The North American Veterinary Community (NAVC) has announced key speakers and topics to be presented at the 38th Annual Veterinary Meeting & Expo (VMX), the world’s largest and most comprehensive global veterinary education conference.
Leading experts in veterinary medicine will present lifesaving and life-changing advances in animal medicine that are extending and improving the quality of life for animals of all species—cats, dogs, penguins, cows, snakes and more.
VMX will be held 5-9 June live in Orlando at the Orange County Convention Center and everywhere virtually.
“With so many advances taking place in animal medicine, it is more important than ever for veterinarians to stay current,” NAVC chief veterinary officer Dr Dana Varble said.
“They are the oncologist, cardiologist, ophthalmologist, dermatologist—and just about every other ‘ologist’ for our animals. Unlike human doctors, they handle multiple species.
“More Americans have looked to pets for comfort and companionship over the last year and pet adoptions are at an all-time high. The bond between people and pets has never been deeper, and the breakthroughs in diagnoses and treatments that will be presented at VMX 2021 are exciting and life-changing,” Dr Varble added.
VMX 2021 will include more than 600 sessions of continuing education and hands-on workshops at the live event in Orlando and more than 300 virtual and OnDemand sessions, which will be available through to 3 September 2021.
The award-winning VMX Expo Hall will be available onsite at the Orange County Convention Center and virtually where it will present an engaging, 3D interactive experience.
For more information, view the VMX 2021 Full Program.