2015 International Conference on Developments of Chinese Medicine
October 11-12, 2015 DoubleTree by Hiton, 888 Montebello Blvd, Rosemead, CA 91770
Theme: Exchange correct information about Chinese Medicine and application of Chinese Herbal Medicine
The conference aims to promote the internationalization of Chinese medicine and Chinese herbal medicine, emphasize safe and effective application of Chinese herbal medicine, exchange information on latest developments in research and clinical treatment in traditional Chinese medicine, promote cooperation with the Chinese herbal medicine industry.
Organizers: 1. American Association of Chinese Herbs, USA. (non-profit). 2. American Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine (non-profit)
Participants: International experts, scholars and doctors who are engaged in research and clinical practice of Chinese medicine, business owners or representatives working in the field of producing, distributing of Chinese herbs and health products.
Continuing education credits will be provided for American licensed acupuncturists who officially register for this conference will receive 16 hours of continuing education credits approved by the California Acupuncture Board and and 16 hours by NCCAOM.
Special Guests: Executive officers of Chinese State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine and U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Calls for papers 1. Past, present and future development of Chinese herbal medicine in US, Europe and other countries. 2. Opportunities and challenges faced in the practice and application of traditional Chinese medicine in the West and East. 3. Research on the application of Chinese herbal medicine in all the clinical sections. 4. Chinese herbal compounds and evidence-based research. 5. Quality and management of Chinese herbs and products. 6. Pharmacology and toxicology research on Chinese herbal medicine. 7. The latest clinical application of acupuncture, massage, cupping, qigong therapy. 8. Clinical practice and research on the combination of traditional Chinese medicine and Western medicine. 9. The present and the future of health care products.
Requirements for Papers: Format: Title (centered); authors’ names (centered, indicate the corresponding author with *); mailing address, telephone; fax and e-mail address (centered); abstract (not exceed 300 words); key words (3-6 words) and full text (no more than 2000 words) (please use Word format and Times New Roman font, size 12).
Please send electronic version as attachment to email@example.com indicate "2015 International Conference on TCM in LA" as the subject of the email before July 31, 2015. Abstracts and papers will be compiled into a set and distributed participants.