Delegate Registration

Please Note: Registration to Veterinary Education Today is for credentialed veterinary healthcare professionals ONLY.


Group Pass* – How does it work?

  • For groups of between 5 and 10 members from the same practice, email [email protected] with your company/practice name, and we will send you a group code.
  • Each group member can then register themselves using the group code and receive the group rate.
  • This code cannot be used in conjunction with any other discounts. Discount codes must be used at time of registration. Refunds for codes not used will not be given.

*CE Guarantee
More than 30 hours of CE is available at VET. This is made up of a combination of RACE-approved and non RACE. Sessions will be labeled as such. Post event virtual lectures are subject to the approval of the presenter and may only be available during their posted time slots. There is a limited time that these sessions will be made available. Note: RACE CE is subject to approval by the AAVSB. Note: CE hours are based on speaker commitment. We cannot be held responsible for speaker no-shows.

Cancellation Policy:
Fees are non-refundable. Registrations may be transferred to another Macgregor Communications event provided requests are made 30 days prior the conference date. Registrations are transferable to another person provided requests are made 2 weeks prior to conference date. Please contact [email protected]

On behalf of Macgregor Communications:
We are committed to providing you with the highest quality, lowest price CE opportunity for the entire veterinary team.

Invitation Requests:

Veterinary Education Today focuses on Canadian CE requirements and as such does not issue letter of invitations to international veterinary professionals.


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Be sure to register to attend the session Dermatology is a Team Sport: how to have success with your derm cases. Presented by Jennie Tait, AHT, RVT, VTS
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Join Kara Burns for her session "Feline Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy and the Role of Nutrition"

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Be sure to register to attend the session Non-Surgial Management of Degenrative Joint Issues Presented by Michael Jaffe, Associate Professor of Small Animal Surgery, VetMed

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Join Kara Burns for her session "Feline Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy and the Role of Nutrition"

Sponsored by:

Join Kara Burns for her session "Feline Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy and the Role of Nutrition"

Sponsored by:

 

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