Can't make it to the 92nd annual Western Veterinary Conference? We'll be there, and we'll keep you posted on the latest news and information from Las Vegas.
If you are a veterinary professional who lives in the left half of the United States, odds are you've been to the Western Veterinary Conference (WVC) at least once. And with good reason. This international event, currently in its 92nd year, covers topics in every area of veterinary medicine for every level of veterinary professional.
If you can't make it to this year's conference, which starts tomorrow and runs through Thursday, don't worry, dvm360.com will be on hand to bring you the latest news and clinical insight on everything from telemedicine to toxicology, practice management to parasitology, preventive care to professional development, and so much more.
About 15,000 veterinary professionals are expected to attend. This year’s conference theme, “Discover Your Why,” promises to empower attendees to discover their purpose within the veterinary community via a wide array of hands-on labs, small-group workshops and educational and networking opportunities.
“We’re thrilled to once again welcome those from across the U.S. and the globe to Las Vegas for the 2020 WVC Annual Conference,” says WVC CEO Andrea Davis in a release. “The start of a new decade is an exciting time to show the veterinary community that WVC continues to grow and get better, and during the conference we’re planning on sharing how we plan to take WVC into the future."