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America ’s Institute of Traditional Medicine 美國傳統醫藥學院

Address: 2712 San Gabriel Boulevard, Rosemead, CA 91770  U.S.A.

Phone: 1-626-288-1199
Fax: 1-626-288-4199
Email: info@sotcm.com


美國傳統醫藥學院學術講座

Traditional Chinese Medicine Continuing Education Seminars

(Last lecture was conducted on 09/22/2012, next lecture is undecided未定) Space is limited, please respond ASAP

本院將安排整年的每週或每月的定時或不定時的學術講座

The institute will arrange weekly or monthly regular or irregular academic seminars through the year

TOPICS講題:

Treatment of Female Infertility with Traditional Chinese Medicine

婦科不孕症的中醫治療

Sponsor: American Institute of Traditional Medicine.

Location: 2712 San Gabriel Boulevard, Rosemead, CA 91770.

Contact Number: (626) 288-1199. Email: info@sotcm.com

Fee: $10.00 per C.E. hour; TCM students can get half price discount, please call (626) 626-3330 to confirm.

Language: English and Chinese bilingual or interpreted instruction.

Introduction to Instructor:

Speaker: Dr. Xing Sheng Xu is instructor in TCM University and has private practice in California. He graduated from traditional Chinese medical university of Shanghai in China in 1983, further trained in Japan in 1989. He has written and published several TCM books past years. Dr. Xu came from five generations of TCM family.

 

Date

Time

Speaker

Course Title

Course Outline

C.E.Hrs.

Conducted on 09/22/2012,

Next lecture is

Undecided未定

01:00pm~06:00pm

Dr. Xing Sheng Xu徐幸聲老師

Treatment of Female Infertility with Traditional Chinese Medicine

A. Concept of female infertility in traditional Chinese medicine.

B. Classification of female infertility in traditional Chinese medicine.

C. Treatment of female infertility according to differential diagnosis in traditional Chinese medicine.

D. Analysis of formulae for female infertility.

E. Case study.

F. Question and answer.

5

 

美國傳統醫藥學院學術講座

Traditional Chinese Medicine Continuing Education Seminars

(Last lecture was conducted on 06/30/2012, next lecture is undecided未定) Space is limited, please respond ASAP

本院將安排整年的每週或每月的定時或不定時的學術講座

The institute will arrange weekly or monthly regular or irregular academic seminars through the year

TOPICS講題:

Advanced Discussion of Pulse Feeling in Diagnostics of Traditional Chinese Medicine

中醫切診的高級技巧

Sponsor: American Institute of Traditional Medicine.

Location: 2712 San Gabriel Boulevard, Rosemead, CA 91770.

Contact Number: (626) 288-1199. Email: info@sotcm.com

Fee: $10.00 per C.E. hour; TCM students can get half price discount, please call (626) 626-3330 to confirm.

Language: English and Chinese bilingual or interpreted instruction.

Introduction to Instructor:

Speaker: Dr. Xing Sheng Xu is instructor in TCM University and has private practice in California. He graduated from traditional Chinese medical university of Shanghai in China in 1983, further trained in Japan in 1989. He has written and published several TCM books past years. Dr. Xu came from five generations of TCM family.

 

Date

Time

Speaker

Course Title

Course Outline

C.E.Hrs.

Conducted on 06/30/2012,

Next lecture is

Undecided未定

01:00pm~06:00pm

Dr. Xing Sheng Xu徐幸聲老師

Advanced Discussion of Pulse Feeling in Diagnostics of Traditional Chinese Medicine

A. Basic concept of pulse feeling in traditional Chinese medicine.

B. Methods and mechanism of pulse feeling.

C. Normal and abnormal pulses.

D. Case study.

E. Question and answer.

5


美國傳統醫藥學院學術講座

Traditional Chinese Medicine Continuing Education Seminars

(Date is undecided未定) Space is limited, please respond ASAP

The institute will arrange weekly or monthly regular or irregular academic seminars through the year

本院將安排整年的每週或每月的定時或不定時的學術講座

 

TOPICS講題:

1. Herbal Medicine ingredients & Pharmacology Research

2. The Comparison between Western Medicine & Herbal Medicine

 

Sponsor: American Institute of Traditional Medicine.

