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Oh, The Places You'll Go!

Oh, The Places You'll Go!

Have you ever wondered what unique job opportunities there are for acupuncturists? Here are 3 examples of unusual environments where you can excel in your practice : Travel the World on a Cruise Ship: Acupuncture at Sea with Karas Smith After graduating from PCOM in May 2014 with her Master’s in...
ILaaom, Quad A Representatives Meet with Secretary of Illinois DFPR on Dry Needling

ILaaom, Quad A Representatives Meet with Secretary of Illinois DFPR on Dry Needling

December 2015 - Pacific College of Oriental Medicine - Chicago was well-represented at a December 2015 private meeting with the Secretary of the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation. A representative of Quad A (the Asian American Association of Acupuncturists, Chicago) and...
Naomi C. Broering Hispanic Heritage Award/Grant
Linda Walton, MLA President and Naomi C. Broering, PCOM’s Dean of Libraries

Naomi C. Broering Hispanic Heritage Award/Grant

On May 18, 2015, Naomi C. Broering, PCOM’s Dean of Libraries, received the Medical Library Association’s (MLA) first Hispanic heritage award at the annual MLA conference in Austin, Texas. Named the Naomi C. Broering Hispanic Heritage Award, the award honors and recognizes her past accomplishments...

Pacific College New York Celebrates New Campus Location

This January 2014, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine New York opened the doors to its new campus location in Lower Manhattan. The PCOM New York campus moved from its long-held Flatiron District location in December 2013, just in time to ring in 2014 from its new home on 110 William Street, New York NY 10038. The campus move will provide new opportunities for students and patients alike. Campus Director Malcolm Youngren says, “The space is larger than our previous campus. The new space is 42,000 square feet compared to 38,000 square feet. This move has enabled us to create a larger student lounge and increase the number of classes and treatment rooms.”
Pacific College and Integrative Medicine: An East Meets West Approach to Health

Pacific College and Integrative Medicine: An East Meets West Approach to Health

A recent issue of Acupuncture Today reported big news for one of the largest medical schools in the United States. The University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Health System has begun to introduce methods of Eastern medicine into their medical curriculum. Journalist Daniel Ramirez reports, “By meshing a 3,000-year-old medicine with cutting-edge medical science, one of the largest medical institutions in California is hoping to lead the way by proving there are effective ways to deal with disease with a new type of care that incorporates both East and West.” This was an exciting development for proponents of integrative health who believe that the more options available for patients, the better.

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