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An introductory seminar on Korean Medicine in Germany, Nov. 2017

Writer 박인효 / [한의학과] Date 2017-07-17 Hit 4108
Dr. Inhyo Park Institute of Cultural Health Care Pusan National University School of Korean Medicine 18 July 2017 Dear Sir/Madam, We are pleased to invite you to attend the Information Seminar on Korean Medicine on 28 November 2017 in Munich, Germany. More details on the seminar is as follows. Title of the Seminar: Korean Medicine (KM) as a unique variation of East-Asian Medicine: historical and current features, theoretical concepts and clinical techniques - Date: 27th of November (Tuesday) - Venue: Kultion Factory Tagungsraume Westendstraße 123, 80339 Munchen (Tel: 089 74030481) - Speakers: Prof. Dr. Sanghoon Lee (KMD, PhD in Korean Medicine): Professor of Acupuncture & Moxibustion, Kyung Hee University College of Korean Medicine, Seoul, Republic of Korea. Dr. Inhyo Park (PhD in Medical Sociology): Researcher at Institute of Cultural Health Care, Pusan National University School of Korean Medicine, Yangsan, Republic of Korea. - Host & German Interpreter Dr. Andreas Bruch (PhD in Psychology, Heilpraktiker) - Time Table of the Seminar 18.45 Opening Reception 19.00 - 19.30 Introduction: Korean Medicine - History and Current Features (Einfuhrung: Geschichte und Gegenwartige Features der Koreanischen Medizin), by Dr. Inhyo Park (Lecture in German) 19.30 - 21.00 Clinical Techniques of KM with Theoretical Backgrounds, by Prof. Dr. Sanghoon Lee (Lecture in English, translated by ) Lecture 1: Introduction on Saam Acupuncture (舍岩鍼): Theoretical Backgrounds and Clinical Significance Lecture 2: Clinical Application of Five Element Acupuncture (五行鍼) 21.00 - 21.30 Questions and Discussions This seminar will surely be helpful for all physicians and therapists who are interested in clinical techniques on TCM/acupuncture, to broaden the horizons of understanding of East Asian medicine, as well as receiving a new idea on clinical applications of therapies. It would be our great honor if you can come to this seminar and share your ideas with us to develop clinical ideas on therapies. Please note that spaces are limited and are subject to availability therefore we encourage you to register before 30 September 2017, via E-mail to Dr. Andreas Bruch,