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    Investigation on major selection among undergraduates of TCM colleges and universities with corresponding strategies
    HU LI-wei, LUO Wei-ming
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2016, 35 (6): 48-51.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2016.06.198
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    Development trend of higher education requires that students’ subjectivity should be respected to increase degree of educational satisfaction. Selecting and learning in a satisfactory major will have direct influence on one’s whole life. Questionnaire survey and interview were conducted in 5 TCM colleges and universities to understand present situation and problems in college students’ major selection. Main influence factors and degree of satisfaction about major selection were analyzed. Zhejiang provincial conception of “educational selection” was used for reference to offer proposals from three aspects of the society, colleges and universities, and middle schools.
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    Reflection on problems, significance and measures for campus culture construction in new campus——A case study of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine
    BAI Jun-jie, JIAO Nan, WU Yu-feng, ZHANG Xiao-yong, CHEN Zi-jie, ZHAI Shuang-qing
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2016, 35 (6): 4-6.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2016.06.038
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    With rapid development of China’s higher education since 1990s, many universities have constructed their new campuses. This not only helps enlarge school-running space and scale, but also satisfy public need of higher education. However, the absence of campus maternal culture becomes a common problem among new campuses. Aiming at this phenomenon, this paper takes Beijing University of Chinese Medicine as an example to systematically analyze existing problems in new campus construction in order to emphasize the significance of campus maternal culture.
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    Preserving characteristics of Lingnan medicine and deepening international cooperation to promote higher education reform of TCM
    XU Neng-gui
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2016, 35 (5): 1-3.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2016.05.065
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    The most common problems existing in higher education of TCM are homogenization and localization. Aiming at requirement and tendency of modem education reform and development in higher education of TCM, the author summarized the teaching characteristics and effects of Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, and proposed new ideas of TCM talent training by “inheriting characteristics of Lingnan medicine and deepening international cooperation”, in order to deepen the reform of TCM higher education by using experience abroad for reference and “stressing study of classic and emphasizing clinical practice.”
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    Cultivating TCM graduate students’ executive force in scientific research
    LIU Qi, XING Wen-wen, DU Ping, ZHANG Cheng-shun, LV Peng, WU Qiao-feng, YIN Hai-yan, LU Sheng-feng, TANG Yong, YU Shu-guang
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2015, 34 (4): 39-41.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2015.04.484
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    Postgraduate students have become an important force of scientific research in colleges and universities. TCM graduate students are faced with many challenges such as insufficient modern biological technologies and scientific research platforms. Their team members are changing every year, so it is hard to form a research team that is of stable scientific research executive force. On the basis of many years experience, this paper tried to explore ways to train scientific research team that has stable executive force in colleges and universities. Cultivating team culture, stimulating initiatives, and forming motivation systems were discussed.
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    Education of Chinese Medicine    2014, 33 (6): 80-82.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2014.06.125
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    Unified TCM textbooks for higher education from the first to the fourth version
    LI You-bai, ZHU Liang, BU Da, SUN Sun
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2017, 36 (1): 74-76.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2017.01.241
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    This article introduces the background of compiling unified TCM textbooks for higher education from the 1st to 4th edition; briefly analyzes basic publishing information about the bibliography, publication date, word number, format and publisher; and summarizes the characteristics of each edition of uniform textbooks in respects of content, compiling style, textbook system and general feature. By introducing and exploring the above matters, the meaning of studies on early uniform textbooks to the construction of current uniform textbook is emphasized.
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    Practical exploration on textbook-teaching-network platform mode of reform
    ZHU Zhen, ZHANG Shi-qin, ZHOU Xue-ping, JIN Gui-lan, ZHAO Xin-hua
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2015, 34 (4): 30-32.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2015.04.610
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    With the increasing requirements from the society for modern medical students, colleges and universities are faced with big challenge to set higher standard on teaching TCM courses and cultivating students’ TCM clinical thinking ability. This paper took teaching TCM rheumatology as an example to conduct teaching reform from three parts: reforming textbook, applying case study teaching method, and making use of network platform. The purpose was to improve clinical course teaching quality through this comprehensive teaching reform.
