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Chinese Medicine for Health: Principles and Practice of Herbal and Other Therapies (Conducted Online)

This is an 8-week course which offers participants, particularly senior citizens, valuable lifestyle and natural healing guides. The course educates the public on using Chinese medicine to enhance their ability to manage their own health and that of their families. It covers TCM principles, herbs and recipes, acupuncture and acupressure, methods of Chinese health cultivation, and the management of chronic conditions like diabetes, insomnia, gastro-intestinal disorders and cardiovascular diseases.

Course Details

Nett Fee after Government subsidy S$112.00

SkillsFuture Credit Eligible

Provider

Renhai Centre Ltd

Email

corporate@renhai.com.sg

Duration

24 hours over 8 sessions

Contact

6227 9238


Commencement

26 Mar 2022 - 14 May 2022

Registration

Open in January 2022

Venue

Online


Trainer

Prof Hong Hai

Ms Karen Wee

Ms Soh Shan Bin

The actual trainer for the course is subject to change.
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Trainer's Profile

Prof Hong Hai

Prof Hong Hai [MD.PhD (Course Director)] is Adjunct Professor at NTU, and Chairman of the Renhai Centre Ltd. He has chaired the Government Parliamentary Committee on Health and the academic committee of the TCM Practitioners Board, and published four books on TCM.

Ms Karen Wee

Ms Karen Wee (BSc, BMed) is trained in both biomedical science and Chinese medicine. She is a registered TCM physician since 2011 and has taught TCM courses in English at UniSIM, Renhai and Confucius Institute since 2012. Besides TCM theories, the topics that are taught in the course include the use of Chinese medicine to manage one’s mental health. Activities that help to cope with mental well-being such as meditation, qigong and medicated recipes are also taught in the course.

Ms Soh Shan Bin

Ms Soh Shan Bin worked in NTU TCM clinic from 2010 to 2012 and as a Research Associate for TCM in NTU from 2015 to 2016. She has been working in Renhai clinic from 2016 till present. She has taught TCM courses at Renhai and the Confucius Institute. She was the president of NTU Chinese Medicine Alumni Association from 2017 to 2019.

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