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AAAP Call for Nominations

AAAP Nominations Committee's Slate of Candidates and Call for Further Nominations

Nominations can be Submitted Here
Deadline for Nominations is May 28, 2021.

The AAAP Nominations Committee has nominated the following for positions on the AAAP Board of Directors. A brief biography of each candidate can be found here.   


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Registration is now open for the 2021 AAAP Virtual Annual Meeting

Registration is now open for the 
2021 AAAP Virtual Annual Meeting

The 2021 AAAP Annual Meeting will be fully virtual. The meeting will consist of Pre-Recorded Sessions and Live Sessions. Pre-Recorded Presentations will be available to view on July 1st through August 30th. Live Sessions including Q&A sessions with the speakers, the Keynote Roundtable, History Lecture, and more will be held on July 30-August 2. Committee meetings will be held as outlined in the schedule below. CE credits will be available to those who register view the presentations. 
Registration is separate from AVMA. Speakers do not need to register.
Registration Fees:
AAAP members $150
Non-Member Attendees $195
AAAP Student Members $25

AAAP is Seeking Nominations for AAAP's Alternate Delegate to the AVMA House of Delegates

AAAP is Seeking Nominations for AAAP's Alternate Delegate to the AVMA House of Delegates

Nominations can be Submitted Here. Deadline for nominations is April 15, 2021.


The AVMA House of Delegates is the principal body within the AVMA responsible for establishing policy and providing direction for matters relating to veterinary medicine. It is also the representative body of the Principal and Constituent Allied Veterinary Organizations of the AVMA. AAAP is a Constituent Allied Veterinary Organization to the AVMA. The House of Delegates a. Approves all changes to the AVMA’s Articles of Incorporation; b. Amends, alters, or repeals the AVMA Bylaws; c. Approves all changes to the Veterinarian’s Oath; d. Votes on all matters properly brought before the House of Delegates; e. Solicits, processes, and communicates membership needs to the AVMA Board of Directors; f. Participates in the AVMA’s strategic planning; g. Elects members to serve on the AVMA’s councils, with the exception of the Council on Education; h. Elects the AVMA President-Elect and Vice President, and, when necessary, President; and i. Elects members to the committees established by the House of Delegates. AAAP is an allied constituent organization to the AVMA. As such, AAAP’s representation in the House of Delegates consists of one delegate and one alternate delegate.

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