About us

What we do

Our Purpose The main purpose of FTCMP is to promote and strengthen industry self-discipline and self-management in the Chinese medicine industry in the UK, provide academic and clinical exchanges for traditional Chinese medicine practitioners, including Chinese medicine and acupuncture, traditional Chinese medicine, and cupping and cupping therapy, and implement continuing professional education in Chinese medicine. […]

FTCMP Chair

Prof. Ma Boying, Ph.D., FTCMP Chair The Federation of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners (FTCMP) was established in 2002 to help raise the banner of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It’s purpose is to compete for the independent registration of Chinese physicians and to promote the very best of Chinese medical treatment. We have a responsibility to provide […]

Our professional codes

The Association is committed to achieving a highly responsible attitude towards patients, so that patients can receive the highest standards of Chinese medicine practice in the treatment. Our FTCMP has strict requirements for membership. Members accept the strict standards of professional conduct and ethical standards that FTCMP is bound to enforce. If a member violates […]

FTCMP Council

The members of the Council are elected by the general assembly for a term of two years. The FTCMP Council members can be re-elected upon election by general assembly. The resolution of the Council was passed by a simple majority. Each member holds one vote. The Council may formulate rules of procedure, financial rules, and […]

Join us

Welcome to join us   🙂 FTCMP membership requirements: 1) Recognise the purpose of FTCMP, accept and agree to follow the constitutional regulations of FTCMP and related regulations. 2) 3600 school hours or more at a Chinese medicine education institution recognized by FTCMP Education Board for Education Committee; or 3 years or more of full-time education, […]

CPD

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is a commitment by members to continually update their skills and knowledge in order to remain professionally competent. In 2003, the World Federation of Medical Education (WFME) officially renamed Continuing Medical Education (CME) as the Continuing Professional Development (CPD). Continuing Professional Education (CPD) must provide professional and practical learning opportunities for […]