Registration opens for AVMA Convention 2022

For more information Phone: 847-285-6687 Cell: 847-732-6194
For immediate release: 03/03/2022
Philadelphia will host AVMA’s return to an in-person event

(SCHAUMBURG, Illinois) March 3, 2022—Registration is now open for the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Convention 2022, which will be held July 29-August 2 in Philadelphia, marking the AVMA’s first in-person convention since 2019.

The AVMA will also offer a virtual convention option from July 28-31, streaming select education sessions to attendees online and including an extra day of wellness and diversity, equity and inclusion sessions. All of the virtual offerings will be available on-demand after the convention.

Registration for the convention is available online at AVMA.org/Convention.

Attendees of AVMA Convention 2022 will have access to the most complete selection of veterinary CE anywhere, including workshops, panels and lectures taught by experts in veterinary medicine. Content areas include tracks in:

  • Companion animal medicine
  • Food animal/equine
  • Interactive labs and workshops
  • Poultry
  • Practice management
  • Professional development
  • Public and corporate practice
  • Veterinary technology

In addition, hundreds of exhibitors will be on site, showcasing and demonstrating everything from the latest high-tech medical innovations to pet products and services that will soon become available to pet owners.

More information on keynote speakers, special events, and other details of this year’s AVMA Convention 2022 will be coming soon.

Because the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, and because the health and wellbeing of attendees are of the utmost importance, the AVMA will be closely monitoring requirements in the city of Philadelphia and will update plans and protocols as necessary.

For more updates on Convention 2022 as they become available, including CE sessions, speakers, virtual events and more, please visit AVMA.org/Convention.

About the AVMA

Serving more than 99,500 member veterinarians, the AVMA is the nation's leading representative of the veterinary profession, dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of animals, humans and the environment. Founded in 1863 and with members in every U.S. state and territory and more than 60 countries, the AVMA is one of the largest veterinary medical organizations in the world. Informed by our members' unique scientific training and clinical knowledge, the AVMA supports the crucial work of veterinarians and advocates for policies that advance the practice of veterinary medicine and improve animal and human health.