California Journal of Oriental Medicine (CJOM)

CJOMFor the better part of three decades, the California State Oriental Medical Association (CSOMA) has published the California Journal of Oriental Medicine (CJOM), a semiannual peer-reviewed publication containing articles that emphasize research, clinical therapies, and historical perspectives in Oriental medicine.

Subscriptions to the California Journal of Oriental Medicine are available free of charge to licensed practitioners and students of acupuncture and Oriental medicine in the United States.

NOTE: CSOMA members will automatically receive CJOM as part of their membership. There is no need for members to subscribe. Non-members may subscribe here.


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Jessica WakemanJessica Wakeman is the Editor and Chief of the California Journal of Oriental Medicine. She holds a Masters degree in journalism from the City University of New York. She is published in Natural Home, Parents magazine, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, among other publications. 

Jessica is currently a third-year student studying East Asian medicine in Berkeley, California. She is dedicated to creating community and sharing knowledge around the philosophies and application of East Asian medicine. To contact her, visit


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CJOM Spring 2016  CJOM Spring 2015  CJOM Spring/Summer 2014  CJOM Fall/Winter 2013  

 CJOM Spring/Summer 2012  CJOM Fall/Winter 2011  CJOM Fall/Winter 2010  CJOM Spring/Summer 2010

CJOM Spring/Summer 2009  CJOM Fall/Winter 2008  CJOM Spring/Summer 2008  CJOM Spring/Summer 2007

CJOM Fall/Winter 2007  CJOM Spring/Summer 2006  CJOM Fall/Winter 2006