Whether you’re looking to inject a big dose of the latest scientific research into your practice, or just want to seek out the trends that will keep you a cut above the rest, the ACVIM Forum’s invigorating blend of leading-edge scientific research, state-of-the-art lectures and exclusive networking connects you with the best and brightest in the veterinary industry. With more than 600 sessions and up to 38 hours of CE credit hours available, the ACVIM Forum is a must attend event for veterinary professionals.
The ACVIM Forum is the only mid-year trade show in the veterinary industry that allows you to connect with ACVIM large and small animal internal medicine specialists, cardiologists, neurologists and oncologists.
By exhibiting or sponsoring at the ACVIM Forum, you will promote your company’s products and services to thousands of veterinary influencers with buying power.
In addition, you will:
Raise your profile and add value to your brand
Reach leading veterinary experts and decision makers
Launch a new product or service
Generate sales on site
Develop and reinforce personal and direct relationships
Stimulate discussion and thinking with ACVIM thought leaders
Develop new business markets and channels
The American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of animals and people through education, training and certification of specialists in veterinary internal medicine, discovery and dissemination of new medical knowledge, and increasing public awareness of advances in veterinary medical care.
The ACVIM is the international certifying organization for veterinary specialists in cardiology, large animal internal medicine, neurology, oncology, and small animal internal medicine.
Affiliate Professor of Bioengineering
University of Washington
Whether you are in academia or private practice this session promises to both educate and inspire you on how to be productive in learning and teaching. Delivered by nationally renowned neuroscientist, John Medina, this two part presentation utilizes a neuroscientific perspective to demonstrate practical ways to impart complex information to learners at any stage of life. The first part of the session focuses on the attentional and arousal states of human cognition and will expose what makes information interesting, as well as what makes it boring. The second part explores declarative information and various aspects of human memory processing to reveal what makes the information we receive memorable.