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AACMA State Committee Seminar The Diagnosis and Treatment of Lingering Pathogens in Children

Sun 22 Aug 2010

Date: Sunday, 22 August 2010, 2:30pm – 5:45pm

The Diagnosis and Treatment of Lingering Pathogens in Children
presented by Kathryn Taylor


This seminar will examine the unique presentation of lingering pathogens in babies and children and show you practical diagnostic skills to help you locate them. We will discuss the different causes of lingering pathogens including the current Australian immunization schedule, and when to listen to parents that say "my child has not been well since......". Lingering pathogens can be responsible for the development of atopic conditions such as asthma and eczema or recurrent respiratory and ear infections. Lingering pathogens can also be the cause of serious pediatric conditions such as nephrotic syndrome and leukemia. This seminar is based upon Shanghun theory and Kathryn's own clinical experience, and studying under a Shanghun pediatrician in Shandong, China.

In this Seminar Kathryn welcomes practitioners to bring in their children or babies for real care discussions. Please advise if you are going to bring your children to the seminar.

About the Presenter:
Kathryn Taylor is a well-known practitioner specializing within TCM Paediatrics for over 12 years and has lectured about TCM paediatrics at the University of Technology (Sydney) and the University of Western Sydney. She is also the co-author of the book Clinical Manual of Chinese Herbal Patent Medicines: A Guide to Ethical & Pure Patent Medicines

Cost
AACMA Member $25.00
AACMA Student Member $15.00
Non-Member $50.00

Venue:
Kew Library
70 Cotham Road
Kew 3101

Enquiries:
Ke Li 0438 575 678 or ke.li@live.vu.edu.au

RSVP:
Sunday 15th August 2010

Bookings:
Bookings Essential
Contact AACMA National Office
Phone: 07 3324 2599
Email: events@acupuncture.org.au

This seminar attracts 3 AACMA CPE Credit Points

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