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First Acupuncture Congressional Briefing Held on Capitol Hill

Hill Briefing

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CJOM Call for Submissions

CJOM Call for submissions

Deadline: Dec 1, 2017

CJOM

Help celebrate CJOM's 30th year by participating in the Spring/Summer 2018 issue! What you need to know:
  • This issue's theme is “The Acupuncture Solution to Pain Management and the Opioid Epidemic.”
  • We are seeking articles on the following: pain management; TCM's role/impact on  addiction; nutrition & other supportive modalities; integrative approaches; case studies; patient education and more. Doctoral theses are welcome!
  • Authors: Please review author guidelines here. If you intend to submit an article, please submit your title (tentative is OK) prior to Dec. 1to cjom@csomaonline.org to be considered for publication.
  • Associate Editors: We have 4 positions open! Associate editors play an essential role in editing articles per CJOM editorial guidelines, assisting in selecting journal content, and additional journalism responsibilities. Assistant editors work under the direction of the CJOM Editor-in-Chief and are listed in the publication's masthead. Interested? Please contact cjom@csomaonline.org.
  • Photographers: CJOM welcomes images that represent the current issue's theme. Images that include people are especially welcome. If you have an image you would like to have considered for the cover or inside the journal, please contact cjom@csomaonline.org.
  • CJOM Online is coming soon – stay tuned for details!

Committee Updates – October 2017

CSOMA Committee Updates

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Judy Chu Endorses Access to Acupuncture

Judy Chu Endorses Access to Acupuncture

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Futures Advisory Committee Updates 9/26/17

CSOMA Committee Updates

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Public Policy Advisory Committee Updates 9/26/17

CSOMA Committee Updates

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CE and Events Committee Updates 9/26/17

CSOMA Committee Updates

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Publications Advisory Committee Updates 9/26/17

CSOMA Committee Updates

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CSOMA President Requests Meeting with Rep Judy Chu

HR 2839

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CSOMA Requests Meeting with CAB re NCCAOM Exam

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CSOMA Statement on USC Dry Needling Post

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August 24, 2017

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The Benefits and Risks of Self-Diagnosing Health Conditions and Self-Prescribing Treatments

Patient Education

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Dr. Wheeler Opinion Paper on Herbal Tea Poisons Two San Franciscans

San Francisco Public Health Dept. Press Release

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Lessons learned

What were the biggest lessons learned in your first few years of practice?

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Interview with Christy Vitiello on the ASA

ASA Annual Business Meeting

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