Online (Europe) – Shanghan Zabing Lun Formula Families

Hybrid Training Series (EU) , Netherlands

The Shanghan Zabing Lun or the Treatise on Cold Damage and Complex Diseases is considered the forefather of all formula books. The original work was lost to the tooth of time, but most of its contents are preserved in two extant works called the Treatise on Cold Damage shanghan lun and the Concise Essentials of the Golden Cabinet jingui yaolue. The first work primarily addresses externally triggered disorders while the latter work describes the pathology and treatment of complex diseases generated internally.

Online (Europe) – Shanghan Lun Canonical Formula Modification System

Hybrid Training Series (EU) , Netherlands

During this course, a strict system of clinical modification will be taught. The system was developed by Dr. Versluys over the course of the last ten years by analyzing both Zhang Zhongjing’s prescriptions as well as the characteristics of the Tian-Zeng lineage’s clinical practice. It is fully grounded and based in the classical writings of the original designer of the formulas, Zhang Zhongjing. The system is organized along a hierarchical system of formula modifications and provides a failsafe method for modification to adapt to a broader collection of complex clinical manifestations as often encountered in Chinese medicine clinic in the West. A waterproof modification system forms the basis of classical herbal practice and the elimination of random clinical variables which are the greatest cause for failure in clinic.

San Diego Clinical Training Day (7/7)

ICEAM San Diego San Diego, CA, United States

Name: San Diego Clinical Training Day Dates: July 7th 2024 Times: 9am - 5pm Pacific Time Instructor: Stephen Bonzak Summary: Observe an ICEAM clinical supervisor take pulses and write formulas in clinic. Limited to 15 students per day. Maximum 25 patients per day. Patient contacts count towards fulfillment of clinical certification as Fellow of the Institute of Classics in East Asian Medicine. Please contact bvallarta@sandiego.iceam.org to register.

San Diego Clinical Training Day (7/8)

ICEAM San Diego San Diego, CA, United States

Name: San Diego Clinical Training Day Dates: July 8th 2024 Times: 9am - 5pm Pacific Time Instructor: Stephen Bonzak Summary: Observe an ICEAM clinical supervisor take pulses and write formulas in clinic. Limited to 15 students per day. Maximum 25 patients per day. Patient contacts count towards fulfillment of clinical certification as Fellow of the Institute of Classics in East Asian Medicine. Please contact bvallarta@sandiego.iceam.org to register.

Brisbane – Tian-Lineage Shanghan Lun Pulse Diagnosis

ICEAM Brisbane 23 Victoria St., Clayfield, Queensland, Australia

DETAILS Instructor: Laurie Ayres Start: July 20, 2024 End: July 21, 2024 Times: 9am - 5pm Brisbane Australia time zone each day Location: 23 Victoria St, Clayfield, Queensland, Australia Pricing: USD 700 Pricing (early bird): USD 630 - ends June 29th, 2025! The Treatise on Cold Damage shanghan lun is the oldest surviving clinical handbook in the history of Chinese medicine. Written by Eastern Han dynasty (circa 200 CE) imperial envoy Zhang Zhongjing, it is an integral part of his collective writings once labeled the Treatise on Cold Damage and Complex Diseases shanghan zabing lun. But the contents of the Shanghan Lun as we know it in current day is far from complete. The present versions studied in Chinese medical schools as well as in the West, do not include the original first three chapters of Rules for Pulse Differentiation bianmai fa, Rules on Pulse Assessment pingmai fa and Cold Damage Outline shanghan li. Regardless whatever motivation was behind the historical deletions of these passages, of the aforementioned chapters, the chapters on pulse instructions are crucial for anyone desiring to fully grasp Zhang Zhongjing’s clinical instructions. Especially since the pulse patterns maizheng form the core diagnostic parameters in the establishment […]

Chicago Clinical Training Day (7/28)

ICEAM Chicago 65 E. Wacker Pl., Chicago, IL, United States

Name: Chicago Clinical Training Day Dates: July 28th 2024 Times: 9am - 5pm Central Time Instructor: Stephen Bonzak Summary: Observe an ICEAM clinical supervisor take pulses and write formulas in clinic. Limited to 15 students per day. Maximum 25 patients per day. Patient contacts count towards fulfillment of clinical certification as Fellow of the Institute of Classics in East Asian Medicine. Please contact sbonzak@chicago.iceam.org to register.

Chicago Clinical Training Day (7/29)

ICEAM Chicago 65 E. Wacker Pl., Chicago, IL, United States

Name: Chicago Clinical Training Day Dates: July 29th 2024 Times: 9am - 5pm Central Time Instructor: Stephen Bonzak Summary: Observe an ICEAM clinical supervisor take pulses and write formulas in clinic. Limited to 15 students per day. Maximum 25 patients per day. Patient contacts count towards fulfillment of clinical certification as Fellow of the Institute of Classics in East Asian Medicine. Please contact sbonzak@chicago.iceam.org to register.

Gdansk Clinical Training Day (9/23)

ICEAM Gdansk

Name: Gdansk Clinical Training Day Dates: September 23rd 2024 Times: 9am - 5pm Central European time Summary: Observe an ICEAM clinical supervisor take pulses and write formulas in clinic. Limited to 15 students per day. Maximum 25 patients per day. Patient contacts count towards fulfillment of clinical certification as Fellow of the Institute of Classics in East Asian Medicine. Please contact dszymula@gdansk.iceam.org to register.

Brisbane – Shanghan Lun Abdominal Diagnosis Fukushin

ICEAM Brisbane 23 Victoria St., Clayfield, Queensland, Australia

DETAILS Instructor: Jean-Paul Staas Start: September 28, 2024 End: September 29, 2024 Times: 9am - 5pm Brisbane Australia time zone each day Location: 23 Victoria St, Clayfield, Queensland, Australia Pricing: USD 700 Pricing (early bird): USD 630 - ends September 7th, 2024! Japanese abdominal diagnosis or Fukushin is the diagnostic art developed in medieval Japan based on the canonical writings by Zhang Zhongjing. Careful inspection of the Shanghan Zabing Lun reveals countless references to abdominal conditions that could only have been diagnosed by actual palpation of the abdomen. The skill however never fully developed in China but flourished in Japan. Throughout history, two major trends and types of abdominal diagnosis developed, being the Nanjing and Shanghan Lun schools, which respectively diagnose the abdomen in service of either acupuncture or meridian treatment, and herbal treatment. Fukushin refers specifically to Shanghan Lun style of abdominal diagnosis developed by Japanese scholars during Edo period (1603-1867 CE) for the purpose of prescribing the Han dynasty formulas of Zhang Zhongjing. aside#sidebar, .single-tribe_events .tribe-events-single .tribe-events-event-meta { display: none!important; }