In keeping with AAHA’s history of leading change, AAHA staff and leadership are pleased to announce exciting changes to the AAHA conference model beginning in 2018.

On March 31, AAHA’s Chief Executive Officer, Mike Cavanaugh, DVM, DABVP (C/F) delivered the news to AAHA Austin 2016 attendees that AAHA will be returning to Nashville, Tennessee in 2017 before implementing the new model, which is still in the early planning stages.

AAHA Nashville 2014 had some of the highest attendance numbers in AAHA conference history, and AAHA anticipates record attendance at AAHA Nashville 2017.

He also revealed the locations for AAHA’s 2018 and 2019 yearly conferences.

“I know many of you have been wondering what we’ll be doing in 2018,” Cavanaugh said. “We’re excited to announce that our 2018 conference will be a more focused, targeted event based in AAHA’s hometown of Denver, Colorado, and our 2019 conference will be held in Indianapolis, Indiana.”

Join AAHA for an encore in Music City in 2017 and keep an eye out for more information to come about the new conference model. For more information about AAHA Nashville 2017 and to sign up for conference updates, visit aaha.org/nashville.

Add comment

  Country flag

  • Comment
  • Preview

About this Blog

Red is your guide to everything AAHA. Whether you’re looking for association news, updates on our educational offerings, the latest books from AAHA Press, deals from our Preferred Providers, or fun reads from various AAHA staff and AAHA-member veterinary professionals, this is where you’ll find it.

Questions or comments?
Email us at [email protected] or call AAHA’s Member Experience Team at 800-883-6301.

AAHA-Accredited Veterinary Hospital Locator

Read the latest edition of:

Poll Question
Veterinary professionals: Are you allowed to bring your pet(s) to work with you?

The Standard of Veterinary Excellence ®
American Animal Hospital Association | Copyright ©2019 | Privacy Statement | Contact Us
The Standard of Veterinary Excellence ®
American Animal Hospital Association | Copyright © 2014
Privacy Statement | Contact Us