Continuing Education Courses
Find the latest offerings on acupuncture, Chinese medicine and Asian medical arts such as Qi Gong. Our list provides information on upcoming continuing education courses, global conferences and international study. If you would like to request a listing to be posted here fill out our form. ASDC reserves the right to edit announcements/submissions. Several organizations offer ASDC members discounts and are indicated below.
Medicines from the Earth Symposium
Dates and Details
June 3-6, 2022
Black Mountain, NC
25 Lectures to choose from
21.5 NCCAOM PDA
Over 25 lectures to choose from, two Friday Field Studies, herb walks, and a pre-conference intensive with Kenneth Proefrock, NMD
Phenotypes of Depression
Antiviral Herbs Native to the Appalachians
Epigenetics, Mental Health and Botanical Medicine
The Impact of Circadian Rhythms on Hormonal Health
The Meaning and Practice of Spiritual Care in Medicine
Navigating the Physical Impacts of Long-Term Drug Use with Herbs & Nutrition
Keynote Panel on Saturday Evening: Inspiring a Way Forward–Navigating the Current Mental Health Crisis
For more information go to: Botanicalmedicine.org
Clinical Specialties and Practitioner Development Program
Beginning March 2021-Clinical Specialties and Practitioner Development Program with Dr. Evan Rabinowitz, D.Ac.
10% off for ASDC members!
This is a program that addresses three areas:
1. More clinical training
2. Deeper knowledge of specialty practice
3. Perspective that allows for the integration of western medical concepts into a Chinese medical paradigm without diminishing or oversimplifying the depths, complexity and explanatory power of Chinese medicine
This program was designed to meet these needs. It is a ten month opportunity for practitioners, newly graduated or established, to find the confidence required to treat difficult and complex cases.
Botanical Medicine Online Course
Pain and Inflammation Education for Clinicians
The Pain and Inflammation Series provides 8 audio recordings offering clinicians valuable information to help reduce opioid use, over-use and addiction. Presented by experienced practitioners, they address botanical therapies for dampening the inflammatory response and managing types of pain (i.e. neuralgia, acute renal colic, vascular pain, fibromyalgia, arthritis, etc.). Also features up-to-date information on the uses of cannabis for pain management and discusses the underlying causes of chronic pain syndrome. Includes digital book of lecture notes with complete references (85 page PDF).
To order the series and for more information, please visit: Botanical Medicine Pain and Inflammation