Events and Professional Development

From free webinars to certificate programs to AAHA Con, the premier annual gathering of veterinary professionals, AAHA has you covered.

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AAHA CON 2024
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AAHA CON 2024

National Harbor, Maryland

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AAHA Nutrition Guidelines Certificate
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AAHA Nutrition Guidelines Certificate

The course equips participants with the knowledge and communication skills to confidently guide pet owners on nutrition, following AAHA guidelines. By becoming a “Nutrition Champion,” you can create personalized plans, address client concerns, and build trust, ultimately improving pet health outcomes.

AAHA Pain Management Guidelines Certificate
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AAHA Pain Management Guidelines Certificate

The AAHA Pain Management Guidelines Certificate is an online course designed for veterinary professionals and their teams. The course teaches evidence-based strategies for preventing and managing pain in pets, allowing for personalized care and improved animal welfare.

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Beyond Medicine Workshop | Mentorship

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Partner Content

Pain is a team sport! The vital role of technicians in alleviating pain

Webinar
Continuing Education
Customer Service Representatives, Technicians, Veterinarians

Partner Content

Bridging the Gap: Things Every General Practitioner Should Know about their Client’s New Shelter Pet

Webinar
Technicians, Veterinarians

New in Learning

Take advantage of online, on-demand learning opportunities on your own schedule.

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Embracing AI in Veterinary Medicine: Enhancing Efficiency and Patient Care

Embracing AI in Veterinary Medicine: Enhancing Efficiency and Patient Care

This course provides an in-depth understanding of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the field of veterinary medicine. It covers foundational AI concepts, types of AI (supervised, unsupervised, and reinforcement learning), and their applications in veterinary practice.

Fostering Cultural Competency in Veterinary Medicine
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Fostering Cultural Competency in Veterinary Medicine

Cultural competency in veterinary medicine is crucial in order to interact effectively and respectfully with clients of various cultures, and involves an understanding of the impact of culture on pet ownership, decision-making, and communication.

Animal Hospice & Palliative Care Certificate Program
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Animal Hospice & Palliative Care Certificate Program

Improve end-of-life care for your patients, clients and yourself. Open to veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and all other members of the veterinary team, the Animal Hospice and Palliative Care Certificate Program is an online continuing education course covering topics in animal hospice, palliative care, and the euthanasia experience.

Embracing Neurodiversity in Veterinary Medicine
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Embracing Neurodiversity in Veterinary Medicine

The course provides a unique opportunity to understand the cognitive processes and strengths of neurodiverse individuals, particularly those on the autistic spectrum, within the veterinary field.

Nutrition Hot Topics: Insights and Best Practices in Communication

Nutrition Hot Topics: Insights and Best Practices in Communication

Dietary information is an evolving science. In this on-demand web conference, Drs Martha Cline and Jason Coe discuss some nutrition hot topics that they often encounter in their work, as addressed in the 2021 AAHA Nutrition and Weight Management Guidelines.

Controlled Drug Logging – DEA’s Perspective

Controlled Drug Logging – DEA’s Perspective

Recordkeeping is a major challenge for most veterinary facilities with both the DEA and TITAN data indicating that ~96% of all practices will fail a DEA Inspection due to errors with recordkeeping.

Celebrate with AAHA

Recognizing excellent care for pets and their people
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Recognizing excellent care for pets and their people

AAHA Day is held annually on July 22. Accredited hospitals go the extra mile to protect the health and happiness of pets—and that deserves celebration.
Veterinary technicians are the heart of veterinary practices

Veterinary technicians are the heart of veterinary practices

National Veterinary Technician Week (NVTW), a time to celebrate, recognize, and promote the valuable contributions credentialed veterinary technicians make to the profession and society. Celebrate October 13-19, 2024!