Seminars (2013).

Event
FCMA Annual General Meeting and Symposium 2013
“FCMA Annual General Meeting and Symposium 2013" will be held on Sunday 6 October 2013 in Melbourne. The purpose of this annual general meeting is to summarise the past year of the Federation. More importantly, our members have been practicing Chinese medicine for many years in Australia and have accumulated rich experience in practice through academic exchanges and other counterparts. We will create a platform of exchange for everyone in their clinical experience and operational skills. During the Symposium section, members can learn from each other thereby enhancing our members' overall academic and professional quality and to serve the public better. Meanwhile, the members also have an opportunity to communicate with the Board Directors of FCMA. Members who participate in the annual meeting can encounter eight hours of formal continuing professional development (CPD).
Time: 06/10/2013 12:00am Venue: Grand Hyatt Melbourne (Melbourne Hyatt) 123 Collins Street
MELBOURNE
VIC 3000
CPD: 8 Cost / Non-member: $80.00 / $100.00Enrollment: Registration ClosedPlaces: 120 Places left
Connecting with your patients: Getting your language right
Mr Kim Khiat TYE has had a life-long romance with English, first, using it communicatively to teach before gravitating to journalism and linguistics. He spent 35 years in the newspaper industry, holding many senior editorial positions. He has also lectured on writing, communications and journalism skills. He graduated from the University of London (BA Honours) and also obtained an MA in Applied Linguistics from Monash. Additionally, he holds a Diploma in Industrial Editing (UK), a Diploma in Journalism (London), and a Diploma in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (UK). Furthermore, he has completed courses in Communications with the University of Toronto and the National Training Laboratory, USA. Currently, he teaches English Language as a first language to VCE students. In this seminar, Mr Tye will focus on interacting with your patients using the right language. He will explain how to understand your patient better by learning Australian English and culture. He will also introduce some slang, idiomatic and figurative language, and a working vocabulary in medical environment.
Time: 18/08/2013 01:30pm Venue: Deakin University, Burwood Campus, Building B Level 3,Lecture Theatre 4, 221 Burwood Hwy
BURWOOD
VIC 3125
CPD: 4 Cost / Non-member: Free / $50.00Enrollment: Registration ClosedPlaces: Unlimited
Seminar in South Australia
Speaker 1: Dr. Yifan Yang
1. Chinese medicine treatment of cancer patients
2. Clinic management
Speaker 2: Dr Gloria Chen(Part 2 1:30-3:30)
Clinical Prof and Director of Diagnosis Div ( Medical College of Inner Mongolia, China )
Preliminary analysis on the herbal and chemical medicines: inter-reaction and clinical applications
Time: 16/06/2013 12:00am Venue: Enfield Community Centre 540 Regency Rd
ENFIELD
SA 5085
CPD: 6 Cost / Non-member: Free / $50.00Enrollment: Registration ClosedPlaces: Unlimited
The new understanding of using acupuncture for the treatment of depression
Professor Qicai Wang is the Professor of the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine; General Secretary of Clinical Branch of China Acupuncture Association; Honorary Academia of American Natural Medicine Institute; Adjunct Professor of New York College of Chinese Medicine, USA; Academic Advisor of Canadian Chinese Medicine Institute; Special-term Professor of School of Chinese Medicine at the Hong Kong University; and Advisor and Adjunct Professor of Hong Kong Chinese Medicine Institute. He is the Editor-in-Chief of Acupuncture Therapeutics, the textbook for New Century National Chinese Medicine Higher Education, Reviewer-in-Chief of Acupuncture, the textbook for Chinese Medicine Adults Education. Prof Wang has published more than 500 journal articles and authored/co-authored over 60 books. His representative acupuncture books in recent years include Wang Qicai’s New Acupuncture, Solving Acupuncture Problems, Qicai’s Understanding of Acupuncture, Level II Meridians (Chinese and English edition). He was awarded as “Advanced Science and Technology Worker” in 2006, and in 2010, he received the “Golden Microphone Award” for popularising Chinese medicine in China, both of which are the only one in Acupuncture field. In this seminar, Prof Wang will share his understanding and clinical experience in using acupuncture to treat depression.
Time: 14/06/2013 07:00pm Venue: Deakin University, Burwood Campus, Building B Level 3, Lecture Theatre 4, 221 Burwood Hwy
BURWOOD (MELWAY REF: 61 B5)
VIC 3125
CPD: 2 Cost / Non-member: Free / $50.00Enrollment: Registration ClosedPlaces: Unlimited
Seminar 2 2013
Herb-drug interactions and their clinical implications
Speakers: Prof Liping Yang (Director, Clinical Pharmacology Division,
Beijing Hospital of Ministry of Health, China)
Time: 05/05/2013 01:30pm Venue: Deakin University, Burwood Campus, Building B Level 3, Lecture Theatre 4, 221 Burwood Hwy
BURWOOD (MELWAY REF: 61 B5)
VIC 3133
CPD: 4 Cost / Non-member: Free / $50.00Enrollment: Registration ClosedPlaces: Unlimited
Seminar 1,2013
1. How to write a comprehensive Chinese medicine patient record pursuant to the Guidelines for Patient Records
2. How to write up a patient case report for publication
Time: 24/03/2013 01:30pm Venue: Deakin University, Burwood Campus, Building B Level 3, Lecture Theatre 4, 221 Burwood Hwy
BURWOOD (MELWAY REF: 61 B5)
VIC 3133
CPD: 4 Cost / Non-member: Free / $50.00Enrollment: Registration ClosedPlaces: Unlimited
Part 1. Integrative Medicine - developing solutions for complex health problems
1) A comprehensive definition of integrative medicine including:
2) The processes needed to establish an integrative practice will be explored.
Speaker: Stephen Walters has been involved in healthcare for 36 years.He is currently doing a Masters degree in Clinical Science at Adelaide University through the Joanna Briggs Institute. His research topic is the experience of injured worker rehabilitation.
Time: 17/03/2013 12:00am Venue: Enfield Community Centre 540 Regency Road
ENFIELD
SA 5085
CPD: 6 Cost / Non-member: Free / $60.00Enrollment: Registration ClosedPlaces: Unlimited
Part 2. To assist Chinese medicine practitioners to learn the knowledge required by the CMBA
Speaker: the Dr. Wang Chongxin. (Dr. Wang attended the Sydney College of Traditional Chinese Medicine 'Australian National control of herbal medicines and related regulations' Certificate Course)
Time: 17/03/2013 12:00am Venue: Enfield Community Centre 540 Regency Road
ENFIELD
SA 5085
CPD: 6 Cost / Non-member: Free / $60.00Enrollment: Registration ClosedPlaces: Unlimited