THE 6TH AMERICAN TCM CONGRESS (Virtual Convention) Registration


Conference Theme

Mainly clinical (classical prescriptions, gynecology, pain, emotion, acupuncture, tongue examination)

Assembly Time

Time: 10/23-26 ​​(Friday-Monday)

October 23 Friday, Eastern Time: 7:00 pm-11:30 pm

October 24 Saturday, Eastern Time: 5:30pm-11:00 pm

October 25 Sunday, Eastern Time: 10:30am-9:00 pm

October 26 Monday Eastern Time: 7:30 pm-10:00 pm

Conference contact

ATCMA

E-mail: ATCMAUSA@gmail.com

Credit

18 NCCAOM credits

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Call for papers and requirements

1. The content of the thesis: any content involving clinical, education, scientific research, health preservation, integrated traditional Chinese and western medicine, and traditional Chinese medicine legislation is acceptable; but if it is close to the theme of this conference (classical prescriptions, gynecology, pain, emotions), Acupuncture, tongue examination) will give priority to the collection of essays.

2. Call for papers:

• When submitting a paper, the first page should include the following: title, author's name, mailing address, and abstract (within 300 words each in Chinese and English).

• Use the Word document format and email the paper to the conference’s paper receiving e-mail: hongjizhang78@gmail.com(link sends e-mail) • In the "Subject" of the submission email, please indicate "Annual Conference Paper-Author XXX", and please include the author's unit name, mailing address, contact phone number, and e-mail address to facilitate contact.

• Deadline: Submit a compilation of papers that can be included in the conference before September 30, 2020.

☀The selected papers will be published in the US edition of the "A Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine" jointly published by the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies and the National Chinese Medicine Society.

 


 

Keynote speech:

 

Boli Zhang

Academician Boli Zhang

Topic: Contributions and reflections of Chinese medicine in fighting the epidemic

Boli Zhang, academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, a nationally famous Chinese medicine practitioner, the president of Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the honorary dean of the Chinese Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, the director of the Department of Medicine and Hygiene of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, and the director of the State Key Laboratory of Chinese Medicines. National "Major New Drug Development" special technical deputy chief engineer, national key discipline TCM internal medicine leader, deputy chairman of the Medical Education Expert Committee of the Ministry of Education, deputy director of the 11th Pharmacopoeia Committee, vice chairman of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies, Vice President of the Chinese Society of Traditional Chinese Medicine and President of the World Chinese Medical Doctor Association. Professor Zhang Boli has been engaged in clinical, scientific research, education, industry promotion, and management of universities and scientific research institute in Chinese medicine for decades. He has made outstanding achievements and made outstanding contributions. He has become a nationally recognized leader in Chinese medicine and has an important social influence. A total of 7 national awards including the first prize of national science and technology progress, 10 first prizes of provincial and ministerial level scientific and technological progress, two first prizes of national teaching achievement awards, published more than 400 papers, more than 80 papers included in SCI, training More than 200 masters, doctors and post-doctors have graduated, and they have won 3 national top 100 excellent blogs and 2 nominations. Since 1991, he has enjoyed special government allowances issued by the State Council. He has won the He Liang Heli Fund Award, the Wu Jieping Medical Award, and the National Outstanding Professional and Technical Talents, National Advanced Workers, National Outstanding Scientific and Technological Workers awarded by the State Council, the Central Organization Department, and other departments. National-level young and middle-aged experts with outstanding contributions, National Science and Technology Plan Organization and Management Outstanding Contribution Award, Tianjin Science and Technology Major Achievement Award and other honorary titles.

Wanshan Hao

Professor Wanshan Hao

Topic: "Application of Chaihu Guizhi Decoction"-TCM Treatment of Emotional Disease

Wanshan Hao is a professor, chief physician, and doctoral supervisor of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. Famous TCM doctor in the capital, national famous TCM doctor. Member of the Expert Committee and Excellent Instructor of the National Excellent TCM Clinical Talent Research and Training Project of the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine, lecturer of the "Treatise on Febrile Diseases", a national demonstration teaching of the classics of traditional Chinese medicine, and chairman of the Academic Inheritance Committee of the Beijing Huaxia Traditional Chinese Medicine Development Foundation, Honorary President and Academic Advisor of Zhang Zhongjing Research Branch of China Traditional Chinese Medicine Information Society. He has extensive clinical experience in the treatment of mental illnesses such as depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, phobia, and other psychosomatic diseases. Appointed as visiting professor or tenured professor by five Chinese medicine hospitals at home and abroad. Lectures cover Asia, Europe, America and Australia, and most provinces, municipalities, and autonomous regions in China including Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macao. He is a famous disseminator of Chinese medicine techniques and culture. Speakers of dozens of TV or radio stations such as "Hundred Forums", "Healthy Road", "Journey of Civilization", and Beijing Satellite TV "Health Education" or Chinese Medicine Culture column. Monographs include "Hao Wanshan Treatise on Febrile Diseases" (Chinese, Korean, and Japanese editions), "Treatise on Febrile Diseases Theory and Clinical Syndrome" (Taiwan), "Hao Wanshan Talks about Traditional Chinese Medicine", "Hao Wanshan Says Health", "If You Don't Get Angry, You Don't Get Sick" (Chinese, Korean version), "Into Chinese Medicine", etc. Editor-in-chief and co-editing more than 30 books. Published more than 100 papers.

