Primary Care Veterinary Educators Symposium

Primary Care Veterinary Educators Symposium

Hosted by Washington State University


The annual Primary Care Veterinary Educators Symposium is September 12-15, 2019 in Pullman, WA.  The PCVE Symposium offers presentations and networking opportunities designed to help small-animal primary care veterinary educators generate new ideas and develop more effective educational strategies. Topics will include presentations on what is happening at a number of colleges in the area of small-animal primary care veterinary education, poster presentations highlighting pedagogical innovation and research in the area of primary care veterinary education, a Swap Shop designed for sharing best teaching practices, innovations and overcoming challenges and much, much more.

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1) Primary Registrant - $0.00 
2) Secondary Registrant - $265.00 

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What is a Primary  & Secondary Registrant?

One college-designated representative ("Primary Registrant") from each AAVMC International and United States member institution will be provided registration, accommodation and a travel subsidy of up to $750 USD (e.g., airfare, ground shuttle) to attend the meeting. The symposium is directed primarily to small animal primary care education, so the sponsored attendance is restricted to small animal primary care educators.

All other College-designated representative ("Secondary Registrant"): Travel and hotel accommodation arrangements should be made on your own.  There is no limit to how many Secondary Registrants a College can have. 

Please save all travel receipts and submit them electronically (originals are not required) for reimbursement following the symposium to along with your name, mailing address, and who the check should be made out to.

Registration Cut off is Monday, August 19, 2019! 

Special Note Regarding Hotel Reservations: Primary and Secondary Registrants are responsible for booking their own rooms.  To book your room please visit the Lodging tab at the top of the page.




If you have any questions about the PCVE Symposium, please contact Raelynn Farnsworth at 509-335-8607 or, or the program coordinator, Katy Heaton at 509-335-8221 or .