CMAAC Nova Scotia AGM 2019



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Who is this course for?

Members of CMAAC-NS, General Enthusiasts

How long does the course take?

4 hours of video content

Continuing Education Credits?

After completeing the course, members of CMAAC-NS can choose to pay $35 to acquire 3 CEUs.

What else?

Certificate of completion


Recorded October 20, 2019 in Halifax Nova Scotia, the annual general meeting of the Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Association of Canada – Nova Scotia Chapter (CMAAC Nova Scotia AGM 2019) features informative presentations on a variety of TCM topics by engaging speakers.

Note: After completing this seminar, CMAAC-NS members can pay $35 to acquire CEUs.

Kevin Durjun
BSc Hons MBacC
Head of Events and Public Relations British Acupuncture Council

Topic: Sharing the Love
How members of the public can benefit from acupuncture self-regulation; how a professional body can work for both practitioners and the public to increase public awareness and popularity of acupuncture.

Lucy Griffiths
B.Sc hons TCM
CCATCM Dean of Acupuncture
Member British Acupuncture Council, CMAAC

Topic: Marriage of Medicine
How patients can benefit from collaboration between acupuncturists and family doctors through reduced waiting times, long lasting results and improved access to healthcare services.

Dr. Jinsong Zhou

Topic: Food, Tea, Herbs, and Healing
Healthy eating wisdom according to Chinese Medicine. A brief introduction on the basics of good health according to Chinese Medicine and some popular Chinese health foods, herbal teas and organic herbs. Also covers some practical skills on and how to choose food, tea, and herbs according individuals’ body constitution.

Michael Kydd

Topic: Social Communication for Small Business:
A review of current best practices and modern communication applications as a means for building revenue, and communicating effectively in a variety of ways to both online and offline

All of our courses and textbooks are faithfully derived from real lesson plans used at the Canadian College of Acupuncture & TCM in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Our expert instructors are some of the world’s leaders in TCM education, who have dedicated their careers to natural healing and bringing alternative medicine to the West.

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