From the ACVIM:
Dear ACVIM Colleagues,
We are excited to share ACVIM Forum updates with you today! Reflecting on the challenges presented this year, one success story was the rapid transition to a virtual event, bringing us the 2020 ACVIM Forum On Demand, providing high-quality CE to over 3,200 virtual participants thus far.
Looking forward to 2021, we carefully weighed all of the options and took many factors into account including the uncertainty surrounding the safety and ease of travel and large gatherings and made the difficult decision not to meet in person next year. Instead, we are excited to announce the 2021 ACVIM Forum will be virtual. Offering live-streamed presentations, opportunities for virtual networking, access to on demand sessions and the latest in research, all taking place on the dates you have already marked on your calendar, June 9-12, 2021.
While we all miss the opportunities for face-to-face connections, we are confident that when we meet again in-person, the ACVIM Forum will be even more robust, featuring in-person presentations alongside virtual offerings. The expertise gained from this year’s quick transition and the broader experiences we plan for the 2021 ACVIM Forum will set us up for long-term success in providing the educational content you want, wherever you are and with access to even more sessions than before.
The ACVIM is dedicated to delivering the highest quality and most relevant content to you June 9-12, 2021, in addition to three months of on demand access following the live event. We are eager to bring you cutting-edge programming optimized for a virtual environment. Working closely with our volunteer committees and the aligned groups that come together during our live conference, we will continue to deliver outstanding learning opportunities and the latest in veterinary research. Dedicated virtual networking offerings will provide the ability for connection we have all been missing during the pandemic.
Linda Fineman, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology)
Chief Executive Officer, ACVIM
VP of Meetings, Marketing and Education, ACVIM
ACVIM Forum has extended the deadline to submit proposals to speak at the 2019 Forum in Phoenix next June. Click HERE to submit.
ACVIM Forum is the premier CE event for veterinary internal medicine and we would love to have you as a part of it! Click Save the Date above to access the topic submission page. The deadline for submissions is August 27, 2018.
We have a full technician track across the conference, including lectures in SAIM, LAIM, Cardiology, Neurology, and Oncology. All topics submitted will be reviewed by our Program Committee as we build an awesome CE experience. We are especially interested in joint presentations with Diplomates and their VTS or other technicians presenting together. Visit the submission portal for details on the different types of presentations available.
Thank you for your interest!
Wondering if you would enjoy public speaking? Have you considered beginning to lecture and not sure how to start? Looking for invaluable critiques of your lecture in a fun and supportive atmosphere?
Join us at the ACVIM Forum in Seattle, WA
Wednesday, June 13th for the
Technician Case Report Presentations!
Click HERE for the submission information
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We welcome submissions from technicians for the 2018 ACVIM Forum, to be held in June in Seattle, WA. Topics in all areas of internal medicine will be considered, including Cardiology, Equine, Large Animal, Neurology, Nutrition, Oncology, Production Animal, Small Animal, and Transfusion practice.
This year, we are hoping to include joint Diplomate and Technician presentations in the ACVIM Forum. Please email us at email@example.com if you would like more information.
Click HERE to access the submission portal. The deadline for submission is September 13, 2017. We look forward to reviewing your topics!
Thank you for participating in this survey regarding CPR practices among Veterinary Technicians/Nurses. From the survey creators:
Are you a nurse/technician or veterinarian currently providing clinical veterinary care to small animals (dogs and/or cats)? If YES, then we are inviting you to participate in a survey on how veterinary professionals currently conduct CPR in dogs and cats. We would love to have your input!
This anonymous, internet-based survey was composed by veterinary criticalists at the University of Melbourne (Australia) and Cornell University. The survey contains less than 35-40 questions, and may take 10-15 minutes to complete. We hope you will find the time to take the survey.
Please follow this link to access the survey: https://redcap.vet.unimelb.edu.au/surveys/?s=4EKWYFYC4K
The results will be used to generate a manuscript and can be accessed in that form, once published.
Thank you for contributing your time and experience to this project!
Manu, Dan, and Íde
Manuel Boller, University of Melbourne
Dan Fletcher, Cornell University
Íde Gillespie, University of Melbourne"
Early Bird registration is now open for the ACVIM Forum! This is the premier veterinary internal medicine continuing education conference available and this year will be held in Washington, DC! Several of our Executive Board members will be speaking, too! Don't miss great social events with your fellow VTS-es, including the pinning reception and the general membership meeting. We can't wait to see you there!
Visit ACVIM.org to register today!