Free Women’s Health Seminar June 8 at Oregon College of Oriental Medicine


May 30, 2013 -- Join OCOM on June 8th for a free Saturday Seminar presented by OCOM faculty member and Chair of Oriental Medicine Dr. Hong Jin, PhD, LAc: How to Maximize Women’s Health, Balance, Happiness and Potential. Dr. Jin will talk about the history of women’s health from the viewpoint of Chinese medicine, and how Chinese medicine and Western medicine can work together to maximize women’s health and longevity.

To attend this free seminar, please sign-up by emailing [email protected]

Saturday, June 8, 2013

9.30am – 12pm

OCOM Campus Community Room, 75 NW Couch, Portland, 97209

To download the Saturday Seminar Series schedule, visit

About Dr. Hong Jin

A leader in the regional, national and international health care community, Dr. Hong Jin, Chair of Oriental Medicine at OCOM, is an MD (China) graduate of Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (1985), and a 2007 graduate of the Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine program at Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM).

Prior to joining OCOM as a faculty member in 1994, Dr. Jin served as a teacher and physician in Chinese Medicine at Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), a World Health Organization (WHO) training center for traditional medicine. She currently sits on the national Educational Working Group for the Academic Consortium for Academic & Alternative Health Care (ACCAHC) promoting integrative medicine, and serves as a doctoral program faculty member at American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco, CA. Dr. Jin also currently serves as a Visiting Professor for Nanjing Medical University in the Acupuncture Department, where she teaches U.S. research methodology and helps design research to match U.S. research standards at the university. She frequently presents at community events throughout Portland, and was recently awarded the Northwest China Council Flying Horse Award (2012) in recognition for her service in promoting the benefits of Chinese medicine in the West.

About Oregon College of Oriental Medicine

Celebrating 30 years in 2013, Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM) is a nonprofit single-purpose professional graduate school offering master’s and doctoral degrees in acupuncture and Oriental medicine. OCOM’s mission is to transform health care by educating highly skilled and compassionate practitioners, providing exemplary patient care, and engaging in innovative research within a community of service and healing.


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