What’s new in 2022

dvm360dvm360 February 2022
Volume 53
Issue 2
Pages: 4

The dvm360® team is launching new initiatives and working to reach new heights to serve you and help you better serve patients.

As 2022 moves into its second month, the dvm360® team is launching new initiatives and working to reach new heights to serve you and help you better serve patients. Some of these new and returning items are as follows:

  • A new appearance: In March, lookout for a redesign of the dvm360 ® publication. Just as times and designs change, so does our publication. This new look will better showcase the outstanding content our authors work hard to curate. The content will continue to remain fresh, current, and informative.
  • A new Fetch conference location: Our first Fetch dvm360® Conference of 2022 will be held in Charlotte, North Carolina (April 22-24), which is a new location for this meeting series. To view meeting details and to register, visit https://dvm360. com/fetch22-charlotte.
  • A new conference experience: We are launching an additional veterinary conference to help meet your continuing education needs: Directions in Veterinary Medicine (DIVM). Be on the lookout for our first DIVM conference in Indianapolis, Indiana (June 24-25).
  • Returning conferences: Additional Fetch conferences will be held in Kansas City, Missouri (August 26-28), and San Diego, California (December 2-4), and we will meet again in Atlantic City, New Jersey for the annual Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference® (October 10-12).
  • Veterinary HeroesTM 2022: We are now accepting nominations for the 2022 Veterinary HeroesTM Awards, which has 4 additional categories this year. This is a fantastic way to recognize those professionals that go above and beyond every day for peers, staff, clients, and patients. Visit event.dvm360.com/d/n8q4x7/ to nominate a veterinary professional.
  • Hospital Design Competition: We are also accepting nominations for the 2022 Hospital Design Competition and want to see those newly built and renovated practices. www.dvm360.com/hospital-design-awards to learn more about this annual event and to submit an entry.
  • dvm360® Flex: We are proud to offer an online learning platform of RACE®- approved continuing education (CE) articles and on-demand webinars that are complimentary for you. We know how busy veterinary professionals are, and this service provides you with the “FLEX”ibility to view your courses anytime, anywhere.
  • New live webinars: We are rolling out new virtual learning experiences. Our chief veterinary officer Adam Christman, DVM, MBA, will moderate most of them and lead excellent discussions in the virtual space on a variety of topics requested by our audience. Follow us on Instagram @dvm360mag and subscribe to our e-newsletter to stay updated about upcoming webinars.
  • Season 2 of The Vet Blast Podcast: Be sure to subscribe wherever you listen to your podcast. And if you’re interested in being a guest on the podcast, reach out to Christman, our host, at achristman@ mjhlifesciences.com. We are preparing to deliver some great discussions with incredible thought leaders in the veterinary space.

These are just a few of the many initiatives that 2022 will bring you from our team at dvm360®. We hope you all enjoy what’s to come and take away valuable information from all that dvm360® has to offer.

Mike Hennessey Jr

President and CEO, MJH Life Sciences®

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