The Australasian Association of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging was created in 1995 to promote diagnostic imaging to veterinary practitioners. The associations constitution is registered with the Department of Fair Trading [New South Wales state government]. AAVDI is a not for profit organisation, with all moneys raised from its activities being devoted to furthering the aims of the association
The affairs of AAVDI are administered by an elected committee, with all positions filled in an honorary capacity. An Association Administrator was employed in 2001 to provide administrative assistance on a part time basis to provide managerial and book keeping assistance. The committee [see Office Bearers] is elected at the annual meeting of the association.
Standards of Practice
To promote the highest possible standards of practice in veterinary diagnostic imaging
Research and Development
To promote the study and development of veterinary radiography, radiology, ultrasonography, radiation oncology, and other veterinary applications of diagnostic imaging or radiobiology
To maintain an awareness of safety measures commensurate with the proper use of ionising radiation
To encourage publication in the sphere of veterinary diagnostic imaging
To represent veterinary diagnostic imaging within other veterinary organisations
To provide an organisation for those who have an interest in veterinary diagnostic imaging, and to promote social interaction and good fellowship amongst members of the organisation
The Australasian Association of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging is governed by a constitution which serves as a contract between the association and our members. A copy of the constitution can be seen here:
Sarah Davies & Nola Lester
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