Dr. Mazin Al-Khafaji brings his postgraduate TCM diploma course series, Practical Dermatology with Chinese Medicine, to the OCOM campus beginning May 6, 2022. 

For many students, attending Mazin's course and mastering the material he teaches completes the missing link that changes their practice forever, and leads them to achieve dramatic and life-changing results for their patients.

Since its inception in 2005, the course has become internationally accredited, and an entire generation of doctors and herbal practitioners from all over the world have attained Mazin's Dermatology Diploma (see https://tcmdermatology.org). Many have done the classes twice, three, or even four times!

Skin disorders in their various forms are among the most common diseases suffered by mankind, accounting for no less than 20 percent of all visits to outpatient departments in the Western world.

Chinese medicine has a very significant role to play in treating the widest range of such conditions (particularly chronic disorders such as atopic eczema and psoriasis that prove so difficult to manage satisfactorily with biomedicine), and yet despite this fact, many people practicing Chinese medicine do not achieve optimal results in this field due to lack of specialist training and clinical experience.

Mazin's teaching reflects his lifetime work, and is firmly rooted in real-life clinical experience. It is a guide through the practical application of the treatment protocols that he has developed during his clinical work at Avicenna in Hove, UK. 

Chinese medicine, when applied correctly, can offer life changing and lasting results for patients.

Register for this course series via https://mazin-al-khafaji.com

*OCOM alumni, faculty and students were emailed information re: special offers on course registration for our community members.

Oregon College of Oriental Medicine COVID-19 Vaccination Requirements for Continuing Education Participants
For entry into a Continuing Education event (CE) held at Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM), participants, regardless of age, are required to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative PCR test result (taken within 72 hours prior to the start of the course) from a health care provider.
“Full COVID-19 vaccination” means the participant has received their final vaccination dose of either the two-dose regimen of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or one dose of Johnson & Johnson at least 14 days before the course commencement date. Participants must show their proof of vaccination and a photo ID (name must match documentation).
Proof of vaccination may be in physical printed form (original vaccine card or photocopy) or in digital form (photo or scan on your mobile device).
Negative test results within 72 hours of the commencement of the course must be from a test administered by a licensed health care facility, and can also be in either print or digital form. At-home tests are not accepted at this time.
Acceptable masks for those hosting or attending a CE event: KN 95, K95, or N 95.