You can expand your treatment options by joining CIVT. Your membership will give you more opportunities to access the latest scientific evidence for integrative veterinary medicine from around the world, helping you to increase your skills, your satisfaction, your business and retain your clients.
Full Veterinary membership of CIVT is only available to registered veterinarians. Discounted membership fees may apply to veterinarians suffering economic disadvantage, please email email@example.com to discuss.
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The Journal of Integrative Veterinary Therapies (JIVT) is the first international veterinary publication addressing evidence based natural medicine for animals.
This modern, clinically relevant journal is issued twice a year. JIVT publishes material on all aspects of integrative veterinary therapies including case reports, research articles, research updates, book reviews, commentary and other relevant information. Copies are available to the entire Membership and Friends of CIVT, with limited sample copies available for those interested in finding out more and joining the College.
Download a sample of the Journal of Integrative Veterinary Therapies for free, and read a fascinating excerpt from Dr Steve Marsden's book 'Essential Guide to Chinese Herbal Formulas - Bridging Science and Tradition in Integrative Veterinary Medicine', a great article 'Approaching disease globally by addressing ‘leaky gut syndrome' by Dr Alexia Tsakiris, plus interesting case reports and monographs.