The American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) is excited to announce its new eConference: Spring into Feline Medicine. This three-day virtual live CE event is scheduled for Sunday, April 18; Wednesday, April 28; and Saturday, May 8. The three-day series will feature expert feline speakers presenting on a variety of feline topics including behavior, nutrition, senior care, CKD, endocrinology, hypersensitivity dermatitis, diabetes, stress-associated conditions, hypertension, cat-friendly strategies, and more. For the full agenda, including a complete list of topics and speakers, please visit catvets.com/sfm.
The AAFP encourages veterinary professionals to participate in this truly unique experience with live speaker Q&A, and earn up to 13.5 RACE-approved feline-specific CE hours in a virtual, easy-to-access format. TheSpring into Feline Medicine eConference will be held completely online so attendees can conveniently participate from anywhere they have access to the internet. The live presentations are spread out on different days of the week to allow for work schedule flexibility. All sessions will also be made available on-demand through December 31, 2021 for continued learning and for those not able to tune in during a live presentation.
Registration is now open for the 2021 Spring into Feline Medicine eConference. For more details and full information on the sessions, speakers, registration, abstracts, and conference agenda, please visit catvets.com/sfm. The AAFP is delighted to offer members an exclusive discount. Membership and eConference bundles and single-day registrations are also available.
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