The Veterinary Public Health Club (VPHC) at the Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine (ISU CVM) provides a network for veterinary students interested in public health and those enrolled in the DVM/MPH concurrent program through ISU and the University of Iowa. The club serves as an information source for public health related career opportunities, MPH class scheduling, practicum guidance, and as an avenue for exposure to the various facets of the field of public health through activities in the community, private veterinary practice and interaction with various public health and veterinary professionals. The VPHC is a resource that will help veterinary students and DVM/MPH concurrent students understand the expanding role of veterinarians in public health and provide opportunities for involvement as a student.
This organization has no affiliations.
Constitution / Tier
||Student within the College of Veterinary Medicine
||Multiple in the Fall and Spring on or related public health topics
Description of Regular Meetings/Activities
Description of Special Events
| 0700 - Leave from College of Vet Med Student Parking lot
Drive via U.S. 30 W · 58.6 mi
0800 - Arrive at the Meskwaki settlement
0700 - 0800 - Breakfast available for students
0800 - 0830 - Set up for the Rabies Clinic
0830 - Rabies Clinic Starts
Will be preforming physical exams, rabies vaccines, heartworm tests, client education and providing clients with heartworm and flea/tick medications.
1200 - Two people leave to pick up Pizza Hut for lunch, 209 U.S. 30 Business, Toledo, IA 52342
Drive via State St and S County Rd · 2.0 mi
1210 - Two people arrive back at Settlement with pizza
1630 or whenever last patient is seen - Rabies Clinic Ends
1730 - 1800 - Leave Meskwaki settlement
1830 - 1900 - Arrive back at College of Vet Med Student Parking lot