American Veterinarian Unveils Agenda for the Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference
The meeting will feature robust discussions on pressing issues and innovative diagnostic and treatment approaches in veterinary medicine.
CRANBURY, N.J.—(BUSINESS WIRE)—American Veterinarian®, a premier multimedia provider of cutting-edge veterinary news, research and conference coverage, has released the agenda for the Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference (ACVC) on Oct. 8-11 at the Atlantic City Convention Center in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The meeting focuses on the latest strategies to drive veterinary practices forward.
“We are thrilled to share this multifaceted agenda that delves into wide-ranging topics,” said Chris Hennessy, publisher of American Veterinarian®. “This comprehensive platform presents an excellent opportunity for veterinarians to not only learn but also collaborate to propel the field forward.”
The event will explore pressing topics in the areas of oncology, equine health, critical care, pain management, dermatology and anesthesia. Attendees will gain insight into issues such as seizure management, feline chronic enteropathy, anesthetic protocols and much more. Additionally, the conference will highlight recent developments in the use of cannabis in veterinary medicine and the role of opioids in treating pain.
Now in its 29th year, ACVC is a multiday educational event that offers over 200 hours of veterinary continuing education approved by the Registry of Approved Continuing Education. In addition to content for veterinarians, the conference offers custom educational tracks geared specifically toward technicians, practice managers and front office staff. Attendees will also have access to over 200 exhibitors and many opportunities to network and collaborate with their peers.
To register, visit acvc.org.
About American Veterinarian®
American Veterinarian®, a comprehensive clinical information platform with resources both online and in print, provides companion animal practitioners with comprehensive news and information designed to improve patient outcomes and positively affect the way veterinarians practice. In fulfilling our mission to provide a broader view of medicine that encompasses the intertwined worlds of science, medicine and health, American Veterinarian® features the latest news, clinical updates, product information and conference coverage.
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