We aim to promote and develop high standards of education across Europe so that all agencies involved in healthcare, including those responsible for healthcare policy, can have confidence in the competence, safety and ethical behaviour of TCM practitioners in treating the public.
We aim to strengthen international academic exchange and assist academic collaboration with European colleges and universities.
We hold a wealth of experience that we share for the benefit of every member. From informal meet ups to newsletters, special events and forum discussions.
We lobby for the common interests of our members by getting a voice on relevant EU committees and forums concerned with complementary therapies. This way we can inform and educate decision makers on policy and provision, with particular reference to TCM therapies
The annual session received representatives of the 53 European WHO countries (many health ministers), NGOs in official relationship to WHO and observers to decide about major health projects, like Health 2020, and to discuss others. 420 participants alltogether.