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Geriatrics of Traditional Chinese medicine


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About This Course

Geriatrics of TCM was approved as an excellent online open course of Sichuan Province in 2019. Most students in school studying it are majored in TCM or eight-year TCM. As an examination course with 36 hours, the course is divided into general and individual monographs. A total of eight chapters are used in general theories to systematically elaborate the basic theory, basic knowledge and basic skills of TCM in the prevention and treatment of senile disease. Besides, the mechanism, manifestation and comprehensive evaluation of senile disease are included in the eight chapters. Moreover, not only illustration and evaluation, but diagnosis and treatments from Chinese and Western medicine perspectives are demonstrated in general theories. The individual monographs are divided into nine chapters, illustrating 40 common diseases of the elderly, each of which is described by the corresponding name in modern medicine. Overview, pathology mechanism of western medicine, etiology and pathogenesis of TCM, the key diagnosis, treatment based on syndrome differentiation, western medicine treatment, comprehensive treatments, keys in clinic, prevention and care, famous medical cases and other parts are included in the nine chapters.

Course Staff

Fei Wang 

Professor Fei Wang has been engaged in clinic practice, teaching and scientific research for more than 30 years. He has successively served as deputy director of Internal Medicine in Hospital of Chengdu University of TCM, director of teaching and research office of internal medicine, deputy dean of College of Preclinical Medicine, and Dean of Academic Affairs of Chengdu University of TCM. Now he is entitled Expert With Outstanding Contributions To Sichuan Province, Academic & Technology Leader in Sichuan Province, and Academic Leader of “the 12th Five-Year plan” Key Discipline of TCM geriatrics in National Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He also serves as deputy chairman of Geriatrics Branch in the China Association of TCM, deputy chairman of the Special Committee for Geriatric Medicine of the Sichuan and the Special Committee of Chinese Internal Medicine. 
Since 1995, he has been teaching "Internal Medicine of TCM" for undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students. He has served as a doctoral advisor for 10 years, with over 40 masters and over 10 doctors graduated, and 1 postdoctoral fellow has finished research under his guidance. More than 20 graduate and more than 10 doctoral students are currently under his advisory. 
In 2017, he was entitled the chief editor of the "13th Five-Year Plan" textbook for TCM higher education of "Traditional Chinese Gerontology". In September 2017, he started the course of "gerontology of TCM" in the “Li Sichi class” and the targeted class of TCM in Chengdu university of TCM, and introduced the teaching reforms such as case-based teaching, Massive Open Online Courses(MOOC) and comprehensive subjects teaching, for which he won the first prize of teaching achievement of Sichuan province in 2018. The MOOC of gerontology of TCM was also launched in 2017, and successfully publicized in that December. Currently, the second teaching course of gerontology of TCM has been completed, with a total of 7,687 participants for the two courses. 
Professor Wang directed the major innovation of some Chinese medicine, like WUZHIDIWAN (Wuzhi dropping pills), GANDUQING, etc. He has 3 national invention patents and published more than 100 papers. What’s more, Professor Wang was editor-in-chief or deputy editor-in-chief of 14 textbooks and auxiliary teaching materials. He was also the Primary investigator of over 20 grants of National Natural Science Foundation and other provincial research programs, and has won 3 second and 3 third Provincial Prizes for Progress in Science and Technology.

WenBing Wu 

M.D., postdoctor, professor, is the deputy chief physician of TCM (Traditional Chinese medicine) and master advisor. He is the reserve candidate for the leader of the Geriatrics of TCM of the 12th Five-Year Key Discipline of the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine; He is also a member of the Standing Committee and Deputy Secretary-General of the Geriatrics Branch of the Chinese Society of Traditional Chinese Medicine and a member of the Internal Medicine Branch, a member of the Standing Committee of the Internal Medicine Youth Committee of the Chinese Society of Traditional Chinese Medicine, a director of the Brain Disease Branch of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine, and a deputy director of the Geriatric Medicine Special Committee of the Sichuan Chinese Medicine Association. Director of Sichuan Geriatrics Association. Hosted 10 provincial-level scientific research projects of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine, etc .; won 1 first prize of Sichuan Science and Technology Progress Award, 1 third prize of Guangyuan Science and Technology Progress Award, and 1 teaching achievement of Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine 1 prize. He has published more than 30 academic papers as the first or corresponding author, and has participated in editing more than 10 textbooks and teaching aids such as "TCM Gerontology". Trained 5 graduate students, assisted in training more than 10 graduate students, and 3 PhD students. Since 2010, the system has undertaken classroom teaching work such as "Chinese Medicine Gerontology", "Chinese Medicine Internal Medicine" and "Chinese Medicine Internal Medicine Training".

