It was a pleasure being with you in China and I thoroughly appreciated your
care and attention. You were always so helpful and concerned, as was of
course Dr. Wang and Gary……….
should keep in touch, as we are all willing to help you plan your next
program. I thought that our group mixed together really well and we all
seemed to have a great time.
“It was a
very special experience to go to China and I think that it will not be too
long before I try and go again.”
Moulding (GP, Canberra)
“Hi Nelie, Thank you so
much for all your hard work and caring thoughtfulness -it made our trip so
exciting and stimulating without all the language barriers, which would have
been impossible without you and Gary. Dr Wang was wonderful and please thank
him sincerely again for all his care and thoughtfulness……….
“It was a great way
for me to revise before doing the AMAC exam next year!!
“It was a truly
memorable trip. Everyone here was very interested to hear of my adventures -
especially my patients who have lined up for acupuncture this week. I am
treating with more confidence of points and needles insertion. …………
am still enjoying telling all who will listen about the China trip - makes
me want to go again but not sure when I can get away.”
Vivienne Taylor (GP, member of AMAC, NOOSA HEADS, QLD )
am Jay Ruthnam from NSW, Australia, a practising GP with over 30 years
clinical experience. I held a staff specialist position as director of
emergency and currently I am also a senior lecturer at the university of
October 2004, I spent two weeks in the first and second TCM teaching
hospitals in Tianjin organised by Aus-China International Health
Interchange. This experience not only reinforced my belief that patients
benefit from a combination approach in therapies, but also encapsulated the
study of TCM and acupuncture unparalleled.
medicine still leaves significant number of patients with poor quality of
life or they are unrelieved of symptoms. With acupuncture I offer more than
orthodox medicine, and going to Tianjin certainly gives the confidence to
practice effectively after you see experts at their work. They share their
knowledge and skills willingly.
came in with less knowledge and certainly left with more. In addition, the
sightseeing and sampling cultural food made the trip more exciting. Hence
this trip was certainly worth, the time, effort and money spent. It is an
experience I will store in my bank of pleasant memories forever.”
Dr. Jay Ruthnam (GP, Coffs