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TCM Enrichment

Qualified, competent and successful TCM practitioners and acupuncturists require all rounded knowledge and skills. In addition to Acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine and tuina massage, other TCM modalities such as nutrition, medicated diet, taiji qigong are also important ways to support and enhance the healing process. Professionalism and communication, business and practice management, ethics and inter professional collaborations, and safety are all essential components for qualified and successful practitioners. Chinese language, research, acupuncture anatomy and herbal pharmacology could enrich and broaden the students knowledge to enhance their learning and to improve the safety of effectiveness of their treatments. These enrichment courses provide students with additional knowledge and skills that will enrich their professional skills and serve as an extension of the core courses to enhance the better understanding and more advanced technical skills in the practice of TCM. Some of these courses are mandatory while others may be electives.

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Courses of Study in TCM Enrichment
700. TCM Enrichment
701. Chinese TCM Language
702. Taiji Qigong
715. Advanced Acupuncture Technique
704. TCM Dietetics
705. Professionalism and Communication
706. Practice Management
707. Safety Course
708. Business Promotion
709. Modern Research
710. Clinical Research
711. Nutrition and Medicated Diet
712. Health Promotion
713. TCM Herbal Pharmacology
714. Acupuncture Anatomy

 

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