2018 Annual Conference and Meeting
October 4 – 7, 2018
2019 Annual Conference and Meeting
September 7 – 10, 2019
2020 Annual Conference and Meeting
September 24 – 27, 2020
6th International Symposium on Non-Surgical Contraceptive Methods of Pet Population Control
July 22-24, 2018
The Alliance for Contraception in Cats and Dogs is convening the 6th International Symposium on Non-Surgical Contraceptive Methods of Pet Population Control in Boston, MA, July 22-24, 2018.
Join scientists, academics, veterinarians, animal welfare advocates, students and more from all over the globe for an inspiring two+ day conference. Learn, discuss and network with innovators about the most promising advances to transform cat and dog welfare by inventing new ways to prevent unwanted litters and ways to use new and existing tools in the field.
ACC&D is a Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE) approved provider.
Veterinary Herbal Apprenticeship and Retreat, a 5-part Course in Western Veterinary Herbal Medicine
Drs. Laurie Dohmen and Kris August
Purple Moon Herbs and Studies, LLC
Hilton Garden Inn
Kitty Hawk, Outer Banks, NC
September 14-16, 2018
October 19-21, 2018
November 10-12, 2018
March 22-24, 2019
April 26-28, 2019
This Veterinary Herbal Apprenticeship and Retreat is intended to train veterinarians in the use of Western Herbal Medicine. This is a comprehensive course including organ system-based Materia Medica, medicine-making, herb walks, self-care and more. This course is intended to help prepare the veterinarian for the VBMA Certification Exam. Each 3-day weekend will include multiple Materia Medica lectures with organoleptic components, an extensive medicine-making lab, and an herb walk to a different part of the Island, plus additional lectures and activities. There will be homework consisting of writing Materia Medica and formulating herbal products between every session, as well as a presentation of an herb walk in the student’s native area.
Self-care is also a large focus of this training. We believe that healthier veterinarians make better practitioners. We will have lectures and extra evening activities focus on self-care, as we believe good health starts with ourselves. Bonus offerings will include Qi Gong in the breaks, picnics, shared meals, and a movie night! Breakfast will be included every morning in the classroom. CE credits for this course are pending.
The American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture (AAVA) 2019 Annual 14th Meeting
The Benson Hotel, Portland, OR
April 5-7, 2019
Call for Papers: Clinicians and other professionals are invited to submit abstracts of a presentation for our 2019 meeting. For more information, visit www.aava.org.
A Course on Quantum Healing
Science has evolved beyond the limited perspective of materialism, making it now possible to condense and integrate many of the different empirical healing rituals of history into one comprehensive, logically congruent, and simple technology of healing. The scientific approach makes the practice of holistic medicine far simpler and easier than you ever imagined.
This is an intensive four day course in a rural Idaho setting for individuals and/or very small groups.
Contact Dr. Ronald Hamm for details and to schedule a class.
Author of Analog Medicine and The Philosophic Foundation of Holistic Medicine
(208) 252-1366, Analogdr@ida.net
Pranic Healing Intensive Level I
Offered on an ongoing basis throughout Oregon, this workshop introduces the practitioner to the basics of energy anatomy, how to identify energetic blockages and/or imbalances, and then to cleanse, energize, and revitalize the area to accelerate self-healing. This course covers techniques and comprehensive protocols for working on the physical level for chronic/acute conditions, as well as the mental/emotional level for stress and anxiety. Includes a module on distance healing, preventative healing, and professional self-care for burnout prevention.
Courses presented by other organizations are listed as a courtesy for those members who may be interested. Inclusion of a course is not and does not imply AHVMA referral, endorsement, or recommendation.