We are pleased to announce that our MOOC (Massive Open Online Course), titled Chinese Medicine: Treatise on Febrile Diseases Caused by Cold (Shang Han Lun) will be launched on FutureLearn* on 30 June 2021. This is an eight-week FREE online course providing interpretation and analysis of the Six-Meridian Syndrome Differentiation method reported in the classic Chinese medicine work Treatise on Febrile Diseases Caused by Cold (Shang Han Lun), written by Zhang Zhongjing, a famous Chinese medical doctor in Eastern Han Dynasty.
Dr Tung Shong, Jenny and Prof Li Saimei will guide you through the whole course to discover the essence of Shang Han Lun.
Highlights of the course:
- Study the signs, symptoms, and patterns of different cold and wind-related syndromes
- Explore the characteristics of decoctions and the treatment techniques.
- Learn from experts at HKU SPACE and Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine.
Join us and start the journey of learning the gist of Shang Han Lun.
Dr Tung Shong Jenny – Associate Head of the College of Life Sciences and Technology at HKU School of Professional and Continuing Education.
Prof Li Saimei – Director of the Classical Clinical Research Institute of the First Clinical Medical College of Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, the person-in-charge of National Excellence Courses and the National Excellence Resource Sharing Course “Treatise on Febrile Diseases”, and a core member of the national teaching team for “Clinical Basics of Traditional Chinese Medicine”.
*FutureLearn is a leading social learning platform formed in December 2012 by The Open University and is now jointly owned by The Open University and The SEEK Group. FutureLearn has over nine million people signed up worldwide. FutureLearn uses design, technology and partnerships to create enjoyable, credible and flexible online courses as well as undergraduate and postgraduate degrees that improve working lives. It partners with over a quarter of the world’s top universities, as well as organisations such as Accenture, the British Council, CIPD, Raspberry Pi and Health Education England (HEE). It is also involved in government-backed initiatives to address skills gaps such as The Institute of Coding and the National Centre for Computing Education.