Small Animal Abstracts

Small Animal Abstracts
Deadline for submission is April 15, 2021

The submission website includes complete instructions, deadlines, and submission examples. No changes in abstracts will be allowed after submission.

Abstracts should represent original research not yet published or presented elsewhere and not to be published or presented prior to the 2021 IVECCS. Authors of successful abstracts will be notified via e-mail by June 1, 2021. Accepted abstracts will be presented at IVECCS in September. Each presentation will be twelve minutes in length followed by a three-minute discussion. Abstracts not accepted for oral presentation may be given the option to be presented as posters. Presenters may choose poster as the primary means of presentation if so desired by indicating preference on the submission website. ACVECC-approved residents will be eligible for an oral presentation award. A resident submitter should indicate on the submission website that s/he is an ACVECC-approved resident only if s/he is a resident at the time of abstract submission (April 2021), or if s/he completed residency in 2020 and the work to be presented was completed during the residency.

Large Animal Abstracts

Large Animal Abstracts
Deadline for submission is June 15, 2021

Abstracts should represent original research not yet published or presented elsewhere and not to be published or presented prior to the 2021 IVECCS. Authors of successful abstracts will be notified via e-mail by July 1, 2021. Abstracts may be presented as either oral or poster format. Accepted abstracts will be published in the Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care; therefore, close attention must be paid to the format instructions. Failure to follow formatting instructions will result in rejection. No changes will be allowed after submission.

If you are an approved ACVECC, ACVIM, ACVS, or ACVAA resident or ACVECC fellow or enrolled in Large Animal/Equine specific internship, please indicate so on the submission form. House officer’s abstracts will be presented in the same session and special recognition will be given to the most outstanding paper by a resident. If you completed your training program after July 1, 2021, you may present in the resident’s forum if the research was conducted while you were a resident. However, if you are a faculty member of an institution after your resident finished,  you should not enter as a resident. Indicate the termination date of your residency in your cover e-mail and provide your mentor’s name and e-mail address.

Oral presentations of accepted abstracts will be on Sunday September 12, 2021, beginning at 8:00 a.m. Presentations will be twelve minutes in length followed by a three-minute question period. Specific instructions for poster presentations will be sent to poster presenters. A designated time will be determined for all poster presenters to attend their posters to answer questions.

Authors of abstracts are reminded they must register for the meeting and that registration is not complimentary. A web-based submission and review process will be used and complete submission instructions will be available on the submission website.

Large Animal Abstract Questions? Contact:
Jenifer R Gold Diplomate ACVIM-LA, ACVECC
Washington State University
Dept. of Veterinary Clinical Sciences
100 Grimes Way ABDF 1020
Pullman, WA. 99164
[email protected]
(509) 432-6764

ACVAA Abstracts

ACVAA Abstracts
Deadline for submission is April 5, 2021

ACVAA Abstracts will be presented in two rooms running simultaneously all day on Sunday, September 12th.  Special recognition will be given to the most outstanding Small Animal and Large Animal papers by a resident at the Award Ceremony on Sunday evening.  Posters will be presented Saturday evening from 4:00-7:00 p.m. (location TBA). The link to submit your abstract is below.

Questions regarding the requirements for the ACVAA Abstracts?
Please contact Dr. Lane Johnson at [email protected]

ACVAA Abstract Guidelines

It is of utmost importance to comply with formatting guidelines. Failure to do so will only delay the abstract review process and final response to authors.

AUTHORS: – TO CREATE A SUBMISSION:
Visit: Catalyst Sign in
NOTE: If you have a previous CATALYST account (from previous abstract submissions), simply sign in using your user name and password (i.e. go to step 3) – you will not need to create a new account 2. Otherwise, to create an account in CATALYST, go to link, then click “Register” to set up an account

Check your email for a confirmation of your new account
From this email message, click “Confirm Account” to finish creating your account.

* Please be sure to click “Submit” prior to the submission deadline April 5, 2020 at 11:59 PST. INCOMPLETE &/OR LATE SUBMISSIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED!

VET Case Reports

Veterinarian Case Reports
Deadline for submission is May 15, 2021

The submission website includes complete instructions, deadlines, and submission examples.

Have an interesting case to present? Please submit one page or less summary of the case by midnight EST May 15, 2021. The goal of this session is to highlight unique and challenging cases managed by Emergency and Critical Care doctors! The case should have been managed in at least in part by the presenter. Preference is given to ACVECC residents in training and those in ER practice for three years or less. Residents are asked to include the name of a mentor who has been involved in evaluating the submission. Small and Large animal cases are encouraged! The top 10 cases will be selected for presentation. Submission button at the bottom of the page.

Submission Details

Create an account or log in on our submission platform
Reports should be submitted as a Microsoft Word document or PDF
Please name your submission with your last name and then IVECCS case report YEAR. For example “rozanski IVECCS case report 2021.doc.”

Awards

Case report awards will be presented at the IVECCS award ceremony during IVECCS 2021: Nashville

Veterinarian Case Report Award: a $500 award will be given to the top veterinarian case report.

Tech Case Reports

Technician/ Nurse Case Reports
Deadline for submission is June 6, 2021

The submission website includes complete instructions, deadlines, and submission examples.

Unique and interesting case management scenarios are encouraged for submission. There is no limitation to the species or specific scenario, except that the emphasis should be on the emergency and critical care nursing aspect of the case. Small animal, large animal, exotic, toxicology, internal medicine, anesthesia, and surgery cases are welcome.

Case report presentations are limited to individuals that have NO prior lecturing experience in order to make this a learning experience for those individuals that might be considering lecturing in the future. Recipients of any prior case report awards are also ineligible to present.

Candidates should be a credentialed veterinary technician/nurse (CVT, LVT, LVMT, RVT, RVN, CVN, AVN, etc) and members of VECCS. All case reports must be initially assessed by a licensed DVM or if applicable a board certified specialist (ACVS, ACVAA, ACVIM ACVECC…). The individual or assessor is required to initially ensure the quality of the case report being submitted.

On request, candidates who are selected to present at IVECCS will be assigned an AVECCT or VECCS member to mentor and to assist in the final preparation of the case for its presentation.

Submission Details

Create an account or log in on our submission platform
Reports should be submitted as a Microsoft Word document or PDF
Please name your submission with your last name and then IVECCS case report YEAR. For example “yagi IVECCS case report 2021.doc.”

Awards

Case report awards will be presented at the IVECCS award ceremony during IVECCS 2021: Nashville

Technician/ Nurse Case Report Award: a $300 award will be given to the top technician/ nurse case report.

Practice Leadership Award

Practice Leadership Award Nominations
Deadline for application is May 24, 2021

With a commitment to supporting and recognizing practice leaders in the veterinary emergency and critical care profession, VECCS and the VECCS Practice Leadership Committee are pleased to accept nominations for the 2021 VECCS PRACTICE LEADER OF THE YEAR AWARD.

This honor will be awarded to an individual who has demonstrated outstanding leadership skills in a practice with a significant emergency and critical care component. Nominees may include practice managers, nursing supervisors, client service managers and practice owners. Previous winners are not eligible to be considered. The committee welcomes those previously nominated.

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