Lihong Liu

Professor Lihong Liu

Topic: Briefly on the historical significance and contemporary value of "Treatise on Febrile Diseases"

Lihong Liu, male, born in 1958. The current chairman of Beijing Tongyou Sanhe Traditional Chinese Medicine Development Foundation. Xinglin lecture professor at Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, visiting professor at Shanghai University of Chinese Medicine. He studied at Guangxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and received his doctorate degree in medicine in 1992. From 2002 to 2003, he visited the School of Humanities of Tsinghua University for one year. In addition to the academic education under Professor Chen Zhiheng and Chen Yiren, he also undertook masters such as Li Yangbo and Deng Tietao. In 2015, under the tutelage of Mr. Yang Zhenhai, he practiced Huangdi Neizhen. Because of the book "Thinking Chinese Medicine", the editor-in-chief of "The True Biography of Masters of Traditional Chinese Medicine", compiled and published "Huangdi Neizhen" and has spared no effort to excavate outstanding folk schools of traditional Chinese medicine for a long time, and has become famous at home and abroad. Professor Deng Tietao, a well-known Chinese medicine scientist, spoke highly of Dr. Liu Lihong’s contribution to Chinese medicine, saying, “I am not alone in my way, and there are people who succeed him.”

Qiang Xie

Professor Qiang Xie

Topic: Application of "Upper Replenishing and Lower Reducing Needle Method" by Xie's Minjiang in the Department of Otology

Qiang Xie, Professor, Chief Physician, Doctoral Tutor of Jiangxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the sixth-generation heir of Xie's Department of Otology from Minjiang Medical School, and a national-level famous Chinese medicine doctor. Experts enjoying special government allowances from the State Council. The third to the sixth batch of national old Chinese medicine experts inherit academic experience work tutor. Served as the vice-chairman of the Otorhinolaryngology and Stomatology Professional Committee of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies, and the vice-chairman of the Otorhinolaryngology Branch of the Chinese Society of Chinese Medicine. In 2011, the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine approved the construction of "National Famous and Old Chinese Medicine Xie Qiang Inheritance Studio". He has won the Chinese Medicine Award of 100 Outstanding Young People in China and the second prize of Jiangxi Science and Technology Progress Award. Specializes in acupuncture and moxibustion, anti-aging of the five sense organs, and treatment of intractable diseases of the five sense organs. For snoring, pharyngitis, tonsillitis, vocal cord disease, laryngeal cough, nosebleeds, allergic rhinitis, sinusitis, oral ulcers and leukoplakia and lichen planus, gingivitis, temporomandibular and cyclic arthritis, facial paralysis, Facial chloasma and acne, migraine, otitis media, neurological tinnitus, sudden deafness, dizziness, insomnia, amnesia, premature aging, stroke and language, radiotherapy and chemotherapy, and surgical sequelae have unique experience in diagnosis and treatment. Allergic rhinitis, sinusitis, oral ulcers, and leukoplakia and lichen planus, gingivitis, temporomandibular arthritis, facial paralysis, facial chloasma and acne, migraine, otitis media, neurotic tinnitus, sudden deafness, vertigo, Insomnia, forgetfulness, premature aging, stroke and speech, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, and surgery sequelae have unique experience in diagnosis and treatment.

