01/07/2018 American Association of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture (AACMA) CEU Classes Agenda
Location：The Domain Hotel，1085 El Camino Real. Sunnyvale， CA 94087
8:30 am–9:00 am: Registration
9:00 am—1:00 pm:
Speaker: Daniel Jiao DAOM, L.Ac
Modern Clinical Application of Ancient Zhang Zhong Jing Forlumas
2:00- 5:30 Pm
Speaker: Daniel Jiao DAOM, L.Ac
Topic: Modern Clinical Application of Ancient Zhang Zhong Jing Forlumas
This class will offer 8 hours of CEU category I, CE application is in processing by California Acupuncture Board. Provider No: 238
Daniel Jiao DAOM, L.Ac., Dipl. OM (NCCAOM)
Daniel Jiao graduated from Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China, and he holds a Doctorate in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and Master of Science degree in T.C.M. from the American College of T.C.M. in USA.
Daniel was served on the Board of Directors of the National Commission for the Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). He was this Board’s chairman for 3 years, commissioner for 9 years.
Daniel served as the chief instructor of Oriental Medicine in the Medical Acupuncture Program at the Stanford University, in addition to taught in the Department of Health Sciences at California State University at Long Beach.
Presently, Daniel is the Director of Doctoral Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at the American College of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine, Hi is specialized in TCM gynecology and Pain management. His research includes TCM treatment for myomata and uterine fibroids.
He was a consultant for the California State Acupuncture Board and site-visit team member for the State Accreditation Committee. He has also served as an advisor of international legislation for Oriental Medicine.
Daniel is a well-known, active T.C.M. speaker and has lectured extensively to many colleges, medical associations and at international conferences in China, Japan, Europe, and Brazil.
He has been in private practice since 1984 and was named “ Best Acupuncturist” in San Francisco Bay Area by Focus Magazine.
Topic： Modern Clinical Application of Ancient Zhang Zhong Jing Formulas
Shang Han Lun is known in English as the On Cold Damage. It is a Chinese medical treatise that was compiled by Zhang Zhong Jing sometime before the year 220, at the end of the Han dynasty. It is amongst the oldest complete clinical textbooks in the world and one of the four canonical works that students must study in traditional Chinese medical education. This course focuses on differential diagnosis and treatment strategies to treat GYN and management Oncology Diseases. An emphasis is placed on the analysis of case studies using Chinese medical theory in order to select the best acupuncture treatment and Chinese herbal formulas. In this course the general methods of Chinese medical treatment are reviewed, as well as the treatment GYN and management of Oncology diseases. This course also presents the etiology and pathology of selected GYN and cancers from both Chinese medicine and Western medicine viewpoint. Students will be introduced to GYN and Cancer related western medicine and in traditional Chinese medical education.
Parking: Free parking at street
主持: 徐志偉 楊嘉
學術部：何峰雲 等。組織部：梁曦陽 等。財務部：周澤新 等。宣传部：歐小堅 等。總務部：張通 等。公關部：張萍 等。福利部：張麗莉 等。醫德部：洪一心 等。英文部：楊磊 等。政治部：魏偉 等。
PRE-REGISTRATION FORM 提前註冊表
Name: ______________________________License No.: AC____________ Telephone: ______________________
||$30 (with 2017 membership card)
||$30 (with valid 2017 membership card)
||$25 (with valid ID)
||$50 (with valid ID)
(1) Pre-registration deadline is December 10t h, 2017，(2) Refund Policy: 80% prior to December 10th, 2017， none thereafter. (3) Please make your check payable to AACMA. (4) If you have not paid your 2017 membership fee ($120) and PAC donation ($80), please pay them ASAP, or you can bring your checks (you must bring two checks to pay each separately) at the class to pay them on site. Please write your name and license number on your check. (5) We will provide handouts (Chinese and English) prior to the lecture and issue CE certificate after the lecture.
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