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CCH with DTAM of Thailand Co-hosted Webinar on TCM Intervention on COVID Prevention

On August 19, Changhua Christian Hospital, Department of Chinese Medicine and Pharmacy in Ministry of Health and Welfare (MoHW), Taiwan and Institute of Thai Traditional Medicine, Department of Traditional and Alternative Medicine (DTAM), MoPH Thailand co-hosted the online seminar with the topic “Does Traditional and Alternative Medicine Work in COVID-19 Prevention?”.

In this seminar, we invited speakers Dr. Su Yi-Chang, Director of National Research Institute of Chinese Medicine, MoHW, Dr. Huang Sung-Yen, Director of Chinese Medicine Department, CCH, and Dr. Khwanchai Visithanon, Director of Institute of Thai Traditional Medicine, DTAM, MoPH to share the academic research and clinic practices in traditional medicine intervention on COVID-19 treatment and prevention, and find the opportunities and challenges of marketing the traditional Chinese medicine to ASEAN countries.

Dr. Khwanchai Visithanon, One of the Speakers

At the beginning of the seminar, Dr. Huang Yi-Tsau, Director of Department of Chinese Medicine and Pharmacy of MoHW, Dr. Tran Minh-Ngoc, Vice General Director, Administration of Traditional Medicine of Vietnam and Dr. Francis, the Head of Social Advocacy and Training of Philippines Institute for Traditional and Alternative Health Care (PITAHC) were invited to join and give opening remarks. After the presentation of three speakers, there are some reactors to feedback the presentations.

Dr. Huang Yi-Tsau. One of the Speakers

Mr. Multani, Chairman of Multani Pharmaceuticals Limited in India first to share the intervention of Ayurveda in coronavirus prevention, Senior researcher of Medical and Pharmaceutical Industry Technology and Development Center, Dr. Cheng Chinhwa, illustrated how to assist promoting the Chinese traditional medicine to ASEAN countries, and the challenges for the certificate application. Mr. Simon Wong, QA Manager of King To Nin Jiom Medicine MAF. presented their effective Chinese medicine products for COVID-19 prevention and the strategy on the marketing to ASEAN countries as well.

Mr. Multani sharing the intervention of Ayurveda in Coronavirus Prevention

Around 165 participants from medical industries, public and private health sectors including Thailand, Myanmar, Indonesia, Vietnam, India, Philippines, Papua New Guinea, and Malaysia joined the online seminar. There are near 240 participants join the FB live stream to view the seminar too. It successfully demonstrated the academic and clinical outcomes in the effectiveness of TCM on epidemic prevention and treatment in Taiwan. View the whole seminar please access to Youtube: https://youtu.be/udhV7O8O4-E

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