Location: 2712 San Gabriel Boulevard, Rosemead, CA 91770.

Contact Number: (626) 288-1199. Email: info@sotcm.com

Fee: $10.00 per C.E. hour; TCM students can get half price discount, please call (626) 626-3330 to confirm.

Language: English and Chinese bilingual or interpreted instruction.

Introduction to Instructor:

Speaker: Dr. Ho Yi Tu graduated from Alhambra Medical University (06/09~~01/12) and Taipei Medical University (Pharmacy) (09/73~~06/77). Dr. Tu’s working experience includes: TMU Hospital Pharmacist(West Medicine).Taipei Chinese Medicine Hospital Herbologist. Sheng Chang Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. Herbal Researcher. The owner of Shin Yuan Pharmacy. The owner of Shin Yuan Pharmaceutical Company. The co-owner of Private Herbal Manufacturer. TMU professor Assistant in Herbal extraction Chemistry & Physics Teacher in High School. He is licensed acupuncturist in California at present time.

 

Date

日期

Time

時間

Speaker

講員

Course Title

課程題目

Course Outline

課程大綱

C.E.Hrs.

繼續教育學分

Undecided未定

Undecided未定

Dr. Ho Yi Tu杜和益中醫師

Herbal Medicine ingredients & Pharmacology Research

1. How to classify by science

2. Appearance

3. Category

4. Grow & Plant

5. Dry, refine, storage

6. Herbal examination

7. Ingredients analyses

8. Pharmacological analyses

9. Products

Undecided未定

Undecided未定

Undecided未定

Dr. Ho Yi Tu杜和益中醫師

The Comparison between Western Medicine & Herbal Medicine

1. Retinitis simplex herpes or?..

2. Treatment by western medicine

3. Side-effect of western medicine

4. Treatment by unique herbal medicine

5. Treatment by combined herbal medicine

6. Prescription of herbal medicine by western medical theory.

7. Herbal & alternative cure to help western medical treatment

 

Undecided未定

 


美國傳統醫藥學院學術講座

Traditional Chinese Medicine Continuing Education Seminars

(Date is undecided未定) Space is limited, please respond ASAP

The institute will arrange weekly or monthly regular or irregular academic seminars through the year

本院將安排整年的每週或每月的定時或不定時的學術講座

TOPICS講題
Brief Introduction to Kinesiology
運動學簡介

Speaker, Dr. Guo Ying Mao will introduce series of lectures about basic knowledge of kinematics course, which includes sport anatomy and physiology, movement mechanics and clinical application. He will also introduce pathological movement and the specific diagnosis and treatment methods and operations so that students can apply what they have learned to find the right way to resolve the treatment of neuromusculoskeletal disease. Educational goals: Training the students to have a basic knowledge and concepts on the kinematics, an interested in sports therapy, and a full understanding of importance of the kinematics in maintaining human health.本系列講座由毛國英中醫師主講運動學課程,向學生介紹運動解剖、運動生理、運動力學等基本知識,並結合臨床實際應用,簡介出現的病理性運動,具体的診斷和治療的的方法和操作,使學生能學以致用,找到解決治療患者的與神經肌肉骨骼疾病有關的正确方法。教育目標︰使學生對運動學有基本知識和概念,對運動治療產生興趣,對運動學維持人體健康的重要性有充分認識。

Sponsor: American Institute of Traditional Medicine.

Location: 2712 San Gabriel Boulevard, Rosemead, CA 91770.

Contact Number: (626) 288-1199. Email: info@sotcm.com

Fee: $10.00 per C.E. hour; TCM students can get half price discount, please call (626) 626-3330 to confirm.

Language: English and Chinese bilingual or interpreted instruction.

