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Regular Members of AAEP Enjoy These Benefits of Membership:
Learn about the latest veterinary techniques and research at the AAEP’s many continuing education events, including:
The Annual Convention, which is the largest meeting of equine veterinarians in the world, hosting over 100 hours of classroom-style seminars and small discussion-oriented forums about equine veterinary medicine and techniques as well as professional development;
The Focus Meetings, which provides a comprehensive exploration of a single equine medical issue (e.g. hindlimb lameness, ophthalmology, etc.);
AAEP 360° Meetings, which is a 360-degree continuing education experience using a full-circle approach to veterinary learning.
Business Education Meeting that provides key business training needed to advance your equine practice and help you thrive and survive in the 21st century.
Gain valuable knowledge while working at your own pace and without leaving home using AAEP resources like:
Proceedings, a collection of the scientific papers presented at the most recent annual convention;
Titles from the AAEPResource Library, including the most up-to-date information on topics like determining the age of the horse and vaccination guidelines;
Equine Veterinary Education (EVE) monthly research journal;
Case studies posted on the AAEP website.
Supplement you current client education efforts using these AAEP resources:
Client education brochures;
Horse health articles easily downloadable from www.aaep.org and available for use in your practice’s newsletter or website;
Custom-designed PowerPoint presentations to help you present information to groups of owners/clients.
A section of the AAEP website dedicated to horse owners.
Network with other equine veterinarians and share experiences and problems using:
The AAEP Rounds, e-mail listserv groups designed for interactive discussions with your peers about topics within equine medicine. Each Round offers you a forum for exchanging ideas, seeking advice on cases and discussing current issues affecting the profession.
The AAEP Resource Guide and Membership Directory (print and online), which contains the contact information of all AAEP members.
Get the latest news about industry issues and product developments via:
AAEP publications, including Spur of the Moment e-newsletter
Discounts on equipment and services through the AAEP’s partnership with The Veterinary Club, a group purchasing plan.
Be a part of your profession’s primary association and its many efforts to be the voice of the horse and those who serve them through:
Opportunities to volunteer on many levels, including mentoring veterinary students and participating in AAEP committees and task forces, leading the organization as it tackles the critical issues affecting the equine industry and veterinary medicine;
The AAEP On Call program, which supplies media-trained veterinarians to provide accurate and timely veterinary information to broadcast and print media at live broadcast equestrian events.
$345 - applying July 1 - Dec. 31
$200 (half-year)- applying Jan. 1 - June 30
(includes $50 initiation fee, $295/$150 dues)
$125 - graduated within 1 year from application date
Questions? If you have questions about the application process, membership benefits or to request a membership kit, contact the AAEP’s Membership Services at 800-443-0177 or e-mail email@example.com.