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The Institute of Classics in East Asian Medicine® has been actively providing trainings in Australia since 2011 with the first seminars having been offered as early as 2009. Between 2010 and 2013, ICEAM® was based in the city of Melbourne and successfully hosted one full offering of the Canonical Chinese Medicine Training™ which culminated into one of the largest graduating cohorts in 2013.

ICEAM is now located in Sydney. The current director of  ICEAM Sydney is Mr. Jean-Paul Staats, himself a graduate of the Institute. Seminars are commonly held in conference space in CBD hotels or event centers. Through 2018, the Canonical Chinese Medicine Training™ will be held at the Embassy Events Center (http://www.embassyevents.com.au/).

All seminars offered in Australia apply towards fulfilling the Australia Chinese Medicine Board’s (http://www.chinesemedicineboard.gov.au/) continuing professional development (CPD) requirements for Australian licensed acupuncturists, and are recognized by the Australian Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA).

For information regarding ICEAM activities in Australia, please contact the local branch director Jean-Paul Staats at jpstaats@sydney.iceam.org.

 

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June 2018

Sydney – Clinic Training Day

June 17
ICEAM Sydney, 826 George St
Chippendale, New South Wales 2008 Australia
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Observe an ICEAM clinical supervisor take pulses and write formulas in clinic. Limited to 14 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.

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Sydney – Tian-Lineage Jingui Yaolue Pulse Diagnosis

June 18 - June 19
ICEAM Sydney, 826 George St
Chippendale, New South Wales 2008 Australia
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Diagnosis in Han-dynasty was primarily done by taking the pulse. Every formula can be identified through one or more pulse patterns presenting in the patient. Though many pulses are mentioned in the Jingui Yaolue, crucial detail is often hidden, and it is as if this knowledge is merely implicitly present, as if it were embedded. Therefore, the Tian Heming Canonical Formula lineage’s main strength and contribution to the field of Chinese medicine to have made this advanced knowledge on pulse diagnosis crystal clear and evident. This knowledge has never been recorded in any book, but was rather transmitted orally from Dr. Tian Heming through Dr. Zeng Rongxiu to Dr. Arnaud Versluys. The latter of which has been teaching this material around the world in more systematized and structured format since a few years.

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Sydney – Clinic Training Day

June 20
ICEAM Sydney, 826 George St
Chippendale, New South Wales 2008 Australia
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Observe an ICEAM clinical supervisor take pulses and write formulas in clinic. Limited to 14 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.

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Sydney – Clinic Training Day

June 21
ICEAM Sydney, 826 George St
Chippendale, New South Wales 2008 Australia
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Observe an ICEAM clinical supervisor take pulses and write formulas in clinic. Limited to 14 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.

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Sydney – Jingui Yaolue Abdominal Diagnosis Fukushin

June 22 - June 23
ICEAM Sydney, 826 George St
Chippendale, New South Wales 2008 Australia
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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. Fukushin 腹診 refers specifically to the style of abdominal diagnosis developed by Japanese scholars during the Edo period (1603-1867 CE) for the purpose of prescribing the Han dynasty formulas of Zhang Zhongjing.

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October 2018

Sydney – Clinic Training Day

October 22
ICEAM Sydney, 826 George St
Chippendale, New South Wales 2008 Australia
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Observe an ICEAM clinical supervisor take pulses and write formulas in clinic. Limited to 14 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.

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Sydney – Tian-Zeng Lineage Jingui Yaolue Case Studies and Clinical Strategies

October 23 - October 25
ICEAM Sydney, 826 George St
Chippendale, New South Wales 2008 Australia
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The Shanghan Zabing Lun is the first historical manual to teach the treatment of both acute and chronic complex diseases that have been triggered externally or have arisen from internal damage. Though a classical work, it is of great clinical value for modern day practice.

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Sydney – Clinic Training Day 22

October 26
ICEAM Sydney, 826 George St
Chippendale, New South Wales 2008 Australia
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Observe an ICEAM clinical supervisor take pulses and write formulas in clinic. Limited to 14 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.

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Sydney – Clinic Training Day 23

October 27
ICEAM Sydney, 826 George St
Chippendale, New South Wales 2008 Australia
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Observe an ICEAM clinical supervisor take pulses and write formulas in clinic. Limited to 14 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.

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