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ACVBM ANNUAL CONFERENCE
The 2016 ACVBM Annual Conference will again be held in conjunction with both the AHVMA Annual Conference and the VBMA Annual Meeting. All events will be at the Hyatt Regency hotel in downtown Columbus Ohio, and the ACVBM will be featuring Jeffrey Yuen during the day on September 9, 2016. IVAS has graciously credited Jeffrey Yuen's lecture with 6 CE credits. The evening lecture on September 9th will feature Jeff Chilton's discussing mushrooms. BOTH lectures are included in FULL CONFERENCE registration. Jeff Chilton's lecture is available as a standalone event. Click the appropriate link above to register
FULL CONFERENCE PRICING INFORMATION:
Regular price is $190.00
VBMA Member price is $165.00
Veterinary Student price is $50.00
JEFF CHILTON LECTURE ONLY PRICING INFORMATION:
Regular price is $65.00
To reserve your room at the Hyatt Recency now, visit https://resweb.passkey.com/go/AHVMA2016.
Board meeting and general membership meeting Thursday night September 8th, starting at 7PM location TBA.
During the day on September 9th Jeffrey Yuen will discuss 'Modern Applications for Classical Formulas' from 8 AM to 3:40 PM. The ACVBM will be supplying snacks and lunch, and Jeffery's talk will be completed in tome for the VBMA Herb Walk. More info about Jeffery can be found by visiting the following links:
After the walk, we will be supplying a light dinner which will be followed by a lecture on Mushrooms by Jeff Chilton from 7:30 to 10:00 PM, including a half an hour break.
Title: Quality Control Issues in Medicinal Mushroom Products (or why your knowledge about fungi is all wrong.)
As mushrooms become mainstream, it is more important than ever to understand their life cycle and growth stages, and how this affects the production of important nutritional and medicinal compounds. It is also important to understand how mushrooms are cultivated and the manner in which the cultivation method can influence their constituent profile. There are many mushroom supplements in the marketplace, but there have been few genuine standards to guarantee quality. In this talk, Jeff Chilton will speak about:
Mushrooms as food and medicine
How mushrooms are cultivated and how this affects quality
What is mycelium and what is its true role
Cell walls, chitin and beta-glucan elucidated
What are the important active compounds in medicinal mushrooms
The development of new testing methods and what they reveal
Making product quality the central focus
How a newly developed testing protocol can insure product integrity and medicinal value
More information on Jeff Chilton can be found here:
If you'd like to more information regarding the AHVMA, or if you'd like to register for their conference, please click the image below. We strongly encourage you to attend...it's a wonderful opportunity to learn, as well as interact with other like-minded veterinarians.
Science and Evidence Based Veterinary Botanical Medicine Journal Abstracts by Species:
Some Abstracts may include information pertaining to more than one species.
ACVBM 2016 Annual Conference Sponsors
RxVitamins has very generously agreed to provide full sponsorship of the 2016 American College of Veterinary Botanical Medicine 2nd Annual Educational conference to be held just prior to the Annual AHVMA conference in Columbus, Ohio on September 9th.
RxVitamins is an animal nutraceutical company that sells exclusively to licensed veterinarians since 1996. Guided by the direction of Dr. Robert J. Silver DVM, MS, CVA as Chief Medical Officer, RxVitamins has been a leader in providing cutting edge innovative formulas that can be used as stand-alone therapies or integrated with conventional therapies. No other company provides the detailed level of documentation and veterinary support by a licensed veterinarian than RxVitamins. If you haven’t had the opportunity to explore the 30+ formulas provided by RxVitamins, your practice is missing out on valuable clinical tools. Visit our website at www.RxVitamins.com or call for a catalog and information packet at 800 RX 2 2222.
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