Approved for 7 CEU/PDAs for NCCAOM and most states recertification.
Approved for 7 CEU/PDA credits through the State of California
Approved for 4 Biomedicine credits & 3 Medical Errors credits by the State of Florida
This seminar will cover in detail all the clinical situations a practitioner should know about that can turn into life threatening problems. Some of these may be seemingly innocent, or can masquerade as something else. As primary care providers, practitioners should become expert in detecting these situations early on and know when to refer to a specialist. This course is taught by a Western MD specifically for practitioners of acupuncture and Oriental medicine.
• Your TCM practice and the Western medical healthcare system which surrounds it
• Complications of your own ttreatments
• Acute & Sub-acute red flags
• Rules for interacting with doctors, clinics, emergency rooms and hospitals
About Your Instructor:
Bruce Robinson was a board-certified surgeon. Graduating with high honors from the University of Michigan School of Medicine, he completed another five years of post-graduate internship and residency at the university and a research fellowship at St. Bartholomew's Medical College in London. During his 30-year medical and surgical practice, Bruce treated over 80,000 patients.
Now that he is no longer in practice, Bruce has dedicated his professional career to bridging the gap between Western medicine and Chinese medicine. He served as president and board chairman of Meridian Institute of Integrated Chinese Medicine, formerly located in Monterey, California. Bruce has been on several extensive trips to China and maintains close contacts there with medical universitites located in Shanghai, Tianjin, and Beijing. He serves on the board of directors of the National Board of Internal Medicine for Acupuncturists and the Acupuncture and Integrated Medicine College in Berkeley and is the medical advisor fo rthe Secara Herbal Corporation.