Introduction to Instructor:

Speaker: Dr. Guo Ying Mao is instructor in TCM University and has private practice in California. He graduated from First Medical College of Shanghai in China in 1970, and graduated with master degree in 1982, further trained in TCM in Dongguk Royal University, USA in 2004. He has been practicing, teaching and researching both TCM and western medicine in hospitals of China and U.S.A. for numerous years.

 

Date日期

Time

時間

Speaker

講員

Course Title

課程題目

Course Outline

課程大綱

C.E.Hrs.

繼續教育學分

Undecided未定

Undecided未定

Dr. Guo Ying Mao毛國英中醫師

Kinesiology Course I運動學課程I

I. General Concepts of Movement System (運動系統一般概念):
1) Skeleton System (骨骼系統)
2) Muscle System (肌肉系統)
3) Nervous System (神徑系統)
Practice(實習):

Important bony landmarks (重要的骨性标誌) and
Important Muscles (重要的肌肉)?which are able to be touched on the human body (人體可触知的)

Undecided未定

Undecided未定

Undecided未定

Dr. Guo Ying Mao毛國英中醫師

Kinesiology Course II運動學課程II

II. Joint Movement and Muscle Physiology (關節運动和肌肉生理)
Practice(實習):
Normal Range of Motion (正常關節活動度)
Muscle Strength Test (肌肉力量測試)

Undecided未定

Undecided未定

Undecided未定

Dr. Guo Ying Mao毛國英中醫師

Kinesiology Course III運動學課程III

III. Muscle Origin and Insertion and motion (肌肉起止點和動作)
Agonist (原動肌) , Antagonist (拮抗肌)
Practice(實習):
Shoulder, elbow, hip and knee joints muscle groups
on the body (肩,肘,髖和膝關節的肌群)

Undecided未定

Undecided未定

Undecided未定

Dr. Guo Ying Mao毛國英中醫師

Kinesiology Course IV運動學課程IV

IV. Pathokinesiology (運動病理學)
Pain and posture (疼痛和姿势)
Practice(實習):
Massage Techniques Reducing Pain (減輕疼痛的按摩手法)

Undecided未定

Undecided未定

Undecided未定

Dr. Guo Ying Mao毛國英中醫師

Kinesiology Course V運動學課程V

V. Joint Mobilization (關節松動術)
Practice(實習):

Passive movements by therapists (由治療師所作的被動活动)

Undecided未定

Undecided未定

Undecided未定

Dr. Guo Ying Mao毛國英中醫師

Kinesiology Course VI運動學課程VI

VI. Stretching (牵伸術)
Practice(實習):
Self Stretching (自我牵伸術)
Stretch by partner (被動牵伸)

Undecided未定

Undecided未定

Undecided未定

Dr. Guo Ying Mao毛國英中醫師

Kinesiology Course VII運動學課程VII

VII. Trigger Points and Myofascial Pain Syndrome (触痛點和肌筋膜疼痛綜合症)
Practice(實習):
Find your partner’s Trigger Points on his body(在伙伴身上找到扳機點)

Undecided未定

Undecided未定

Undecided未定

Dr. Guo Ying Mao毛國英中醫師

Kinesiology Course VIII運動學課程VIII

VIII. Muscle Energy Technique (肌肉能量技術)
Practice(實習):
Flexibility improvement through Muscle Energy Technique (肌肉能量技術改善柔韌性)

Undecided未定

 


美國傳統醫藥學院學術講座

Traditional Chinese Medicine Continuing Education Seminars

(Date and Time: Undecided未定) Space is limited, please respond ASAP

本院將安排整年的每週或每月的定時或不定時的學術講座

The institute will arrange weekly or monthly regular or irregular academic seminars through the year

本次由徐幸聲老師主講中醫望診的高級技巧

Sponsor: American Institute of Traditional Medicine.

Location: 2712 San Gabriel Boulevard, Rosemead, CA 91770.

Contact Number: (626) 288-1199. Email: info@sotcm.com

Fee: $10.00 per C.E. hour; TCM students can get half price discount, please call (626) 626-3330 to confirm.