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    Education of Chinese Medicine    2015, 34 (4): 75-77.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2015.04.140
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    Consideration on compiling the 13th Five-Year Plan Textbook of the Treatise on Febrile Diseases based on “two emphases” and “four combinations”
    LIU Min,WANG Qing-guo
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2015, 34 (5): 68-70.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2015.05.220
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    The textbook of Treatise on Febrile Diseases will be innovated and improved during the 13th Five-Year Period. The guiding principle for new textbook compilation will put equal emphasis to both inheritance and innovation, and knowledge transference and ability training. Conflicts between pre-clinic and clinic, ancient and modern concept, theory and practice, and universalization and individuation will be duly handled to form an organic combination. The revised parts will be embodied in the following: 1. Two chapters of medical school of the Han dynasty and classical prescriptions and their application will be added to the overview section; 2. Contents of modified classical prescriptions and their clinical application will be added; 3. Contents of latest modern research achievements will be added; Zhizichi Decoction syndrome, Baihu Jia Renshen Decoction syndrome and Zhuling Decoction syndrome will be moved from the heat syndrome section to the deteriorated case section. 5. Arrangement order of the Song dynasty text will be added to the appendix section.
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    On training of English majored talents in higher institutions of TCM
    CAO Jun, LI Jing, WU Qing, XU Fang
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2015, 34 (6): 29-32.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2015.06.372
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    This paper conducted an investigation of language practice status among English majored students in our university. From the questionnaire survey among senior students and the graduates, practice teaching and specialty building achievements were reviewed. Existing problems were dealt with. Consideration and discussion were given to optimizing course offering, adjusting teaching contents, and enhancing practice teaching management so as to provide reference for training English majored talents in higher institutions of TCM.
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    Education of Chinese Medicine    2015, 34 (5): 65-67.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2015.05.236
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    Education of Chinese Medicine    2015, 34 (5): 56-58.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2015.05.125
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    Application of student-centered flipped classroom in teaching pathophysiology course
    LIU Hui-ping, GU Xu-yu, ZHANG Guo-ming, Yu Rong, GE Jin-wen, HUANG Shan-shan
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2015, 34 (4): 33-35.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2015.04.605
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    Objective To discuss application and effect of flipped classroom in the teaching of pathophysiology and form new teaching thoughts. Methods Shock chapter of the textbook was selected. Teaching plan based on the flipped classroom mode was designed and complemented. Control experiment and questionnaire survey were conducted to compare students’ learning effects. Results The experiment group scored 82.48 while the control group scored 80.71 on average. In terms of excellent (scoring above 90) rate, the experiment group was 5.31% higher than the control group. The experiment group was 10.26% higher than and 15.39% lower than the control group in terms of the rates scoring between 80 and 89, and scoring below 80. Conclusion Application of flipped classroom in teaching pathophysiology can serve to improve students’ scores and stimulate their learning interest.
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    Investigation of effect of innovative entrepreneurship training activities onnurturing of students’ innovative entrepreneurial ability
    ZHANG Xiao-yong, FAN Lu, WANG Ying, GAO Peng, YIN Ran, LIU Dan-tong
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2015, 34 (4): 51-54.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2015.04.649
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    Objective To understand the effect of innovative entrepreneurship training activities on the nurturing of students’ innovative entrepreneurial ability, and to seek effective ways and methods. Methods Descriptive studies and T-test method were used. Results There was a difference (P<0.05) between the students who participated in the training activities and those who didn’t take part in such activities in all four aspects of metacognition factor, creative ability factor, psychological enduring capacity factor, and practical ability factor. Conclusion Innovative entrepreneurship training activities have certain function of improving students’ innovative entrepreneurial ability. Fundamental courses should be set up for innovative entrepreneurship training activities. Training process management should be strengthened. Entrepreneurial practice platform should be constructed. These methods can help cultivate students’ innovative entrepreneurial ability.
