UEWM is one of the leaders in medical research and practice in traditional Chinese Tai Chi and
Qigong to cure diseases and improve medical conditions. Teaming up with doctors and
researchers in major medical schools around the world, such as the Harvard Medical School,
the Benson and Henry Institute in Massachusetts General Hospital, the Tufts Medical School,
the Shenzhen University of China, and the Chinese University of Hong Kong, the International
Medical Tai Chi and Qigong Association ( iMTQA) was formed in October 5th 2018 at the
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston.
Oct 5 has been a historical and excited day for all the Tai Chi/Qigong experts, scholars, researchers, clinicians and medical doctors. The iMTQA was initiated by a group of doctors from Harvard Medical School who see the potential and importance of using Tai Chi/Qigong for treating medical and mental conditions. The purpose of iMTQA is to promote Medical Tai Chi and Qigong practice in Western medicine, to provide a venue to address proposed iMTQA accreditation standards, and to provide a forum for exchange of scientific knowledge.
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It’s a time for UEWM students to look back with great pride about what they have achieved, and look forward with great anticipation about the careers they will have.
April CA Licensing Exam results are in. University of East-West Medicine is happy to announce that our students earned the highest 1st time pass rate of accredited schools in the SF Bay area, at 88% :) We also had the highest 1st time pass rate in the state for schools that had more than 20 applicants. You can see the results on CAB's website: http://www.acupuncture.ca.gov/students/stats_apr2018.pdf