Due to COVID-19, the SeaVet Clinical Training will be conducted remotely using the virtual meeting application Zoom.

June 15-26, 2020

Conducted via Zoom

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Registration Information

This course is being offered exclusively for veterinary students and licensed veterinarians. Registrations will not be accepted otherwise. If you register online and it is later determined you do not fulfill this requirement, your money will be refunded minus the registration processing fee.

The training is limited to 30 registrants.

This is a 3 credit graduate and professional class through the University of Florida. Academic credit may only be granted to UF veterinary students*. Continuing education credit will be offered to veterinarians.

What does the registration fee include?

It provides each participant the educational program via Zoom and course materials.

Attendee Type Fee
Early Veterinary Student Registration Fee (on or before May 8, 2020) $150.00
Regular Veterinary Student Registration Fee (after May 8, 2020) $200.00
Early Veterinary Registration Fee (on or before May 8, 2020) $350.00
Regular Veterinary Registration Fee (after May 8, 2020) $400.00

Refund Policy

Requests for registration refunds will be honored if written notice of cancellation is sent to msowder@ufl.edu on or before May 15, 2020. A 50 percent processing fee will be deducted. No refunds provided after the deadline.

Special Needs

Participants with special needs can be reasonably accommodated by contacting Laurie Adler in the UF College of Veterinary Medicine at least 15 working days prior to the event. She can be reached by phone at 1-352-213-6651, ladler1@ufl.edu or by calling 771 TTY/TDD. To learn about Zoom Meeting accessibility features, visit this link: https://zoom.us/accessibility

Dear SeaVet 2020 Applicants,

Due to the needs for social distancing the normal approach for the class having everyone here in Florida attending in person is not possible. We have looked at the potential for a recorded course but the content, projects for the students and speakers involved did not allow us to proceed in that manner so the course will still be given live at Eastern Standard time in the US from 8:00 to 5:00 pm. We apologize for what this may mean to those in different time zones and hope if you cannot accommodate the changes this year that we will be able to return to the normal course schedule next year and have you involved.


Michael T. Walsh DVM, Laurie Adler, Amanda Sheehy, Craig Pelton DVM

SeaVet Clinical Medicine Course Team

UF College of Veterinary Medicine

Our mission, as set forth in our Strategic Plan, is the advancement of the health and welfare of animals, humans and the veterinary medical profession through world-class education, innovative research, and state-of-the-art clinical services. The College of Veterinary Medicine is fully accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association Council on Education.

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