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Advanced Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine (AATM) Training Program in Taipei, Taiwan, 2008 For Immediate Release Department of Health in Taiwan and TIMTC (Taiwan International Medical Training Center, Taipei Hospital) are pleased to announce a high level AATM training program.

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advanced acupuncture and traditional medicine aatm training program in taipei taiwan 2008
Advanced Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine (AATM) Training Program in Taipei, Taiwan, 2008

For Immediate Release

Department of Health in Taiwan and TIMTC (Taiwan International Medical Training Center, Taipei Hospital) are pleased to announce a high level AATM training program.

Program Objectives:

(1) Provide advanced lectures of acupuncture, moxibustion and traditional medicine.

(2) Clinical practice lectures of acupuncture, moxibustion and traditional medicine.

(3) Modern concepts of traditional medicine.

(4) Integrate the association between medicine and traditional medicine.

(5) Share the experiences of herbal medicine on the specific disease as SARS.

Qualification:

Participants will be health professionals with:

(1) 1 year background of acupuncture or traditional medicine.

(2) 1~2 recommendation letters.

Program Size:

Up to 14 fellows will be offered to attend the training program.

Program Time:

Sep. 14 to 30, 2008.

Training Location:

Taipei , Taiwan.

Certificate:

A 80-credit hours certificate will be awarded by the organizer.

Registration Fee:

The full registration package includes the invitation to admissions to all sessions,

visiting, field trip, teaching materials, coffee breaks and welcome reception.

USD$1,300/ person

Deadline for Application:

June 30, 2008.

Contact Us

TEL: 886-2-55907998

Fax:886-2-66352516 & 886-2-66358700

E-Mail: imtcimtc@yahoo.com.tw

Website: http://www.ptph.gov.tw/imtc1/index.asp

Taipei Hospital, Department of Health, Taiwan

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Program Introduction

Program Objectives

(1) Provide advanced lectures of acupuncture, moxibustion and traditional medicine.

(2) Clinical practice lectures of acupuncture, moxibustion and traditional medicine.

(3) Modern concepts of traditional medicine.

(4) Integrate the association between medicine and traditional medicine.

(5) Share the experiences of herbal medicine on the specific disease as SARS.

Program Agenda

Taipei Hospital, Department of Health, Taiwan

acupuncture and traditional medicine training program
Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine Training Program

2005 Brazil

2006 Austria

2007 Mongolia

Taipei Hospital, Department of Health, Taiwan

workshop organizers

Taiwan International Medical Training Center

Workshop Organizers

The Taiwan International Medical Training Center was established by The Department of Health. Taipei hospital is appointed as the main contact window in charge of the communications and coordination with all medical institutions in our country, and the training of medical personnels who come from abroad. In this way, we are able to elevate the medical and health status of other countries and to fulfill our responsibilities to the international society.

This center occupied 3 floors of the new building. Floor 1 is for lei-sure and recreation, floor 2 has library, floor 3 has 17 rooms are delicated to accommodate up to 28 foreign trainees. In addition, the environment is elegant and comfortable with the modernized equipments. We hope the trainees feel like being at home.

Taiwan International Health Action (Taiwan IHA)

In view of the need to further integrate the manpower and equipment available for international health assistance, the Taiwan International Health Operations Center (TIHOC), a unified task force covering various government departments and agencies, was established in 2004.

TIHOC was later reorganized as Taiwan International Health Action (Taiwan IHA) to be more streamlined yet more extensive and more effective in coordinating with other international humanitarian aid institutions on medical and health cooperation and emergency medical assistance.

Taipei Hospital, Department of Health, Taiwan

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Workshop Organizers

The dormitory appearance.

On the second floor of the dormitory is a library.

It offers a comfortable space to read and study.

The dormitory of TIMTC:

17 rooms are delicate and accommodate 17~28 people.

