Gate of Life

British Conference of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

21-23 September 2018
DoubleTree by Hilton,
Coventry

Workshop information and timetable

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Friday 21 September - FIXED PROGRAM

16.00-16.45 Teresa Williamson Red flag roulette
16.45-17.30 Ian Stones What are the most common adverse incidents, how do we avoid them and how do we deal with them?
17.30 - 18.00 Jane Debois Note keeping: safeguarding ourselves and our patients

18.30-19.30

 

Annual General Meeting for all BAcC members

19.30 - 20.30   Drinks reception
20.00 Onwards   Dinner

Saturday 22 September - 07.30-09.45 FIXED PROGRAM

07.30-08.30 Peter Deadman Qigong
08.00-09.00 (entrance foyer) Registration
09.00 Kevin Durjun Welcome

09.10-09.45

SESSION ONE

TBC

Keynote lecture

TBC

09.45-10.00   Break

From this point forward you can choose to attend one workshop in each of the following sessions.

10.00-11.00 SESSION TWO WORKSHOPS

Amos Ziv The magical point combination for insomnia - part 1
CT Holman Treating emotional trauma with Chinese medicine - part 1
Peter Deadman No time like the present
Rachel Peckham Acupuncture in the community

 

11.30-13.00 SESSION THREE WORKSHOPS

Amos Ziv The magical point combination for insomnia - part 2
CT Holman Treating emotional trauma with Chinese medicine - part 2
John Hicks Reading the face accurately by reading ‘parts’, noticing ‘leaks’ and ‘chronics’
Julian Scott Teenage and menopause: crisis or opportunity?

 

13.00-14.30 LUNCHTIME

   
   

 

14.30-16.00 SESSION FOUR WORKSHOPS

Fokke Jonkman Acupuncture in changing paradigms in cardiology - part 1
Claudia Citkovitz Acupuncture for stroke: a treatment manual for research and practice - part 1
Angela Hicks Mindfulness for acupuncturists
Nuria Lorite Ayán Supporting endometriosis and related conditions with acupuncture and TCM - part 1

 

16.30-18.00 SESSION FIVE WORKSHOPS

Fokke Jonkman Acupuncture in changing paradigms in cardiology - part 2
Claudia Citkovitz Acupuncture for stroke: a treatment manual for research and practice - part 2
Naji Malak The magic of treating veterans with PTSD
Nuria Lorite Ayán Supporting endometriosis and related conditions with acupuncture and TCM - part 2

 

18.00 EVENING ENTERTAINMENT

18.00-19.00   Wine reception
19.30 - late   Dinner and dancing

 

Sunday 23 September 07.30-09.45 FIXED PROGRAM

07.30-08.30 Peter Deadman Qigong
08.30-09.00   Registration

 

09.00-09.45 SESSION ONE WORKSHOPS

Richard Bertschinger The Great Intent
Sandra Hill The triple heater and its relationship to the fire of the Gate of Life
Andy Harrop The adrenals, kidneys and ming men - part 1
Rebecca Avern Causes, diagnosis and treatment of teenage anxiety and depression: an epidemic of our times - part 1

 

10.00-11.00 SESSION TWO WORKSHOPS

Claudia Citkovitz Research protocols and clinical practice guidelines
Beverley de Valois Introducing a novel intervention into the NHS: observations and lessons learned from a feasibility study into the use of self-administered moxa by chemotherapy patients
Andy Harrop The adrenals, kidneys and ming men - part 2
Rebecca Avern Causes, diagnosis and treatment of teenage anxiety and depression: an epidemic of our times - part 2

 

11.30-13.00 SESSION THREE WORKSHOPS

Elisa Rossi Shen: contemporary practice and classical texts - part 1
Joan Duveen Point energetic aspects of chong mai - part 1
Peter Eckman Constitutional and conditional acupuncture: treating both root and branch - part 1
Deb Connor The 12 steps of recovery: how working the steps can transform you and your acupuncture practice

 

13.00 - 14.30 LUNCH

   

 

14.30-16.00 SESSION FOUR WORKSHOPS

Elisa Rossi Shen: contemporary practice and classical texts - part 2
Joan Duveen Point energetic aspects of chong mai - part 2
Peter Eckman Constitutional and conditional acupuncture: treating both root and branch - part 2
June Tranmer Who’s minding the kids?

16.15 - 17.00 Final words

Peter Deadman Qigong

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