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American Society of Acupuncturists 2024 Live In-Person Conference

American Society of Acupuncturists 2024 Live In-Person Conference

Conference: April 6-7, 2024 Crystal Gateway Marriott, Arlington, VA (View Live Conference Schedule) Advocacy Day, in partnership with the NCCAOM April 8, 2024, Capitol Hill, Washington, DC Pre-Conference On-Demand Webinar Series starting March 22, 2024 (with 2-week...

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3/8/2023 Advocacy Webinar Recording.  Please view!

3/8/2023 Advocacy Webinar Recording. Please view!

Watch the Video Now In this video, Nell Smircina, ASA Vice Chair Public Policy and Jennifer Broadwell, ASA Advocacy Chair discuss: Why NOW is the time we must show up and tell our story to our Federal Representatives featuring: How to best prepare to be an effective...

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Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine Day 2021

Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine Day 2021

Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine Day is almost here! Our annual celebration on October 24 will be here soon. It is the day that we recount our profession’s strides towards breaking barriers and the treatment of underserved communities. This year’s...

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ASA 2021 Virtual Conference: We Are Stronger Together!

ASA 2021 Virtual Conference: We Are Stronger Together!

Registration is Now Closed!If you didn't receive an email with instructions to access this conference from ASA after registration, please double check your Promotion or Junk/Spam folder, if still not there, please email asap. Thank you!>>...

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ASA 2021 Virtual Conference: We Are Stronger Together!

The ASA and the NCCAOM Support the Acupuncture for Our Seniors Act H.R. 4803 would increase access to acupuncturists for Medicare beneficiaries, provide more non-pharmacological options for pain relief, and promote the profession’s growth. Washington, D.C., July...

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