Using Chinese Herbal Medicine to help Prevent, Treat and Recover from Covid-19 | Building the Jade Screen
Andrew Flower PhD
Saturday, Feb 27th, 2021
(3hrs via Zoom)
Covid-19 is a very strange disease and the chronic presentations are varied, complex, and often difficult to treat. In this seminar Andrew Flower will discuss how to help prevent, treat and help patients recover from Covid-19 using Chinese herbal medicine.
Andrew Flower has been practising acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine (CHM) since 1992. He is a past President of the UK Register of Chinese Herbal Medicine and has advised the European Herbal Traditional Practitioners Association on developing research strategies in Europe. In 2009 Andrew completed his PhD at The University of Southampton exploring the role of Chinese herbal medicine in the treatment of endometriosis.
He has published a number of peer-reviewed papers relating to Chinese medicine research, including two Cochrane systematic reviews. He co-ordinated an EU project that prepared guidelines to improve the quality of clinical trials into Chinese medicine. In 2011 he was awarded a 5 year NIHR Post doctoral Fellowship to investigate Chinese herbs for the treatment of recurrent urinary tract infections (RUTIs) that has resulted in the RUTI trial that started recruiting in Feb 2016.
He has a special interest in providing supportive treatment for people with cancer. He is a founder member of the White Crane Academy of CHM and is passionate about the therapeutic potential of herbal medicines…and the importance of rigorous training to ensure this potential is realised.
3 CPD points
The cost for this event is €40.00 for non-members. Please pay here if you wish to register and access details will be sent to you via email.
Please note: The workshop will be recorded and made available for those who register but cannot make it on the day.