It's June and that means ACVIM Forum time! We're so excited to be heading to the ACVIM Forum in Phoenix next week. It's one of our favorite conferences because get to learn all things internal medicine and, of course, we get to hang out with our fellow IM nerds.
So what is ACVIM? It's the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, the college that credentials the Internal Medicine Veterinarian Specialists (DACVIM). They host the annual Forum with over 450 sessions held over 4 days taught by industry leaders, both technicians and veterinarians. It's the best internal medicine continuing education.
Academy of Internal Medicine for Veterinary Technicians
The Forum is where AIMVT holds its yearly credentialing exam. Ashley and I sat for our exams 3 years ago. (What?! It's been 3 years?!)
The following year we went back for our pinning ceremony and I remember the overwhelming sense of accomplishment as we received our pins. We'd worked our butts off for almost 2 years to get to that point and we'd done it.
Fast forward three years and Ashley will be leading the AIMVT annual meeting as president. I'll be hanging out absorbing the tech case presentations (always my favorite!), learning from fellow technicians, and hanging out with old friends and meeting new ones.
Let's Be Social!
Please say hello if you see us! We'll be bringing goodies with us to share, so don't be afraid to catch our attention!!!
Be sure to follow us on Facebook for pictures of the week. Use the hashtag #IMFPPatACVIM
Follow the official Forum hashtag #ACVIM to follow all things Forum.
AIMVT Happenings at the Forum
Here's a list of some of the big things you should check out. You can bet Ashley and I will be there!!
**Make sure to see the ACVIM Forum schedule for any potential changes**
We hope this helps you find you're way around the Forum. Can't wait to see you!!
See You in Phoenix!!
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