Emerging Ethical Trends in TCM Registration -Michael Taromina(NCCAOM Lawyer)
This lesson is part of the 9th ATCM Congress. Participants of the 9th American TCM Congress are not required to register again.
This is the final course of the 9th ATCM Congress. As legal knowledge is often a weak point for doctors. We have opened up this course for doctors who have not yet participated in the Congress to register and learn. All are welcome to participate.
Michael Taromina, Esq., is an expert in acupuncture and Oriental Medicine law, ethics, and regulations. For over two decades, he has litigated, educated, advocated, and authored for the advancement and protection of the AOM profession in the United States. Michael serves as the Chair of the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine’s Professional Ethics and Disciplinary Committee. In this capacity, he co-drafted NCCAOM’s Code of Ethics and Grounds for Discipline and currently oversees the adjudication of misconduct cases from all over the country.
Michael has also served as pro bono legal counsel to many AOM state and national associations.
Stay ahead with the latest changes to the NCCAOM Code of Ethics and regulations. Gain expert insights from Michael Taromina, Esq. on avoiding legal pitfalls, while getting firsthand knowledge of disciplinary trends. Get ready to enhance your practice with proven risk management strategies.
Nov.16th Thurs 8:00 PM-11:00 PM Eastern Time
Nov.17th Friday 9:00 AM -12:00 AM Beijing Time
Continuing Education Credits