Bo Peng

doctor, associate chief physician,graduated from Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, heir to the famous senior Chinese medicine practitioners (sixth batch), member of the Chinese Medicine Research Promotion Association of Chinese Medicine General Practice and Health Branch, Sichuan Province Chinese Medicine Society of Pulmonary Diseases Member of the Special Committee, member of the Special Committee of Geriatrics of Sichuan Provincial Chinese Medicine Society. Teacher Yang Renxu, a state-level and well-known Chinese medicine doctor, has been engaged in medical, teaching and scientific research in internal medicine of Chinese medicine after graduating from school in 2006, and strives to achieve the "trinity of medicine, teaching and research" for comprehensive development. In the teaching work, he has been serving as the main lecturer of the core clinical course of Chinese medicine "Chinese medicine internal medicine". The teaching achievements are rich, and he has won 1 first prize in Sichuan teaching achievements, special prize, first prize, second prize in the school-level teaching achievement award. 1 each of the first prize; 1 scientific research project, as the chief researcher of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, presided over 1 provincial-level project, presided over and participated in 5 bureau-level research projects, and presided over and participated in more than 10 school-level research projects, open He has published more than 10 academic papers and won one third prize of Sichuan Science and Technology Progress Award and one second prize of Chengdu Science and Technology Progress Award.

 Yi Zhang

Yi Zhang, female, Ph.D., deputy chief physician, currently a member of the Chinese Medical Association Association of Experts in Integrated Emergency Medicine, and a director of the Emergency Medicine Branch of the Chinese National Medical Association, has published more than 10 papers in core journals in China, and has hosted or served as the main research. Participants participated in 5 scientific research projects. Comprehensive treatment of respiratory, digestive, metabolic and senile diseases with integrated Chinese and Western medicine. Chronic illness, weakened immunity, fever, cough, asthma, chest tightness, shortness of breath, gastrointestinal discomfort, abnormal bowel movements, abdominal pain, numbness of the limbs, edema, insomnia, sweat syndrome and internal injuries and other diseases. Conditioning of health, health and sub-health conditions under the guidance of TCM theory.

Jinhao Zeng

Jinhao Zeng, male, medical doctor, lecturer / attending physician. In 2016, he graduated from the First Clinical School of Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine with a doctorate of medicine. From 2015 to 2016, he went to the University of Maryland to study and exchange. He has consulted many national and provincial famous Chinese medicine doctors in Sichuan and Guangdong provinces, and is the leader of famous masters. He has integrated the ideas of traditional Chinese medicine and the treatment of clinical characteristics of Sichuan and Lingnan schools. In clinical work, he is good at treating cough, cirrhosis, myasthenia gravis, hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, gout, and malignant tumors. Gastrointestinal diseases, hepatobiliary diseases. Various skin diseases, such as acne, eczema, neurodermatitis, shingles, urticaria, and pruritus. Sub-health status, hyperlipidemia, hypertension, diabetes, cerebral infarction. In the teaching work, undertake teaching and scientific research work in the Department of Internal Medicine of Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. As a teacher of the Chinese medicine internal medicine course, he has won two second prizes in teaching achievements of Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and one first prize in the school-level micro-class competition. In the past five years of scientific research, he has hosted 1 National Natural Science Foundation, 1 project at the bureau level, 1 project at the school level, and 5 academic papers.

Xiaomei Chen

Xiaomei Chen, female, master's degree, deputy chief physician, graduated from the Chinese Medicine Department of the Clinical Medical College of Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and currently works in the Department of Geriatrics of the Hospital of Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine / Sichuan Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Member of the Special Committee of Geriatrics of Sichuan Traditional Chinese Medicine Society. Under the tutelage of Professor Liu Biqing, a famous Chinese medicine in Sichuan Province, he is clinically good at elderly health guidance, comprehensive management and treatment of various chronic basic diseases in middle and old age, especially good at gastrointestinal diseases, cough, chronic bronchitis in the elderly, and neoplastic Diagnosis and treatment of diseases, diagnosis and treatment of senile debilitating syndrome, insomnia, sweating syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrome and other related diseases. He served as a teacher of "Chinese Medicine Internal Medicine" of Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and hosted and participated in 1 school-level project.

