PDA (CE) for Acupuncturists and Doctors of Oriental Medicine: Medicines from the Earth 2023

Details about the PDA program for Acupuncturists:

  • Credits are issued for full or partial attendance
  • Sign up for PDA when you register for the conference ($29 additional fee for continuing education)
  • All CE registrants will be sent a certificate after submitting attendance verification (no later than July 2)

NCCAOM Approval Information:

  • The National Certification Commission on Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) has approved this online conference as a live event for 20.5 PDA (hours)
  • Includes attendance at Friday events

    The chart below gives the NCCAOM-approved schedule for the weekend, with the number and category of PDA points for each lecture.

    IMPORTANT NOTE: Even though you are able to view all the videos, the maximum credit available for acupuncturists through NCCAOM  is 20.5 CE hours (PDA) for the live sessions listed below. 

    Number CE credits with NCCAOM CategoriesCE Catalog Code
    Lise Alschuler, ND
    Clinical Applications of Medicinal Mushrooms with Synergistic Botanicals1.5 PE-CW23ME01
    Distress, Anxiety and Depression: A Botanically-Based Approach1.5 PE-CW23ME02
    Rebecca Beyer, MA
    Outdoor Walk: Appalachian Folk Uses of Local Plants1.5 PE-CW23ME23
    Mark Blumenthal
    40 Years of HerbalGram: Working to Ensure Accurate Herb Information and Authentic and Sustainably-Sourced Herbs1.5 PE-CW23ME03
    Teresa Boardwine, RH (AHG)
    Bitters as Therapeutic Tonics (Demonstration)1.5 PE-CW23ME04
    Creating an Herbal Day Spa at Home1.5 PE-CW23ME05
    Mary Bove, ND
    Senescence, Senolytics, and Aging1.5 PE-CW23ME06
    Simplicity of Simples in Botanical Medicine1.5 PE-CW23ME07
    Doug Elliott and Todd Elliott
    Herb Walk #11.5 PE-CW23ME24
    Herb Walk #21.5 PE-CW23ME25
    Joe Hollis
    Ecology, Propagation and Cultivation of Native and Oriental Medicinal Herbs at Mountain Gardens4 AOM-BIO23ME26
    Chris Kilham
    Keynote Address: Plants, People and Places, A Web of Life1.5 PE-CW23ME08
    Peru’s Sacred Plant Boom and Sustainability1.5 PE-CW23ME09
    Kat Maier, RH (AHG)
    We Are Stardust: Trace Elements as Foundational Building Blocks of Health1.5 PE-CW23ME10
    Plant Walk: Establishing Plant Relations1.5 PE-CW23ME27
    Jason Miller, DACM, LAc
    Friday Morning Intensive: Management of Complex Chronic Disease: Combining TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) Concepts with Modern Biomedical Analysis ($89)3 AOM-BIO23ME11
    The TCM Essence / Modern Genetics Parallel: From Congenital to Post-Congenital / From Digital to Analog1.5 AOM-BIO23ME12
    Kenneth Proefrock, NMD
    Tropane Alkaloids: From the History of Pharmacy to the Modern Practice of Botanical Medicine1.5 PE-CW23ME13
    Case Studies in the Naturopathic Treatment of Neurodegenerative Conditions1.5 PE-CW23ME14
    Katie Stage, ND, RH (AHG)
    How to Put the Brakes on the Runs: Approaches to Finding the Root Cause and Treatment of Persistent Diarrhea1.5 PE-CW23ME15
    Jillian Stansbury, ND
    Friday Afternoon Intensive: Botanical Influences on Cell Membranes ($89)4 PE-CW23ME16
    Mast Cells – Their Role in Health and Disease and Botanical Affectors1.5 PE-CW23ME17
    Thought Disorders – A Survey of the Safety of Botanical Medicines in Schizophrenia1.5 PE-CW23ME18
    Marc Williams, MA
    Invasivorism – Making Tasty Food from some Challenging Weeds (Demonstration)1.5 PE-CW23ME28
    Outdoor Walk: Identifying and Using Appalachian Medicinal Plants1.5 PE-CW23ME29
    David Winston, RH (AHG)
    Friday Field Study: Ethnobotanical and Native Plant Field Study ($79)5 PE-CW23ME30
    Bringing Down the Numbers – The Herbal/Nutritional Treatment of Hypercholesterolemia and Hypertension1.5 AOM-BIO23ME31
    Donald Yance, CN, RH (AHG)
    Medicinal Mushrooms in Oncology: Everything You Need to Know About Mushrooms and Cancer1.5 PE-CW23ME19
    Aging and the Immune System: Using Botanical and Dietary Compounds for Immune Enhancement and Clearance of Senescent Cells to Combat Aging, Infection, and Chronic Disease1.5 PE-CW23ME20
    Lise Alschuler, ND, Kenneth Proefrock, ND and Katie Stage, ND, RH (AHG), FABNG
    Saturday Panel: Mild Cognitive Impairment: Can it be Halted or Reversed?1.5 PE-CW23ME21
    Mary Bove, ND, Kat Maier, RH (AHG) and Donald Yance, CN, RH (AHG)
    Sunday Panel: Self Care: One of the Most Challenging and Rewarding Aspects of Patient (and our own) Health1.5 PE-CW23ME22

    Back to main Symposium page.

    Questions about acupuncture continuing education? Contact us and we’ll be happy to help!