Yo San Happenings
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It was a proud moment for Tobey Stacey, beaming with joy as she received the Fall 2013 MATCM Dean's Prize from YSU President Dr. Larry Ryan.
One of the most obvious changes in the expanded arrangement is that no longer will interns and supervisors have separate work and “hanging out” spaces. With the start of the Fall 2013 trimester, while on duty in the YSU Community Clinic, both interns and clinical faculty members will engage in clinical supervision interactions in a single large common space.
Professor Chen and his team were clearly impressed with what they saw. “You (YSU) are so small and yet you offer so much education and clinical training to your students”, Professor Chen complimented. Thank you, GZUCM visitors!
Master Hua-Ching Ni (OmNi) is the author of over 70 books in English and 50 books in Chinese that facilitate personal spirituality and life balance consistent with the Tao. He is also the father of Yo San University founders, Drs. Dao and Mao Ni, and provided his sons the inspiration to follow careers in Traditional Chinese Medicine, and nearly twenty five years ago urged his sons to establish the University named in honor of Master Ni’s father (Yo San).
On Saturday July 27th, Yo San University Clinic joined over 60 local businesses at the Third Street Promenade to participate in the annual Santa Monica Wellbeing Health and Fitness Festival hosted by the Santa Monica Chamber of Commerce.
Yo San University (YSU) hosted three graduate TCM students from Tao Chi Schulungszentrum Zürich during the Spring 2013 trimester. The Swiss interns spent 4 weeks in YSU attending a variety of classes in acupuncture, TCM internal medicine, Chinese medical herbology, TCM nutrition as well as courses in YSU’s unique Qi-cultivation program.
Thirty-three joyful and jubilant graduates gathered in the Skirball Cultural Center – Magnin Auditorium on April 21, 2013 to participate in the 2013 Yo San University Commencement Ceremony.
It is our pleasure to announce that Yo San recent grads achieved a perfect 100% pass rate for our first-time test takers on the recent February 2013 California Acupuncture Licensing Examination (CALE). Our heartiest congratulations go out to all our recent graduates on your remarkable success in this rigorous and challenging examination. We are very proud of your achievement!
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).