Xiaoming Cheng

Professor Xiaoming Cheng

Topic: TCM Methodology and Clinical Application

Xiaoming Cheng, Doctor, Osher Center of Integrative Medicine, Harvard Medical School (Osher Center of Integrative Medicine) Graduated from Shanghai College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in the 1980s with acupuncture and moxibustion major. Zhejiang College of Traditional Chinese Medicine acupuncture and moxibustion teaching and research group leader. Holographic life science expert, visiting professor of Zhejiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Shanghai Fudan Medical College, Huashan Hospital, Distinguished Expert, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Distinguished Expert of Acupuncture and Moxibustion School. Since 2002, he has been doing various non-mainstream medical researches at Harvard Medical School, such as Alexandra therapy, Craniosacral therapy, Feldenkrais therapy, OTPT, Chiropractic, Osteopath, Homeopathy therapy, etc. As well as traditional Mediterranean medicine, and ancient European medicine. At the same time, it also includes traditional Chinese medicine, Mongolian medicine, Tibetan medicine, Miao medicine, Zhuang medicine The research on fascia and connective tissue is the long-term research direction of the Osher Center of Integrative Medicine of Harvard Medical School, especially in the conduction of acupuncture, according to the traditional meridian classification characteristics and the sensory conduction of the fascia in physiology and pathology The performance. Especially related to the "Three Jiao Theory" and "Meridian Theory" related and theoretically the same cognition. In recent years, a lot has been done in the relationship and understanding of traditional Chinese medicine and the "integrated living body" and "whole existence world" This lecture, especially in the four parts of the "complete life body": the physical body, the mental body, the origin of life, "sex" and "life" theories have a lot of research. And starting from the direction of modern physical quantum medicine research Combining the same theories of traditional "energy medicine", "vibration medicine" and "sensation medicine" and traditional Chinese medical theories, there are many related discussions on clinical, acupuncture and moxibustion operations.

Wangyi Jiao

Dr. Daniel Jiao

Topic: Differentiation and Treatment of Post-traumatic Stress Syndrome

Dr. Daniel Jiao was a lecturer in the medical acupuncture course of Stanford University School of Medicine. Chairman of the Third Board of Directors of NCCAOM, National Committee of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Appraisal. Distinguished expert of the ACAOM Doctorate Expert Committee of the American Academy of Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture. Executive Director of the Sixth Board of Directors of the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco, USA. He has independently operated a private Chinese medicine clinic for more than 30 years and was awarded the best acupuncturist by Fox Magazine. The current professor of the American Academy of Western Medicine Pain Research Institute of Western Medicine MD Chinese medicine, Chinese medicine, acupuncture and moxibustion courses senior expert, participated in the design and teaching of the course, the students of this course are licensed Western medicine MD specialists, many of them graduated or are currently working at Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University, Stanford University, University of California, San Francisco, University of Pennsylvania, Columbia University, University of California, Los Angeles and other top universities in the United States. At the same time, Dr. Jiao served as a doctoral tutor for many Chinese medicine universities in the United States. Attending doctor of TCM in Oncology Department of Sutter Western Medical Hospital, USA.

Yemeng Chen

Dr. Yemeng Chen

Topic: Exploration of Jingjin Dialectical Type: Tendon Nodes and Syndrome

Yemeng Chen, Doctor of Medicine. He is currently the Dean of the New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the President of the National Association of Chinese Traditional Chinese Medicine (NFCTCMO), and the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Complementary Medicine & Alternative Healthcare ("Complementary Medicine and Alternative Medicine"). Executive member of the Presidium of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies, Vice Chairman of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Association Head Acupuncture Professional Committee, Executive Director of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Education Steering Committee, Vice Chairman of the World Traditional Medicine Forum, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Jiangxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Fudan University Visiting professor at the Institute of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine. He was the chairman of the National Accreditation Committee of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Hospital (ACAOM) and the vice-chairman of the Acupuncture Committee of the New York State Government Department of Education. Won the "Pearl of Wisdom" Award from the New York Society of Acupuncture (2015). He used to work as an acupuncture physician at Huashan Hospital of Shanghai Medical University (now Fudan University), under the tutelage of Professor Fang Youan, a famous acupuncture expert, and he is the successor of Fang's acupuncture, intangible cultural heritage of Shanghai. He has been engaged in clinical research on acupuncture and moxibustion for a long time and has published more than 50 papers, including 7 SCI papers. Author of "Acupuncture and Moxibustion Effective Diseases", "Acupuncture and Moxibustion Seeking Doctor Guide", participated in the compilation of "New Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion", "Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion Encyclopedia", "Integrated Chinese and Western Medicine", "Clinical Traditional Chinese Medicine Encephalopathy", "Shanghai Famous Medical Prescriptions" "Technology Integration", "Overseas Chinese Medicine Diagnosis and Treatment Guidelines", "Diversified Development of Acupuncture and Moxibustion in the United States", "World Chinese Medicine Education Overview", "Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion" (English 4th Edition) and Nutrition and Integrative Medicine: A Primer for More than ten monographs including Clinicians. In recent years, he has served as the associate editor of the core overseas Chinese medicine textbook "Diagnostics of Traditional Chinese Medicine" and the chief translator of the English version, co-editor of the textbook "Diagnostics of Chinese Medicine" for foreign education of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, World Health Organization ICD11-TM and special invitation of Chinese medicine terminology Evaluation expert, member of the Chinese Medicine Expert Committee of People's Medical Publishing House.


