of the One Health Framework and will equip students in the health professions with the knowledge necessary to analyze the potential health benefits of animal assisted therapy (AAT) and to understand the interdisciplinary application of AAT interventions to prevent […]
This booklet describes developmental milestones for each of the thirty-two competencies. A milestone is an observable marker of an individual’s ability along a developmental continuum. The CBVE milestones are written at four levels to describe the behaviors of a typical learner: Novice: the minimum expectation for entry to clinical rotations Advanced Beginner: developing competence Competent: […]
The AAVMC Competency-Based Veterinary Education (CBVE) Working Group is developing a number of documents to assist in the dissemination of their work. In a companion document entitled “CBVE Framework”, the nine domains of competence are defined along with a list of competencies for each domain. Domains are broad distinguishable areas of competence that constitute a […]
Competency-Based Veterinary Education (CBVE) is an approach modeled after competencybased medical education and is designed to prepare graduates for professional careers by confirming their ability to meet the needs of animals and the expectations of society. This approach focuses on outcomes-based and learner-centered education and assessment. The CBVE framework consists of nine domains of competence, […]
This video celebrates the AAVMC’s move to a new building at 655 K Street NW in Washington, DC, and thanks our many collaborators.
This video introduces students to the exciting world of veterinary medicine and its many options.
This video tribute to the AAVMC features comments about the value of the organization and future directions from a series of past and present leaders. It was initially shared during the AAVMC’s 50th Anniversary Gala Celebration in Washington.
This video presentation, shared during the the opening of the AAVMC’s 50th Anniversary Gala Celebration in Washington, D.C., profiles our international association of 49 accredited colleges of veterinary medicine.
This presentation outlines the AAVMC’s advocacy work and member participation during our annual Advocacy Day, where we visit our nation’s legislators to advocate on behalf of academic veterinary medicine.
The anniversary Facebook page will feature anniversary celebration news, collect and showcase information about what our member institutions are doing at the local level to advance the celebration. Members are invited to Tweet and leverage other social platforms as well.