ACMAC Newsletter

Insights

Giovanni Maciocia, in comparing practice in China and the UK, observed that, “You call weekly treatment proper treatment for here, but that’s created by social circumstances. We’re in private practice and people can’t afford to come more often. If they could, they would come every other day.” — Kaptchuk et al, 1985

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  • All aspect of setting up a new practice, or anything that comes up as your practice matures, such as hiring new practitioners, etc.
  • Research. You might want to do a piece of research about multibed acupuncture for your bachelors or masters degree. You can bounce ideas off people on the Forum, and don’t forget to read existing research in the Library too.
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