Continuing Acupuncture Education (Online)



Saturday, June 20, 2020 @ 8 PM – 10 PM (Houston time)

Increase Immunity, Prevent And Treat Febrile Diseases

Prof. Boli Zhang


This course will be presented in Mandarin Chinese and translated to English by a translator.

This course will discuss ways to increase immunity and prevent and treat febrile diseases. The course will analyze the pathological progression of respiratory viral infections, the symptoms associated with diseases, and the treatment of mild and severe. The prevention of pathological progression, the use of five formulas, and treatment and recovery will be thoroughly explained. Finally, the use of herbal remedies and scientific research related to viruses will be analyzed. Strategies to Increase Immunity for the Prevention, Treatment of Mild Symptoms and Preventing Pathological Progression, Five Formulas Applied to Severe Patients for Treatment and Recovery will be discussed.

Professor Boli Zhang is currently President of the China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, President of the Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and of the Chinese Academy of Engineering. He is the academic leader of a national key discipline- Internal Medicine of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). He is the Vice-President of the Chinese Medical Association and Vice-President of the China Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He is the chairman of the Educational Committee of World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies, chairman of the TCM Education Steering Committee of Ministry of Education.  He is also the editor in chief and the editorial board member of more than 20 different periodicals. Prof. Zhang has undertaken more than 40 national level research projects, won 7 national science and technology awards, more than 20 prizes of provincial and ministerial scientific and technological awards. He has published more than 200 monographs. He has supervised more than 160 post-doctoral and master students.


This 2-hour course is $40.  State of Texas approved 1.2 general studies and 1.2 herbology hours.  NCCAOM pending.

ACAOM students and faculty refer to Populi CL005 for registration details.