 

Speaker:

 

Hongchun Yin

Professor Hongchun Yin

Topic: Introduction to the Principles of Modern Tongue Diagnosis 11 with Insomnia Tongue Picture and Treatment

Hongchun Yin, graduated from Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine with a bachelor's degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1988. Before going abroad, he worked in Qingdao Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine as an associate chief physician. Came to the UK in 2001 to engage in the clinical work of Chinese medicine, and now he is in a self-operated Chinese medicine clinic in London, UK. He is good at acupuncture and Chinese medicine, and he has treated a large number of common diseases and intractable diseases in various departments. There are many experiences in the study of tongue images, and a modern tongue diagnosis and treatment system has been created; there are many discoveries in the field of holographic tongue diagnoses, such as the discovery of a complete human tongue image holographic map and the distribution of glands in the head and neck. A patent for tongue diagnosis. A complete tongue-to-drug correspondence system was created, and phased results were achieved in the correspondence research of tongue and needle. The ten-gang syndrome differentiation system under the guidance of modern tongue diagnosis was first advocated, that is, the addition of the Qi machine lifting and lowering two outlines based on the traditional eight-gang syndrome differentiation. Set up and teach modern tongue diagnosis training courses. Published dozens of papers. The English monograph "Modern Tongue Diagnostics in Chinese Medicine" was published and distributed by Amazon in July 2017; the Chinese monograph "The Principles and Atlas of Yin's Modern Tongue Diagnosis" was published and distributed by People's Medical Publishing House in January 2020. Currently serving concurrently as the President of the International Society of Modern Tongue Diagnosis, the Dean of the International Modern Tongue Diagnosis Institute, the Minister of the Academic Department of the British Academy of Chinese Medicine, a member of the Pulse Professional Committee and the Hypertension Professional Committee of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies, and an editorial board member of "British Chinese Medicine" And responsible editor.

Ying Wang

Professor Ying Wang

Topic: Abdominal Palpation and Acupuncture Treatment of Low Back Pain

Ying Wang, the current vice president of the British Professional Association of Acupuncturists, graduated from Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1992 with a degree of Acupuncture and Moxibustion. After graduation, he worked at the Acupuncture and Moxibustion Center of Jinan Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Shandong Province; he was invited to work in the UK in 2001. He gave lectures and founded the Dr. Ying Acupuncture Treatment Center in England and Dr. Ying Acupuncture Education Company; in 2015, he was hired by the British College of Traditional Chinese Medicine as a professor of acupuncture, and at the end of the year was hired by Beijing University of Chinese Medicine as the first batch of special clinical experts in Northern Chinese Medicine; 2016~ In July 2018, he served as the president of the European branch of the Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Overseas Alumni Association; in July 2018, he was elected as the executive vice president of the Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Overseas Alumni Association, and served as the head of the overseas acupuncture technology development team "Acupuncture DreamWorks" The person in charge works. He is good at acupuncture and moxibustion methods such as heat warming and yang, cooling and purging heat, meridian balance therapy, Yili acupuncture, Dong's acupuncture, abdominal acupuncture, and other acupuncture methods. In clinical practice, he is good at looking at acupoints and pressing acupoints, advocating both inheritance and innovation. Learn from the past and advance with the times. In recent years, he has devoted himself to the promotion of abdominal acupuncture and moxibustion system, and successfully held training and exchanges at home and abroad, and has been well received by Chinese physicians and Chinese medicine enthusiasts.

Peilin Sun

Professor Peilin Sun

Topic: Application of Eight Channels Interchange Point in Gynecological Infertility

