The Symposium will benefit clinicians (Medical, Dental and Allied Health) keen to optimize their practice, hospital administrators and clinical staff seeking to improve health services delivery and optimize pain management. The Symposium will be invaluable for Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners, as the neurophysiological evidence for effective ear protocols will enhance their knowledge.
The 3 day Symposium is a wonderful opportunity to hear the latest research and to participate in workshops run by the best in their fields:
From GLEM, Dr. Raphael Nogier will present specialist approaches to Auriiculotherapy, Dr Chantal Vulliez will present skills and advances in Auriculotherapy in dental, facial, head and neck management. Dr Frank Bahr will be presenting both practical and interesting techniques from the German School of Auriculomedicine, Dr Richard Niemtzow will present battlefield acupuncture, Dr Terry Oleson will present the science of Auriculotherapy, Prof Steven Aung will discuss clinical applications and effective strategies, Prof Gerhard Litscher will present on high tech innovations in Auriculotherapy, Dr Marco Romoli and Dr Franca Deriu reveal Auriculotherapy’s biological evidence base and Prof Bai Xiao Zhao and his colleagues from PRC share their latest breakthroughs. Dr Jacques Chelly will be presenting his work on peri-operative pain management and auriculotherapy.
The Symposium format will include lectures and research presentations in the mornings and workshops in the afternoons. Take the time to visit our sponsors’ displays, test their products and support them! And don’t forget that Singapore is the gateway of South East Asia and an ideal location from which to explore the magnificent temples of Angkor Wat, experience Nonya culture and the magnificent cuisines of Malacca and Penang, see Bali, Phuket, Sabah, Sarawak, Hua Hin and Koh Samui and the boulevards of Hanoi.
The International Committee and I wish you a warm welcome and hope to see you in Singapore, 10-12th August, 2017!
Best Wishes, Im Quah-Smith
Novotel accommodation forms and booking instructions are on our website.
Eu Yan Sang International is creating herbal culinary delights for the Gala Dinner on 11th August at the Empress Hotel in the magnificent Asian Civilisations Museum by the banks of the Singapore River. Not to be missed! Register early for the Gala Dinner as seating is limited.
Im Quah-Smith MD, PhD
Steven Aung MD, PhD.
Symposium Vice President
Terry Oleson, PhD.
Symposium Vice President
Raphaël Nogier MD
Michel Marignan, MD. PhD.
Richard Niemtzow, MD. PhD.
Chair, Scientific Committee
This event will be held on Friday evening 11th August. Watch this space for more information! A wonderful opportunity to see Singapore by night.
There is limited accomodation made available at the Novotel Clarke Quay. Early reservations are highly recommended. Other accomodation in the area can be found by googling hotels Clarke Quay, Singapore. Please use the direct to Novotel Clarke Quay booking form and follow the instructions carefully.
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Nestled along the banks of the historical Singapore River, Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay offers a heady blend of history and hip – making it a great hotel in Clarke Quay Singapore.
Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay has a strategic riverside hotel location between the Central Business District (CBD), minutes away from the prime shopping area - Orchard Road and 20 minutes’ drive from Changi International Airport.
Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay has two MICE dedicated floors and boasts 1200 sqm of fully renovated conference space with eight state-of-the-art meeting or function rooms, including a pillar less Grand Ballroom which can host up to 600 delegates. Ideal for workshops, seminars or brainstorming sessions; the meeting rooms come with natural daylight and a large foyer for guest registration, coffee breaks or working lunches.
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