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The UCLA Symposium Series on the Challenges and Strategies for Chinese Medicine in U.S. Healthcare

The UCLA Symposium series on the Challenges and Strategies for Chinese Medicine in US Healthcare aim to explore the potential of Chinese medicine in the US healthcare system and provide evidence-based strategies for its optimal development. The first annual symposium, convened on July 16, 2017, provided a framework to explore the potential of Chinese medicine in US healthcare, including research, education, policy and clinical practice. The second annual symposium on August 11, 2018 provided evidence-based strategies to develop successful Tai Chi health programs in various healthcare settings to improve individual and population health.

 

2017

Symposium on the Potential of Chinese Medicine in the U.S. – 7/16/2017

This Symposium convened stakeholders in the Chinese medicine community to discuss how Chinese medicine can help improve American Healthcare. The various hurdles that must be overcome in order to integrate this healing tradition more broadly into clinical practice will also be discussed.

2018

2nd Annual Symposium on the Potential of Chinese Medicine in the U.S. – 8/11/2018

This Symposium convened healthcare professionals and those interested in Tai Chi for health to discuss how Tai Chi can help improve American Healthcare.

 

2019

3rd Annual Symposium on the Challenges and Strategies for Chinese Medicine in U.S. Healthcare – 10/4/2019

This symposium brought together educators from Chinese medicine universities in China, the United States, and international educational programs, for an in-depth and structured discussion of how to best develop Chinese medicine educational programs for future generations of integrative clinicians.



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