About This Webinar
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) rapidly became a pandemic. The pandemic has had both physical and psychological impacts on the general public. Many people even developed psychosomatic symptoms and post-traumatic stress disorder. Chinese herbal medicine as well as acupuncture have been used to treat psychological disorders.
Agenda
  • Histological literature relevant to mental burdens such as panic, anxiety, depression, insomnia and post-traumatic disorder.
  • TCM for management of mental burdens induced by COVID-19.
  • Acupuncture for the management of mental burdens induced by COVID-19.
Presenters
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    Sun Ten Webinar Team
    We endeavor to become the market leader in the natural herbal supplement segment by producing the most innovative and responsible solutions that improve quality of life for mankind.

    For over 70 years, SUN TEN has remained committed to materializing the vision of Dr. Hon-yen Hsu. SUN TEN has grown into a pharmaceutical-grade manufacturing company with facilities and exports in more than 20 countries, including the United States, England, Germany, Canada, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, and Switzerland.
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    Dr. Hung-Rong Yen
    Dr. Hung-Rong Yen is a physician in China Medical University Hospital, and serves as the Director of Research Center for Chinese Herbal Medicine and Vice Dean of College of Chinese Medicine at China Medical University, Taiwan. He earned his M.D. degree with double major in Western and Chinese medicine in China Medical University, Taiwan. Afterward, he completed clinical training both in pediatrics and Chinese medicine in Chang Gung Children Hospital and Chang Gung Memorial Hospital. He also earned his Ph.D. degree in Chang Gung University, including a 3-year research fellowship in the Immunology Program, School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Hung-Rong Yen’s research interests majorly involve traditional Chinese medicine and immunology. Dr. Yen’s academic training and research experience have provided him with a background in multiple biomedical aspects. As a physician with dual clinical training in western medicine and Chinese medicine plus scientific training, he has become a leading advocate of the integration of Chinese medicine into conventional care and builds bridges between doctors of all backgrounds. He has published more than 80 papers in SCI journal. It is his hope that his training in clinical and basic science could be translated to a better understanding, treatment, and prevention of immunological diseases through approaches such as Chinese medicine. Dr. Yen is also a pioneer in innovative pedagogical practice in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) education. He is the leading expert in establishing the TCM-OSCE in Taiwan. He was invited to deliver TCM lectures or speeches worldwide. His bilingual lecture "Chinese Medicine Health Promotion Wisdom in Daily Life" is the first TCM-MOOCs course in China Medical University, Taiwan.
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    Dr. Ming Cheng Huang
    Dr. Ming-Cheng Huang is a traditional Chinese medicine practitioner and acupuncturist in China Medical University Hospital in Taiwan. Dr. Huang’s research interest involves the comprehensive understanding of the traditional Chinese medicine including acupuncture and application of the knowledge to the treatment of human diseases. His academic and clinical training have provided him a background in Chinese medicine and a comprehension of western medicine. To ameliorate effectiveness of treatment of illness, he involves himself in cancer, rheumatoid disorders, neurologic diseases, and musculoskeletal disorders and tries to integrate Chinese medicine and western medicine appropriately.
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    John Guszak