And, now, for something completely different — a group that wants “to get as accurate a picture of the acupuncture profession as possible!”
That shouldn’t be noteworthy, but it is. While some have been telling us the good of the profession depends on keeping our experiences to ourselves, POCA Tech wants “to gather data about what acupuncturists are doing in their day to day practices and how this compares to acupuncture school curriculums” and is “interested in learning about how acupuncturists feel about the cost and value of their education.”
POCA writes —
“If you practice a style of acupuncture that you feel is unrecognized by the profession as a whole, we particularly want to document it.
If you feel successful in your practice, we want to hear from you; if you feel frustrated in your practice, we want to hear from you.
If you are no longer practicing, your information is equally valuable!”
Complete the survey, which takes about twenty minutes, and you’ll get a coupon for a free 3 CEU online class.
The more we know, the more we can improve. Please, twenty minutes of your time, and in return, help us plan for a better future, and get some CEU’s.
Here’s the survey!
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