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Anna Benrick
  • - University of Gothenberg, Sweden
Title
Different effects of manual and electrical acupuncture stimulation on insulin sensitivity in rats with and without dihydrotestosterone induced PCOS
Related Session
Gynaecology Research
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Alan Bensoussan
  • - University of Western Sydney, Australia
Title
Making sense of acupuncture
Related Session
Herbal Medicine Research 1
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Benjamin Koh
  • - University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Title
Alternative Medicine as Doping in Sports: Qualitative evidence
Related Session
Qualitative Research
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Bettina Rosche
  • - University of New South Wales, Australia
Title
Traditional Chinese Medicinal Herbs – Potential Mechanisms in the Treatment of Bacterial Infections
Related Session
Herbal Medicine Research 1
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Byeongsang Oh
  • - University of Sydney, Australia / Harvard Medical School, USA)
Title
Medical Qigong for Cancer Care / Integrative medicine in Australia: Current and Future
Related Session
Integrative Medicine / Qi Gong and Tai Ji Quan Research
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Chris McKeon
  • - University of Western Sydney, Australia
Title
Evaluation of an acupuncture service in a day oncology unit
Related Session
Acupuncture and Pain Management 3
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Christine Berle
  • - University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Title
Lateral Elbow Pain: A Randomised Controlled Pilot Study
Related Session
Acupuncture and Pain Management 3
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Danforn Lim
  • - University of New South Wales, Australia
Title
The ACU-PCOS: An Australian Randomised Controlled Trial: Lessons To Be Learnt
Related Session
Gynaecology Research
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David Sibbritt
  • - University of Newcastle, Australia
Title
Public health research: insights for acupuncture
Related Session
Public Health Research
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David White
  • - University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Title
Chinese Medicine in Australia: An Ethnographic Enquiry into the nature of knowledge
Related Session
Qualitative Research
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Elisabet Stener-Victorin
  • - Göteborg University, Sweden
Title
Acupuncture in Reproductive Medicine – Effects and Mechanisms
Related Session
Gynaecology Research
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George Qian Li
  • - University of Sydney, Australia
Title
Evaluation and ranking of toxic and scheduled Chinese herbal medicines
Related Session
Herbal Medicine Research 1
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Hitoshi Yamashita
  • - Morinomiya University of Medical Sciences, Japan
Title
Differences in practice, effect and safety of acupuncture among countries; an example of Japan
Related Session
Acupuncture Research 1
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Hugh MacPherson
  • - University of York, UK
Title
Acupuncture and other physical treatments for the relief of chronic pain due to osteoarthritis of the knee: network meta-analysis / Current state of the evidence on acupuncture for common chronic pain conditions: back and neck pain, osteoarthritis, and chronic headache/migraine
Related Session
Acupuncture and Pain Management 1, 2
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Hwaseung Yoo
  • - University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA
Title
Comparative analysis of the Bufonis Venenum by extraction methods using TLC, HPLC, and LC-MS
Related Session
Pharmacopuncture Research
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Hyunmin Yoon
  • - Dong-Eui University, Korea
Title
The Clinical Effect of Placenta Pharmacopuncture on facial Palsy
Related Session
Pharmacopuncture Research
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Im Quah-Smith
  • - University of New South Wales, Australia
Title
The functional MRI evidence for low intensity laser acupuncture in the treatment of depression
Related Session
Acupuncture Research 2
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John McDonald
  • - Griffith University, Australia
Title
Rhinitis: A Randomized Controlled Study
Related Session
Qi Gong and Tai Ji Quan Research
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Jon Adams
  • - University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Title
Public Health Research in Australia- Issues and Strategies for developing evidence for complementary medicine
Related Session
Public Health Research
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Jon Wardle
  • - University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Title
Using Public Health and Health Services Research as a Tool to Develop the Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Professions
Related Session
Public Health Research
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Jongcheon Joo
  • - Wonkwang University, Korea
Title
Effects of Medicinal Herbs and Phamacopunctures on the Variables Related to Cerebral Blood Flow
