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You may recall the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia (CMBA) calling for submissions around the Guidelines for Safe Chinese Medicine Practice.
AACMA, along with many other contributors, submitted our recommendations to the CMBA surrounding this matter.
Yesterday the CMBA handed down their decision and findings into the Guidelines for Safe Chinese Medicine Herbal Medicine Practice.
AACMA member Anthony Brown has just returned from a health mission to Mongolia, where he performed up to 250 acupuncture treatments in one week at the local hospital. You can read more about his incredible story in this Sunshine Coast Daily article.
As part of a new campaign on the importance of acupuncture and dry needling services being performed by registered acupuncturists only, AACMA has released a range of website buttons for Members to add to clinic websites.
Endeavour's WellSpring Magazine, aimed at alumni and community in health, fitness and beauty, published a feature on AACMA and its CEO Judy James in its April 2013 edition. In the article Judy shares her thoughts about the future of Chinese medicine in Australia, offers hints for students breaking into the profession, and explores the changes she has seen over the past three decades. Read the article here.