5/12: Governor Kemp has issued an executive order covering the reopening of businesses. The main item that relates to veterinarians is #17 on pg. 11 concerning the use of PIN pads, which now can be used if disinfected frequently. Click here to read the executive order. For the sake of health & safety concerns, there should be no rush to get back to “normal” and the GVMA recommends that you continue observing the safety protocols that you have instituted for your staff and your clients.
The GVMA office is mostly operational—feel free to call us at 678-309-9800 or email us at any time just as you normally would.
Our team is currently working from home. Physical mailings from our office will be delayed, including mailed invoice payments, CVA program materials, handbook orders, and so forth. We appreciate your understanding during this stressful time.
Becoming aware of tension in the body and cultivating the capacity to let the body relax can help to reduce the physical impact of acute and chronic stress, and anxiety. In this session, participants will learn a mindfulness practice for consciously releasing muscular tension in the body.
Please note: In order to create a sense of community, participants will be able to join this session with their webcam on. This is an interactive session and you are encouraged to participate. This webinar is available exclusively to GVMA Members at no cost. Space is limited.
Instructor: Dr. Laura Smallwood, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), RYT-200, Chair of GVMA Wellbeing & Resilience Committee
This session is devoted to answering questions producers and veterinarians have around their key role in maintaining a stable, secure, and cost effective food supply.
The GVMA is actively updating COVID-19 resources for our members. Our office is open and we can be contacted at GVMA@gvma.net or (678) 309-9800 should you need assistance.