Language: English and Chinese bilingual or interpreted instruction.

Introduction to Instructor:

Speaker: Dr. Xing Sheng Xu is instructor in TCM University and has private practice in California. He graduated from traditional Chinese medical university of Shanghai in China in 1983, further trained in Japan in 1989. He has written and published several TCM books past years. Dr. Xu came from five generations of TCM family.

 

Date

Time

Speaker

Course Title

Course Outline

C.E.Hrs.

Undecided未定

01:00pm~06:00pm

Dr. Xing Sheng Xu

Advanced Discussion of Inspection in Diagnostics of Traditional Chinese Medicine

A. Basic concept of inspection in traditional Chinese medicine.

B. Inspection on regions of the head and the face.

C. Inspection on regions of the extremities and the trunk.

D. Case study.

E. Question and answer.

Scheduled

5

Traditional Chinese Medicine Continuing Education Seminars

(Date and Time: Undecided未定) Space is limited, please respond ASAP


Sponsor: American Institute of Traditional Medicine.

Location: 2712 San Gabriel Boulevard, Rosemead, CA 91770.

Contact Number: (626) 288-1199. Email: info@sotcm.com

Fee: $10.00 per C.E. hour, $300.00 for 30 C.E. hours in total.

Introduction to Instructor: Dr. Jianfu Jiang was a China's first female surgeon. She received her M.D. Degree from Shanghai Medical University (SMU) in 1955 and went on to serve as a surgeon in Zhong Shan Hospital affiliated to SMU until 1961. Since 1861 she became one of the foremost Western Medical Doctor pursuing studies in TCM. She received her O.M.D. Degree from Shanghai Medical University of TCM in 1964. She graduated with the highest honor awarded by the Ministry of Health of China. Since then, she did research on mechanism of acupuncture and Meridian and became one of the pioneers on technique of acupuncture anesthesia in 1965. She has more than 50 years extensive experience as a surgeon and physician of Western medicine and as an acupuncturist and herbalist of TCM.

She was invited to come to the USA to teach in 1987. She gave series of lectures on many different topics of TCM in OR, CA, NY, Fl, HI and Taiwan.

She is the founder, president and professor of CHINA INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL UNIVERSITY in Los Angeles since 1994. She also was invited to be in charge of the integrated medical clinic in University of California in Irvine as associate clinic professor since 2003. Dr. Jiang is a distinguished professor, research scholar and foremost educator in the field of TCM in the US.

Date

Time

Course Title

Course Outline

C.E.Hrs.

Undecided未定

09:00am~06:00pm

Successful Cases Studies of Treating Problematic Diseases with Shang-Han-Lun Formulae

A. CARDIO DISEASES

B. HYPERTENSION AND LATE EFFECT OF STROKE

C. PULMONARY DISEASES

D. PSYCHOLOGICAL DISEASES

E. DIGESTIVE DISEASES

F. ASKING QUESTIONS

Scheduled 8

Undecided未定

09:00am~01:00pm

TREATING NEUROLOGICAL DISEASES WITH TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE

