Share what you know: Become an AVMA Convention presenter

Published on September 16, 2022
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Proposals for Convention 2023 CE sessions due October 7

Do you have an idea for a CE seminar that would resonate with colleagues?

The AVMA Convention Education Program Committee is accepting proposals through Friday, October 7, for continuing education (CE) sessions to be presented at AVMA Convention 2023, taking place July 14-18 in Denver.

If you have information to share with colleagues, the convention planners want to hear from you. Convention CE covers all species and aspects of veterinary medicine – from honeybees to horses, emerging topics to emergency rooms, animal welfare to wellbeing. Whatever your passion and expertise, your colleagues want to learn from you.

Submit a proposal

What does it take to be a presenter? Once you have an idea for your presentation, head over to the abstract submission website and follow the instructions to submit your proposal. AVMA Convention provides a broad range of CE for the whole veterinary team, so the planning committee looks for sessions that will be meaningful and informative for both newcomers and experienced professionals. If you’d like some inspiration, look to this list of the most popular sessions presented at AVMA Convention 2022.

Presenting a CE session at AVMA Convention is a great way to share your knowledge and help colleagues across the whole veterinary community. You’ll meet new friends, make long-lasting professional connections, and build out your CV. Abstracts must be submitted no later than Friday, October 7. Learn more and submit a proposal.

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