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Conference forecast for 2024

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dvm360dvm360 January 2024
Volume 55
Issue 1
Pages: 12
Fetch Nashville

An inside look at our upcoming veterinary conferences for the new year

Outside the Kansas City Convention Center for our Fetch Central conference.

Outside the Kansas City Convention Center for our Fetch Central conference.

After a successful year of veterinary conferences, dvm360 is looking forward to a new year filled with adventures and career developments as we host our conference favorites in some familiar cities across the country. This year will offer attendees more continuing education (CE) opportunities and networking prospects.

We plan to bring back great events such as Fetch dvm360 conferences in Charlotte, North Carolina; Nashville, Tennessee; Kansas City, Missouri; Atlantic City, New Jersey; and Long Beach, California.

“Having the privilege to hang with friends and making new ones in the new year is always a pleasure. Our Fetch vibe creates an atmosphere of community, connections, and collaborations. 2024 is going to be a fantastic time in the world of veterinary continuing education with the evolution of new advancements, products, and technology. I can't wait to see you there!” said our chief veterinary officer, Adam Christman, DVM, MBA.

Fetch dvm360 conferences

Our regular round of Fetch dvm360 conferences comes back in 2024 with a new location in Nashville, Tennessee! Returning cities include on the East Coast, in Charlotte, North Carolina, happening March 15 to 17. For the Midwest, the Fetch conference will be headed to Kansas City, Missouri, August 23 to 25. On the Jersey Shore, Fetch Coastal will be in Atlantic City, New Jersey, October 14 to 16. Wrapping up the year will be our West Coast conference in Long Beach, California, December 6 to 8.

Join us at any of these Fetch conference locations for an engaging educational experience. Earn CE credits and network with peers, friends, faculty, and exhibitors. We provide interactive sessions that help attendees walk away retaining more information and clinical knowledge, as well as sessions that focus on well-being and communication skills.

In a previous interview, Fetch keynote speaker Tasha McNerney, BS, CVT, CVPP, VTS (Anesthesia & Analgesia), said, “I like Fetch conferences because I’m kind of laid-back and I feel like Fetch conferences are pretty laid-back. And that’s not to say that they don’t have some really good science and medical information... That’s what I like, is that not only are we going to talk about the medicine, and the research, and the science, but we’re also going to talk about, how does this actually look in the real world? In practice? How is this actually attainable? I think that’s where Fetch does a really good job of not only the science but also the practicality of implementing some of these things in real life.”

Fetch conferences will also feature engaging Lunch & Learn sessions including Lunch with a Legend and Peer to Peer Luncheon.

Visit our conference page for more information and to register for one of these upcoming conferences.

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