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LCTA INTRODUCES GROUND-BREAKING MASTERS IN CHINESE MEDICINE

LCTA has introduced a Masters Degree in Chinese Medicine.

The course, which will be available to study from September 2010, will enable Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioners to gain an MSc by researching an aspect of TCM that is of specific interest to them in their practice, whilst continuing to treat their patients.

Masters students will be able to research any condition or any aspect of Chinese medicine through the practice of acupuncture, herbal medicine, tui na or qi gong.  “The focus of this brand new course is clinical practice, which we believe is the cornerstone of Chinese medicine,” explains LCTA Principal Bonny Williams.  “Many of our students discover a passion for certain aspects of Chinese medicine, whether this be related to a specific  condition that they enjoy treating, or to a technique that resonates with them.  By giving them the opportunity to base a research degree around their existing practice, we hope to assist them in developing their specialism, their expertise and their practical experience much further than they would with a normal research degree.”

Guided by expert mentors and research staff at the College, students will be encouraged to set their own developmental goals, manage their study time and attend Master Classes of their choice, both in the UK and overseas.  “Evidence-based research is an important part of the process of improving the credibility of the Chinese medicine profession in the UK,” explains Bonny. “The more expertise we can offer to prove the effectiveness of our practice, the better.  It is vitally important to keep raising standards to ensure that Chinese medicine earns the respect and recognition it deserves.

“We hope that our new Masters programme will lead the way in setting a new international standard for Chinese medicine research and look forward to enrolling our first cohort of students in September.”

To find out more or to enrol for September, please call Carolina, Bonny or Laura on 020 8446 3332 or visit http://www.lcta.com.

About the course

LCTA’s Masters in Chinese Medicine is awarded by the University of Portsmouth (subject to validation).

The course is run over one or two years, depending on students’ available study time.

The programme is open to anyone with a degree or degree-level qualification in Chinese medicine, membership of a relevant professional body and a fully-insured clinical practice from which to work.


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