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    DOPS based effective feedback method for clinical noviciate of TCM internal medicine
    XIAO Yong-hua, REN Chuan-yun, WANG Shi-dong, SUN Hui-yi, ZHU Li, CHU Zhen-zhen, ZHAO Jin-xi
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2015, 34 (4): 66-69.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2015.04.462
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    Mastery of TCM four diagnostic methods and learning to write case report are two important contents of clinical noviciate of TCM internal medicine. But there are some difficulties in both teaching and learning aspects. This paper adopted DOPS based effective feedback method to conduct teaching reform. The teachers were required to observe students’ feedback of their mastery of the four diagnostic methods, and their interactive group assignments of case reports. It was found out that this method helped to improve students’ clinical comprehensive qualities, and obtain good effect in teaching practice.
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    Education of Chinese Medicine    2015, 34 (4): 73-74.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2015.04.603
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    Ritual connotation-based exploration on significance of teaching Zhang Zhongjing’s original preface
    ZHANG Tao, MA Ming-yue, ZHANG Guo-jun
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2016, 35 (1): 34-35.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2016.01.288
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    In the teaching of the Treatise on Febrile Diseases, the section of “Zhang Zhongjing’s original preface” is not only an introduction to the writer and background of the written time, but it also possesses vital teaching significance. Teaching activities are of certain ritual connotation and they are of more value for teaching of TCM classics. It is supposed to play a vital role to manifest ritual connotation of the original preface and to interpret its ritual significance so that teaching objective can be fulfilled and students’ confidence and determination can be built in learning TCM.
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    Education of Chinese Medicine    2015, 34 (4): 81-82.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2015.04.404
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    Education of Chinese Medicine    2015, 34 (5): 14-17.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2015.05.704
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    Study on reform and innovation of TCM talent training in the period of the new normal
    PAN Hua-feng,WANG Zheng,YAN Yan,LAI Qiu-hua,REN Jin-ling
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2015, 34 (5): 1-3.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2015.05.204
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    The new normal and new act to promote TCM higher educational reform is to adapt to the mode of innovation-driven intensive development. First, with the reform of the education system as the focal point, the new mechanism of education mode with four statuses and one system should be constructed relying on CEEUSRO. Secondly, the process of education reform should be taken as an important path, to achieve a recombination of course education relying on the market orientation and the occupation post demand. Thirdly, the output of education reform should be regarded as the standard to establish a new system of education quality evaluation depending on the paper and scientific research achievements.
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    Brief remarks on imagery thinking in teaching TCM diagnostics
    CHE Zhi-ying,YAO Tao,MA Jie,HE Lei,LI Feng
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2015, 34 (5): 26-28.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2015.05.155
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    Imagery thinking in TCM is not only a kind of continuation of visual thinking, but also inheritance of medical concept. This paper attempts to elaborate it on four aspects, which includes the origin and interpretation of imagery thinking, its embodiment in TCM culture and performance in TCM diagnostics, and our reflection on imagery thinking. The focus is on expounding imagery thinking as a typical performance of TCM thinking mode, and on how to get it run through the teaching of TCM diagnostics.
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    Education of Chinese Medicine    2015, 34 (5): 53-55.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2015.05.126
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    Classroom instructional design under guidance of scientific research thoughts ——Enlightenment from teaching design reform in Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
    ZHANG Bo-li, ZHOU Gui-tong, ZHANG Zhi-guo
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2016, 35 (3): 1-3.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2016.03.081
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    TCM classroom instructional design should be carried out under guidance of scientific research concepts. The design basis should be objective, and the process should be systematic. The design should conform to law of education and embody logicality and innovation of teaching. Well-designed classroom teaching is of great significance to improving classroom quality, increasing learning effect, and fulfilling student-centered educational concept.
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    Flipped classroom based “internet plus classroom” mode applied in teaching TCM internal medicine
    MENG Li-feng, YANG Duan-yun, SU Sheng-yong
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2017, 36 (1): 28-32.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2017.01.124
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    Internet information technology not only brings challenge to traditional medicine educational mode, but also leads to innovation in medical teaching and learning mode. Flipped classroom is a new teaching mode which is based on internet information technology to realize effective overturn of traditional medicine education. This paper introduces what the flipped classroom is, and investigates the problem and feasibility of its application in the teaching of TCM internal medicine. This mode is believed to have a bright future in TCM internal medicine teaching practice.
