BMAS Spring Conference
Venue: Hilton Hotel, Paddington, London
Price: £155 BMAS members £185 non members
Early bird (available until 20/2/17) £140 BMAS members £165 non members
We have Kajsa Landgren from Lund University coming to talk about her controversial research into acupuncture for colic in babies, and she’ll let us into a few secrets about her qualitative research into acupuncture in anorexia nervosa.
Read Kajsa’s paper in Acupuncture in Medicine here, and you can check out responses to the paper in the media here.
Charles Buck is back – his talk ‘The essence of needling’ will look at the place of intention and related ideas in acupuncture practice.
Ewan Wallace: Tales from acupuncture in paediatric secondary care.
Manuel Maliqueo (unconfirmed): Electroacupuncture effect on HbA1c in women with PCOS
Mike Cummings: Acupuncture in low back pain and NICE Guideline 59
The Spring Conference is a great way to update yourself on the latest acupuncture research, network with colleagues and earn CPD, so don’t miss out. Join us on Saturday 20 May 2017 at the Hilton Hotel in Paddington, central London.
The Annual General Meeting of the BMAS will also be held after the close of the conference, and members will receive more details soon.
If you’re in London for the Spring Conference why not come along to the Palliative Care Day too?
Palliative Care Day, Marie Curie Hospice, London NW3 - Friday 19 May 2017
Graham Leng & Juliet Spiller lead a day for professionals with an interest in acupuncture for symptom management in palliative care and chronic disease.
|Spring 2017 BMAS member SATURDAY||£155.00
|Spring 2017 Non member SATURDAY||£185.00
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