AAEP Hindlimb Lameness and Business Education Summer Meetings

Register today for the American Association of Equine Practitioners' two-for-one summer educational meetings, Focus on Hindlimb Lameness and the Business Education Workshop.

Jointly held July 22-24 in Oklahoma City, Okla., the meetings provide a unique format for veterinarians to develop knowledge about a relevant veterinary topic while obtaining valuable business expertise.

During Focus on Hindlimb Lameness, veterinarians will derive knowledge from noted lameness experts about the most effective diagnostic methods and how to apply those tactics when the problem is difficult to discern in the hindlimb. With its highly interactive format, attendees can discuss diagnostic approaches with presenters and collaborate with colleagues on case presentations.

The AAEP’s Business Education Workshop will encourage veterinary practice owners, managerial leaders and ambitious associates to work together to ensure the success of the veterinary business. Topics will include changing demographics and generational communication, increasing profits, purchasing the right equipment and pulling a veterinary practice out of a “rut.” Small group discussion is a highlight of this meeting.

The deadline to pre-register at the discounted rate is July 2. After July 2, registration rates increase by $50. Sessions for both meetings will be held at the Cox Convention Center.  Attendees will be eligible for 20 RACE-accredited CE hours.

The AAEP thanks Bayer for its support of Focus on Hindlimb Lameness, and Merial for its support of the Business Education Workshop.

The American Association of Equine Practitioners, headquartered in Lexington, Ky., was founded in 1954 as a non-profit organization dedicated to the health and welfare of the horse.  Currently, the AAEP reaches more than 5 million horse owners through its nearly 10,000 members worldwide and is actively involved in ethics issues, practice management, research and continuing education in the equine veterinary profession and horse industry. Visit http://www.aaep.org/ to learn more.