Professor Peilin Sun has been engaged in clinical and teaching Chinese medicine for nearly 40 years. He once taught at the International Acupuncture Training Center of Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. In September 1989, he sent a lecture in Belgium. At the end of 1990, he was invited to lecture in Belgium again at his own expense. In October 1990, he was invited by the Princess of Monaco to speak at the International Medical Conference. Currently teaching at the Belgian College of Traditional Chinese Medicine ( www.ICZO.be(link is external)), and lectured in the Netherlands, Germany, France, Austria, Switzerland, Norway, Turkey, Poland, Canada, and other countries, and served as a visiting professor and doctoral supervisor at Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. During his stay in China, he published more than 20 academic papers. After going to China, he published more than 30 papers in international TCM journals. He also acted as the editor and reviewer of several international TCM journals and gave lectures on international TCM conferences. He has edited and published 5 TCM monographs, which are distributed worldwide, including -Bi syndrome or rheumatic diseases treated by TCM -The treatment of pain with Chinese herbs and acupuncture (Pain Syndrome Traditional Chinese Medicine Treatment) -The management of postoperative pain with acupuncture (Postoperative pain syndrome acupuncture treatment)-Sport medicine in TCM (Traditional Chinese sports medicine) -Traditional Chinese in Dutch -Fytotherapie-Courrante Remedies (commonly used Chinese patent medicine) -The elderly patient in Chinese medicine -Gesund alt werden, Alterserkrankungen vorbeugen und Behandeln (Chinese Medicine Geriatrics, German version) Since traveling to Europe, he has never stopped teaching Chinese medicine. Most of the teaching content is special lectures on Chinese medicine. It teaches international Chinese medicine professionals and clinicians from the perspective of theory and practice, and is well received. It enjoys a high reputation in European Chinese medicine teaching. It has never been in the process of promoting the globalization of Chinese medicine. Move to work hard. At the same time, it also helps to bring young TCM teachers and spread TCM cultural knowledge. At the same time of busy teaching and editing, I have not forgotten the duties of doctors at all times, adhere to the first line of clinical practice, display the unique, extensive and profound knowledge of Chinese medicine with actual curative effects, and provide health services for the people in the promotion of Chinese medicine culture.

-Bi syndrome or rheumatic diseases treated by TCM

- The treatment of pain with Chinese herbs and acupuncture

- The management of postoperative pain with acupuncture

- Sport medicine in TCM

- Traditionele Chinese in Dutch

- Fytotherapie-Courrante Remedies

-Der altere Patient in der Chinesischen Medizin

- Gesund alt werden, Alterserkrankungen vorbeugen und Behandeln

Since traveling to Europe, he has never stopped teaching Chinese medicine. Most of the teaching content is special lectures on Chinese medicine. It teaches international Chinese medicine professionals and clinicians from the perspective of theory and practice and is well received. It enjoys a high reputation in European Chinese medicine teaching. It has never been in the process of promoting the globalization of Chinese medicine. Move to work hard. At the same time, it also helps to bring young TCM teachers and spread TCM cultural knowledge. At the same time of busy teaching and editing, I have not forgotten the duties of doctors at all times, adhere to the first line of clinical practice, display the unique, extensive and profound knowledge of Chinese medicine with actual curative effects, and provide health services for the people in the promotion of Chinese medicine culture.

Marilyn Allen

Marilyn Allen

Topic: Medical Ethics

Marilyn Allen: Master of Science degree from Pepperdine University. Editor-in-chief of "Acupuncture Today" (English version of Acupuncture Today Monthly), WHO new edition (11 edition) disease diagnosis code traditional medicine volume (including Chinese medicine) writing consultant. He is a well-known expert in the field of acupuncture and medical malpractice. For more than 20 years, he has taught relevant courses in 17 schools across the United States and is currently the marketing director of the American Acupuncture Association.




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Organizer

 
American TCM Association
 
TCMAAA

Co-organiser

 
American Alumni Association of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
 
American Alumni Association of Jiangxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
 
Guangxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine American Alumni Association
 
American Alumni Association of Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine
 
Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine American Alumni Association

Conference Chairman: Haihe Tian

Chairman of the Organizing Committee: Hui Wei

Organizing Committee:

Secretariat,

Secretary-General-Ning Wang , Deputy Secretary-Chengchao Yin , Louis Jin

Secretariat members: Xiyuan Qiu , Zhe Huang , Hong Liu , Suhong Xiao

Academic Minister: David Wang

Finance Minister: Wenying Lin , Jihong Ding , Deguang He

Translation Minister: Bing You

Advertising Minister: Jian Shu , Jipu Wen

Credit Minister: Yarong Wang

Minister of Media: Hui Ouyang

Minister of Propaganda: Sizhe Lin

Thesis Minister: Zhanxiang Wang

Yemeng Chen (Shanghai Traditional Chinese Medicine)

Dashi Su(Nanjing Traditional Chinese Medicine)

David Wang (Jiangxi Traditional Chinese Medicine)

Chengchao Yin (Guangxi Traditional Chinese Medicine)

Lixia Zheng (Shandong Traditional Chinese Medicine)