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February 2018

Brisbane – Clinic Training Day

February 17, 2018
ICEAM Brisbane, 138 Hamilton Rd
Wavell Heights, Queensland 4012 Australia
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Observe an ICEAM clinical supervisor take pulses and write formulas in clinic. Limited to 14 students per day. Maximum 25 patients per day. Patient contacts count towards fulfillment of clinical certification as Fellow of the Institute of Classics in East Asian Medicine.

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September 2019

Brisbane – Clinic Training Day – Sept. 5th

September 5, 2019
ICEAM Brisbane, 138 Hamilton Rd
Wavell Heights, Queensland 4012 Australia
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Observe an ICEAM clinical supervisor take pulses and write formulas in clinic. Limited to 12 students per day. Maximum 12 patients per day. Patient contacts count towards fulfillment of clinical certification as Fellow of the Institute of Classics in East Asian Medicine.     Seminar - Pulse clarification and Clinical thinking within the Tian-Zeng System

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Brisbane – Clinic Training Day – Sept. 6th

September 6, 2019
ICEAM Brisbane, 138 Hamilton Rd
Wavell Heights, Queensland 4012 Australia
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Observe an ICEAM clinical supervisor take pulses and write formulas in clinic. Limited to 12 students per day. Maximum 12 patients per day. Patient contacts count towards fulfillment of clinical certification as Fellow of the Institute of Classics in East Asian Medicine.     Seminar - Pulse clarification and Clinical thinking within the Tian-Zeng System

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Brisbane – Pulse clarification and Clinical thinking within the Tian-Zeng System

September 7, 2019 - September 8, 2019
ICEAM Brisbane, 138 Hamilton Rd
Wavell Heights, Queensland 4012 Australia

Note: Early bird pricing (10% off!) ends 8/31/19 This is a special one off two day lecture which has been designed to help the student gain a deeper understanding of the Tian-Zeng Lineage system as well as making it more clinically relevant. In this lecture we will be going back to the basics of the pulse to help clarify: - The details of the primary pulse qualities - What they feel like? - How they are differentiated? - Which can and cannot occur in combination?   Then we will move into: - A review of some of the basic herb methods - Develop further and clarify the key characteristics of the pulses for commonly used formulas - Key differentiating characteristics  between commonly used formulas - Some common formula equivalences on the pulse   We will take cases from the clinics to review basic pulse qualities, herb methods and formula pulses to help clarify the clinical process of differentiating commonly used formulas and formula equivalencies on the pulse. Which is all in service of coming to a clear diagnosis based on the pulse and formula selection based on a strong understanding of classical physiology. Seminar location: The Ministry Centre, 23 Victoria Street.…

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Brisbane – Clinic Training Day – Sept. 9th

September 9, 2019
ICEAM Brisbane, 138 Hamilton Rd
Wavell Heights, Queensland 4012 Australia
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Observe an ICEAM clinical supervisor take pulses and write formulas in clinic. Limited to 12 students per day. Maximum 12 patients per day. Patient contacts count towards fulfillment of clinical certification as Fellow of the Institute of Classics in East Asian Medicine.     Seminar - Pulse clarification and Clinical thinking within the Tian-Zeng System

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Brisbane – Clinic Training Day – Sept. 10th

September 10, 2019
ICEAM Brisbane, 138 Hamilton Rd
Wavell Heights, Queensland 4012 Australia
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Observe an ICEAM clinical supervisor take pulses and write formulas in clinic. Limited to 12 students per day. Maximum 12 patients per day. Patient contacts count towards fulfillment of clinical certification as Fellow of the Institute of Classics in East Asian Medicine.     Seminar - Pulse clarification and Clinical thinking within the Tian-Zeng System

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June 2020

Brisbane – Clinic Training Day – June 18th

June 18
ICEAM Brisbane, 138 Hamilton Rd
Wavell Heights, Queensland 4012 Australia
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Observe an ICEAM clinical supervisor take pulses and write formulas in clinic. Limited to 10 students per day. Maximum 10 patients per day. Patient contacts count towards fulfillment of clinical certification as Fellow of the Institute of Classics in East Asian Medicine. Price includes GST  

