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Dr. Frank Yurasek to Speak to 2nd World Education Congress of Chinese Medicine

by Jul 8, 2011

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Dr. Frank Yurasek, assistant dean for acupuncture and oriental medicine at NUHS, has been invited to speak at the Second World Education Congress of Chinese Medicine, held in Beijing in October, 2011. The conference will be an open and creative platform for diverse leaders to share their thoughts, ideas and insights in medical education.

Dr. Yurasek has also been asked to serve on a newly created Testing and Assessment Committee of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies, which is dedicated to developing practitioner excellence in the field of Chinese Medicine.

National University is proud to have many AOM faculty who are recognized as international speakers and leaders in their profession.

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