Published May 14, 2024

3 Great CEU Events Coming Soon

The ASM Invites You to Save The Date for 3 Upcoming CEU Events

These events provide exciting opportunities for learning, CEUs, and connection with your peers!
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ASM 2024 Annual Meeting
Sunday September 15, 2024  8:15am-6pm
Reuben Hoar Library, Littleton MA

Key Highlights Include:

  • Brandon Hoffman and Sam Collins – American Acupuncture Council (AAC): Discussing Global Insights to Local Practice: Upcoming developments, refining documentation, billing & coding updates, and the latest Acupuncture malpractice trends
  • Dr. Thomas Kouo – Su Wen Herbs: Topic – in the works
  • Dr. Joseph Audette – American Acupuncture Council (AAC): Topic – in the works
  • plus the ASM Annual Meeting with news and updates

8 CEUs for the full day (4 Acu, 3 Ethic & Safety, 1 other)

ASM June AcuTalk
Wednesday June 19, 2024
12:30-2:30pm via Zoom

Su Wen Herbs (SWH) Pharmacology, Dosage and Herb Safety
With Dr. Anthony Booker
Sponsored by Su Wen Herbs

2 CEUs for the 2 hours for licensed acupuncturists

ASM July AcuTalk
Tuesday July 16, 2024
7:30-8:30pm via Zoom

Acupuncture Primer Effective and Proper Documentation including ICD11 Traditional Medicine Codes
With Brandon Hoffman and Sam Collins
Sponsored by the American Acupuncture Council (AAC)

1 CEU for the 1 hour for licensed acupuncturists

Members and non-members are welcome to attend all events.

ASM members get discounted pricing as a benefit of membership, so it is a great time to join or renew (see tips below)!

Please mark these events on your calendar now to keep these dates free. We’ll have more updates soon!

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