AOM

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AcronymDefinition
AOMAssociate-O-Matic (software)
AOMAcademy of Management
AOMAcute Otitis Media (middle ear infection)
AOMAnnals of Mathematics (publication)
AOMAge of Mythology (Ensemble Studios game)
AOMAward of Merit (various organizations)
AOMAcupuncture and Oriental Medicine
AOMArtist of the Month
AOMAlliance for Open Media (consortium)
AOMAlarm Output Module
AOMAdaptive Optics Module
AOMAnalog Output Module
AOMAdobe Online Manager
AOMAdd on Manager
AOMAccurate Office Manager
AOMAnswer Only Modem
AOMAdvanced Options Menu
AOMAdvanced Order Management
AOMAdd One to Memory
AOMAngels of Mercy (gaming clan)
AOMArt of Movement (dance group)
AOMArchives of Maryland
AOMAmerica on the Move (see also AOMF)
AOMAcousto-Optic Modulator
AOMAssistant Office Manager
AOMAffidavit of Merit (various locations)
AOMAviation Ordnanceman (US Navy)
AOMAdd on Module
AOMAircraft Operating Manual
AOMAssociation of Ontario Midwives
AOMActive Oxygen Method
AOMAspect-Oriented Modeling (Workshop)
AOMAllover Media (Whitman, MA)
AOMAge of Majority
AOMAircraft Operations Maintenance
AOMAdd-Ons Manager (Mozilla Firefox Browser software)
AOMAnnual Organizational Meeting (various organizations)
AOMApplication Object Model
AOMAssistant Operations Manager
AOMAssociate Operations Manager (various companies)
AOMAngular Overlap Model
AOMAustralian Options Market (finance)
AOMAngel of Music (Phantom of the Opera)
AOMArea Operations Manager
AOMAircraft Operations Manual
AOMAny Other Matter (agenda)
AOMAerodrome Operating Minima
AOMArmy of Occupation Medal
AOMActive Operations Management (management methodology)
AOMArmy of Mizfitz (band)
AOMAll Officer Meeting
AOMApplication Operations Manager (various locations)
AOMArthroophthalmopathy, Hereditary Progressive
AOMAutomation Object Model (Quicktest Pro)
AOMAlphabet of Manliness (Maddox book)
AOMAngry Old Man
AOMApplication OSI Management (ITU-T M 3000)
AOMAssignment of Mortgage
AOMAura One Movement (environmental and social justice advocacy)
AOMAssociation des Officiers de la Marine (French: Association of Naval Officers)
AOMAnnual Operating and Maintenance
AOMAssociation of Minemen
AOMAfter Operations Maintenance
AOMAccounting Operations Manager
AOMAlignment Object Map
AOMAdaptive Orthogonal Modulation
AOMAcoustic-Opto Modulator
AOMAircraft On Mechanical
AOMAttack Operations Model
AOMMaster of Obstetric Art
AOMAnglers Outpost and Marine (Nicholasville, KY)
AOMMission Operational Availability
AOMAir Over Motor (duty rating of a fan motor)
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Wai Tak Cheung (former president of the Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Society of Oregon) chronicled the brief history of acupuncture legalization in Oregon in his speech delivered on July 23, 1994, highlighting several pioneering Chinese acupuncturists who established the first acupuncture clinic in Oregon, including Dr.
In British Columbia, Thompson River University (Kamloops) recognizes the academic credits earned at Canadian College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (Victoria) toward their Bachelor of Health Science degree.
This conference aims to review the progress in acupuncture and Oriental medicine (AOM) research over the past 10 years; evaluate current challenges and chart a road map for the next decade; provide an international forum for AOM scientists, practitioners and policy makers to stimulate collaborations world-wide; and provide an educational track for AOM college administrators and practitioners that will focus on developing research literacy and evidence-based curricula in their respective practices and institutions.
The National Certification Committee of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) also approves individual Acutonics Instructors to teach continuing ed to acupuncturists.
holds a Masters Degree in Science and Acupuncture, is nationally board certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and licensed by the State of New York.
New York: National Academy of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, 1996.
Martin Eisele, owner of Evergreen Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine, says that acupuncture and Oriental medicine are becoming more popular as more people become willing to try it.
Because of his background in acupuncture and Oriental medicine, I think he had an open mind about the broad universe of practices out there...but he was also a skeptic, in that he would not endorse any practice that did not have a basis of scientific research to support it."
To find an acupuncturist in your area, visit the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at www.nccaom.org.
According to the Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Alliance, the number of licensed acupuncturists nearly tripled in less than a decade: from 5,525 in 1992 to 14,228 in 2000.
A good source is the Alexandria, Va.-based National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (www.nccaom.org).
Licensed acupuncturists in the United States rose from 5,525 to 10,512 between 1992 and 1998, according to the National Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Alliance.