You will be applying what you have learned through developing and submitting 10 patient case studies.
Your instructor will provide case supervision and review of your posted cases for specific feedback. Case supervision includes use of the CIAM case database, as well as email discussions with your instructor to review your case — with the possibility for occasional small group Q&A sessions.
The database is searchable and allows participants to research the entire database of student case reports. Case supervision includes email discussions with your instructor for case review, and the possibility for occasional small group Q&A sessions.
Dates: Register and begin anytime
Access: Course access is available for a period of 16 weeks after registration
Course Type: Online with instructor support
Pre-Requisite: "Level I: Enhanced Auricular Assessment and Treatment"
CEUs/PDAs: Approved by NCCAOM for 16 CEUs/PDAs
Provided: Link and a key to enter Moodle platform where you will have access to the clinical practicum case studies data base. Here, you can upload cases and view the case work of fellow students. You will have instructor support and case supervision via email. With positive review of your completed practicum, you will earn Level I CIAM Certification
Required Materials: Computer with high-speed internet access and applicable Java, QuickTime and Adobe software
Lisa Weleschuk, TCMD is a CIAM teacher trained instructor of German Auricular Medicine. Her practice, which is Auricular Medicine-based, as well as her clinical practicum case work with CIAM, offers years of deep clinical insight to support your case work.