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Ms Jian Jiang

Ms Jian Jiang

August 7, 2010

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Title:

Brief Qual M.TCM (Gynaecology), B.TCM (China), Accredited Member of AACMA
Position Dean
Phone +61 2 9212 1968
Email jian@sitcm.edu.au
Postal Address PO Box K623, Haymarket 2000
Academic & Professional Qualifications:
  • Master of Medicine (Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine), Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine with a specialisation in Gynaecology, China Academy of TCM, Beijing, PR China,1991
  • Bachelor of Medicine (Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine), Hubei University of TCM, PR China, 1986
Teaching Experience:
  • 1999 – present: Associate Lecturer in TCM Gynaecology and Supervisor of interns in the SITCM clinic, Sydney Institute of TCM
  • 2005 – present: Lecturer in the Master of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture – Women’s Health in Chinese Medicine unit of study, UWS
  • 2005 – 2013: Supervisor in the UWS UniClinic
  • 1991 – 1999: Supervisor of interns and overseas students in TCM; Lecturer in Clinical Training for TCM Gynaecology for senior students, intern doctors and overseas students undertaking advanced studies in Gynaecology in Guang An Men Hospital, China Academy of TCM, Beijing, China.
Relevant Employment/Experience:
  • 2012 – present: Dean, SITCM
  • 2014 – present: Approved accreditation assessor, Chinese Medicine accreditation Committee (AHPRA)
  • 1999 – present: Practitioner at Jian Jiang Chinese Medicine Clinic
Professional and/or Honorary Memberships:
  • Member of AACMA (since 1999)·       Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner – Acupuncturist, Chinese Herbal Medicine Practitioner, and Chinese Herbal Dispenser   Registration Number: CMR0001729913
Publications: Books:
  • Jiang, J. (1996). Practical Clinical Manual for Treating Gynaecological diseases, andropathy and Venereal Diseases. Beijing: China Medicine and Science-Technology Publishing House.Jiang, J. (1996).
  • Interpretation to the “Synopsis of Prescription of the Golden Chamber” and its Clinical Application. Beijing: China Science-Technology Publishing House.
Journals
  • Yang, M., Liu, C., Jiang, J*., Zuo, G., Lin, X., Yamahara, J., Wang, J., & Li, Y. (2014). Ginger extract diminishes chronic fructose consumption-induced kidney injury through suppression of renal overexpression of proinflammatory cytokines in rats. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2014, 14:174   doi:10.1186/1472-6882-14-174Jiang, J. (2012).
  • Treatment of Threatened and Habitual Abortion by Blood Activation and Stasis Removal. Journal of Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine, (5), 14.Jiang, J. (2010).
  • Assisting IVF with TCM-case studies. Journal of Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese     Medicine, (3), 23.Jiang, J. (2008).
  • Using CHM & Acupuncture for assisting IVF. Journal of Sydney Institute of Traditional Chinese   Medicine, (1), 17.Jiang, J. & Li, G. R. (1997).
  • Studies on 41 Cases of Habitual and Threatened Abortion Treated by Methods of Promoting Blood Circulation and Removing Blood Stasis. Journal of TCM in English, 17(4), 34-39.Jiang, J. & Cai, Y. H.   (1997).
  • Clinical Observation of Kangfuliu Suppository to Treat 56 Cases of Vaginitis. China’s Naturopathy, (3), 12-14.
  • Cai, Y. H., & Jiang, J. (1997).
  • Clinical Observation on 76 Cases of Senile Vaginitis Treated by Chinese Herbs in both Internal and External Use. China’s Naturopathy, (5), 20-21. Jiang, J. N., & Jiang, J. (1997).
  • Clinical Observation on the Application of TCM Before and After Gynaecological Pelvic Operations. Chinese Surgeon Journal of Integrated Traditional and Western Medicine, (4), 24-26. Jiang, J. (1997).
  • Treatment Situation and Research Direction of Ovarian Cyst Treated by Chinese Medicine. Guangming Journal Traditional Chinese Medicine, (6), 30-33. Jiang, J. N., & Jiang, J. (1997).
  • Application of Umbilical Therapy in Gynaecological Clinic.   Chinese Journal of Information on Traditional Chinese Medicine, (7), 11-15.  Jiang, J.
  • (1996). Treatment Progress of Chronic Pelvic Inflammation. Chinese Almanac of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 209-212.Jiang, J. (1995).
  • Treatment and Experimental Research of Menopausal Syndrome. Chinese Almanac of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 179-182. Cai, Y. H., & Jiang, J. (1995).
  • Clinical Observation on 102 Cases of Pelvic Inflammation Treated by Enema with Chinese Medicine. Chinese Journal of Integrated Traditional and Western Medicine, 15(2), 25-26.Jiang, J. (1994).
  • Treatment and Experimental Research of Dysmenorrhea. Chinese Almanac of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 226-229.

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