Acupuncture in the West: Diversity and Orthodoxy
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This article is an edited and abridged transcript of a discussion that occurred in London in September 2019 to mark the 40th anniversary of the Journal of Chinese Medicine, and follows on from two previous articles: ‘Acupuncture in the West’ (January 1985, with Peter Deadman, Ted Kaptchuk, Giovanni Maciocia and Felicity Moir) and ‘Chinese Medicine in the West’ (June 2009, with Peter Deadman, Hugh MacPherson, Daniel Maxwell, Felicity Moir and Volker Scheid). Present this time were Charles Buck (CB), Peter Deadman (PD), Angie Hicks (AH), Daniel Maxwell (DM) and Philip Weeks (PW). All are past or present practitioners of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine with different backgrounds and styles of practice. For brief biographies of the participants, please see the end of the article. The full article is available online.
|Author||Charles Buck, Peter Deadman, Angie Hicks, Daniel Maxwell and Philip Weeks|
|JCM Issue||JCM 121/57|
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