Member’s corner: The latest news from AAHA
There are a lot of different ways to communicate, and sometimes news can get lost in the shuffle. AAHA wants to make sure our members are up to date on the latest we are offering you. In case you missed it, you might be interested in some of our recent developments:
Get ready for Connexity
A little confused by what Connexity is and how it’s going to be different from conferences of the past?
This post from AAHA’s Red blog highlights some of the most important changes.
As a departure from the traditional veterinary conference, Connexity will focus on impactful networking and transformational learning techniques, including field trips, case study work, and small group problem solving.
Ready to experience Connexity for yourself? Mark your calendar for September 13–16, 2018 and sign up to receive updates at aaha.org/connexity.
AAHA Press spring sale
We’re celebrating spring with a sale! Save up to 70% on a select number of AAHA titles:
- Canine Medical Massage: Techniques and Clinical Applications
- What’s Next? A Guide to Veterinary Ultrasound of the Eye, Neck, and Shoulder and Guided Sampling Techniques
- Client Satisfaction Pays: Quality Service for Practice Success
- The Genetic Connection: A Guide to Health Problems in Purebred Dogs, Second Edition
The sale runs until June 22, but some of the titles are in limited supply! Get shopping at aaha.org/spring.
Accredited members now receive free shipping
You asked. We listened. Starting May 1, 2017, all AAHA-accredited members will receive free shipping on orders from the AAHA Store.
This exclusive new benefit allows us to demonstrate our commitment to our members and offer the highest quality service.
Free shipping is automatic on standard delivery to accredited members in the US and Canada no matter how you place the order—online, by phone, email, or fax. No minimum purchase is necessary.
Not receiving AAHA emails? Here’s the fix
Recently, an AAHA member reached out and asked us to add her to the distribution list for NEWStat. After doing some research, we discovered the member was already included on that distribution list, but the emails she received from AAHA were most likely going directly to her Junk folder.
Does this sound familiar? If you feel like you’re missing out on email communications from AAHA, follow our quick checklist to ensure our messages are landing in your inbox.