A. MULTIPLE SCLOROSISVIRAL

B. PARKINSON'S DISEASE

C. ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE

D. HEMIPLEGIA

E. FACIAL PARALYSIS

F. VIRAL NEUROPATHY

G. OPTIC NERVE ATROPHY

Scheduled 4

Undecided未定

02:00pm~06:00pm

TREATING ENDOCRINOLOGICAL DISEASES WITH TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE

A. DIABETES & COMPLICATIONS

B. HYPERTHYROIDISM

C. HYPOTHYROIDISM

D. ACUTE PACREATITIS

E. HYPERADRENALISM

F. HYPOADRENALISM

G. ASKING QUESTIONS

Scheduled 4

Undecided未定

09:00am~01:00pm

TREATING DERMATOLOGICAL DISEASES WITH TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE

A. ACUTE DERMATITIS

B. HERPES

C. CHRONIC ECZEMA

D. PSORIASIS

E. DERMATOSCLEROSIS

F. ANAL RECTAL DISEASES

Scheduled 4

Undecided未定

02:00pm~06:00pm

ACUPUNCTURE COSMETOLOGY

A. COSMETOGY BY ACUPUNCTURE & HERBS

B. LOOSING WEIGHT BY QIGONG & HERBS

Scheduled 4

Undecided未定

09:00am~04:00pm

ADVANCED STUDIES ON GYN/OBS DISEASES TREATED WITH TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE

A. DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF MENSTRUAL DISORDERS

B. DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF WOMAN'S?INFERTILITY

C. PREMENSTRUAL SYNDROME & MENOPAUSAL SYNDROME

D. HYSTEROMYOMA & ENDOMETRIOSIS

E. PATHOLOGIC PREGNANCY & POST PASRTUM DISEASE

Scheduled 6


Marketing/Promotional Letter

Dear Licensed Acupuncturists:

You probably know that some States / Cities request licensed acupuncturists to complete certain hours of continuing education courses every year or every two years to renew their license. The California Acupuncture Board requests 50 hours of continuing education courses every two years to renew license. The National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) requires diplomates to demonstrate a minimum of 60 PDA (Professional Development Activity) points attained during the four years prior to recertification.

Our school offers California Acupuncture Board approved continuing education courses. Or courses reach to NCCAOM’s requirements, It is time to complete the continuing education courses. Please fill out the attached (Please Download the Attachment) registration form and fax it back to (626) 288-4199 or call us at (626) 288-1199 to schedule the courses for you and your colleagues.

For certified acupuncturists by NCCAOM, if you are unable to attend our live seminar courses, you may complete publication of academic papers in our journal Sciences of Traditional Chinese Medicine to reach to NCCAOM’s requirements to gain some of continuing education scores, please read following letter in details.

Live seminar course location: 2712 San Gabriel Boulevard, Rosemead, CA 91770

Dr. Kexin Bao, School Director

California Acupuncture Board

Continuing Education Requirements

The Board believes that careful oversight of its continuing education requirements is important in implementing its mission and goals. Continuing education is a means for practitioners to stay abreast of current knowledge, practices and regulations -- thereby providing better services to consumers.

The license renewal fee is $325 every two (2) years. In order to continue to practice acupuncture, you must submit the renewal fee with the application mailed to you before the expiration date. IT IS ILLEGAL TO PRACTICE WITH AN EXPIRED LICENSE. Licensees found to be practicing with an expired license are subject to disciplinary action. Additionally, a delinquent fee of $25.00 will be added to your renewal fee if not paid by the expiration date.

All acupuncturists renewing their license will be required to list all board-approved continuing education courses completed on their renewal application and sign under penalty of perjury. The required number of board-approved continuing education hours that must be completed in a 2-year renewal period cannot be less than fifty (50) hours. In addition, no more than five (5) hours of continuing education may be spent on issues unrelated to clinical matters or the actual provision of health care to patients. Each acupuncturist is required to retain records of all continuing education courses attended for a minimum of four (4) years. If an initial license has been issued for less than 2 years, below is the number of board-approved continuing education hours that must be handed in based on the number of months the license was issued:

Period of Initial Licensure

Required CE Hours

13 to 16 months

35

17 to 20 months

40

21 to 23 months

45

If a licensee is not currently practicing in California and wishes to place his or her license on "Inactive Status," he or she must contact the Board. Inactive licensees are required to submit the same renewal fee amount as 'active' licensees ($325 for a 2-year renewal period); however 'inactive' licensees are not required to complete the CE requirement (C.C.R. Title 16, section 1399.489.1). If the licensee would like to reactivate the license, he or she must contact the Board in order to determine the number of CE Unit hours and the fee required to be submitted before the license can become active.

A license (active or inactive) which is not renewed within three (3) years of its expiration date WILL NOT BE RENEWED. A new license will not be issued until the licensee has retaken the examination and paid all necessary fees.

