Integrative Medicine Club
The Integrative Veterinary Medicine Club is meant to enhance our veterinary education by focusing on alternative therapies, including but not limited to acupuncture, chiropractic care, and nutrition. This club provides students with information and opportunities to explore and pursue holistic modalities for an integrative approach to animal wellness.
Principle activities, events, or programs:
Our group’s events include lunch-and-learn lecture meetings, field trips, and hands on labs. These events cover a range of topics including acupuncture, integrative and rehabilitative medicine, chiropractic care, Chinese medicine, home cooking, and much more!
How this group’s activities benefit the profession, university, and community:
Our vision is to empower emerging veterinarians to have knowledge and access to as many alternative resources as possible to best serve the diverse needs of our patients. Our mission is to provide veterinary students with information and opportunities to explore and pursue holistic modalities for an integrative approach to animal wellness.
How to get involved with this group:
Integrative Medicine Club is open to all students at the College of Veterinary Medicine. An interest meeting is held at the beginning of each semester and dues are collected. Dues include membership for the Integrative Medicine Club and come with many benefits including AHVMA membership, as well as several scholarship and externship opportunities. Contact an officer to join today!
President: Jacquie Cobb
Vice President: Carly Hubbard
Secretary: Megan Hardy
Treasurer: Haley Hancock
Event Coordinator and Chapter Delegate: Katie McKenzie
Sponsorship Coordinator: Emily Horton
Website (Integrative Medicine Club on Facebook):