OCOM Bulletin Archives
Founded in 1983, Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM) is a single-purpose professional graduate school that offers two specialized degree programs: Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (MAcOM) and Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM). The college provides students with a solid foundation in acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, therapeutic massage, and qi cultivation, as well as a focus on collaboration between Chinese medicine and Western biomedicine. OCOM's teaching clinics provide affordable care for general wellness and hands-on experience for students, as well as advanced specialty care for patients facing health challenges.


  • OCOM Bulletin back issues
  • Our e-mailed newsletter -- the OCOM Bulletin -- highlights developments in the profession and among members of the OCOM community.
  • December 2015  (12/14/2015)
  • October 2015  (10/21/2015)
  • June 2015  (6/11/2015)
  • April 2015  (4/9/2015)
  • February 2015  (2/18/2015)
  • Chinese New Year celebrations: Year of the Wood Goat; OCOM student wins Bob's Red Mill scholarship; Kaiser grant to assist low-income patients; annual No Talent Show; Meet Dave Eshbaugh, Development Officer; annual report online; OCOM website redesign debuts.
  • September 2014  (9/3/2014)
  • Clinic events, college president announces retirement, Lan Su lectures, Capstone presentations, 2015 Cherry Blossom Dinner, Weekend Specialty Clinics: women's health
  • May/June 2014  (5/22/2014)
  • September changes: SE clinic closing, Hollywood reopens; hospitals and acupuncture; Navajo medicine; cariovascular health; Lan Su lectures, and more...
  • May 2014  (4/29/2014)
  • Cherry Blossom Dinner and Awards recap; support the college by donating to our annual fund; alumni profiles: international public health; OCOM Roadshow; Weekend Specialty Clinic, May 17 - stroke recovery; upcoming events
  • March 2014  (3/20/2014)
  • February 2014  (2/24/2014)
  • Saturday Seminar; Cherry Blossom Dinner and Awards event; a guest column by OCOM co-founder Satya Ambrose on the preventative nature of Chinese medicine; key statewide victory for Oregon acupuncturists; Integrative Medicine Day; meet the college's new CFO; Research newsletter
  • November 2013  (11/21/2013)
  • Saturday Seminar - The Secrets of Longevity; Low-income patients benefit from Kaiser Permanente grant; Mind Body Medicine; tuition freeze; Study says acupuncture helps depression; Celebrating OCOM campus' 1st anniversary and LEED Gold certification; Gift packages available at OCOM Herbal medicinary
  • October 2013  (10/17/2013)
  • Class of 2013 graduation; recap of OCOM Clinic Open House; Weekend Specialty Clinics' 2013-2014 focus on healthy aging; autumn movement classes; Guest Column: Embracing the Triple Aim (of the Affordable Care Act)
  • August 2013  (8/21/2013)
  • OCOM's 30th Anniversary; October's OCOM Clinic Open House; recent Kaiser grant award to expand health care access to low-income community members; doctoral Capstone Project presentations; Saturday Seminar: Food As Medicine
  • July 2013  (7/10/2013)
  • Public qigong class; clinic services insurance billing; Weekend Specialty Clinics; the use of research to help expand acupuncture for Oregon Health Plan participants; student and graduate leadership in health care: scholarship winners and alumni leadership in OAAOM
  • June 2013  (6/12/2013)
  • May 2013  (5/9/2013)
  • April 2013  (4/9/2013)
  • March 2013  (3/8/2013)
  • February 2013   (2/11/2013)
  • December 2012  (12/14/2012)
  • November 2012  (11/7/2012)
  • August 2012  (8/13/2012)
  • July 2012  (7/12/2012)
  • June 2012  (6/7/2012)
  • May 2012  (5/3/2012)
  • April 2012  (4/10/2012)
  • March 2012  (3/8/2012)
  • February 2012  (2/1/2012)
  • December 2011  (11/30/2011)
  • November 2011  (11/2/2011)
  • October 2011  (10/4/2011)
  • August 2011  (8/31/2011)
  • July 2011  (7/13/2011)
  • June 2011  (6/2/2011)
  • May 2011  (5/4/2011)
  • April 2011  (3/30/2011)
  • March 2011  (3/3/2011)
  • February 2011  (1/26/2011)
Oregon College of Oriental Medicine
75 NW Couch Street
Portland, Oregon 97209
503-253-3443
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