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THE BRITISH MEDICAL ACUPUNCTURE SOCIETY runs foundation, post-foundation and supplementary courses for regulated healthcare professionals.

FOUNDATION COURSES last 4 days, spread either over two weekends or over a working week. Whilst the historical aspects and traditional philosophy of acupuncture are discussed, the Foundation Course concentrates on a neurophysiological and evidence-based approach to the use of acupuncture as a technique following orthodox clinical diagnosis. Safe and effective needling are key features of this practical course, and the healthcare professionals attending should leave with the skills required to apply simple acupuncture techniques within their practice.

BMAS Foundation Courses 2014

York: District General Hospital

Two weekends: 1/2 February and 1/2 March 2014

Bristol: Southmead Hospital

Two weekends: 8/9 February and 8/9 March 2014

London: NCVO, London N1

Four weekdays: 14–17 April 2014

Manchester: Wythenshawe Hospital

Two weekends: 24/25 May and 21/22 June 2014

London: NCVO, London N1

Four weekdays: 15–18 September 2014

Birmingham: City Hospital Two weekends: 18–19 October and 15–16 November 2014

London: NCVO, London N1

Two weekends: 8/9 November and 6/7 December 2014

‘Earlybird’ discounted price for bookings made and paid for at least 3 months ahead of the start of the course. Details of additional courses, including Glasgow, will be published soon—check the BMAS website for the latest news.

BMAS POST-FOUNDATION DAYS

Northwich: BMAS House 23 May 2014

London WC1: Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine

1 October 2014

Further details

Full details of all meetings may be obtained from the BMAS Administrative Office, or online:

Telephone: 01606 786782. Fax: 01606 786783

Email: admin@medical-acupuncture.org.uk

Web: http://www.medical-acupuncture.co.uk

National and International meetings

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BMAS supplementary courses

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Further details

Full details of all meetings may be obtained from the BMAS Administrative Office, or online:

Telephone: 01606 786782. Fax: 01606 786783

Email: admin@medical-acupuncture.org.uk

Web: http://www.medical-acupuncture.co.uk

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