Students: Apply to Speak at the Annual Talbot Informatics Symposium
August 24-25, 2019
Does your work help solve real problems for veterinarians?
For over 20 years veterinarians interested in achieving better health outcomes have met at the Association of Veterinary Informatics (AVI) Annual Talbot Informatics Symposium to share ideas that improve the quality and safety of patient care. For the first time students have the opportunity to present. We are seeking abstract submissions from students in the major areas of data in practice, omics, standards and interoperability, and veterinary educational technology.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS EXTENDED TO 5/10/2019
If your work involves data management, practical workflow, electronic health records, epidemiology and statistics, data transmission, data mining, telehealth, interoperability, genomics, proteomics, or leveraging technology to educate and engage clients and veterinarians we want to hear from you!
Submit your abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 10th, 2019 for consideration for presentation at AVI’s upcoming Talbot Informatics Symposium at the Fetch dvm360 Conference this August. Conference registration is included and any additional travel expenses will be paid up to $1,200.
Veterinary clinical informatics is a rapidly evolving science that improves the quality and safety of patient care by blending information technology, communications, social and behavioral science, and veterinary medicine. AVI is a non-profit international and interdisciplinary organization comprised of individuals involved in biomedical informatics research, design, implementation, education and advocacy within the domain of veterinary medicine.
Become a member of our growing group of veterinary professionals interested in improving veterinary medicine by accessing actionable insights in clinical data! Student membership is free. Register today at https://avinformatics.org/join-avi to stay informed regarding networking opportunities, conferences, externships, and scholarships.