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Dr Harry Xie

Dr Harry Xie

Clinic Supervisors | HE Academic Staff

Title:

Brief Qual M.Herb.Med.(Sydney), B.TCM (Guangzhou), Dip. TCMRM, Accredited Member of AACMA
Position Senior Lecturer in Chinese Herbal Medicine, Internal Medicine and External Medicine, Clinical Supervisor
Phone +61 2 9212 1968
Email harry.xie@sitcm.edu.au
Postal Address PO Box K623, Haymarket 2000
Academic & Professional Qualifications:
  • PhD of Medicine, majoring in Clinical Integrative Medicine, Fujian University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China, 2013.
  • Master of Herbal Medicine, University of Sydney, 2005.
  • Bachelor of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China, 1983.
  • Diploma of TCM Remedial Massage, Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2008
  • Diploma of Remedial Massage, The Premier College, 2011
  • Certificate IV in Assessment and Workplace Training, Australian School of Business and Technology
Teaching Experience:
  • 1992 – present: Senior lecturer in Chinese Herbs, Chinese Herbal Formulas, Internal Medicine, External Medicine, TCM Diagnosis, Theoretical Frameworks of TCM, Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Relevant Employment/Experience:
  • 1992 – Present: Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Lecturer & Clinical Supervisor.
  • 1993 – Present: Harry’s Clinic of Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture, TCM Practitioner·
  • 1983 – 1989: Guangzhou Municipal Hospital of TCM, China Practice of TCM, Providing TCM treatment for patients
Professional and/or Honorary Memberships:
  • Member of NSW Association of Chinese Medicine, (Since 1992)
  • Member of Federation of Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture Societies of Australia (FCMA), (Since 1996)
  • Member of Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association (AACMA), (Since 1994)·
  • Member of Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS), (Since 1994)
Publications: Books:
Journals Xie. M.X. (2013). Progression on TCM Treatment for Diabetes Mellitus. Australian Journal of Chinese Medicine, (5), 9.Xie. M.X. (2013). Progression on Acupuncture and Tui-Na Treatment for Chronic Lumbar Muscle Strain. Australian Journal of Chinese Medicine, (5), 37.Xie. H. (2011). Chinese Herbal Medicine for the treatment of Chronic Colitis Journal of Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine, (8), 26.

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