NoVAS Annual Meeting April 21st-23rd, 2023 at the Veterinary University in Copenhagen

The NoVAS Annual Meeting and Course will be held from Friday to Sunday April 21st to April 23rd, 2023 in Copenhagen

at the Vet University, Dyrlægevej 100, Building 1-05, Auditorium A1-05.01.

This is the old Kgl. Veterinær- og
Landbohøjskole, now called University of Copenhagen, Frederiksberg Campus.

Friday 21st:

13.30 – 14.00 Arrival and sandwiches

14.00 – 17.00 Lectures by Dr. Colleen Smith, Chattanooga, Tennessee. Dr Smith will lecture on acupuncture,
species appropriate nutrition, ozone, CBD, Mushroom medicine, Cancer, Crystal medicine, herbal medicine,
microbiome health and/or mind/body care, all days.

17:00 – 18.00: NoVAS Annual General Meeting. Agenda to be send out later.

19.00: Dinner on Location. Beverage excluded.

Saturday 22nd ,

Lectures from 9.30 – 16.15

Dinner on location also on Saturday

Sunday 23rd

Lectures from 9.30 – 12.30

All meals excl. breakfast on location.

The board will stay at Hotel Cabinn Scandinavia, Vodroffsvej 55, 1900 Frederiksberg, 1,5 km from the uni.

Price including all meals: 5500DKK (740€) to be paid to:
SparNord IBAN: DK65 7470 4562077982, BIC: SPNODK22 / 7470 / Kontonr. 4562077982, no later
than March 31., 2023.

Please also send an email to that you have signed up including information whether you will be arriving by car.

If arriving by car you will need a parking permission. Let us know when signing up if you arrive in car; and
we will arrange parking tickets. Otherwise, the parking is to be paid for .

About our lecturer

Dr. Colleen Smith is a graduate of Ross University and has been practicing integrative medicine since 2005.

She has owned her small animal practice Chattanooga Holistic Animal Institute (CHAI) for 11 years
and it has given her an opportunity to learn and apply the principals of conventional medicine and
successfully integrating them with alternative treatments. She is a certified veterinary acupuncturist
through the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, and has a special interest in dietary therapy using
principals of traditional Chinese veterinary food therapy. She is also a certified chiropractitioner, and
integrates additional modalities such as herbal medicine, Ozone, stem cell therapy, microbiome transfers
and additional therapies as needed. She is the past-president to the AHVMA (American Holistic Veterinary
Medical Association) for the years 2020-2021, which is the US national association for holistic veterinarians.
She also served on the Board of Directors for 8 years and now serves on the Council of Elders for the
AHVMA. Additionally, she is on the Board of Directors of Chattaneuter, a low cost spay/neuter clinic in
Chattanooga. Dr. Smith is an avid kayaker, paddleboarder and yoga practitioner, and she also enjoys hiking
with her two dogs Scout, a Cattle dog mix, and Hank, a hound mix.

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