Annual Advanced Meeting in Veterinary Homeopathy 2023
The 21st Annual Advanced Meeting in Veterinary Homeopathy will be held on Wednesday, February 15th – Sunday, February 19th, 2023, at the beautiful Saguaro Lake Ranch, Mesa, AZ. The main meeting is Thursday 16 – Saturday 18th, with Wednesday 15th starting the conference with an optional additional conference day and Sunday 19th offering breakfast, morning discussion, and lunch as attendees wind down to travel home.
The next Annual Meeting will be unique as it is 30 years since the first class of the Professional Course in Eugene, Oregon, graduated and started their homeopathic careers.
The 30th Anniversary Celebration is the theme for the meeting — to honor our early graduates. We are carrying this theme through our presenters, by featuring graduates of the first classes for the speaker list sharing their three decades of expertise. We are looking forward to a harvest of extraordinary experiences from such experienced practitioners sharing their work. This special event will also celebrate with an evening alumni reunion including photo and video montage.
Each year the conference features lectures by Dr. Richard Pitcairn, PIVH faculty, and a selection of guest speakers. Topics vary from year to year but include theory, case study, and practice management specific to the homeopathic veterinary practice.
The Annual Meeting is routinely held in February at the Saguaro Lake Ranch in the mountains outside of Phoenix, AZ. This beautiful location provides an excellent opportunity for focused study, catching up with friends and old classmates, relaxation, hiking, swimming, and connecting with other veterinary homeopaths in the intimate atmosphere of the Saguaro Lake Ranch. All meals are included with lodging and are served in a shared dining style, providing exceptional fare and provide a health concisous retreat to rejunvinate both body and mind. If desired, there is also the option of staying off-site and just attending the meeting and elected meals.
To register and see detailed meeting content, please follow this link: http://www.drpitcairn.com/training/annual-vet-meeting/