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Balens Continuing Professional Development Event - 19th - 20th May 2013

Our Second Continuing Professional Development Event
Empirical Science, Vitalism or What?
(plus updates on Marketing and Legal Aspects of Practice)

With key note speaker Professor Paul Dieppe, Head of Health and Wellbeing at Exeter University

Full programme and speaker's details can be found here:

Venue: Holistic Health Show at the NEC, Birmingham
Date: Sunday 19th and repeated on Monday 20th May 2013
Show Times: 10am until 5pm
Event Times: 10:20am until 4:15pm

To book your place, please call 01684 898995 or e-mail giving your name, preferred date and if you’d like to include lunch and we will make your booking and contact you for payment

Places are limited to 250 per day, so early booking is advised.

Daoist philosophical foundations of Classical Chinese Medicine: 13th April 2013

Ancient Philosophy or Quantum Physics?

This seminar will introduce the philosophical and scientific theoretical basics of Classical Chinese Medicine in its original form,as it was practices before TMC was developed.

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), well known outside of China today, is a combination of Classical Chinese Medicine(CCM) and western school medicine, created between 1940 -50 in the People’s Republic of China due to various political and economic reasons.

This half day seminar will introduce the philosophical and scientific theoretical basics of Classical Chinese Medicine in its original form.

8th Annual Congress of the International Society for Complementary Medicine Research (ISCMR): 11th - 13th April 2013

The 8th annual International Congress of Complementary Medicine Research - ICCMR 2013 - will focus on the global sustainability of healthcare for long term conditions such as diabetes, chronic pain, cardiov ascular disease, psychological problems, neurodegenerative conditions and arthritis. Long term conditions are the major cause of mortality among adults in almost all countries; between 35 and 58 million deaths annually worldwide are due to these illnesses and their complications. As global longevity continues to rise, it is increasingly clear that complementary, traditional and integrative therapies will have a vital role to play in ensuring the future sustainability of all heath care systems as the cost of managing multiple long term conditions become an ever greater burden in all countries around the world.

The International Congress of Complementary Medicine Research is the annual meeting of the International Society for Complementary Medicine Research (ISCMR). ISCMR is an international professional, multidisciplinary, non-profit scientific organization devoted to fostering Complementary and Integrative Medicine research.  It provides a platform for knowledge and information exchange to enhance international communication and collaboration. This congress marks the 10th anniversary of the ISCMR.

Venue: Institute for Education, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1H 0AL
Date: 11th - 13th April 2013

Seminar: Medicinal Mushrooms: their use in clinical practice: 23rd February 2013

A one-day seminar led by Martin Powell, supported by Balance Healthcare.
Venue: University of London Union, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HY
Date: Saturday 23rd February 2013,  10.00 am - 5.00 pm

Seminar: Face Reading: 9th December 2012

A One day seminar with Philip Weeks, Master Herbalist & TCM Practitioner.

Reading faces is an ancient tool that can give great insight into your health (and your patients). Widely used in Chinese medicine as an essential aid to diagnosis, it can also be a valuable asset to understand yourself and other people better.

These courses is created especially for Health Practitioner, although anyone is welcome to attend.

CPD Certificates will be issued.

Date:  Sunday 9th Dec, 10am - 4.30pm, London W1.
Price: £60 / £50 early booking

More information:
Telephone: 020 8350 4607 / 07984 592626
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