Related Session
Pharmacopuncture Research
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Junsang Yu
  • - Sangji University, Korea
Title
Systematic Review on Dengzhanhua Intravenous Injection for Acute Cerebral Infarction - Focusing on the Chinese Medical Journals
Related Session
Herbal Medicine Research 2
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Karen Bilton
  • - University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Title
The Reliability Of Contemporary Chinese Pulse Diagnosis
Related Session
Acupuncture Research 1
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Kelvin Chan
  • - University of Western Sydney/University of Sydney, Australia
Title
A personal view on how to research into integration of TCM with conventional medical concepts
Related Session
Integrative Medicine
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Kirk Wilson
  • - University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Title
Depression: A Randomized Controlled Study
Related Session
Acupuncture Research 2
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Lawrence Leung
  • - Queen’s University, Canada
Title
Use of self-administered auricular acupressure for smoking cessation-a pilot study
Related Session
Acupuncture Clinical Research 3
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Lynne Freeman
  • - University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Title
An overview of qualitative research methods and their potential for acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine research
Related Session
Qualitative Research
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Mary Garvey
  • - University of Technology, Sydney
Title
Human Research Ethics – Issues for Chinese Medicine
Related Session
Qualitative Research
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Myeongsoo Lee
  • - Korea Institute of Oriental Medicine (KIOM), Korea
Title
Systematic reviews-their role in determining the evidence for oriental medicine
Related Session
Acupuncture Research 1
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Osang Kwon
  • - Korea Institute of Oriental Medicine (KIOM), Korea
Title
A randomised controlled trial of qigong in the treatment of prehypertension and mild essentail hypertension
Related Session
Qi Gong and Tai Ji Quan Research
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Peter Johnstone
  • - Indiana University, USA
Title
Modernizing Ancient Therapy: Acupuncture for Cancer Symptom Clusters
Related Session
Acupuncture and Pain Management 1
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Phillip Siddall
  • - University of Sydney, Australia
Title
Clinical Pain: An Update on the Current Practices
Related Session
Acupuncture and Pain Management 2
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Richard Harris
  • - University of Michigan, USA
Title
Central Neural Mechanisms of Acupuncture: lessons from chronic pain
Related Session
Acupuncture mechanisms
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Sheng-Xing Ma
  • - University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) / Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, USA
Title
Nitrous Oxide- a plausible mechanism for the acupuncture effect
Related Session
Acupuncture mechanisms
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Shuai Zheng
  • - University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Title
Tai Chi And Stress: A Randomised Controlled Study
Related Session
Qi Gong and Tai Ji Quan Research
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Sue Cochrane
  • - University of Western Sydney, Australia
Title
Prior to Conception: the role of an acupuncture protocol in enhancing women’s reproductive functioning
Related Session
Gynaecology Research
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Sungchul Kim
  • - Wonkwang University, Korea
Title
Review of the studies and methods of medical treatment using Scolopendrid Phamacopuncture published between 2001 and the present day
Related Session
Pharmacopuncture Research
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Terje Alraek
  • - University of Tromsø, Norway
Title
Acupuncture and Hot Flashes: lessons to be learnt from a clinical trial
Related Session
Acupuncture Research 2
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Tony Zhang
  • - Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia
Title
The Role of Acupuncture for Pain Management in the Emergency Department
Related Session
Herbal Medicine Research 1
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Ven Tan
  • - Private Practice / Director, Health Pac, Australia
Title
Integration Of Chinese And Modern Biomedicine-Is It Possible?
Related Session
Integrative Medicine
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Shi Ping Zhang
  • - Hong Kong Baptist University, China
Title
From bed-side to bench-top: which mechanism is responsible for acupuncture in pain treatment?
Related Session
Acupuncture and Pain Management 2
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Zhen Zheng
  • - Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia
Title
Does acupuncture reduce the use of analgesics for patients with chronic musculoskeletal pain? A meta-analysis
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