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    Research of employment effect of the new medical reform on medical students: A case study of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine
    ZHANG Yan-ling,ZHENG Shi-chao,JIANG Lu-di,ZHAO Na,DAI Sheng-yun,LIU Bing-lin,AI-Lu
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2015, 34 (5): 11-13.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2015.05.661
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    The full implementation of the new medical reform brings opportunities and challenges to the medical college students' employment. In order to analyze the influence of new medical reform policy on medical and pharmaceutical students' employment, the Internet questionnaire was implemented by the medical and pharmaceutical students of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. This research analyzed and discussed their employment intention under the influence of new medical reform to promote their employment status. Guidance was also provided by present study for their rational employment.
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    Relevant international standards as a supplement to bilingual textbook of acupuncture and moxibustion
    TIAN Kai-yu
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2015, 34 (6): 70-72.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2015.06.093
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    Bilingual education of acupuncture and moxibustion has been conducted in many TCM colleges and universities. It is necessary to ensure bilingual textbook construction paced with bilingual teaching of the course. WHO and ISO acupuncture and moxibustion related international standards should be introduced into the course book. Hence, relevant contents have been added in different chapters of introduction, meridians and acupoints, acupuncture techniques and acupuncture treatment in the bilingual textbook.
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    “Introduction of ‘Compendium of Acupuncture and Moxibustion’ ”: an innovation textbook in “13th Five-Year Plan” for higher TCM education
    Chen Bo, Chen Yilin, Wen Jingrong, Pan Xingfang, Li Zhongzheng, Guo Yi
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2018, 37 (4): 78-80.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2018.04.473
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    The background, characteristics and guiding thought of compiling “Introduction of ‘Compendium of Acupuncture and Moxibustion’ ” is introduced, including selecting carefully master copy for restore “Compendium of Acupuncture and Moxibustion”, revealing the research progresses by contemporary scholars based on collation, respecting compiling principles, and keeping original content but refactoring chapters. The compiling structure, chapter outline and reasons of chaptering are introduced. “Introduction of ‘Compendium of Acupuncture and Moxibustion’ ” stresses teaching guidance for students in aspects of reading, studying, understanding, thinking and applying, and protrudes the completion of theory, methods, acupoints and technique of acupuncture and moxibustion. At the same time of improving theory accomplishment, to strengthen training of clinical practical skills is emphasized.
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    Education of Chinese Medicine    2015, 34 (4): 46-47.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2015.04.494
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    Cultivating undergraduate clinical thinking ability through teaching herbal combination laws in TCM surgery
    LI Ting-bao, WANG Si-nong, ZHAO Dang-sheng, XING Xi-ping, PEI Wen-tao
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2015, 34 (4): 24-26.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2015.04.638
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    TCM surgery is an important and compulsory clinical course for undergraduate TCM majored students to enable them to command more TCM surgical knowledge, to improve teaching quality, and to cultivate their clinical thinking ability. This paper suggested that ancient and modern medical cases commonly seen in TCM surgery should be data-mined and analyzed, and that famous TCM doctors’ academic thoughts on herbal compatibility and diagnosis and treatment should be researched and integrated with classroom teaching to enrich and renew teaching contents.
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    Comparative study of experimental acupuncture textbooks
    LIU Yang-yang, ZHAO Xue, GUO Yi, WANG Xiu-yun
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2016, 35 (6): 70-74.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2016.06.186
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    This paper introduced the development process of experimental acupuncture textbooks, compared their content and written form, in order to find the advantages and defects of these textbooks in three aspects of developmental features, exploratory features and foundational features. It is hoped to provide a reference for future textbook writing.
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    Strengthening bilingual Chinese medicine courses teaching on the requirement of bilingual talents
    WANG Yan-ping, ZHAO Bai-xiao, MA Liang-xiao1, ZHU Wen-lian, QIN Li-xin, LI Xiao-fang, JIAO Qiang
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2015, 34 (4): 12-14.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2015.04.602
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    Chinese medicine majored bilingual talents are needed in many aspects of TCM international development such as formulating TCM international standards, spreading TCM diagnosing and treating principles and methods, cleaning up some one-sided understanding of Chinese medicine and acupuncture, etc. Thus it is necessary to strengthen bilingual Chinese medicine courses teaching in colleges and universities of TCM to cultivate inter-disciplinary talents with good background of TCM and foreign language.
