The number of CE Credits that can be earned the 3-day Annual Meeting is 20 CE credits. 
If you add on one breakfast-21.5 CE credits; two breakfasts-23 CE credits.
Pre-Annual Meeting Trainings (see "events")-4 CE credits or 8.8 CE credits.
We are estimating the maximum number of CE credits will be: 31.8.

 General Sessions

Thursday, February 7
7:30 am - 7:45 am
Welcome & Opening Remarks
David Fell, DVM
MVMA President

7:45 am - 8:45 am
Recognizing and Reporting Animal Cruelty
Rachel Touroo, DVM
Director, Veterinary Forensics
At the end of this session you will be able to:
Identify red flags in the clinical history and examination findings that suggest cruelty may be involved
Explain the role and responsibilities of the veterinarian in recognition and report of animal cruelty

12:45 pm -1:45 pm
MN's Opioid Epidemic: Impact on Veterinarians, the Community & Family

Panel members include:
Rick Moldenhauer, MSE, LADC, ICADC, LPCC, State Opioid Treatment Authority, MN DHS
Nate Wright, SAMHS/CSTE Epidemiology Fellow, MN Department of Health
Ahmed Eid, MA, LADC, Program Supervisor, Hazelden Foundation
Ashley Morgan, DVM, Director, State Advocacy Division, American Veterinary Medical Association

Saturday, February 9
12:45 pm -1:45 pm
Creature Comforts
Kevin Kling
Author, Playwright, Teller of Tales


Click on the icons below to view concurrent session details:

Small Animal Program 

Large Animal Program 

Practice Management 

Veterinary Practice Plus &

Comparative Medicine &
Public Health

USDA Modules