American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP)
The AAEP, which has nearly 9,300 veterinarians and veterinary students as members in 61 countries, has a mission to improve the health and welfare of the horse, to further the professional development of its members, and to provide resources and leadership for the benefit of the equine industry.
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American Veterinary Medical Association Practice Liability Insurance Trust (AVMA PLIT)
The AVMA founded the Trust in 1962 as a means to ensure that veterinarians would have an advocate in the management of their professional liability claims. Since the 1960s, this has been a vital component of the PLIT-sponsored Program. Building on the success of the malpractice insurance program, the PLIT expanded its sponsored program offerings to include veterinary license defense, business owner policies, workers’ compensation, employment practices liability, automobile, and comprehensive personal insurance solutions for AVMA and student AVMA members.
British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA)
BEVA is a world leading equine veterinary association with members across the globe. We are a highly regarded authority representing the industry at the highest level, running outstanding continuing professional development, and producing universally respected journals.
World Equine Veterinary Association (WEVA)
The World Equine Veterinary Association is working to advance the health and welfare of horses worldwide by promoting and offering quality continuing education for equine practitioners, specifically in countries with limited access to high-quality, broad-based professional education.
New Zealand Equine Veterinary Association (NZEVA)
The NZEVA is a special interest branch of the New Zealand Veterinary Association with over 270 members. We provide leadership within the New Zealand equine industry to improve the health and welfare of horses, promote excellence within the veterinary profession as the primary guardians of the health and welfare of horses, and promote the value of proven science based equine veterinary medicine to our clients.
The International Society of Equine Locomotor Pathology (ISELP)
Formed in the United States under the direction of Dr. Jean-Marie Denoix, The International Society of Equine Locomotor Pathology (ISELP) is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Educational Association focused on lameness in the equine athlete. The goal of ISELP is to provide contemporary knowledge and techniques in the continually evolving field of equine locomotor analysis to better prepare the equine clinician to understand and manage lameness conditions in the equine athlete.
American Association of Equine Veterinary Technicians and Associates (AAEVT)
We are a community of individuals who are committed to making a difference in the life of our equine patients and their owners. Since 2004, the AAEVT leadership has committed to advocate for the entire equine veterinary health care team, growing our community from 250 members to more than 1,000 members worldwide.