Ethics from the Chinese Medical Classics

By Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée

Elizabeth Rochat de la Vallee discusses about the 9 Ethics Principles and the NACCOM Code of Ethics.
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Total CPDs: 2
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Total CPDs: 2
NCCAOM (2), Standard Certificate (2)
Access Period: Lifetime
Course Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

Course Overview

The Ethics lecture on the “Patient-Practitioner Relationship from the Chinese Medical Classics” is perhaps considered one of the best talks on Chinese Medicine. It was first presented in 1990 at the Traditional Acupuncture Institute, Maryland, presented by Father Claude Larre and Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée. The subject of this lecture has now been included within the body of CTA’s Masters degree, as well as being offered annually to new generations of practitioners. As our profession evolves with the changing landscape of healthcare, this area of study and expertise remains a treasure house of clinical efficacy and healing potential. This course covers the components outlined in this lecture.

Course Objectives

  • Allows the practitioner to develop his or her art
  • Invigorates his or her thought
  • Raises his or her vision and conduct

Course Outline

0 hrs - 15 min
Introduction to the NCCAOM Code of Ethics. Lecture of all 9 NCCAOM Ethics principles listed the NCCAOM Code of Ethics Document. Introduction of the Huandi Neijing and the Sun Simiao - Qianjinfang referenced throughout the lecture to show how and where it is related to the NCCAOM 9 Ethic principle.
15 min - 30 min
Attitude of the great physician in reference to the Suwen 39. Explore references of Suwen 39 to illustrate NCCAOM Ethic principles number 1,2 and 4.
30 min - 45 min
Pathways to the physician's realization in reference to the Suwen 11 to illustrate NCCAOM Ethics principles number 6, 7 and 8.
45 min - 1 hrs
The effect on diagnostics and treatments in reference to the Lingshu 8 illustrates NCCAOM Ethics principles 2 and 5.
1 hrs - 1.25 hrs
Ethics and behavior and Sense of self cultivation in reference to the Suwen 54 illustrates NCCAOM Ethics principles 5 and 6.
1.25 hrs - 1.5 hrs
Heart to heart dynamics as root of Chinese Medicine in reference to the Lingshu 9 illustrates NCCAOM Ethics principles 7, 8 and 9.
1.5 hrs - 1.75 hrs
Explore the Sun Simiao's Qianjinfang Section one and two to Illustrate NCCAOM Ethics principle number 3. Summary of each reference listed in the lecture and how it relates to all 9 NCCAOM Ethics principles from the NCCAOM Code of Ethics document.
1.75 hrs - 2 hrs
Conclusion.
Elisabeth is such an inspiration with her considerable knowledge and clarity. It is a privilege to hear her.
Jane O. - Canada
Very profound and deeply enriching. I highly recommend to both novice and seasoned practitioners.
Madeline K. - United States

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Taught by Elisabeth Rochat de la Vallée

TCM academic and historian, Elisabeth Rochat has specialized in both medical and philosophical Classics in her 40+ years career. She co-authored 'A Survey of Chinese Medicine' and continues to teach about the Classics of TCM internationally.
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