TCM Policy Development & Communications Committee (TCM PCC)

OUR MANDATE

Defined as collectively working with the Canadian and International health community to advance TCM policy, inter-regional and international communication and cooperation and developing associated campaigns.

As a committee, we present reports to and advise CMAAC on matters reflective of the mandate. Please click on any committee member’s picture for their CV and/or bio

WHO WE ARE

Chair: 

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Jane Cheung,
Practitioner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Committee Members:

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Mario Amato,
Practitioner

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Jason Tutt,
Practitioner

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Justin Ngui,
Practitioner

Brendan Dolan, Student Volunteer

Brendan Dolan,
Student Volunteer


We have long witnessed the obstacles and triumphs along our path to having TCM/A as a recognized health profession in Ontario and across Canada. I have worked diligently within CMAAC at building bridges within the TCM community and beyond – on a national and global scale. I bring my promotional skills as a team leader and team player, and my strong belief that TCM/A has a lot of potential as an integral part of primary health care.

 With CMAAC’s ties on a national and global scale, I strongly feel we continue to offer unparalleled support in promoting growth among our members and the TCM profession. The assurance of safety, quality, and ongoing continuing education will only help our profession in terms of increased public confidence, a higher public profile, and improved referral rates from other health professionals. 

 However, many obstacles still remain before our TCM/A profession in Canada before it can reach its full potential. Only with a strong unified voice among our CMAAC group and by collaborating with other TCM associations and within our communities, can we thrive. We need to be proactive and vocal to protect our practices and to protect our profession’s integrity. We need to be our patient’s best advocate. The Canadian people deserve to see the best of what the TCM/A profession can offer, especially in today’s modern healthcare. CMAAC can be the vehicle to make this happen to build a stronger future! 

 As a supporting role for both CMAAC and the TCM community, this committee is positioned to be an effective intermediary between CMAAC and the TCM community locally, nationally and globally. This group desires to help guide the future of TCM/A and CMAAC’s integral part in that journey. We (all TCM/A professionals) must work together to ensure the essence and traditions of TCM/A are safely carried on for many generations to come.  


SEE OUR AGENDAS:

Meeting #1 Friday June 17, 2016

Meeting #2 Tuesday July 5, 2016

Meeting #3 Tuesday August 9, 2016

Meeting #4 Tuesday September 6, 2016

Meeting #5 Tuesday September 20, 2016

Meeting #6 Tuesday October 4, 2016

Meeting #7 Tuesday October 18, 2016

Meeting #8 Tuesday November 22, 2016

Meeting #9 Tuesday December 6, 2016

MEETING MINUTE SUMMARIES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE TO ANY CMAAC MEMBER, UPON REQUEST

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