Here you will find information on the Neijing Medicine Courses. Based on over 20 years of research and clinical experience and over a decade of teaching, Dr. Edward Neal has created a multi-year master class designed to create physician-level practitioners of Chinese medicine based on the core material of the Huangdi Neijing.
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SUNDAY CLASSES WITH DR. NEAL
JOIN DR. NEAL FOR A SERIES OF FREE BI-MONTHLY SUNDAY DISCUSSIONS ON NEIJING MEDICINE
Dr. Edward Neal hosts bi-monthly, video-based, online Q&A sessions focused on Neijing Medicine, open to to all with an interest in these practices. If you’re curious about the Neijing Medicine courses, are a former student, or simply want to drop in and observe, please join us!
Class dates are as follows: May (3, 17, 31) | June (14, 28) | July (12, 26) | August (9, 23). Classes will continue until the start of the NJ Studies Level I class on September 20, 2020.
Make sure to send an RSVP to reserve your space! We’ll send out a link with instructions for how to join the class as the date approaches.
Introduction to Neijing Medicine
INTRODUCTORY WORKSHOPS AND LECTURES
These workshops and lectures are held online and in-person at venues around the world. They are designed to introduce professionals and students to Neijing medicine and Neijing classical acupuncture. Explore these offerings and sign up on the mailing list to be notified when we announce new workshops and events.
Theoretical and Clinical Foundations
The Neijing Studies: Year I curriculum is an intensive overview of the theories and practices of Neijing medicine, and open to interested professionals and students. Training includes the year-long Online Lecture Series and two supplementary 6-day hands-on Clinical Practicums. This course was previously known as ‘Neijing Studies: Level I’.
Advanced Clinical Training
YEAR II AND III
This year we are developing an advanced clinical training track. In 2020, this training will begin with two advanced 6-day hands-on Clinical Practicums in advanced techniques and assessment. Beginning in 2021, this curriculum will expand to include a third year of advanced clinical training featuring online classes and clinical internships, currently in development. This program is limited to 25 participants per year and is by application only.