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 The Southeast Veterinary Conference returns to Myrtle Beach

For over 30 years, the Southeast Veterinary Conference (SEVC) has provided veterinarians, veterinary technicians, practice managers, and support staff quality education in a family friendly environment at a South Carolina oceanfront resort. This tradition continues June 15-19 when all veterinary team members may hear from experts in companion animal, exotic medicine, large animal, practice management and more. Case studies, wet labs, and interactive discussion will be offered at this perfectly sized conference where more than 500 individuals from across the country come to receive 20+ hours of continuing education, participate in wet labs, visit exhibit displays of almost 70 companies, and relax in Myrtle Beach, SC

Organized by the South Carolina Association of Veterinarians, this year’s SEVC offers more than 20 hours of continuing education at the beachfront Marriott Resort & Spa at Grande Dunes. The conference begins Saturday, June 15 with a CPR lab, and it continues through Wednesday, June 19. The SEVC Exhibit Hall opens at 7:00 am on Monday, June 17 and closes on Tuesday, June 18. Exhibitor setup is available beginning June 16 in the afternoon.

 

Venues

2024 SEVC – Hotel Reservations – South Carolina Association of Veterinarians (scav.org)

 

Registration

Full conference registration begins at $445. Wet labs are priced separately. Daily registration is available.  For online registration visit here. link will need to be added).

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Schedule

SCAV is a RACE and New York state continuing education approved provider. To confirm acceptance of CE hours by your state, please contact your specific licensure board. Verification of attendance will be provided to each attendee after the conference. 

The SEVC begins Saturday, June 15 with a CPR lab. Other featured presentations and speakers include:

 
 

 

Zenithson Ng, DVM, MS, Dipl ABVP is a clinical assistant professor of the Community Practice Service at the University of Tennessee. He received his DVM from Cornell University; then completed an internship at the ASPCA, and an ABVP residency combined with a master’s degree in human-animal bond studies at Virginia Tech. His interests span all aspects of the human-animal bond including the effect of human-animal interaction, the veterinary-client relationship, animal welfare, and stress reduction in veterinary settings as well as animal-assisted interventions. Dr. Ng will address endocrine issues, palliative care, and behavior issues.
Zenithson Ng, DVM, MS, Dipl ABVP is a clinical assistant professor of the Community Practice Service at the University of Tennessee. He received his DVM from Cornell University; then completed an internship at the ASPCA, and an ABVP residency combined with a master’s degree in human-animal bond studies at Virginia Tech. His interests span all aspects of the human-animal bond including the effect of human-animal interaction, the veterinary-client relationship, animal welfare, and stress reduction in veterinary settings as well as animal-assisted interventions. Dr. Ng will address endocrine issues, palliative care, and behavior issues.
Rebecca Saunders, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology) grew up in Chicago and attended Washington University in St. Louis for her undergraduate degree in Biology. She then went on to attend veterinary school at the University of Missouri. She completed her small animal medical and surgical rotating internship at The Ohio State University and was then accepted into a cardiology residency at Purdue University. Her clinical cardiology interests include feline cardiomyopathies, arrhythmia management in dogs and cats, and caring for chronic congestive heart failure patients.
Rebecca Saunders, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology) grew up in Chicago and attended Washington University in St. Louis for her undergraduate degree in Biology. She then went on to attend veterinary school at the University of Missouri. She completed her small animal medical and surgical rotating internship at The Ohio State University and was then accepted into a cardiology residency at Purdue University. Her clinical cardiology interests include feline cardiomyopathies, arrhythmia management in dogs and cats, and caring for chronic congestive heart failure patients.
Hannah Visser, DVM, Dipl. ACVO studied at the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. After graduating veterinary school she completed both a rotating small animal internship as well as a small animal ophthalmology internship at a private practice multispecialty hospital just outside of Indianapolis, Indiana. She achieved her board certification from the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmology in 2020. Hannah practiced first in Charleston, SC and then in West Palm Beach, FL before opening her own veterinary ophthalmology practice in Charleston in May of 2022. Dr. Visser will present on diagnosing and managing feline and canine ophthalmology cases.
Hannah Visser, DVM, Dipl. ACVO studied at the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. After graduating veterinary school she completed both a rotating small animal internship as well as a small animal ophthalmology internship at a private practice multispecialty hospital just outside of Indianapolis, Indiana. She achieved her board certification from the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmology in 2020. Hannah practiced first in Charleston, SC and then in West Palm Beach, FL before opening her own veterinary ophthalmology practice in Charleston in May of 2022. Dr. Visser will present on diagnosing and managing feline and canine ophthalmology cases.
Kristin Welch, DVM, DACVECC is the founder of DVM STAT Consulting. Her love of teaching, passion about all things veterinary medicine, and dedication to the field of Emergency and Critical Care led to DVM STAT Consulting—a platform for education that reaches far wider than was previously possible. A 2005 graduate of Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine with Honors, she received the Small Animal Clinical Proficiency Award and the Wade O. Brinker Orthopedic Surgery Award. She has completed a residency in Emergency and Critical Care at Tufts University, and she is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care. She will present on trauma, fluid resuscitation, transfusion medicine, and canine respiratory issues.
Kristin Welch, DVM, DACVECC is the founder of DVM STAT Consulting. Her love of teaching, passion about all things veterinary medicine, and dedication to the field of Emergency and Critical Care led to DVM STAT Consulting—a platform for education that reaches far wider than was previously possible. A 2005 graduate of Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine with Honors, she received the Small Animal Clinical Proficiency Award and the Wade O. Brinker Orthopedic Surgery Award. She has completed a residency in Emergency and Critical Care at Tufts University, and she is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care. She will present on trauma, fluid resuscitation, transfusion medicine, and canine respiratory issues.

Special Event for Dads and All—On Father’s Day

Enjoy an evening at Pelicans Ballpark where the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, affiliate of the Chicago Cubs, are the defending Carolina League Champions and a top-rated Myrtle Beach experience. All Dads, Moms, veterinarians, veterinary technicians, practice managers, and children participating in the Southeast Veterinary Conference may also enjoy an evening of baseball. Tickets include entry, food, and fun and games for all. Register for this event when you sign up for the conference.

Sponsors/Exhibitors

Select your premier or standard exhibit booth here. The exhibit hall is a hub of activity. Breakfast, desserts, and entertainment are all scheduled in this hall.

Sunday, June 16
12:00 -11:45 PM – Exhibitor Move In

Monday, June 17
7:00 – 8:00 PM – Exhibit Hall Grand Opening/ Breakfast
12:30 – 1:30 PM – Dessert in Exhibit Hall
7:00 AM – 3:30 PM – Exhibit Hall Open

Tuesday, June 18
7:00 – 8:00 AM – Exhibit Hall Open/Breakfast
12:30 – 2:00 PM – Exhibit Hall Open/Dessert/Prize Drawings
2:00 PM – Exhibit Hall Closes/Exhibitor Move Out

Conference/Speaker Sponsorship Opportunities:
Lunch & Learn Sponsorship: $5,000
Speaker Sponsor: $4,000
Conference Bag Sponsor: $3,000
Closing Event Sponsor: $2,000

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