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The organizational committee of the American College of Veterinary Botanical Medicine is diligently working towards making our goal of becoming an academic center for the advanced study of plant medicines a reality. Our main objectives include:

 

  • Establishing requirements for post-doctoral education and experience pre-requisite to certification in the specialty of veterinary botanical medicine.
  • Providing programs of required study including: Phytochemistry, Phytopharmacology, Pharmacognasy, Ethnopharmacology, Ethnoveterinary Medicine, Traditional and Cultural Uses of Herbal medicines, Traditional/Oriental Medicine & Western Medicine herbology.
  • Supporting scientific research in phytochemistry, phytopharmacology, phytopharmacodynamics, and toxicology.
  • Examining and Certifying veterinarians as specialists in Botanical Veterinary Medicine.

 

The 2018 ACVBM Annual Conference was held on October 3rd, 2018 in conjunction with the AHVMA Annual Conference in Kissimmee, FL. Proceedings can be purchased HERE. Our herbwalk was held on that day as well. CLICK HERE to read more and view our slideshow.

 

The 2019 ACVBM Annual Conference will be held at Wheaton College, MA on June 6, 2019, the day before the International Herb Symposium. Our featured speaker is Jill Stansbury, ND, a licensed naturopathic physician and an accomplished writer/author, speaker, and teacher. Six hours of lecture will include topics such as Longevity Tonics, Problems with Proton Pump Inhibitors, Botanical Influences on Leaky Gut Herbal and Medicines for Pain Management. 6 hours of Continuing Education credit has been awarded to this conference by IVAS. REGISTER HERE!

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Our original petition was submitted in October of 2016 to  the American Board of veterinary Specialties (AVBS) and the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) for provisional recognition of Veterinary Botanical Medicine as a Registered Veterinary Speciality (RVS) under the auspices of the American College of Veterinary Botanical Medicine (ACVBM), a Recognized Veterinary Speciality Organization (RVSO). A comment period followed, and in September 2017 the ABVS Committee on Developing New Specialties (CDNS) sorted through them all. We were forwarded the CDNS comments and concerns after this review and addressed them in our final petition, which was sent to ABVS in November 2017. CLICK HERE for updates and details.

  • 2019 ACVBM ANNUAL CONFERENCE 6/6/19
  • REGISTRATION OPEN! CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP!

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The ACVBM is not affiliated with the Veterinary Botanical Medicine Association (VBMA).