The Promoting Excellence Symposium (PES), the flagship conference of the Florida Association of Equine Practitioners (FAEP), is inviting veterinary professionals from across the nation to West Palm Beach, Florida, from Oct. 19-22, 2023. PES promises to deliver an unparalleled experience, featuring over 40 hours of RACE-approved continuing education, exclusive networking opportunities and exciting giveaways, all set at the Hilton West Palm Beach.
World-Class Continuing Education: Through four days of cutting-edge continuing education, attendees of the veterinary conference will learn from distinguished nationally and internationally recognized speakers, ensuring their practices will be at the forefront of the latest advancements in equine medicine.
Hands-on Learning: Attendees have the unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience through a comprehensive equine ultrasound wet lab. This interactive session allows attendees to get hands-on ultrasound instruction from imaging experts, including the esteemed Dr. Jean-Marie Denoix, the world’s foremost equine musculoskeletal system anatomist. Through this invaluable instruction and guidance, attendees will refine their skills and techniques under the supervision of esteemed instructors as they practice imaging horses.
Luxe Setting: Hosted at the luxurious Hilton West Palm Beach, PES offers a stunning environment that perfectly complements its world-class educational offerings. Conveniently located two miles from the Palm Beach waterfront, it sets the standard for treating guests and families to endless fun, incredible nearby sights and an unmatched level of service and attention.
Exclusive Networking: PES recognizes the power of networking in fostering career-enhancing connections. On Friday, the Welcome Reception provides an exciting networking opportunity for attendees to meet industry representatives and explore the latest veterinary technology, products and services in the Exhibit Hall.
Charitable Engagement: Attendees can also give back to the community through the wine toss game, where landing a ring on a wine bottle results in winning the bottle. All proceeds from this activity benefit the FVMA Foundation, which supports veterinary students, disaster relief efforts, animal medicine research, leadership programs and more.
About the FAEP and the FVMA
The FAEP is the equine-exclusive division of the Florida Veterinary Medical Association (FVMA). The FVMA, a non-profit veterinary association, works to advance the veterinary medical profession, promote animal health and well-being and protect public health. Learn more about the association’s efforts, future events and conferences here.