3rd North American TCM Symposium
Chinese Medicine in Integrative Health
10/20/2019 (Sunday), 9:00 AM – 17:00 PM
Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine
100 E Broward Blvd, #100
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
NCCAOM PDA Points：7
World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies（WFCMS）
National Federation of Chinese TCM Organizations (NFCTCMO)
Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine (ATOM)
Florida Acupuncture Association (FAA)
Florida State Oriental Medical Association (FSOMA)
Tianjiang Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. 天江藥業
Blue Light, Inc. 藍光公司
American College of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine (ACAOM)
Five Branches University (FBU)
New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine(NYCTCM)
TCM Organizations (NFCTCMO)
Xiumin Li, MD
Professor in the Dept. of Microbiology and Immunology, and Dept. Otolaryngology
New York Medical College
Mitigating Food Allergies with Chinese Herbs: Report on Scientific and Clinical Studies
Ruanjin Zhao, Ph.D., AP
Director, The Center for Traditional Chinese Medicine, Sarasota, Florida
To Integrate the TCM in Clinical Oncology
Former President of Yangzhou TCM Hospital affiliated to Nanjing University of TCM
Director of Tianjiang Chinese Herbal Granules Research Institute, Nanjing University of TCM
Advancement of Research in Chinese Herbal Granules
(Chinese with simultaneous translation in English)
David Dehui Wang, MD (China), Ph.D, L.Ac
Clinical Assistant Professor at the Ohio State University
Vice President and Chair of Internal Medicine of the American Traditional Chinese Medicine Association
Acupuncture in integrative medicine at Ohio State University
Hongjian He, AP
Acting President of National Federation of Chinese TCM Organizations
Vice-Chair, American Alliance for Professional Acupuncture & Safety
The Key to instantly Relieve Lower Back pain in Acupuncture Treatment
Harry Hong, Ph.D. L.Ac.
Clinical director for the DAOM program, Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine
Clinical Studies on Treatment of Uterine Fibroids
and Associated Symptoms with Chinese Medicine
3rd North American TCM Symposium Program
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Early-bird Registration: Now extended to 10/15 /2019: $150
Pay at the door: $190
Other acupuncture students: $70
ATOM, NYCTCM, Five Branches, ACAOM faculty and students, please register through your school for reduced rates.
Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Fort Lauderdale Downtown/Las Olas 30 Federal Hwy, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
$149 7 minutes walking distance to ATOM (0.3 mile)
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Parking is available in the back street of ATOM building
City Park 150 SE 2nd St, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
FAU Parking Garage 144 SE 1st Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
全美華裔中醫藥總會自2002年由中醫界老一輩開拓者發起成立以來，得到了全美華裔團體和組織的擁護和支持.會員遍及東西兩岸的華裔學術團體及中醫院校。令人自豪的是總會擁有一批在世界中聯和世界針聯擔任高職的知名專家和領導在冊。 為了充分發揮這批寶貴人才資源的指導、 協調和諮詢的作用, 全美華裔中醫藥總會理事會近日通過決議， 正式成立全美華裔中醫藥總會高級專家指導委員會。高級專家指導委員會主席和副主席由在美的現任或者榮退的世界中聯和世界針聯副主席及高級專家顧問委員會、監事會、工作咨詢委員會主席及執行主席擔任。 經理事會表決，全美華裔中醫藥總會高級專家指導委員會由屠英 （前世界中聯副主席）擔任主席，由梁慎平 （世界針聯副主席） 羅誌長 （世界中聯高級專家顧問委員會執行主席） 林榕生（世界中聯副主席、世界針聯副主席） 黃憲生 （世界中聯副主席) 擔任副主席。
The NFCTCMO appreciates the Council’s leadership in maintaining this annual meeting with AOM leaders and sends our warm greetings to everybody attending the meeting.
In the past year, NFCTCMO continued to focus on the construction of our organization, and have made big strides forward. We now have most of the Chinese organizations from the East to the West coast of the country joined in the NFCTCMO, and able to coordinate our actions together.
We reorganized our Board of Directors to include all the leaders of the Chinese community, and also elected new, younger, and more active members into the leadership.
We have established a Website and is still in the process of improving the design and content to make it more attractive and comprehensive.
We coordinated continuing education lecturers for our members, by sponsoring well known and experienced lecturers and specialists from China and have them travel to our member organization and schools, saving the time and expense.
We are looking into establishing inpatient hospital privileges for our members, one city at a time. We hope that in time this may lead us to be able to set up the internship in the hospitals for our membership students in the near future.
We rallied for support of ACAOM’s initiatives for the First Degree Doctoral program and also to support ACAOM’s reaccreditation for the MSAOM and accreditation for the DAOM programs by USDE. We will continue our support by sending highly qualified experts to the Doctoral Task Force, and participate in any activities deemed necessary to have these programs implemented.
We continue to support AAAOM in their endeavor to reorganize, and through direct conversations between the leaders to maintain understanding and cooperation in our efforts to advance our profession.
We are currently addressing the WHO ICTM11 project and is in the process of raising funds to shoulder our share of the expenses. At the same time, we are also soliciting our members to actively participate in the review process for the project.
We continue to be active in the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies. Representatives of our organization hold many of the leadership positions in WFCMS, attending all the meetings and representing the United States in voicing our concerns and offering constructive input in decision making regarding the development of traditional medicine around the world. Last November, our members volunteered services to WFCMS (World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies) at their very successful convention in San Francisco, to learn and gain experience so that we can consider sponsoring the WFCMS convention in the U.S. also.
The NFCTCMO is a relatively new organization, and we are still growing. We have much to learn, and we welcome opportunities like this where we can learn from all the experiences of your organizations. We need your support, and we will be happy to communicate with you and offer our support and efforts when you call on us.