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Core Patterns of the SHL: A Clinical Approach by Craig Mitchell

Sat 4 Jul 2009

A one-off opportunity to take your practice to a whole new level.

Introduction: The Shanghan lun (Discussion of Cold Damage) is the foundation of all East- Asian herbal medicine and has had a tremendous impact on all facets of traditional medicine. In fact, it has influenced the very foundations of diagnosis, pattern identification, and treatment strategies, all of which are intimately linked to concepts that originated in or were developed within the text. It has not been given its due in most training programs in the West. There are those even in China today who mistakenly perceive it as a relic of an earlier age, not a vital clinical text. In this class, three practitioners who have long-term engagement with this text and the tradition surrounding it, will discuss in depth the core elements of this seminal work, delving into its structure and design, and presenting some ways in which its approach to diagnosis and treatment can be of great use in the modern clinic.

Together, these three physicians have over 50 years of clinical experience and each person represents a different way of relating to and engaging the material from the Shang Han Lun.
For more details on the course content, visit: www.thelantern.com.au/seminar.php

These courses are designed as a unit. Each weekend interlocks with the others and must be taken in sequence and viewed as one course. Case analysis will be an integral part of all three weekends and participants are invited to bring cases for possible discussion during classes.

Dates:
Seminar 1 by Arnaud Versluys
Melbourne: March 14 & 15, 09; Sydney: March 21 & 22, 09;

Seminar 2 by Dan Bensky
Melbourne: May 2 & 3, 09; Sydney: May 9 & 10, 09;

Seminar 3 by Craig Mitchell
Melbourne: July 4 & 5, 09; Sydney: July 11 & 12, 09.

Venues:
Melbourne: Novotel Melbourne on Collins, 270 Collins St. Melbourne 3000
Sydney (To be Confirmed)

Three lecture package
Early Bird Special *
Full ------------- $900.00
Student -------------- $800.00
Lantern Subscribers & AACMA members -------------- $850.00

Regular Fee
Full -------------- $1100.00
Student -------------- $975.00
Lantern Subscribers & AACMA members -------------- $1025.00

Single Lecture
Full -------------- $450.00
Student -------------- $400.00
Lantern Subscribers & AACMA members -------------- $425.00

Inquiries & bookings:
Melbourne seminars
China Books Melbourne Phone: 1800 44 88 55 info@chinabooks.com.au

Sydney seminars
China Books Sydney Phone: 02 9280 1885 info@chinabookssydney.com.au

* Registrations close Tuesday prior to the seminar. Early Bird Special ends on January 31, 2009.

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