Dear Alumni and Practitioners,
CEU’s offered through the Midwest College are approved by the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation for acupuncturists to meet the 30 hour requirement for license renewal. These CEU’s also meet the NCCAOM 60 point requirement for re-certification, including the requirement of HIPPA, practice management, and safety.
Continuing Education Presentations Schedule
TCM Fingernail Diagnosis and The SU Wen: The Historical Foundations of Medicine
April 7, 9am to 5pm, $75 – 8 CEU’s
Presented by Dr. CJ Chen
Treating and Evaluating Neck Pain and Headaches with Practical Applications
April 14, 9am to 5pm, $75 – 8 CEU’s
Presented by Dr. Kristine LaPoint
Famous Doctor Jin’s Three Needle Combinations of Acupuncture Points
April 21, 9am to 5pm, $75 – 8 CEU’s
Presented by Dr. Jinihua Xie
Chinese Gynecology & Obstetrics, Infertility, & TCM Prevention of Female Problems
April 28, 9am to 5pm, $75 – 8 CEU’s
Presented by Dr. Hailin Wu
Scalp Acupuncture Techniques for Serious Conditions and Emergency Treatment
May 12, 9am to 5pm, $75 – 8 CEU’s
Presented by Dr. Kristine LaPoint and Dr. Candace Liu
Pediatric Care: Prevention of Chronic & Acute Conditions
May 19, 9am to 5pm, $75 – 8 CEU’s
Presented by Dr. Candace Lu
*Lunch is on your own noon to 1pm for all CEU Presentations*
Chicago campus, 4334 N. Hazel suite 104
To register Phone 262-554-2010 or 800-593-2320. Checks and credited cards are accepted. Seating is limited and MCOM Graduates will receive priority.
There is a 100% refund for cancellations called into the Racine office before the day of the seminar. After this, there is a $25 nonrefundable processing fee.
The Office of Continuing Education facilitates the development, presentation, and evaluation of seminars that award CEU credits and professional development points to meet the changing social, professional and regulatory CEU needs of acupuncturists and the community served.
The Midwest College of Oriental Medicine recognizes its responsibility to promote lifelong learning through the provision of well-designed educational experiences. In order to be effective, continuing education should meet the following criteria:
- It conforms to accepted definitions.
- It is based on an educational need.
- It is intended to meet the continuing education needs of a specific group of practitioners
- The educational objectives and learning outcome for the activity are clearly stated.
- The content is appropriate to the field.
- There is documentation of participation by the sponsoring institution.
The aims of these educational experiences are to:
- Enhance and expand scientific and medical knowledge
- Promote best practices in health care
- Develop skills associated with improved health care and health care services
- Improve the collaboration with physicians and allied health care professionals
The Midwest College of Oriental Medicine reserves the right to cancel or change a seminar.