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5. Chinesische Medizin wird politisch

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ETCMA Veranstaltung
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Donnerstag, 30.05.2019
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15:00-18:00
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Hotel Eisenhut - Winterbach
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 5th TCM goes political!
“Pseudoscience and faith healing: the threat of totalitarian scientism in Europe?”
If you would like to attend please confirm your attendance by sending an email to secretary@etcma.org by May, 7th, 2019.
Entrance fee (30 €) will be payable in cash on the day of attendance and a receipt will be provided for the payment.
Please note that attendance at ETCMA events does not require a ticket for the main congress.
ETCMA event
Moderation: Gerd Ohmstede (President ETCMA), Giulia Boschi (Advocacy Committee ETCMA).

15:00-15:10 
Opening
Gerd Ohmstede (Germany) Johanna Biemans (NL)

15:10-15:30
EUROCAM’s Spokesperson: “Putting Complementary and Alternative Medicine on the European Union agenda: the role of EUROCAM”
Ton Nicolai (NL)

15:30-15:50
“The TCM in Spain: the strategy of the FTN against the Government's attempt to prohibit them.”
Ramon M. Calduch (Spain)

15:50-16:10
“Science and the Evolution of Consciousness: A framework for understanding differing perspectives and communicating with greater skill”
Mel Hopper Koppelman (USA) [Via Skype]

16:10-16:30 BREAK

16:30-16:50
« The situation of Practitioners in France and their actions in favour of a professional regulation »
Ives Giarmon (France)

16:50-17:10
“A legal TCM rollercoaster in Czechia”
Ludmilla Bendova (Czech Republic)

17:10-17:25
Closing remarks: ” How does the anti-CAM strategy work”
Giulia Boschi (Italy)

17:25-18:00 Question Time


Ton Nicolai
Ton Nicolai graduated as a medical doctor in 1972. He started working as a General Practitioner. Not being satisfied with the limitations of conventional medicine, he studied several CAM modalities, including homeopathy, acupuncture, manual therapy and naturopathy and worked as a consultant homeopathic doctor for 35 years.
He was on the Boards of national and international associations. He was one of the founders of the European Committee for Homeopathy (ECH) and served as its president for 12 years. Over the last six years he has worked as spokesperson of EUROCAM, the European foundation representing patients and health professionals (medical doctors, veterinarians and practitioners) in the CAM sector.
He is author of several reports and position papers, and co-author of a number of scientific papers. He received several awards for his international work and became Companion of the Order of Orange-Nassau on behalf of the Queen of the Netherlands.

Ramon Maria Calduch
Prof. Dr. Ramon Mª Calduch
Major:
Doctor of Laws (Thesis title: “Towards an European Training of Chinese Medicine: Its Incorporation in the Spanish University System”, having obtained the qualification of Cum laude);
Doctor of Economics; Medical anthropologist; Auditor.
POSITIONS ON TCM:
Vice-president of the European Foundation of TCM- Spain
Vice-president of Pan European Federation of TCM Societies (PEFOTS)
President of the European Chamber of Commerce for TCM (ECCTCM)
Chairperson of the WFCMS Working Committee of Promoting the Regulation of Chinese Medicine, Chairperson of the Supervision Board of World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies (WFCMS).
Executive Council Member of the Committee of Examination and Evaluation of WFCMS. Vice Chairperson of the Educational Instruction Committee of WFCMS.
Vicepresident of the Specialty Committee of Standardization of WFCMS.
Vice-president of the World Federation of Acupuncture and Moxibustion Societies (WFAS). Member of Standardization Working Committee of WFAS.
Head of Spanish delegation for ISO/TC249TCM and member of the Chair’s Advisory Group.
Vicepresident of World TCM Forum.

Mel Hopper Koppelman
Mel Hopper Koppelman is passionate about improving people’s access to safe and effective health care by communicating acupuncture’s scientific evidence. She received her MSc in Acupuncture for the Northern College in York, UK in 2012 and her MSc in Nutrition and Functional Medicine from the University of Western States in Oregon, USA in 2015. She lives and practices in Rhode Island, USA and is the Director of Evidence Based Acupuncture.

Yves Giarmon
Yves Giarmon, President of FNMTC (Fédération Nationale de Médecine Traditionnelle Chinoise) since 2013. FNMTC is the first TCM organisation in France. He’s also co-president of CFMTC (Confédération Française de MTC) and delegate to the General Assembly of ETCMA since 2006.
Since 1987 he teaches in one of the most ancient and most important Institutions of TCM in Europe: « la SFERE »,Where Chinese Traditional Energetics is taught in French style.
He’s a TCM practitioner since 1987 and osteopath since 1988. He has been Kinésithérapeute (1975). He has studied mainly in France and Switzerland. He’s co-organizer of more than thirty Congresses of TCM.
Man of compromise, he’s strongly engaged in policies for professionals and has been fighting for more than twenty years for the recognition of the CM profession in France.

Ludmilla Bendova
Dr. Ludmila Bendová has been one of the leading promoters of Chinese medicine in present day Czech Republic, the former Czechoslovakia, for almost 30 years.
 In 1990, she was one of the co-founders of the Czech-Slovak Sinobiological Society -- sinology is the study of Chinese language, history, customs and politics -- and the School of Traditional Medicine in Prague (the first TCM school in the country). Since then she has taught TCM theory and history, acupuncture, tongue diagnosis and pulse diagnosis and as well as being a practitioner of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. She helped organize and participated in two TCM Congresses in Prague; often gives talks internationally; and is a member of the Czech Chamber of Traditional Chinese Medicine (CCTCM) and chairperson for its education branch.
 In 2007, she completed the herbal medicine program and acupuncture program at the Chinese University Guangming in Beijing. In addition, she has also completely several monthly internships at Dongzhimen Yi Yuan, a medical hospital dedicated solely to Chinese medicine in Tianjin, China.
 With a medical degree from the Charles University Medical School in 1982 and postgraduate medical studies, and her many years of TCM studies and work in the field, Dr. Bendová is uniquely qualified to understand the two worlds of Chinese medicine and western medicine and to advocate for upgrading the status of TCM practitioners in the Czech Republic.

Giulia Boschi
¬ Giulia Boschi is head of Advocacy and member of ETCMA’s Executive Committee, member of the Executive Committee of WFAS (World Federation of Acupuncture Societies), founder and Honorary President of O.T.T.O. (Italian professional association of Tuina-Qigong practitioners: Operatori Tuina-Qigong e Tecniche Olistiche).
O.T.T.O. has directed and recently concluded (2018), together with three other European Associations, a EU financed project: Learning methods in TCM and Yangsheng: towards excellence in adult education (Erasmus+ Programme 2014-2020 - Key Action 2: Strategic Partnership Project AGREEMENT no 2016 -1 -IT 02-KA204-024678) in which she’s been working as TCM expert.
¬ She’s presently Adjunct professor of Chinese Medical Terminology at UNINT Rome's University of International Studies (last year of the master's course) and of Chinese Culture at the Bachelor's course of the same University.
¬ She's been teaching for almost 30 years in TCM masters in different Italian Universities and other private and public Institutions.
¬ She wrote several articles and a textbook of Classical Chinese Medicine (now at its third Italian edition, English edition in print) and translated other books from English and Chinese.
Besides her teaching activity she also works as TCM Practitioner and Physiotherapist in Rome.

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