AMU Response To COVID-19 Outbreak
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Campus Health Notice: Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)
The novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) that was first detected in December 2019 in Wuhan City, China. The virus causes mild to severe respiratory illness which can develop more serious complications like pneumonia — especially in patients that have other underlying conditions. The virus is believed to spread person-to-person via small droplets produced when an infected patient sneezes or coughs. It has spread to other countries in Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Australia and the United States.
To prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus or other viruses, follow these simple precautions:
• Washing your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds and avoiding touching your face with unwashed hands
• Covering your nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing
• Avoiding close contact with someone who is sick
• Stay home if you are feeling unwell
AMU Students or Faculty who have traveled to Wuhan City, China, or have had close contact with someone with a confirmed case of the virus AND have symptoms like a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, are encouraged to make an appointment to see a doctor. Anyone with a feaver or respiratory symptoms should wear a mask.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that travelers AVOID ALL NONESSENTIAL TRAVEL TO CHINA. The novel (new) coronavirus that can be spread from person to person.
For more infromation about the 2019-nCoV virus, visit the links below:
AMU’s programs are grounded in a practical approach to the training of holistic and integrative healthcare providers. Our goal is to educate and train future healthcare providers so they can go on to make valuable contributions to the healthcare system in the U.S. This is especially important now for many reasons, including helping to serve our aging and continually growing population. AMU is committed to preparing our students to attain the knowledge and skills necessary to practice and conduct research and become leaders in the field. More Info. »
OCT. 11 Doctorate in Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine (DAIM)
The Alhambra Medical University (AMU) professional doctoral (DAIM) program, approved to begin enrolling students, is not yet accredited or pre-accredited by ACAOM. Graduates of this program are not considered to have graduated from an ACAOM-accredited or pre-accredited program and may not rely on ACAOM accreditation or pre-accreditation for professional licensure or other purposes. … Read More
AUG. 07 Acupuncturists Without Borders Help People Heal From Trauma
Licensed acupuncturist Stephanie Edman from Acupuncturists without borders … Read More
MAR. 15 Accreditation for Seven (7) Years
The Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM) granted Alhambra Medical University Masters of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (MSAOM) program (in English and in Chinese) continuing accreditation for a period of Seven (7) years effective February 2019.
Accreditation status and notes may be viewed at: http://acaom.org/directory-menu/directory/.
Thank you to all the Faculty and Students for your contribution and support.
JAN. 28 2020 Chinese New Year Festival Party
@ January 28, 2020
Continuing Education Workshop
Chinese (中文) CEU Courses
Mar. 08, 2020 @ 10am– 6:30pm When to Raise the Red Flags and Referrals (Chinese) 7 hrs Dr. Allan Chang
- Aug. 02, 2020 @ 10am – 6:15pm TCM Patent Medicine in Modern Clinic (Chinese) 6 hrs Dr. Xuping Gu
Sep. 06, 2020 @ 1pm – 5:30pm Integrative Practice in Digestive Diseases (Chinese) 4 hrs Dr. Yongping Chen
All the above CEU courses have been approved by California Acupuncture Board.
2020 CEU classes are pending for CALE approval.
Ms. Wang graduated from Alhambra Medical University (AMU) at the end of 2013 as the top of the class and immediately obtained her state License as an Acupuncturist in early 2014. Ms. Wang was initially drawn to a career in engineering until she benefited from oriental medicine herself. She was convinced that it is one of the safest and most effective approaches to holistic health and she decided to dedicate the next chapter of her life to it. Ms. Wang was able to quickly equip herself and established a solid foundation in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) by the outstanding and precise instruction form AMU. She also received practical guidance from AMU and is now holding a successful career.
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