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Refreshed Site and New Member-only Content

Thursday, 21 December 2017 18:29

We are very excited to announce that the World Association of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (WATCVM) and the American Association of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (AATCVM) have joined forces to offer one all-inclusive membership. With the new joint-membership comes new member-only benefits and a refreshed, updated site design. In addition to the current benefits, such as a subscription to the American Journal of TCVM (AJTCVM), members will now also have access to an electronic library with TCVM books and articles, easy-to-access online presentations and reference materials, searchable online journal issues and newsletters, and a practitioner directory. Additionally, TCVM news updates and events will be shared from around the world, via WATCVM’s individual country association pages. The reformatted website and membership design encourages networking and case discussion between peers, making it easy to stay informed about what’s going on in the TCVM community, and incorporates several great resources that will make life as a practitioner so much easier! Additionally, the site will host the WATCVM Foundation, a branch of the WATCVM dedicated to funding research projects, promoting the education of TCVM at veterinary colleges, developing TCVM research standards, and assisting veterinarians in developing countries to incorporate TCVM programs into their veterinary schools.