Section 30 of the Business and Professions Code and Public Law 94-455 (42 USCA 405 (c) (2) (c)) authorize collection of your Social Security Number (SSN). Your SSN will be used exclusively for tax enforcement purposes, and/or for purposes of compliance with any judgment or order for family support. If you fail to disclose your SSN, your application for renewal license will not be processed AND you will be reported to the Franchise Tax Board. Please make sure your SSN stated below is accurate; please make changes only it if is wrong or if the area is blank.


Dear Members of NCCAOM:

I am pleased to inform you that our journal, Sciences of Traditional Chinese Medicine, is now broadening the scope in soliciting professional articles. You can take advantage of this opportunity to raise your score of continuing education by publishing your paper in our journal.

NCCAOM requires diplomates to demonstrate a minimum of 60 PDA (Professional Development Activity) points attained during the four years prior to recertification. Among the 60 PDA points, a maximum of 30 PDA points may be awarded for publications. Diplomates may be awarded 30 PDA points for authoring a book that is over 300 pages in length, 15 PDA points for primary authorship in a peer-reviewed journal, or 10 points for each article. Dates, titles, publishers?ISBN numbers, abstracts and executive summaries should be documented by submitting a photocopy of the title pages of books. Copies of articles must be submitted, as well as the table of contents page that shows the date published. (Please see recertification handbook. The current recertification handbook and application are available at www.nccaom.org.)

The following is a notice for soliciting contributions. If you have any questions please email to us at editor@sotcm.com.

Thank you very much!

