The 15th Annual TCVM Conference will be held in the beautiful San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Madrid, SPAIN from the 12-15th of September, 2013 and hosted by the Chi Institute Europe. The main theme of this conference will be TCVM for Oncology, Geriatrics and Quality of Life in small animals, horses and farm or exotic animals.
The Chi Institute strives to support the TCVM community. Chi has made numerous contributions to this community and has recently donated to Dr. Margo Roman’s DrDoMore Project as well as the AHVMA Foundation.
Congratulations to Dr. Justin Shmalberg who successfully completed the requirements to attain diplomate status in the American College of Veterinary Nutrition. His small animal nutrition residency at the University of Florida was funded in part by a grant from the Chi Institute, and we are pleased to see that he has been hired as the third faculty member of the integrative medicine service at UF which now incorporates acupuncture, rehabilitation, and nutrition. Congratulations on Dr. Haleh Siahpolo's graduation from the UF Acupuncture Internship and welcome to the new intern, Dr. Jessie Burgess.
The Chi Institute is very exited to publish more new TCVM educational aids: Rabbit Acupoints Chart, TCVM For Emergency and Critical Care Chart, Chinese Veterinary Herb Cards, TCVM Fundamental Principles in Spanish Book, iPad App for Canine Acupuncture Point.