Quan Hu

Quan Hu, male, graduated from Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine with a doctor of medicine and deputy director of Chinese medicine. Member of the Standing Committee of the Geriatrics Committee of the Sichuan Chinese-Western Society, Director of the Sichuan Provincial Geriatrics Society, and the target of training high-level talents for cadre health in Sichuan Province. Clinically, taking patients as the center, using traditional Chinese medicine constitution identification and syndrome differentiation to treat dizziness, chronic stomach disease, chronic diarrhea, chronic constipation, insufficient blood and blood, menopausal hot flashes, sweat syndrome, sub-health, chronic fatigue syndrome and other medical diseases; Integrated management and treatment of elderly diseases such as chronic bronchitis, emphysema, hypertension, coronary heart disease, heart failure, atherosclerosis, insufficient blood supply to the brain, cerebral infarction, and sequelae with integrated traditional and western medicine; "," Comprehensive assessment "concept guides the health care of different groups of people. In the past five years, he has presided over and participated in 3 provincial-level topics and 2 bureau-level topics. Published one related academic paper publicly.

Bin Li

Bin Li, male, doctor, associate professor, graduated from Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, majoring in internal medicine, and his research direction is basic and clinical research on the prevention and treatment of elderly diseases by traditional Chinese medicine. He is currently a member of the Youth Committee of the Internal Medicine Branch of the Chinese Academy of Chinese Medicine, a director of the Lung Disease Branch of the Chinese National Medical Association, and a member of the Chinese Medicine Special Committee of the Chengdu Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Mainly engaged in the teaching, clinical and scientific research of internal medicine of Chinese medicine, undertaking 2 provincial and ministerial-level projects, 3 department-level and college-level projects, and 1 school-level educational reform project. As a main researcher, he participated in many scientific research projects and published professional articles 10 The rest. He is good at using traditional Chinese medicine treatment theory to treat colds, cough, asthma syndrome, chest paralysis, stomach pain, headache, insomnia, forgetfulness, sweat syndrome and other medical diseases, as well as traditional Chinese medicine constitution recognition and sub-health condition.

Xueping Li

Xueping Li, female, master's degree, deputy chief physician, academic experience heir of the fifth batch of old Chinese medicine experts in Sichuan Council member, member of the Sichuan Geriatrics Society Critical Care Committee, responsible for 1 National Natural Science Foundation project, 2 provincial-level projects, 3 college-level projects, participating in 1 National Natural Science Foundation project, and editing medical works 2 parts. He is good at the diagnosis and treatment of integrated Chinese and Western medicine and health management of common cardiopulmonary diseases such as hypertension, coronary heart disease, heart failure, arrhythmia, cardiomyopathy, chronic bronchitis, emphysema, etc., and uses traditional Chinese medicine syndrome differentiation to treat dizziness, palpitations, insomnia, cold, cough, chronic Constipation and diarrhea and other medical diseases.

Xuehui Liu

Xuehui Liu, female, PhD, deputy chief physician, graduated from the Chinese Medicine Department of Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He is a member of the Chengdu Society of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Gerontology. He has published more than ten papers and participated in editing one book. He has participated in 7 national and provincial scientific research projects. Good at TCM treatment of bad breath, constipation, insomnia, sweating abnormalities and other TCM diseases and diabetes and its complications, coronary heart disease, hypertension, cerebral infarction, chronic bronchitis, chronic gastritis, hyperlipidemia, osteoporosis, gout , Obesity, bone and joint degenerative diseases and other common senile diseases diagnosis and treatment of integrated traditional Chinese and Western medicine.

 Han Yang

Han Yang is a doctor of Chinese medicine and associate professor. Graduated from the Department of Clinical Medicine of Gansu College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2007 with a bachelor's degree in medicine Ph.D. Member of the Pulmonary Disease Branch of the Chinese Medicine Association of China, director of the Pulmonary Disease Branch of the Chinese National Medical Society; member and secretary of the Pulmonary Disease Committee of the Sichuan Provincial Chinese Medicine Society, and member and secretary of the Geriatrics Committee of the Sichuan Traditional Chinese Medicine Society Won the third prize of the third "Chinese Medicine Society Cup" National Higher Education College Young Teachers' Teaching Basic Skills Competition; 2017 Second Prize of Undergraduate Teaching Quality of Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine; Excellent paper award of the academic annual meeting of the Research Association. In the past five years, he has published more than 20 academic papers, including 6 Chinese heart journals, undertook 1 National Natural Science Foundation of China, 1 project at the department level, and 3 projects at the school level. Participated in more than 10 national and department-level scientific research projects, participated in the compilation of many clinical guidance books and teaching materials for integrated traditional 

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