Kexin Bao, Ph.D., L.Ac., Editor-in-Chief

The Sciences of Traditional Chinese Medicine Notice Soliciting Contributions

1. The Sciences Of Traditional Chinese Medicine (SOTCM) is the first international journal that emphasizes the popularity of traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture and therapeutic massage knowledge. We publish two editions, the General and Professional Editions. The General Edition has been published since January 1995 while the Professional Edition has been published since August 1996. SOTCM primarily disseminates this knowledge of traditional Chinese medicine for the purpose of improving the health all people.
This journal has a registered ISSN and is sponsored by American Institute of Traditional Medicine. Presently, the General Edition is published monthly while the Professional Edition is published non-periodically.
2. This journal welcomes contributions that are related to traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture, therapeutic massage, and traditional Chinese medicine integrated with Western medicine. Contributions can come in the form of popular scientific medical knowledge, clinical experiences, research achievements, medical anecdotes, medical information, and informal essays. A manuscript with 1000 to 2000 words is appropriate, but it should not exceed 3000 words. For the general edition, small size articles are especially welcome; for the professional edition, new achievements, new doctrines, new hypotheses, new outlooks, new experiences, new methods, new means, and new developments in traditional Chinese medicine and traditional Chinese medicine integrated with Western medicine at the international level are welcome. The author is responsible for his/her own writings. For the requirements for the Chinese edition, please see the Notice Soliciting Contributions in Chinese.
3. The following technical rules should be followed strictly in the preparation of text:
(a) Manuscripts should be typewritten with Microsoft Word (or consistent with MS Word) format and emailed to editor@sotcm.com as an attachment. You must indicate “academic paper contribution or “popular scientific paper contribution in the Subject section of the email. During the review of each manuscript, the reviewers have the authority to decide whether the manuscript belongs to either the academic paper category or the popular scientific paper category.
(b) On the title page, you should include the full title, list of authors (with academic degrees), institution, laboratory or clinic of origin, running title, mailing address, telephone and fax numbers, as well as email address.
(c) The beginning of the manuscript should include an abstract consisting of a single paragraph of no more than 300 words. The abstract should be clear and concise. You should also include a list of keywords (not exceeding 7) along with the abstract.
(d) References and citations within the manuscript should include the author's name and year of publication; e.g. (Bengston and Krinsley, 2000; Chen et al., 1984; Chen et al., 1993). Such references must be of published work that is directly pertinent. Furthermore, references should be listed with all authors names and full titles in alphabetical order on a separate sheet at the end of the text. Examples appropriate references: Bengston, W.F. and D. Krinsley. The Effect of the "Laying on of Hands" on Transplanted Breast Cancer in Mice. Journal of Scientific Exploration 14 (3), 353-364, 2000.
Chen, Z.L. and X.F. Zhou. The effects of acupuncture in 300 cases of acute lumbar sprain. J. Tradit. Chin. Med. 4:93-95, 1984.
Chen, S.Y. and F. Li. Tonics and astringents. In: A Clinical Guide to Chinese Herbs and Formulae, Churchill Livingston, New York, 1993, pp. 75.
(e) You must type footnotes and legends for illustrations in double-spaced format. Footnotes should be consecutively numbered in superscript throughout the text and should be used as sparingly as possible.
(f) To ensure clear reproduction of figures, figures should be clear, no larger than 8?nbsp;?nbsp;11 inches (22 ?nbsp;28 cm), and supplied in triplicate with special attention to sharp focus and contrast. The figures also should be ready, in all respects, for direct processing. Importantly, the lettering and symbols should be large enough to be reproduced legibly after reduction. For each figure, mark the names of the authors and the number of the figure, and indicate the orientation of each.
(g) Photographs of tables should be prepared in the same way as the figures are.
(h) All of the terms used in submitted manuscripts must accord with the International Acupuncture Nomenclature proposed by the WHO in 1991. Not conforming to this standard nomenclature could delay the article’s publication. When in doubt, write to the Sciences of Traditional Chinese Medicine for further information. The editor reserves the right to alter non-standard terminology in all manuscripts.
(i) All measurements must be in metric units. However, English units should also be given parenthetically if the measurements were originally done in English units.
4. This journal has the right to refuse publishing, revise manuscripts, investigate research processes and the person(s) involved, transfer the contribution to other periodicals or academic meetings, allow other periodicals to republish, and to republish as corpus by this journal.
5. Once the manuscript is submitted to the editor, the author should wait at least a half year before submitting the manuscript to another journal. If the author does not receive any notice over a half year since the manuscript was submitted to the editor, all manuscripts will not be returned, and the author may submit the manuscript to other journals. Once the contribution is received, the contribution becomes the property of this journal.
6. Please indicate the author’s real name, position, academic title, degree, employer, mailing address, telephone number, fax number, and email address. During the first submission, please attach curriculum vitae.
7. Publications for the general edition will not be charged, but publications for the professional edition will be charged. There is a page charge of US$50 per page to authors (any publication that is less than a page will still be charged $50). Exceptionally numerous illustrations or elaborate tables will require special arrangement with the publisher for sharing the cost of reproduction. Color figures or plates will be accepted only at the author's expense for engraving, printing and handling.
There will be no payment for the writer's work. Once the article is published, the issue in which the article was published and an acknowledgement letter will be sent to author.
8. High-level volunteer editors or members of editorial committees are wanted. If you are interested to this gratuitous position, please email this journal for an application form. Qualified scholar will be admitted.
9. If you are interested in placing an advertisement in our journal, the unit price is $4.00/square inch for inside pages; $5.00/square inch for inside front page or inside back page; $8.00/square inch for first page, $6.00/square inch for last page.
10. Our company, American Institute of Traditional Medicine is a non-profit organization that fully supports the development of TCM. Please make a tax-deductible contribution in check, credit card, or cash to support this non-profit organization. Our tax ID No. is #95-551980. Thank you very much for your patronage to SOTCM.
11. Our address is:
Sciences Of Traditional Chinese Medicine
2712 San Gabriel Boulevard
Rosemead, CA 91770 U.S.A.

About the distance learning

At present time, our school has no distance learning program for acupuncturist. Once we have established the program, we will announce here, please be patient to wait for our good news.

For more information about the continuing education courses, please contact the school. Add. : 2712 San Gabriel Boulevard, Rosemead, CA 91770 USA. Tel.: 626-288-1199. Fax: 626-288-4199. E-mail: school@sotcm.com

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