FREE Webinar: How Acupuncture Works

CMAAC is proud to collaborate with multiple international organizations to bring a free live webinar to all members. 

Dear CMAAC Members:

Please accept our warm invitation to participate in a free live webinar on Wednesday 21st June 2017 at 4:00 pm Eastern Standard Time.

 

Communicating with Confidence How Acupuncture Works: The Scientific Evidence for Acupuncture

Presented by Mel Hopper Koppelman, Director of Evidence Based Acupuncture, and facilitated by Katherine Berry from Acupuncture Professional, this webinar is to help you better communicate the mechanisms of acupuncture and the evidence for its effectiveness.

Everyday in clinic, Acupuncturists all over the world see exceptional results from their treatments as patients experience relief from a wide variety of conditions. However, despite acupuncture’s excellent effectiveness and safety record, it is not as widely accepted as it should be.

Many practitioners find it challenging to explain the mechanisms of acupuncture and the clinical evidence is to support its use. There is a myth that:

  • Randomized controlled trials have failed to show that acupuncture works,
  • Basic science research has failed to demonstrate how it works

This free live webinar is going to bust both of those myths.

Click here to secure your seat now (free):
http://acupunctureprofessional.com/communicating-how-acupuncture-works

Instead of perpetuating an old, outdated idea that is holding back the acupuncture profession and preventing you from helping more patients, you can equip yourself with a current and more accurate understanding of the science and evidence for acupuncture.

It is difficult to keep up with all the latest research within acupuncture, let alone all the research outside the profession that lends support to what we do.

That’s why we’re inviting you to this exclusive webinar … so you can get quick and direct access to the most current evidence from those who have dedicated their career to keeping up-to-date with the science that is hard to keep track of.

In this free live webinar you’ll be given the simple, A, B, Cs of the current evidence for acupuncture, and strategies for overcoming typical communication barriers.

Not only will you be taken through the evidence, you’ll be shown an effective way to talk with people who are skeptical and misinformed.

You will learn:

  1.  The key milestone studies that all acupuncture professionals should know about it
  2. The real barriers to acupuncture’s acceptance and how to overcome them
  3. How to communicate with medical professionals and policy makers in a way that turns them into allies

Sign up now:
http://acupunctureprofessional.com/communicating-how-acupuncture-works

We are collaborating with acupuncture leadership organisations all over the world to make this the largest online event in the history of the acupuncture profession.

Because this webinar is live and interactive, places are limited to the first 1,000 people who attend live.

There are already over 900 registrants, so places are filling up fast.

A video replay will be made available to all those who register in advance.

So join Mel Hopper Koppelman and Katherine Berry as they explore new frontiers and the science of acupuncture. Learn how to better communicate to patients, journalists, health professionals, Medical Doctors and policy makers. Live Wednesday June 21st @ 4:00 pm Eastern Standard Time

 

Communicating with Confidence How Acupuncture Works: The Scientific Evidence for Acupuncture

We are offering you free access to this live webinar where you can ask questions and gain confidence in clearly communicating the mechanism for how acupuncture works.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to broaden your sphere of influence by gaining new skills and knowledge.

If you have any questions about this initiative, contact Kath Berry: Katherine@acupunctureprofessional.com

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