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Brisbane – Clinic Training Day – June 19th

June 19
ICEAM Brisbane, 138 Hamilton Rd
Wavell Heights, Queensland 4012 Australia
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Observe an ICEAM clinical supervisor take pulses and write formulas in clinic. Limited to 10 students per day. Maximum 10 patients per day. Patient contacts count towards fulfillment of clinical certification as Fellow of the Institute of Classics in East Asian Medicine. Price includes GST  

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Brisbane – Understanding the Tian-Zeng pulse system through the lens of 5 Element Theory

June 20 - June 21
ICEAM Brisbane, 138 Hamilton Rd
Wavell Heights, Queensland 4012 Australia

This lecture will be an exploration of pulses from a five element perspective. We will examine the tools we already possess from the intricate Tian lineage pulse system from a purely five element angle to gain a deeper understanding of these methods. This will involve plotting herb methods on a five flavour/five element and 19 lines model, and then expanding this to include formulas of the Shang Han Za Bing Lun, and in some cases Tang Ye Jing. This should not only help deepen one’s theoretical understanding of the system, but also aid in clinic when presented with those few complex patients who don’t fit as clearly into the herb/formulas pulses and some stirring of the brain tendon is required to analyse their presentations. This lecture serves as a follow on of last year’s clarification of the basics of the pulse by putting those qualities into a clinical context, but is also perfectly accessible to those who didn’t attend that lecture. Price includes GST Please note: These lectures are intended only for ICEAM diplomates or students who have completed the pulse seminars. Seminar location: The Ministry Centre, 23 Victoria Street. Clayfield, Queensland 4011 Australia + Google Map Sign up for…

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Brisbane – Clinic Training Day – June 22nd

June 22
ICEAM Brisbane, 138 Hamilton Rd
Wavell Heights, Queensland 4012 Australia
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Observe an ICEAM clinical supervisor take pulses and write formulas in clinic. Limited to 10 students per day. Maximum 10 patients per day. Patient contacts count towards fulfillment of clinical certification as Fellow of the Institute of Classics in East Asian Medicine. Price includes GST  

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Brisbane – Clinic Training Day – June 23rd

June 23
ICEAM Brisbane, 138 Hamilton Rd
Wavell Heights, Queensland 4012 Australia
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Observe an ICEAM clinical supervisor take pulses and write formulas in clinic. Limited to 10 students per day. Maximum 10 patients per day. Patient contacts count towards fulfillment of clinical certification as Fellow of the Institute of Classics in East Asian Medicine. Price includes GST  

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October 2020

Treating Autoimmune Conditions through the Classical Chinese Medicine Model

October 16 - October 18
ICEAM Brisbane, 138 Hamilton Rd
Wavell Heights, Queensland 4012 Australia

4pm - 8:30pm Australia Eastern Time - Brisbane (GMT+10) Using the Shang Han Za Bing Lun to Treat and Understand Autoimmune Conditions in our Modern Clinical Setting Instructor: Laurie Ayres Note: This is a VIRTUAL EVENT and will be held online via "Zoom" Application of the Shang Han Za Bing Lun through the Tian lineage in autoimmune diseases Overview of 6 conformation theory and the febrile response and its importance in autoimmune disease General principles in treat autoimmune disease Treatments of specific diseases This lecture will focus on the understanding and treatment of autoimmune diseases the Shang Han Za Bing Lun within the Tian Lineage system. We will begin with a brief review of the basics of 6 conformation theory and the febrile response and its importance in autoimmune disease. During this lecture we will examine the classical understanding of the immune response, and how this can be used to understand acute flares of autoimmune diseases and their progression to chronic pathologies. We will explore the key principles of managing acute flares, the long-term treatment of the underlying chronic state, and the important transition between the two when moving out of a flare and back into the long-term treatment We…

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