Clinic Trainee I

American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine ACM 6152 2.00

In these two clinical courses, students begin to transition from observing patients to treating them under the direct supervision of a clinical supervisor, who is physically present to observe all patient interactions. Students are responsible for greeting the patient, explaining their role, taking a history and formulating a diagnosis. They also propose to the supervisor a combination of acupuncture points, a specific herbal formula, and other adjunctive therapies that might be useful. After the clinical supervisor reviews the diagnosis and approves the treatment strategy, the student clinician treats the patient under direct supervision. Prerequisites: ACM5323, ACM5452. ACM 5424; ACM 5425

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