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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Who can attend the Pacific Veterinary Conference?
A: All veterinary professionals.
Q: How many typically attend the Pacific Veterinary Conference?
A: Approximately 1,400 veterinary professionals.
Q: Is the conference at the hotel?
A: No, the Vet Expo and some CE sessions will take place at the Long Beach Convention Center.
Q: How will I know where to go?
A: Directional signs will be posted around the center. You may also ask Pacific Veterinary Conference staff and/or convention center staff.
Q: Is parking available?
A: Yes, you may park in the center's lots for an additional fee of $10 a day. Enter the parking lot off of Pine Avenue.
Q: Are there options for daycare?
A: Yes, guests may contact the hotel's concierge desk for assistance in finding licensed daycare providers in the area.
Q: Will there be dietary-specific food options available?
A: Please contact the PacVet office if you require special diet needs
Q: Are meals included in the registration fee?
A: Yes, there are at least 12 food events:
Q: Are lecture notes included in the registration fee?
A: Yes, registered attendees will have online access before, during, and after the conference. Lecture notes are posted on the conference mobile app, the Veterinary Information Network (VIN) website, or on a flash drive for $15.
Q: Can office staff share or split days?
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
Q: How many CE hours are offered?
A: The conference will offer more than 240+ hours of CE
Q: Are Pacific Veterinary Conference CE hours RACE approved?
All other states
Q: Do I sign up for each session I want to attend?
A: Sessions are open to all registered attendees. Hands-on laboratories, symposiums, and workshops require an additional registration and fee. (Guests may not attend sessions.)
Q: How do I keep track of the sessions I attend so I can submit my CE to my state regulator?
A: To keep track of your sessions, you will receive a CE Certificate of Attendance at check-in to record your hours and keep for your records. Do not turn it into the registration desk.