Call for abstracts: Share your expertise at 2017 AVMA Convention

Do you have expert-level knowledge to share with your veterinary colleagues? If so, the AVMA Convention CE planners are looking for you! The search is on now for world-class continuing education (CE) sessions to be presented at the 2017 AVMA Convention, which will take place July 21-25, 2017, in Indianapolis. Abstracts are being accepted through September 25, 2016.

Call-for-AbstractsThe AVMA Convention brings together veterinarians, veterinary technicians, practice staff and other veterinary professionals. The broad range of veterinary CE topics offered at the conference allows attendees to enhance their professional competencies in areas ranging from scientific knowledge and patient treatment to practice management, wellness and personal development. Abstracts are being accepted in the following curriculum tracks:

  • Companion Animal Medicine
  • Food Animal/Equine
  • Interactive Laboratory/Workshop
  • Practice Management
  • Professional Development
  • Public & Corporate Practice
  • Veterinary Technology

This is a great opportunity to share your knowledge with veterinary colleagues while expanding your own professional network. Submitting a CE proposal is easy using the online abstract submission website. All abstracts will be reviewed by the Convention Education Program Committee.

Not interested in being a speaker? That’s OK; you’re welcome to attend and soak up the expertise provided by your colleagues. Keep an eye on the convention pages and AVMA Convention Facebook page for updates throughout the year. Indy’s a great town for a conference, and we hope to see you there!

2 thoughts on “Call for abstracts: Share your expertise at 2017 AVMA Convention

  1. Will you be accepting abstracts for poster presentations and student presentations? If so, what will be the deadlines for those presentations?

    • Kathleen,
      I checked with our Convention division, and abstracts for poster presentations will be accepted for the AVMA Convention 2017. The Convention Education Program Committee is still working on the details, so we’ll keep you posted. I think it’s safe to say that the deadline will be later than the deadline for presentations, which is Sept 26.