Taipei Hospital, Department of Health, Taiwan

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Culture Tour

TAIPEI 101

The tallest building in the world is now erected in Taipei.  The TAIPEI 101 of 508 meters in height has overtaken the Sears Tower of Chicago, U.S.A. previously ranking number 1 in the world.  The shape of TAIPEI 101 is design with the concept of bamboo.  At the base of 26F, each section is formed top wide and down narrow in the shape of a fu125nnel.  In the symbol of Chinese culture, it indicates rising section by section. There are also 26 pieces of ancient coins outside the building.  There is also official seal (ordinarily called Imperial Jade Seal) are all treasure of tranquilizing the building.

National Museum of Natural Science

As one of the most heavily attended museums in Taiwan, and one of the most attended venues in Taichung .

Across 22 exquisite acres, the Museum is a six-venue complex housing the Space IMAX Theater, Science Center, Life Science Hall, Human Cultures Hall (the original Chinese Science Hall), Global Environment Hall and the Botanical Garden,

The Museum is also a major science learning center with over a half million school children visiting annually.

Taipei Hospital, Department of Health, Taiwan

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Yilan City

Taroko National Park

Culture Tour

The city of Yilan is located in the central, and most favored part, of the Lanyang Plain. Streams and rivers provide a constant source of replenishment for the nutrients in the soil here, making Yilan a breadbasket county. The cultural, educational, and administrative heart of the Lanyang Plain is Yilan City, which is also a major hub for traffic along the northeast coast.

When Taroko National Park was eventually established on November 28, l986, it was of special significance for the environmental protection movement in Taiwan. It showed that both the public and the government agencies had realized despite the nation's four decades of extraordinary economic success, serious damage was being done to its natural resources.

According to the National Park Act of the Republic of China (passed in l972),parks are established to protect the natural scenery, historic relics and wildlife; to conserve natural resources; and to facilitate scientific research and Promote environmental education.

Taipei Hospital, Department of Health, Taiwan

general information
General Information

Accommodation

Caesar Park Hotel-Taipei

TEL : (886-2)2311-5151

FAX : (886-2)2331-9944

Number 38, Chung Hsiao W. Rd, Sec. 1, Taipei, 100, Taiwan, R.O.C.

http://www.caesarpark.com.tw

Sheraton Taipei Hotel

TEL : (886-2)2321-5511

FAX : (886-2)2394-4240

NO. 12, Chung Hsiao East Road, Section 1, Taipei 100, Taiwan, R.O.C.

http://www.sheraton-taipei.com/

Howard International House Taipei

TEL : (886-2)8369-1155

FAX : (886-2)8369-1177

30, Xinsheng South Road Sec, 3, Taipei, Taiwan 10660, R.O.C.

http://intl-house.howard-hotels.com.tw/

Taipei Hospital, Department of Health, Taiwan

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MRT

TAXI

General Information

The mass rapid transit system (MRT) in Taipei, has five lines in operation. MRT running hours is from 06:00 to 24:00. Auto ticketing slots can be found in MRT stations. "Single-journey Ticket" price ranging from NT$20 to NT$65 depending on travel distance. A 150-dollar "One-day pass" purchased from service booth will allow unlimited travels among all MRT lines within one day.

Major cities have an abundance of taxis. Charges are NT$70 for the first 1.5km and NT$5 for each additional 300 meters. An additional NT$5 is charged for every two minutes of waiting, and a 20% surcharge is added to fares between 23:00 and 06:00, NT$10 dollars tip needed for cab dispatched by phone and for luggage placed in taxi trunk. Out-of-town or long-distance travels may not apply to meter charge.

50% additional to meter charge needed for cab travel to CKS airport. It costs around NT$1,200 to travel from CKS to Taipei city.

English Taxi Association: +886-2-2799-7997

Taipei Foreign Affairs Police Station:+886-2-2381-7475; 2381-8341; 23817494

Complaint about CKS airport taxi:+886-3-398-2241; 3-398-2177

Taipei Hospital, Department of Health, Taiwan