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Course Categories for Profession: Acupuncture
Category Instructors
Abuse - Child and Elder Saporito, DC
Accredited Training for the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners Megehee, DC
Acupuncture Waerlop, DC
Acupuncture - Acupoint System Swift, DC, DABCN
AIDS and Infectious Disease Kinsler, DC - Powers, DC, DABCN - Smith, DC, PhD - Steriti, ND, PhD
Boundary Training - Patient Communications Kinsler, DC
Emergency Procedures Kinsler, DC
Ethics for Professionals Powers, DC, DABCN
Risk Management/Malpractice Van Tyle, Esq
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Abuse - Child for PA Mandatory Reporters - Course Brochure Abuse - Child for PA Mandatory Reporters for Initial Licensure - Course Brochure
Accredited Training for the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners 301 - 304 AIDS 105a - Electroacupuncture and HIV - Bioelectromagnetic Therapies for HIV/AIDS
AIDS 106a - 108a - Facts for Safely working with HIV Patients - HIV Facts and Information, Information for Health Care Workers AIDS 109a - Safety in Understanding the Spread of AIDS - AIDS: Clinical epidemiology, pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment
AIDS 115a - HIV AIDS: Principles and Practice - HIV AIDS: Principles and Practice Anatomical Aspects Related to Muscle and Nerve as it Pertains to the Application of Acupuncture 
Emergency Procedures 101a - Safely Handling Common Emergencies - Preparing for common medical emergencies Emergency Procedures 102a - Creating a Safer Office Environment - Developing an emergency preparedness manual for your office and review CPR changes
Emergency Procedures 103a - Safely Handling a Variety of Common Issues - Preparing for altered mental status, burns and allergic reactions Ethics for Professionals 101a: Morality and Ethics in Professional Practice 
Ethics for Professionals 102a: Ethical Problems, Ethical Distress and Ethical Dilemmas Ethics for Professionals 103a: The Analysis of Ethical Problems in Professional Life 
Ethics for Professionals 104a: Ethics of Confidential Information Ethics for Professionals 105a: Informed Consent 
Homeostatic Acupuncture Points Infectious Disease 101a - Safety through Decontamination - Evidence Based Decontamination for Manual Providers
Needle Manipulation Theories Neurology of Acupuncture 
Patient Communications 201a-Improving Clinical Encounters - Improving Patient-Provider Communications Patient Communications 202a - Avoiding Pitfalls of Stereotyping - Age, Ethnicity and Socioeconomic Status
Patient Communications 203a - Dealing with Patient Dishonesty - Detecting Dishonesty: Why Our Patients Lie and What To Do About It Points and Acupuncture Points You Should Know 
Qi and The Pertinent Pericardium Ren Mai, Du Mai, Liver 14 and Pulse Diagnosis 
Risk 120a - Creating a Safe Office thru Risk Management Risk 122a: Malpractice and Safety Issues Unique to Treating Athletes 
The 8 Extra Vessels and Extraordinary Meridians The Hypothesis of Acupuncture Mechanisms and General Principles of the Healing Process 
The Neuroanatomy of Primary Homeostatic Acupoints The San Jiao 
Tongue Diagnosis Treatment Protocols of Homeostatic, Paravertebral and Symptomatic Acupoints for Extremity Pain 
Triple Warmer Metabolism and the Vital Substances