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Chinese Medicine and Health Journal

(ISSN 1447-3321)—An official Journal of CMASA

Chinese Medicine and Health Journal (ISSN 1447-3321) is edited, published and issued by CMASA.
First established in the year of 2000, Chinese Medicine and Health Journal was a joint issue of Australian TCM Journal and Chinese Medicine & Health, and it was also the official CMASA journal.

In the initial stage of originating this journal, the two publications were published separately. Australian TCM Journal is mainly focused on academic exchange and further education among TCM practitioners. It was both a classroom for learning experiences and a showroom to a fruitful success of pathways to encounter practical difficulties and problems. What’s more, it can be referred to as a case study instruction book to work out clinical resolving approaches; it functions as a platform for readers to communicate and exchange ideas through words. The journal brings our members together with a strong cohesive force, and has always been a welcomed and recommended reading for the mind both inside and outside the professional circle.

Chinese Medicine and Health is designed for the public and to the society. Among consumers, it marks a contribution to the mind. It distributes information on Chinese medicine and acupuncture to consumers and the public readers from various ethnic backgrounds who are interested in or currently receiving TCM services. What’s more, reality life mentoring and professional advices are provided through the TCM articles published in the journal for patients to fight against disease, prevent disease, stay healthy, and enjoy long life. It brings TCM much more closer to the public, delivering TCM services to thousands of households and not only superficially but to enable the public learn more about TCM, and therefore bringing positive social effects. All the advices and instructions given include helping preparing soup, keeping a balanced diet plan, providing safety guidance on how to use patented traditional Chinese herbal health products and single Chinese crude herbs which are very popular among patients. Furthermore, the life handbook during recovering and convalescent periods is also very much welcomed.

There are also columns in the journal aimed to promote ancient herbalist care of its extraordinary curative effect. And through such promotions of TCM culture, the western society understands more about the Chinese culture and civilization, and therefore ethnic harmony and multiculturalism are
advanced, better understandings to other races are delivered, further enhancing a more harmonious yet multicultural society come into being. Many successful great practices therefore are gained to pave for the grand promotion afterwards.

Chinese Medicine and Health Journal is published in five continents including nations like US, China, Japan, Malaysia, Russia, and South Africa, where our distribution agents can be found in every one of them. This makes them the leading troops to promote TCM to the world.

In addition to publication of original articles, Chinese Medicine and Health Journal also provides reports on various academic activities of CMASA. This has certainly show cased how TCM professionals serve Australian societies in reality and this is also the most memorable and unforgettable chapter that records CMASA’s development and progress. CMASA journals were initially funded by some of its key council members voluntarily, and gradually, a highly efficient team of writers and reporters came into force behind the journals. This impressive team has accumulated rich experiences through classic TCM case studies, TCM difficulties resolutions, and trainings for young TCM practitioners, etc, making remarkable accomplishments in their roles as solid bridges among members. So that the members can better practice TCM, acupuncture, and serve the Australian society, contributing duly to the expansion and development of CMASA in Australia.

Now the Chinese Medicine and Health Journal will be a combination of all the journals published before, making itself an up-to-date and inseparable part in our members’ lives. We also aim to make it a good and helpful friend to TCM consumers, so that protection and guidance can be provided.

 

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