The Executive Committee is the governing body of the ETCMA. There are currently 9 members serving on the EC.
Guest Professor Chengdu University of TCM (CDUTCM)
EC Member WFAS
Chair of Dutch Acupuncture Knowledge Centre.
Chair of Science Committee NVA(Dutch Association of Acupuncture)
Clinical Epidemiologist Qi-R, Consultancy & Research in Chinese Medicine
Licensed Physiotherapist and Acupuncturist
Hon. SecretaryVice President of Finnish Acupuncture Association - FinnAcuDeputy Board Member of Union of Finnish Chinese Medicine Associations SKILLTCM Practitioner in Helsinki, FinlandLicenced Massage Therapist
President of Finnish Acupuncture Association - FinnAcu
Practitioner of Tradicional Chinese Medicine in Helsinki Area, Finland
Adjunct professor at UNINT (University of International Studies) Rome (Chinese Medical Terminology and Chinese Culture)
Honorary president of OTTO (Italian professional Tuina, Qigong and Oriental Techniques association) and member of SIdA (Italian Association of Acupuncture).
Sinologist, Physiotherapist, WFAS licensed acupuncturist, TCM teacher and practitioner, Malitang Qigong instructor.
Treasurer of Dutch Association of TCM - Zhong, the Netherlands
President Emeritus British Acupuncture Council (BAcC)
Member of the Advisory Group for Education and Practice Standards (BAcC)
Vice-Chair of the British Acupuncture Accreditation Board (BAAB)
Editor of the European Journal of Oriental Medicine (EJOM)
Head of Research
Licensed Chinese Medicine Therapist.
Member of the Israeli Association of TCM.
Teaches Research in Broshim College & abroad.
Extensive experience in basic and involvement in clinical research as part of PhD studies & work in pharmaceutical companies.
Traditional Chinese Medicine Specialist and Licence Acupucturist.
International Representative and member of Advisory Board for the Instituto Van Nghi of Portugal.
Certifed Trainer in the area of Traditional Chinese Medicine
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