Registration Open for Virtual Purdue Veterinary Conference
The Purdue Veterinary Conference will feature a new twist for 2020, as it will be offered in a virtual format, which will allow attendees to join in on conference sessions and activities from their own home or office. The conference will utilize an app, called “Whova,” to launch the event in a virtual format, showcasing our persistent pursuit of the next giant leap in veterinary medicine! Conference registration is now open.
Even though the format will be different, the conference still offers a full range of top quality continuing education with a variety of tracks, including: Equine, Exotics, One Health and Emergency Preparedness, Practice Management, Ruminant, Small Animal, Swine, and Veterinary Nursing. Registrants can earn up to 24 hours of continuing education (CE) by virtually attending the conference. As a bonus, all paid registrants will receive a coupon code to access up to five additional hours of CE through Purdue Veterinary Medicine’s online course catalog – which is a $200 value. If you crunch the numbers, that’s nearly 30 hours of CE for less than $300 for veterinarians and less than $175 for veterinary nurses. You can’t afford to miss this conference!
Click here to see the outstanding line-up of industry experts and hot topics. The conference will feature Drs. Andy Roark, Mia Cary, Kemba Marshall, and Zenithson Ng as keynote speakers.
General education sessions will be conducted in a live, synchronous format. The conference sessions will count as in-person CE for licensing requirements, but they will be hosted virtually using our conference app. Attendees will be able to view the sessions, interact with speakers, visit exhibitor booths virtually, and network with other conference participants while using the app. Not only is Whova available on mobile devices, a desktop version will be available to view sessions from a laptop or desktop PC.
There’s no need to delay making plans to participate. Registration is open now for attendees and exhibitors. Click here for more information and to register.
This year’s conference would not be possible without the generosity of our sponsors: IDEXX, Banfield Pet Hospital, the Indiana Board of Animal Health/Indiana State Department of Health, Nutrena, Purina, Zoetis, Elanco, Hill’s Pet Nutrition, and Coyne Veterinary Services.
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