Kansas City Fetch is officially underway
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Offering the ultimate 360-degree educational experience to network, brainstorm, and learn from more than dozens of nationally recognized faculty experts in veterinary medicine, we expect that the attendees in Kansas City will receive clear takeaways, resource materials, and strategies to take away from this meeting and immediately put into practice what you learned
“It’s been over a year since we last saw you in person, and all of us in the dvm360® family are more excited than ever to welcome you back safely to our conference,” Mike Hennessy Jr, president and CEO of MJH Life SciencesTM, the parent company of dvm360® said in a press release about the event.
Throughout the conference, attendees will have the chance to earn 28 high-quality, action-based continuing education credit hours.
Track highlights of the conference include cardiology, controlled substances, exotics, leadership, neurology, nutrition, ophthalmology, oncology, orthopedics, practice management, surgery, technician programs and so much more.
To kick off the conference, Betsy Charles, DVM, MA, and Mariana Pardo, MV, BVSc, DACVECC, delivered powerful and inspiring keynote addresses that will renew veterinarians’ passion for veterinary medicine.
The conference will also recognize the 2021 Hospital Design Competition overall and Merit Award winners during a special session today, August 27 at 12 pm CST. The VCA West Coast Specialty and Emergency Hospital in Fountain Valley, California, and Fenton River Veterinary Hospital in Stafford Springs, Connecticut earned top honors as veterinary Hospitals of the Year.
As always, the health, safety, and well-being of our veterinary community is our top priority, so we’ve created our Duty of Care Mission to help keep you safe. Based on the advice of health experts and the latest guidelines and local regulations, attendees will be asked to social distance, our registration process has been streamlined, and you can find hand sanitizers throughout the convention center. With these measures, you will be able to network and reunite with their peers, friends, and colleagues, connect with expert faculty, interact with sponsors, and explore products in the exhibit hall with one another for a safe, educational experience.
“I am beyond excited to finally meet our colleagues safely in person! We have incredible sessions with phenomenal Fetch faculty,” said Adam Christman, DVM, MBA, chief veterinary officer of dvm360®.
Are you missing the action at Kansas City Fetch? Don't worry, ACVC is right around the corner! For more information about ACVC and to register, go here.