Continuing TCM Education Series 8: PulmonaryCo-organized by Eu Yan Sang Academy and Singapore Chinese Medical Union
Event Date: 24 – 26 March 2017
CTE Points: 9
Venue: Academia, 20 College Rd, Singapore 169856 (located in Singapore General Hospital Campus)
*Local registered TCM Practitioners are eligible for Employment and Employability Institute’s (e2i) 50% Course Fee Subsidy. For more information, kindly refer to the Terms and Conditions.
About the Speaker: Professor Zhang HuiYong
Professor Zhang HuiYong is a Chief Physician of the Pulmonary Department in Longhua Hospital (affiliated to Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine) and a mentor to the PhD students. Professor Zhang was under the tutelage of China’s famous Physician Shao ChangRong. He holds multiple positions such as Vice-Chairman of the Chinese Society of Traditional Chinese Medicine (Pulmonary Diseases branch), Secretary to the National Association of Integrative Medicine (Respiratory Diseases) Professional Committee etc. Professor Zhang HuiYong also served as an assessment expert at the “National Essential Drugs Directory”and the State Food and Drug Administration for the review of new drugs.
For more than 30 years, Professor Zhang is engaged in the prevention and treatment of both acute and chronic respiratory diseases, as well as the clinical standardization of Traditional Chinese Medicine. As a result, he accumulated a wealth of clinical experience and formed his unique academic point of view. He has especially developed insight in the prevention and cure for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Bronchial Asthma, Lung Cancer and lung infection. In the recent years, he has accepted numerous major scientific research projects on the national, provincial and ministerial levels.
1. Clinical Experience of treating Respiratory Diseases with Traditional Chinese Medicine: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
2. Clinical Experience of treating Respiratory Diseases with Traditional Chinese Medicine: Bronchial Asthma
3. Clinical Experience of treating Respiratory Diseases with Traditional Chinese Medicine: Pneumonia
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