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Tongue diagnosis according to traditional chinese medicine

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115 New Cavendish St

115 New Cavendish Street

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Learn Chines tongue diagnosis from Felicity Moir, the course leader of traditional chines medicine BSc program from westminster university.

The session is free for members, and you can get a membership at https://www.uwsu.com/society/CMS/

(you can also come without a membership and pay at the door, but please let us know if you can in advance)

If you wan to join please book a ticket so we know how many people are comming and if you are not a student/staff at the university, please e-mail your name to Compmed.soc@su.westminster.ac at least 2-3 days before the event.

28th of February 2018, 16:30- 18:00

Clipstone building room 4.106 Cavendish campus, 115 new cavendish st Westminster university

Free for members of the CMS.

5£ for non-members

(5£ yearly membership for students, and 10£ a year for non -students).

More Details:

Compmed.soc@su.westminster.ac.uk

https://www.facebook.com/compmed.soc


About Felicity:

After starting a career in medical research at Guy's Hospital, I moved into Chinese medicine (CM) as I found the philosophical basis of the medicine resonated with my developing understanding of ecology and the resonance of man's body/mind/spirit with the world around. I have been in practice since 1980 adding further training in acupuncture in Nanjing, China in 1982 and 1987 and Chinese herbal medicine in 1986.

My move into education started in 1983 with the founding of the London School of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Since 1995 I have been primarily involved in the development of professional training in a University setting as a way of supporting the professionalisation of our medicine. I was involved in the validation of the course as a BSc (Hons) TCM: Acupuncture and moving it into the University of Westminster in 1997. Subsequently we have validated a Diploma in Qigong Tuina and an MSc in Chinese Herbal Medicine (CHM) and an MSc Chinese Medicine: Acupuncture. My interest in education has involved me in the British Acupuncture Accreditation Board as a visiting panel member at accreditations; being a chair of reviews and validations in the University of Westminster; as external examiner in the UK and abroad; and as editor for the education section of the Thieme Almanac of Chinese Medicine. I was on the steering group that developed Standards for the Practice of Acupuncture and Standards of Education and Training for Acupuncture for the professional body, the British Acupuncture Council.

Academic & Professional Qualifications

  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (2007)
  • MSc Interprofessional Practice (2003)
  • City and Guilds Further and Adult Education Teacher's Certificate, Part I (1994)
  • Diploma in Chinese Herbal Medicine (1985)
  • Certificate in Acupuncture, Nanjing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China (1982)
  • BAc, International College of Oriental Medicine (1980)
  • BSc (Zoology), Auckland University (1973)
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