2nd International Symposium for Japanese Kampo Medicine: London

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The second international symposium on Kampo Medicine will be held in London in April 2013.
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Location: Asia House, 63 New Cavendish Street, London W1G 7LP
Access: Underground Stations Oxford Circus, Regents Park and Great Portland Street
Symposium fee: £70.00 (including catering fee)
More information: http://www.isjkm.com/conferences/

 

Opening Remarks

Timon Screech
SOAS University of London, UK

Alice Fraser
Cavendish Health Centre, London, UK

 

Presenters

The Unique Features of Japanese Kampo Medicine
Heidrun Reissenweber-Hewel
Clinic for Japanese Medicine and Competence Centre for Complementary Medicine, Tech. Univ. of Munich, Germany

Historical and Anthropological Views on Kampo Medicine
Gretchen de Soriano
University College London, UK

The ‘Matching Theory of Hō and Shō’: A Characteristic of Traditional Japanese Kampo Medicine
Toshihiko Hanawa
Kitasato University, Tokyo, Japan

Migraines and their Relief in a London NHS Surgery: Constructing and Interpreting an Illness Narrative with the Tools of Medical Anthropology
Gretchen De Soriano, Xing Wang
University College London, UK

Action Research; the Method and Results of the University of Westminster Menopause Study
Ann Bradford
University of Westminster, London UK

How Can Kampo Satisfy the Request of Cancer Patients who Object to Conventional Radiation Therapy?
Takeshi Sakiyama
Ishikawa Clinic, Tokyo, Japan

Japanese Kampo Medicine in the Treatment of Gastrointestinal Tumors and their Biomarkers
Silke Cameron
Göttingen University, Germany

Usefulness of Maoto in an Influenza Season where Reduced Effectiveness of Oseltamivir was Observed – a Clinical Study in Children
Yoshitaka Toriumi, Tsutomu Kamei
Ohmura Hospital, Chiba, Japan

A Cross-Sectional Study Evaluating the Relationship between Kampo Findings and Disease Status
Hiroshi Odaguchi
Kitasato University, Tokyo, Japan

Data Mining Analysis as an Individualized Clinical Evidence of Kampo Medicine
Tetsuhiro Yoshino
Keio University, Tokyo, Japan

Characteristics of Patients Treated with Saiko (Bupleurum) Formulas
Yuko Horiba
Keio University, Tokyo, Japan

Kampo Classification in ICD-11
Kenji Watanabe
Japan Society for Oriental Medicine, Tokyo, Japan

Case Report Writing: A New Competency for the Internationalization of Kampo
Gregory A. Plotnikoff
Penny George Institute for Health and Healing, Minneapolis, USA

Kampo UK Project for the Scholar: Interfacing for Academics and Professionals
Takuya Furukawa
UK Kampo Association, London, UK

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