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2021 AASV Annual Meeting Goes Virtual

23 October 2020, at 9:00pm

Giving careful consideration to all options and prioritizing the health and safety of members and staff, the American Association of Swine Veterinarians (AASV) Board of Directors has decided to virtually host the 2021 meeting which was planned for San Francisco, California, USA.

The AASV staff is working with the Program Planning Committee to confirm details for the virtual meeting which is planned for February 27-March 2, 2021. Additional information will be shared as soon as it is available. Find the most up-to-date information at

The AASV Board of Directors, Program Planning Committee, and staff are committed to continuing AASV's tradition of presenting the best possible conference of continuing education for swine veterinarians.

The AASV Board of Directors' decision to hold a virtual meeting was not made lightly. The association's top priority is the health and safety of members, staff, and their families. AASV leadership made a considerable effort to research all options and considered not only the health and safety of attendees, but also state and local regulations, business travel restrictions, results from the recent attendance survey, the costs associated with conducting a hybrid meeting, and the financial health of the association. It is AASV's strongest desire to present excellent continuing education in a safe and responsible manner.

We look forward to your virtual participation in the 52nd AASV Annual Meeting as we "Navigate the Future ... Together."

Future AASV Annual Meeting locations and dates:

2022: Indianapolis, Indiana - February 26-March 1
2023: Denver, Colorado - March 4-7
2024: Nashville, Tennessee - February 24-27
2025: San Francisco, California - March 1-4

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