Thanks for a great AVMA Convention 2019!

Published on August 13, 2019

Thank you to the more than 8,000 attendees, exhibitors, educators, and others who made AVMA Convention 2019 a monumental success. It was great to see so many colleagues and team members come together to learn, grow, and have fun!

If you weren’t able to join us in Washington, D.C., you can still get a taste of the excitement, inspiration, and top-notch learning that took place in this 90-second highlights reel. And if you were with us in D.C., we invite you to relive some of your favorite Convention moments right here:

Get your CE certificates

Now is the perfect time to download your CE certificates if you haven’t already done so. You can email or download them right from the AVMA Convention app or from your desktop through the mobile app website.

Learning beyond Convention

With the huge number of CE sessions offered at Convention this year, we hope you were able to pack your schedule with everything you had planned. If you missed a session, or if you weren’t able to join us in Washington, we have good news. We’ll be adding a new Best of Convention & Events CE category on AVMA Axon with some of the most popular CE sessions. Stay tuned for more information on this in the coming weeks. In the meantime, Axon has plenty of other CE webinars to satisfy your learning appetite. They’re free for AVMA members and available here.

We’re already counting down the days until AVMA Convention 2020, which will take place in sunny San Diego July 31-August 4. Be sure to mark your calendar, and sign up for Convention emails to stay up to date on all the details. We can’t wait to see you there!

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