AAEP Virtual Convention: Smart Solutions for Practice Challenges

Starting Dec. 1, the reimagined convention will blend live and on-demand educational sessions.
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The American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) 2020 Annual Convention & Trade Show will help equine veterinarians adapt to new practice realities and opportunities when the event convenes online beginning Dec. 1. The reimagined convention blends live and on-demand educational sessions, giving practitioners the flexibility to watch and claim continuing education (CE) sessions at their own pace and on their own schedule through June 30, 2021.

Now in its 66th year of providing horse doctors with the latest clinical knowledge to enhance patient health and practice success, the virtual convention will offer more than 100 hours of CE from a distinguished group of presenters representing private practice, research and academia. Educational sessions will encompass a broad range of practical topics, including imaging, lameness, internal medicine, reproduction, neonatology and more.

Attendees will be able to watch on-demand recordings of most educational sessions beginning Dec. 1. Several featured sessions will be presented live during Convention Prime Time, Dec. 5–9; these selected sessions will be available on-demand within 48 hours afterward. Live sessions will include the popular Kester News Hour on Dec. 6 and the Frank J. Milne State-of-the-Art Lecture, delivered by renowned equine anesthesiologist John Hubbell, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVA, on Dec. 9. In addition, a pair of Table Topics, facilitated discussions through which attendees can work through common practices challenges together, will occur live each weekday from Dec. 1–18. All educational sessions, including Table Topics, will remain available for viewing on-demand until June 30, 2021.

Supplementing an exceptional educational program is a virtual trade show comprosed of more than 100 companies showcasing the latest technologies and services for practice. From Dec. 6–9, attendees can visit virtual booths to learn about special offers, watch live demonstrations and speak directly with company representatives

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