TSTCM is at the fore front of TCMA education in Canada
As a leading institution, TSTCM is at the forefront of TCMA education in Ontario. In order to ensure the quality of education and the qualification of our graduates, especially to meet the requirements for the upcoming regulation of the profession in Ontario, TSTCM is currently improving its curriculum and programs according to the drafted Regulations of the Transitional Council College of TCM Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario (TC-CTCMPAO), the Entry-Level Occupational Competencies for Acupuncturists and TCM Practitioners of the Canadian Alliance of Regulatory Bodies (CARB), the standards of educational requirements and the examination study guides of the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) in the United States.
TSTCM programs have received recognition and appraisal by various government officials, and have played important part in the recognition of the profession. TSTCM lives up to the time honoured standards of the past, while meeting the responsibilities of today and tomorrow. TSTCM graduates have been recognized and eligible for professional certification, able to pass stringent and challenging competency examinations, and establish successful and rewarding practices in many jurisdictions in North America.
President Mary Xiumei Wu has been instrumental in the process for the regulation and recognition of the TCMA profession
President Mary Wu has been instrumental and made significant contributions to the passage of the TCM legislation, the proper regulation and recognition of the profession in Ontario since 1995. Her vision, passion, dedication and leadership for the promotion of TCM as a formal health care profession and medical science in Canada have been widely recognized by the governments and health care professionals. Her expertise in clinical practice, research and education are highly regarded by the general public and the academics.