Here’s what to do once you’ve attended CE sessions at VMX.
Access Your VMX 2018 CE Certificate
With our VMX Portal, it’s easy to access certificates for your veterinary continued education (CE) credits.
- Login to the Attendee Service Center with your email address and password.
- Once you’re logged in, you will be able to access your CE Records.
- If you have any questions, please email us at info@NAVC.com or call 352.375.5672.
Please note: Certificate of Attendance and number of veterinary CE hours you receive will be based on your registration type (Veterinarian, Veterinary Technicians, Practice Manager, etc). Some boards have limitations on the hours accepted in certain categories or restrictions on methods of delivery for CE as well as specific procedures for certification and documentation of attendance. Compliance is the responsibility of the registrant.
Access Past CE Certificates
To access your continuing education certificates from previous NAVC events, click below.Access 2017 CE Certificates Access 2016 CE Certificates
If you have any issues, please email us at Info@NAVC.com, or call 352.375.5672 (ext. 795).
Access Past Program Grids
To access past program grids detailing course titles, click below.Access the 2018 Program Grid Access the 2017 Program Grid Access the 2016 Program Grid
With more than 1,200 veterinary CE sessions, no other veterinary conference offers you a broader array of subjects. You’re sure to find topics of personal interest, as well as courses for your entire veterinary team.
How Veterinary CE Calculation Works
- 75-minute session = 1.5 CE credit hours
- 50-minute session = 1 CE credit hour
- 20-minute session = 0.25 CE credit hour
CE credits for Hands-on Workshops, Meet the Professor Luncheons and Rounds are calculated on the number of hours each entails. It is the attendees’ responsibility to track and report their earned CE hours to the appropriate licensing boards.
Procedures for certification and documentation of attendance are determined by the individual state board. Compliance with these policies is the responsibility of the registrant. We recommend that you keep a handwritten record of your session attendance to compare with the copy you can email or print at the CE Center during the Conference.
Veterinarians Licensed in Texas
Veterinarians licensed in the states of Texas MUST obtain their CE Certificate prior to leaving VMX. Certificates are printed at the CE Center and cannot be mailed or issued after the event.
AAVSB RACE Certification
Our programs are reviewed and certified by the American Association of Veterinary State Boards Registry of Continuing Education (AAVSB RACE), a national clearinghouse for the approval of continuing education providers and their programs. Providers voluntarily apply to the RACE program and agree to abide by the RACE Standards. AAVSB does not solicit participation in the RACE program. The NAVC is an approved Continuing Education RACE Provider, Provider ID #172.
Please contact the AAVSB RACE program if you have any comments/concerns regarding any program’s validity or relevancy to the veterinary profession.
For information about certification in each state, visit the American Association of Veterinary State Boards.
The NAVC Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) This committee was developed to oversee the care and use of animal use as required by the USDA.
The events involved are:
- Veterinary Meeting & Expo (held annually in January/February)
- NAVC Institute (held annually in May)
Committee Members (Voting)
Nanette P. Parratto-Wagner, DVM, PhD
NAVC IACUC Chairperson
Karl A. Andrutis, DVM, MS, DACLAM, Clin Ast Prof
NAVC IACUC Attending Veterinarian
UF Associate Director Veterinary Services
NAVC IACUC Community Representative (Unaffiliated)
UF College of Veterinary Medicine
Chrissie K. Street
NAVC IACUC Nonscientist Member
The NAVC has its own USDA Class R Research Facility Certificate (Certificate No. 58-R-0142; Customer No 322245).