Did you know that the Keystone Veterinary Conference offers over 150 hours of continuing education credit to choose from and each attendee can earn up to a total of 28 hours of CE credit? However, to receive 28 hours you must attend ALL offerings.
If you register for individual days, the CE hours available are as follows:
- Thursday - 6 hours + Breakfast with the Experts = 7 hours
- Friday - 6 hours + Breakfast with the Experts = 7 hours
- Saturday - 6 hours + Breakfast with the Experts = 7 hours
- Sunday - 6 hours+ Breakfast with the Experts = 7 hours
This program is accredited by the New York State Education Department. The Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association is an approved sponsor of continuing education credit for veterinarians and veterinary technicians in the State of New York.
The 12th Keystone Veterinary Conference offers veterinarians and veterinary technicians a total of 28 hours (6 hours per day x 4 days, plus 4 additional “expert sessions”) of approved continuing education through the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association. The Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association is an accredited provider of continuing education credit through the Pennsylvania State Board of Veterinary Medicine. Please note that the Pennsylvania State Board of Veterinary Medicine does not recognize practice management sessions for CE eligibility toward license renewal.
While VHMA and CVPM do not formally endorse continuing education programs, the Certification Board has reviewed the course material and has approved the 2 practice management tracks (12 hours total) at Keystone Veterinary Conference as applicable toward the CVPM continuing education requirement. VHMA approved course ID 18-31.