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We will be interviewing several AACMAC Melbourne 2014 speakers in our all-new blog over the coming weeks. In our first interview, Jim Chalmers tells us what he hopes delegates can take away from his presentation on auriculotherapy: "I hope that this information will inspire practitioners to look again at the sometimes-spectacular benefits of this oft sidelined but powerful therapy." Read the full post here!
The first 2014 edition of member newsletter, the Jing-Luo, is now available to download and read online!
The Autumn 2014 issue features information about AACMAC Melbourne 2014, a new section with practical advice for running a clinic and business, health fund FAQs, guidelines for advertising and social media, plus profiles, breaking news, diary dates and more.
Trade exhibition, sponsorship and advertising opportunities are now available for AACMAC Melbourne 2014. There are a number of ways TCM businesses can gain valuable exposure and increase brand recognition. Visit the Trade Exhibition & Advertising page to download the prospectus.
Researchers, educators and practitioners are invited to submit an abstract for oral, workshop or poster presentation at AACMAC Melbourne 2014.
If you would like to be a speaker at AACMAC Melbourne 2014, there is still time to submit an abstract - the deadline for submissions has been extended to 28 February 2014! Visit the Abstracts page to download a submission form and more information. Read more
The AACMA 40th Anniversary Commemorative Book has now been published!
In 2013, AACMA celebrated 40 years as the peak professional body for traditional Chinese medicine practitioners in Australia.
To commemorate this milestone, we put together a book taking a look back over the decades...Read more
Did you know Chinese medicine students can join AACMA as a Student Member for free? Find out more about joining AACMA.