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EARLY BIRD RATE ENDS TODAY! DON’T MISS OUT! Posted 5/1/2018

May 01, 2018 11:00 AM | Shelley Dahle (Administrator)

Join more than 50 already registered fellow EAMPs in participating in the Spring WEAMA Membership Meeting. We have in-person and new this year the option to join us by live remote feed, available for the same low registration rate of just $50. Early Bird special pricing ends today. Save $40!

You will learn important policy and legislation impacting acupuncture locally and nationally from experts and WEAMA leaders, and opportunities to connect with other EAMPS and engage with the association. Join us on May 20th, 2018, at Bastyr University, 14500 Juanita Drive, Kenmore WA 98028-4966. Hope to see you there!
Register here

REGISTRATION INCLUDES:
CEUs (pending)
ORGANIC LUNCH BUFFET
FREE PARKING
VENDOR TABLES

May Membership Meeting Schedule

8:00 am    

Registration

9:00 am     Welcome – Curt Eschels, EAMP
9:15 am       Local & National Update / L & I Update – Jason Taylor M.Ac., EAMP;
Dr. Catherine Dayhoff, DAOM, EAMP
10:00 am Classic Herbal Formulas and How to Apply Them to Digestive Disorders –
Dr. Daniel Altschuler
, Ph.D, EAMP
11:00 am “Get to Know HEALWA: Your On Call Library for Washington State Practitioners” Christine Pryor, MLIS Assistant Director and Community Health Education Coordinator University of Washington Health Sciences Library 
11:30 am Fundraising & Vendors
12:15 pm Lunch
1:15 pm “TCM Comprehensive Approaches for Lower Back Pain” – Dr. Jiangeng Yang, OMD, MAC, EAMP
2:15 pm Washington State Legislation – Leslie Emerick, MPA
3:15 pm Closing, Curt Eschels, EAMP

End 3:30 pm

Contact: Shelley Dahle at info@weama.info with questions or inquiries for sponsorship or vendor opportunities. Sponsorships range from $250 - $775



About WEAMA
The Washington East Asian Medicine Association first began as the Acupuncture Association of Washington over 25 years ago. The organization helped to provide a unified legislative voice for our profession. In fact, our founders were integral in helping establish the legal practice of East Asian Medicine in Washington state. Our all-volunteer Board of Directors currently consists of 7 democratically elected professionals in the field.