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Who Will Drive the Kids to Music Lessons?—Busy Ventura Mom is now “Dr. Mom” By:

Without a doubt Cindy and her family’s infrastructures were stretched during her two years of commuting to Los Angeles for the full and stimulating monthly Friday, Saturday and Sunday sessions of the Yo San University DAOM Program. Besides the usual preparation for classes, clinic hours and the monumental doctoral capstone dissertation (Cindy’s research project engaged a sample of California TCM reproductive medicine practitioners in a survey regarding their use of the two dominant fertility treatment protocols), Cindy’s tenure in the Yo San DAOM Program also included the optional China hospital externship.

12/20/2011
Questions, Questions, Questions! By:

The Yo San University DAOM program with its specialty in Reproductive Medicine was perfect for Carla. It allowed her to learn from both TCM experts and Western medicine physicians who were dealing with issues most fundamental to the survival of humanity—how our daily choices and personal histories have a significant impact on fertile potential and overall health. While answering many of Carla’s questions, the two years of one weekend a month classes and supervised fertility clinic sessions also stimulated the generation of many more questions.

12/20/2011
How Does a Doctoral Research Project Develop? By:

Because all DAOM candidates were involved in the Yo San University Fertility Clinic sessions, Andrea’s defense presentation was one of especially high interest for the DAOM students and faculty members in attendance. What was learned from the DAOM Capstone Dissertation Project? Research is based in experience and hunches. It is a simple matter of articulating hunches into viable research questions that are grounded by prior literature and sound methodology. 

11/30/2011
China Trip April 2011 By:

The two-week YSU intensive program was specifically developed to fulfill the requirements of the YSU DAOM specialty in Reproductive Medicine. All of the following were included: participation in outpatient clinical sessions, in-patient ward rounds, didactic lectures, small-group tutorials and discussions, and acupuncture demonstrations at both the CDUTCM First Affiliated TCM Hospital as well as the CDUTCM Second Affiliated TCM Hospital (also known as the Sichuan Institute of Reproductive Health, which specializes in an integrative approach to Reproductive Medicine). 

04/30/2011
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