What's up at WDA?
If you have not yet done so, it is time to renew your membership for 2022 and some important reasons to do it today!
Renew online HERE.
1. The WDA Council extends 2021 pandemic relief membership rates for 2022. Membership rates for 2022 will be the same as they were for 2021 - a 20% reduction off 2019 rates. These rates are for all membership categories. The discount is applied to a 1-year membership. If you renew for 2 or 3 years you will receive the discount for the first year only. Regular members will still be eligible to apply for lifetime membership if they are 65 or over and have been a member continuously for a minimum of 5 years.
2. Continuation of free author page charges in 2022. Free author page charges for Regular, student and lifetime WDA members or an individual in any membership category who’s listed address is one of the 123 countries that receive free access to JWD. This member benefit is available through December 31st of 2022. To see specific guidelines please click HERE.
FAQ’s for the new website:
How do I access BioOne Complete?
If you are a Regular, Student, Life or Emeritus member then you have access to BioOne Complete which is a database of 214 subscribed and open-access titles covering the biological, ecological, and environmental sciences.
Log into the site under Login then go to Resources. Under Resources select Member Benefits then BioOne. Once on this BioOne page, scroll down and click on Access BioOne Complete. This will take you to BioOne Complete under the “Access Provided by WDA”.
Questions? Please contact email@example.com.
Be part of the Wildlife Disease Association
The WDA is looking to professionalize and grow our communications. We want to increase our impact by growing our social and traditional media presence and developing a greater online presence through dynamic and effective content. We want to develop valuable communications resources for our membership, including new approaches to disseminating news such as professional newsletters, blogs and/or podcasts; and for the broader community, by developing scientific media content such as videos and animations and coordinating communication across multiple channels in promotional events. We want to promote our association, our published science, our values and wildlife health.
This is an opportunity to be an integral part of a highly motivated international scientific/conservation organisation with enormous unrealized potential, and to have a significant positive impact on our association and our mission. We are looking to introduce and facilitate new ways of communicating, supported by a passionate team of contracted staff and professional volunteers, to advance wildlife and environmental health. For further information click HERE.
Please pass this announcement on to anyone you think may be interested.
Wildlife Disease Association Urges World Leaders to Act Now on Climate Change. The YouTube video can be viewed HERE.
WDA Council has released a response to the UN Climate Change Conference COP26 which you can read HERE.
One Health How it Relates to All of Us
Join Wildlife Disease Association President Andrew Peters as he describes WDA's members role in addressing One Health. His YouTube video may be accessed HERE.