Chinese Medicine Board of Australia - Melbourne practitioner forum
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Melbourne practitioner forum

02 Mar 2020

The Chinese Medicine Board of Australia (the Board) invites practitioners, students and stakeholders of Chinese medicine to attend an information forum being held at Citadines on Bourke Melbourne on Monday 23 March 2020.

The National Registration and Accreditation Scheme for Chinese medicine practitioner registration has been in operation for over six years. The Board is conducting several  forums to engage more directly with the profession. This has been identified as a strategic priority for the Board.

The Board would like to invite you to this forum to discuss regulation and encourage the integration of registration standards, codes and guidelines into Chinese medicine practice. Please register your attendance to this free event as places are limited to 120.

Topics at the forum will include:

  • an update from the Board
  • an update on policy issues in Chinese medicine
  • notifications trends in Chinese medicine

Plus, we will have time for questions and discussion followed by light refreshments.

Date Monday 23 March 2020
Time 6:00 pm to 7.30 pm 
There will be a Board presentation and time for questions and discussion, as well as light refreshments from 5:30 pm.
Venue Citadines on Bourke Melbourne
131–135 Bourke Street, Melbourne 
Parking and transport options

Train station: Parliament (5 minutes walk)
Tram stops: Bourke Street (at doorstep).
Parking: There is limited car parking on site – entry at 128 Little Collins Street.

alternatively, Southern Cross Secure Carpark – Entry at 129 Bourke Street.
There is also Parkade Carpark – entry at 34-60 Little Collins Street or 55 Bourke Street 
RSVP No later than 18 March 2020 (first-in-first-served basis). 
Please register your attendance at 
Melbourne Forum


Venue details:
Citadines on Bourke Melbourne
131-135 Bourke Street, Melbourne

Citadines on Bourke Melbourne


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