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Integrative Medicine for Health Professionals

ENR-1009 Integrative Medicine for Health Professionals

DATES: Feb 27th - Apr 17th

TIME: 1:30 PM- 5:30 PM

COST: $390


LOCATION: Toronto Campus or Online

With Dylan Kirk, R.Ac, R.Tcmp, MSc (China)


This unique course looks at the role of TCM in an integrative medical setting in Canada. Students will be learning the strengths of different medical professions and how to develop treatment protocols between the Western medical professions and TCM professionals, as well as between various complementary and alternative medical modalities. It will also discuss business models, integrative plans of management, outcome measures, and evidence informed practice in TCM. This is a useful course for any acupuncturist or TCM practitioner who runs a clinic or practices along side other healthcare providers.

WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE? Any R.Ac or R.TCMP will benefit from completing this course, especially if you work in a multidisciplinary clinic or own a multidisciplinary clinic. 20% DISCOUNT! Because we believe that this course and the tools taught within it are essential to the success of members of our profession, we are proudly offering a 20% discount for any OCTCM Graduates or any active members of any TCMA Professional Association such as TCMO ( or CMAAC ( This also applies to members of TCMA professional associations outside of Ontario.


Dylan Kirk, R.Ac, R.TCMP, MSc (China) Dylan Kirk has spent his life immersed in traditional East Asian practices. He has done extensive training in baguazhang, taijiquan, gongfu and qigong under Master Chik Qadir Mason from whom he earned the honours of Black Sash. He received further training in acupuncture and TCM from Prof. Bin Jiang Wu at the Ontario College of Traditional Chinese Medicine where he is now Academic Dean. He continued his studies, completing a Bachelor of Medicine and Masters of Acupuncture from Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine of which his final thesis was titled: "Research on the use of TCM and Acupuncture within Integrative Medical Clinics in Ontario" of which much of thie course is built upon. He has also continued training in classical Chinese medicine (jingfang) with Prof. Suzanne Robidoux. He continues to volunteer for the profession as the President of the Council of TCM and Acupuncture Schools of Ontario (CTCMASO), and Vice President of the Federation of TCM Colleges of Canada (FTCMCC) as well as continuing his own clinical practice at the Toronto Integrative Medicine Centre, supporting TCM research through the International Society for Complementary Medicine Research, and teaching internal martial arts (neijia) in the Toronto area. He is well known in Canada as an excellent and compassionate practitioner and teacher.

For more information contact /416-527-4942.

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