211-Topics : 1. Nutritional Foods Based on TCM Theory and Modern Western Medicine Theory 2. Modernized Moxibustion Therapy (Some Experience) 3.Strategies to promote TCM practices in North America | 演讲题目: 1.从中医和现代西医理论看健康饮食 2. 现代化艾灸疗法的一些经验 3.中医在北美推广发展的构想


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Topics 演讲题目


  1. Nutritional Foods Based on TCM Theory and Modern Western Medicine Theory  从中医和现代西医理论看健康饮食
  1. Modernized Moxibustion Therapy (Some Experience)  现代化艾灸疗法的一些经验
  1. Strategies to promote TCM practices in North America  中医在北美推广发展的构想


Language/语言:English; 英文


王淳; Chun Wang, R.Ac, RN, MHA, MD


ATCMA members: free;$31.50/ seminar( GST included) ;  会员 $31.50/ 讲座 (含税)

Non-ATCMA member: $78.75/ seminar( GST included) ;  非会员 $78.75/ 讲座 (含税)




Speaker’s Bio/演讲者简介:

Chun Wang is a registered acupuncturist and registered nurse in Canada. He received his medical degree and master degree in surgery in 1999 at China Medical University. He was an attending general and vascular surgeon in the 1st affiliated hospital of China Medical University. Chun Wang first came to Canada in 2004 as a visiting surgeon at Vancouver General Hospital. He also received a Master Degree in Health Administration (MHA) from UBC in 2007.

As a registered nurse, Chun Wang worked in several hospitals in the lower mainland in BC, including in the emergency department, nursing homes and other clinical settings.

As a registered acupuncturist, Chun Wang is current the president and dean of Vancouver International College of Health and Wellness, and president of Alpine Holistic Health United Clinics in Richmond, BC.

The mission of Chun’s college is to promote health in people. The mission of his clinics is to unite all TCM practices in North America in order to provide data/evidence based TCM practices, with focus on disease prevention and rehabilitation.