Conference registration is open, will close October 1st
General Conference Registration includes: All full meeting registrations include access to the Welcome Reception, proceedings on USB drive, program guide, CE certificate (24 hours - Veterinary Student registration category does not qualify for CE) and access to all General Sessions and topic-specific sessions, exhibit hall access, poster session access and breaks and lunches.
EARLY: MAY - AUGUST 14TH / LATE: ON OR AFTER AUGUST 15TH / CLOSES: OCTOBER 1ST END OF DAY
AVDC FULL-TIME/PART-TIME RESIDENTS $290 / $365
EVDS MEMBER $400 / $500
*VETERINARY MEDICAL STUDENTS $75
2017 VETERINARY MEDICAL GRADUATE $220 / $280
AVDC DIPLOMATES, AVD FELLOWS, RDHs $290 / $365
DVM/VMD/DDS (Non-Member of AVDC and AVD) $440 / $540
VETERINARY TECHNICIANS $170 / $210
PRACTICE STAFF $170 / $210
*Veterinary Medical Students: A letter must be submitted from a mentor or direct program supervisor verifying your eligibility. This must be emailed or faxed to the VDF office within two weeks of registration. This registration category does not qualify for CE credits.
**Spouse/Guests: CE credit and proceedings are not provided to this category of registrant. Registered guests may attend sessions, Welcome Reception, breaks and exhibit hall.
WET-LABS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN GENERAL REGISTRATION RATES AND ARE ADDITIONAL FEES.
A refund minus a 25% administrative fee, not to exceed $75.00 US, will be given if the registration is canceled by written notice and received by the management no later than October 14th, 2018. No refunds will be given beginning October 15th, 2018 without a documented medical/emergency. Approved medical/emergency cancellations will be charged a 10% administrative fee to cover the fees charged by the credit card processing company. These cancellations are reviewed on a case by case basis and must be sent in writing to contact@VeterinaryDentalForum.com.
No refunds for laboratories will be given on site.
Important Information for Attendees
Important information for those who hold a license to practice in the state of New York:
A new law implemented by the state of New York prevents VDF continuing education hours from being accepted by its licensing board.
Continuing Education Credits:
The total number of CE units that can be earned at the 2018 VDF is 24.
Veterinary Medical Students registration category is not eligible for CE.