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Acupuncture: An Evidence-Based Assessment

Richard Hammerschlag
Lecturer: 

Richard Hammerschlag, Ph.D., Dean of Research at the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine

Credits: This lecture is part of an archive. Please note that CME/CEU credit is no longer available for this lecture.

Cost: Free

Learning Objectives

  • Discuss the history of acupuncture
  • Compare the differences between western medicine and Chinese medicine
  • Identify how acupuncture research is conducted
  • Describe research on the efficacy of acupuncture and the mechanisms underlying itsvarious uses

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