Hundred Meetings

British Conference of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

22-24 September 2017
Wokefield Park, Reading

Workshop information and timetable

Find workshop details below.

 

Friday 22 September - FIXED PROGRAM

16.00-17.00 Danny Maxwell (rooms 1 & 2) The specific effects of acupuncture points: classical and modern perspectives
17.00-17.30 Harriet Lansdown & Kerstin Lehr (rooms 1 & 2) BAAB: building confidence in the profession

18.30-19.30

 (rooms 1 & 2)

Annual General Meeting for all BAcC members

19.30 - 20.30 (downstairs foyer)  Drinks reception

Saturday 23 September - 07.30-09.45 FIXED PROGRAM

07.30-08.30  Master Wu
(on lawn in front of Manor House)
Classical qigong for healing
08.00-09.00 (entrance foyer) Registration
09.00 Kevin Durjun Welcome

09.10-09.45

SESSION ONE

Paul Hitchcock

Keynote lecture

Acupuncture at the heart of health and care    

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 Classical channel theory - part 1
Nora Franglen Introducing Chinese acupuncturists to five element acupuncture
John Hamwee Diagnosis with added reality
Dr Seung-Min Lee Clinical use of 68 single herbal preparations used in Korea

 

11.30-13.00 SESSION THREE WORKSHOPS

Amos Ziv Classical channel theory - part 2
Marian Fixler Different ways of influencing the qi: Toyohari and noninsertive needling
Sam Patel Stems and branches: cycles of life
Karl Zippelius Degenerative osteoarthritis of lower back and knee joint treated with TCM part 1

 

13.00-14.30 LUNCHTIME

   
   

 

14.30-16.00 SESSION FOUR WORKSHOPS

NCharlie Buck To ask, see, listen and smell: cognitive aspects of classical mastery
Armin Koch Time acupuncture
Sarah Matheson Exploring the seven internal and external dragons
Karl Zippelius IDegenerative osteoarthritis of lower back and knee joint treated with TCM part 2

 

16.30-18.00 SESSION FIVE WORKSHOPS

Andrew Flower Using Chinese medicine during seven stages of cancer care
Peter Deadman Nature and health
Mark Bovey Reports from holders of 2017 BAcC research grants
Edward Neil (via Skype) The Huangdi Neijing: a basis for medical innovation in the 21st century

 

18.00 EVENING ENTERTAINMENT

18.00-19.00  (Manor House) Wine reception
19.30 - late  (Manor House) Dinner and dancing

 

Sunday 25 September 07.30-09.45 FIXED PROGRAM

07.30-08.30 Master Wu
(on lawn in front of Manor House) 
Classical qigong for healing      
08.30-09.00   Registration

 

09.00-09.45 SESSION ONE WORKSHOPS

Angela & John Hicks Are you a wounded healer? part 1
Cinzia Scorzon Acupuncture treatment for anxiety: a pilot study
Master Wu WuShenQiZhen 五神炁針 Five Spirits of Qi-Needling Cultivation
Merlin Young Sustainable medicine: what role might acumoxa play?

 

10.00-11.00 SESSION TWO WORKSHOPS

Angela & John Hicks Are you a wounded healer? part 2
Philip Weeks Using bleeding technique within Chinese medicine
Elisa Rossi Hyperactive children and Chinese medicine part 1
Sun Yuanzheng Acupuncture and moxibustion treatment of Bell’s palsy

 

11.30-13.00 SESSION THREE WORKSHOPS

Amos Ziv Acupuncture for arrhythmias part 1
Felip Caudet Kinseikyu: postural balance with moxibustion part 1
Elisa Rossi Hyperactive children and Chinese medicine part 2
Sarah Pritchard Creative flow of the hand and needle part 1

 

13.00 - 14.30 LUNCH

   

 

14.30-16.00 SESSION FOUR WORKSHOPS

Amos Ziv Acupuncture for arrhythmias part 2
Felip Caudet Kinseikyu: postural balance with moxibustion part 2
Mi-Deok Song Personalised medicine using the concepts of three yin three yang and constitutions
Sarah Pritchard Creative flow of the hand and needle part 2

16.15 - 17.00 Final words

Master Wu Final words and classical qigong for healing

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