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    Persisting in inheritance and innovation, promoting medicine-education coordination ——Reform and practice of TCM talent training in Beijing University of Chinese Medicine
    GU Xiao-hong, YAN Yong-hong, LIN Yan, GAO Ying, LIU Tong-hua
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2016, 35 (3): 7-11.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2016.03.621
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    Under the guidance of state instruction of promoting medicine-education coordination to deepen clinical medical talent training, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine has conducted a series of talent cultivation reforms by keeping to TCM development law and talent growth law, taking fostering high-quality practical TCM professionals as educational objective, persisting in talent training concept of integration of modern medical education and traditional inheritance education, emphasizing long length of medical schooling, and exploring medicine-education coordination of talent training system. Some good effects have been obtained in deepening medicine-education coordination for TCM talent cultivation reform.
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    Education of Chinese Medicine    2015, 34 (5): 59-61.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2015.05.269
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    Education of Chinese Medicine    2016, 35 (3): 78-80.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2016.03.522
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    Education of Chinese Medicine    2014, 33 (1): 84-85.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2014.01.280
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    New thought on education of ecological ethics with holistic view of integration of man and nature in universities of traditional Chinese medicine
    FANG Nan
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2014, 33 (5): 50-53.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2014.05.097
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    By analyzing ecological ethical thought in traditional Chinese medicine, this paper holds that reinforcing education of ecological ethics in TCM colleges and universities is of great significance in developing humanistic quality education, consolidating professional concepts, and training thinking mode typical of Chinese medicine as well. Meanwhile consideration is given to herb compatibility by following the principle of “monarch-minister-assistanassistant-guide” so as to carry out education of ecological ethics in reasonable way.
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    Education of Chinese Medicine    2014, 33 (6): 29-31.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2014.06.223
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    Application and effectiveness evaluation of training method of pulse-chart drawing in teaching of pulse diagnosis
    WANG Jing, QU Hong-da, DUAN Xin-fen, YU Jie-ying, XU Wen-xue
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2017, 36 (3): 17-20.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2017.03.406
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    The training method of pulse-chart drawing is a practical training method for assisting teaching, which is established according to the abstract and indigestible characteristics of pulse condition in teaching of pulse diagnosis. The teaching effectiveness was superior in test group to that in control group after compared between pulse-chart drawing combining conventional theory teaching and conventional theory teaching. This method can concretize pulse condition through strengthening psychological construction during the course of pulse diagnosis. Students can enhance their comprehension to pulse condition and get three-dimensional image through pulse-chart drawing. The teaching effectiveness has been improved.
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    Reflection on sorting out Huangdi’s Canon of Medicine textbooks in contemporary higher education of TCM
    ZHAI Shuang-qing, CHEN Zi-jie, WANG Hui-ru
    Education of Chinese Medicine    2016, 35 (2): 68-72.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-305X.2016.02.566
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    Based on a systematic study of the Huangdi’s Canon of Medicine textbooks in the development of contemporary higher education of traditional Chinese medicine, this article traces the source of writing textbooks on Huangdi’s Canon of Medicine and summarizes the course of writing textbooks since 1956, which can be divided into 3 parts, namely: basic period (1956-1960), exploring period (1960-1978) and developing period (since 1978). At the same time, this article gives a summary and reflection on these textbooks, which points out the importance of stressing relations and distinctions between textbooks of Huangdi’s Canon of Medicine and The Basic Theories of Chinese Medicine, and links the theory in Huangdi’s Canon of Medicine with clinical practice and Various Schools of Chinese Medicine when compiling and teaching textbooks. This article also emphasizes the importance of retaining the characteristics of traditional Chinese medicine when compiling textbooks. We truly hope this article can give some guidance and reference to people who compile textbooks on Huangdi’s Canon of Medicine.
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