Welcome to JCM-ondemand

We are thrilled to welcome you to the all new home of the Journal of Chinese Medicine's multimedia platform. Here you will find videos, courses and resources both free and paid for to further your education and learning. Consider us your one stop shop for all your multimedia needs.

 

The Journal of Chinese Medicine

The Journal of Chinese Medicine is the foremost English language journal on all aspects of Chinese medicine including acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, dietary medicine and Chinese medical history and philosophy.

To access the main websites for the JCM, click on the links below.

 

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JCM Free Library

Our free multimedia library is full of resources ready to be explored and downloaded

Moxa in Motion - Oran Kivity

Read about Oran's book and watch a him talk about the Ontake method here

#BaseCampForFertility

Ian Stones, a UK leading Fertility Expert is raising awareness and funds for male fertility issues. Find out more and donate here

Electroacupuncture Handbook -

Stephen Lee

Watch Stephen Lee talk about electroacupuncture and his book here

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eBook highlights of the month

These ebooks are our favourites this month! Please click on the links below to view more information

Moxa in Motion

Moxa in Motion presents a step-by-step guide to clinical practice utilising the Ontake Method. Easily integrated into any style of acupuncture, Shiatsu or Tuina, the Ontake Method will boost your results and build your practice. Oran Kivity is a veteran acupuncturist from the UK. 

See more here

Electro Acupuncture Handbook

Drawing on his 30 years' experience of using electroacupuncture Stephen Lee presents the treatment of a number of musculoskeletal conditions frequently seen in the clinic. This book contains a clear fully illustrated step by step guide to treating various conditions.

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Autism and Acupuncture

This book is for parents and practitioners. Parents will find a clear explanation of the many factors which contribute to autism, while the practitioner will find enough detail to enable effective support and treatment, together with an understanding of likely outcomes.

See more here

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