Last updated 6/27/17
CE information will be updated continuously as we receive responses from RACE, state boards, and allied groups.
If your state is not yet listed, we are working hard to get approval from your state board. We have sent applications to all state boards that do not automatically approve our program.
Some states may automatically accept CE that is RACE approved. Others may limit the number of credits that can be obtained in integrative, complementary, or alternative topics. If you have questions about your state’s specific CE requirements, please refer to your state’s Veterinary Practice Act or contact your state board directly.
RACE Approval – 93 HOURS APPROVED
The 2017 AHVMA Conference (program 131-30163) is approved by the AAVSB RACE to offer a total of 93.00 CE Credits (22.00 max) being available to any one veterinarian and/or 93.00 Veterinary Technician CE Credits (22.00) max. This RACE approval is for the subject matter categories of:
- Category One: Scientific
- Category Two: Non-Scientific-Clinical
- Category Three: Non-Scientific-Practice Management/Professional Development
using the delivery method of Seminar/Lecture/Lab/Wet Lab.
This approval is valid in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE; however, participants are responsible for ascertaining each board’s CE requirements. RACE does not “accredit” or “endorse” or “certify” any program or person, nor does RACE approval validate the content of the program.
States that Approve CE due to AVMA House of Delegates Status
Here’s why being and AHVMA Member AND an AVMA Member is SO important!
AHVMA is a proud member of the AVMA House of Delegates. Many states automatically approve AHVMA Continuing Education Programs due to our status as an AVMA Affiliate/Allied/Constituent organization–a status we can only achieve when enough of our members are also AVMA members.
- New Jersey
- West Virginia
States in which AHVMA is an Approved CE Provider
- New York
- South Carolina (CE Provider #50-21216)
States that Approve CE Approved by “Another State Board”
- Rhode Island
Other State Board Application Responses
- Arizona (approved, all 104 hours)
- Arkansas (approved; limited to 5 hours of holistic)
- Delaware (approved for 104 hours, 22 hours per attendee)
- Idaho (approved for 18 hours of veterinary medicine, 4 hours veterinary management per attendee)
- Iowa (approved for a total of 78 hours scientific and 10 hours management)
- Florida (65 hours approved as of 6/14/17 – see www.myfloridalicense.com for list of approved lectures)
- Maryland (approved for a total of 104 hours, 22 per attendee)
- North Carolina (hour for hour)
If your state is not listed above, and pre-approval CAN be requested, AHVMA has sent a request for CE approval to your state board.
Allied Organization CE – PENDING
Still Waiting on Your State?
If you’re waiting to see your state appear in the list and want to take action, here are some ways to help AHVMA and the CAVM Community:
- Make sure your memberships are up to date so we can maintain our position in the AVMA House of Delegates. (Member rates for conference registration are also a great benefit!)
- Help establish Veterinary Botanical Medicine as an ABVS Registered Veterinary Specialty.
The American College of Veterinary Botanical Medicine (ACVBM) needs your letters of support.
- Make a donation to the AHVM Foundation.
Over the course of five years the Foundation has funded 20 research projects involving veterinary schools, specialty practices, and holistic agriculture organizations. The Foundation has provided scholarships to over 70 veterinary students and helps fund Student AHVMA chapters at veterinary colleges throughout the country. This helps students to attend the AHVMA Annual Conference!
- Follow us on Facebook!
If you’re not yet one of our followers – please follow us on Facebook to help us spread news about AHVMA happenings, Journal articles, Conference news, and more! We even have a 2017 Annual Conference Event page where you can start to network and plan your trip with your fellow conference attendees.