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Vitality University

Continue Education Programs

 

The CE courses listed were approved by BPPE. They all were approved by California Acupuncture Board. Here is a classification of explanation for those courses.

 

Program A

· General Course Name: New Classic Herbal Formula System

· Relative Courses Approved:

1. Clinical Application of the Classical Prescription of Wen Bing.

2. Eight Topics on Herbal Medicine and Prescription.

3. New Classic Prescription System.

4. Modern Application of the Prescription of Shang Han Lun.

5. Classical Prescription of Chinese Medicine.

6. 2nd Classical Prescription of Chinese Medicine.

7. 3rd Classical Prescription of Chinese Medicine.

· Content:

There is more than half million of herbal formula in Chinese medicine history. Three hundreds of them are very practical. This course introduces each of them in clinical application.

Course Credit: 3

· Enrollment requirement: Acupuncturist and herbalist.

 

Program B

· General Course Name: Herbal Dietary Therapy and Herbal Medicine.

· Relative Courses Approved:

1. Dietary Therapy and Chinese Medicine.

2. Clinical Application of Dietary Herbal Medicine.

· Content:

This program helps the licensed acupuncturists to raise their level of dietary herbs and herbal medicine. It also helps medical doctors and other healthcare providers to understand herbal diet and herbal medicine. The content includes analysis of dietary herbs and medicinal herbs.

· Course Credit: 3

· Enrollment requirement: acupuncturist, herbalist, physician, and other healthcare providers.

 

Program C

· General Course Name: Consotherapy.

· Relative Courses Approved:

1. TCM Oncology and Consotherapy.

2. Bie Jia Jian Wan, Past and Present.

· Content:

The consotherapy found consolidated therapies based on Chinese medicine to help cancer patients by a professional way. This course introduces its theory, research, and clinical application.

· Course Credit: 10

· Enrollment requirement: acupuncturist and physician.

 

Program D

· General Course Name: Clinic Practice Skill Training.

· Relative Courses Approved:

1. Fatigue Symposium.

2. Instant Training Class of Auricular Medicine.

3. Instant Training Class of Spinal Medicine.

4. From Short to Tall, An Unique Experience on Children Using Chinese Medicine.

5. Case Analysis of Serious Diseases.

6. Difficult Diseases and Chinese Medicine.

7. Chinese Medicine for Skin Care.

8. Chloasma, Acne, Skin Aging and Chinese Mediciine.

9. Clinical Experience of Prof. Yaoting Zhou.

· Content:

This program helps the licensed acupuncturists to raise their level of diagnosis and treatment by using acupuncture and herbal medicine. It also helps medical doctors and other healthcare providers to get short training on specific area of Chinese medicine.

· Course Credit: 1

· Enrollment requirement: acupuncturist, herbalist, physician, and other healthcare providers.

 

Program E

· General Course Name: Safety and Development.

· Relative Courses Approved: New Guideline of Herbal Medicine.

· Content:

The safety of herbal medicine and acupuncture are always important in clinical practice.  The class gathers and introduces the new guidelines of FDA and states.

· Course Credit: 1

· Enrollment requirement: acupuncturist, herbalist, and physician.

 

Program F

· General Course Name: Public Healthcare and Chinese Medicine.

· Relative Courses Approved:

1. Four Health Care Methods of Chinese Medicine.

2. Four Paths to Good Health Using Chinese Medicine.

· Content: 

This program is to teach the four ways of Chinese medicine in health care, such as emotion, diet, environment, and life habit.

· Course Credit: 1

· Enrollment requirement: all field of heath care providers and public.

 

Program G

· General Course Name: The Symposium of Continuing Education.

· Relative Courses Approved:

1. 2010 Oriental Mediicine and Cultural Festival.

2. ( 1st to 6th) World Conference on Oncology and Chinese Medicine.

3. 2nd International Conference of Integrative Medicine.

4. 4th International Conference of Integrative Medicine.

5. Continuing Education Symposium.

· Content:

This program is to teach the four ways of Chinese medicine in health care, such as emotion, diet, environment, and life habit.

· Course Credit: 2

· Enrollment requirement: acupuncturist, herbalist, physician, and other healthcare providers.