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Reposted: NCCAOM and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Numbers

last Thursday, the NCCAOM finally released their 2008 Job Task Analysis Report, which includes data on AOM practitioners' gender, race, income, student loans, hours worked per week and numbers of patient visits. You can read it here: http://www.nccaom.org/exams/pdfdocs/jta/NCCAOM2008JTA.pdf

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Reposted: AT Says NCCAOM Numbers Even Worse. Wait, What?

 

Thanks to the alert readers who forwarded me this article in Acupuncture Today, and particularly to the alert reader who said: Hey, where did those graphs at the end come from?

Yeah, I know, it's kind of surprising that AT would devote an


Points for NCCAOM

I have something nice to say about NCCAOM, namely Connie Heggood, the CEU records person for NCCAOM.  After I turned in my recert docs, she sent a message pointing out that I was missing the 3 credits for Ethics.  I sent a message back referring her to the CLIMB workshop


Toaster Tour Interview #5: Elaine Wolf Komarow, L.Ac.

span style="font-size:10pt;">First off, thanks for exploring these questions.I’m honored to have been included in your list of questionees.Let me say that my involvement in the leadership arena of the profession (involved for many years on the board of the state acupuncture association (Virginia)


Toaster Tour Interview #4: Steven Stumpf, Ed.D.

strong>1)  Looking at the recent NCCAOM Job Task Analysis, why do you think there are so few jobs for acupuncturists? What do you think that says about the acupuncture profession?

The NCCAOM JTA is a curious document because it attempts to say as little as possible about


Toaster Tour Interview #3: Eric Raymond Buckley, CA, MS

1)  Looking at the recent NCCAOM Job Task Analysis, why do you think there are so few jobs for acupuncturists? What do you think that says about the acupuncture profession?

There a so few jobs because we learn a way of understanding the body that is vastly different


Toaster Tour Interview #2: Matt Bauer, L.Ac.

strong>1)  Looking at the recent NCCAOM Job Task Analysis, why do you think there are so few jobs for acupuncturists? What do you think that says about the acupuncture profession?

span style="font-size:small;">First, I want to thank CAN for engaging people in the AOM profession in this


Toaster Tour Interview #1: Ginna Browning, LAc, LMBT, President, North Carolina AAOM

strong>1)  Looking at the recent NCCAOM Job Task Analysis, why do you think there are so few jobs for acupuncturists? What do you think that says about the acupuncture profession?

I think that we are just not there yet. Acupuncture is still too unfamiliar to Americans in


The Toaster Tour Interviews

Dear AOM School Presidents, Industry Leaders, and Acupuncture Friends:

Toaster of Truth

We would like to interview you on the topic of employment for acupuncturists, on the group blog of the Community Acupuncture Network. 

We have been blogging about jobs for acupuncturists for


Jobs Post #3: the Toaster Tour

You just never know what might happen when you broach the topic of jobs for acupuncturists. I started out with a serious blog post, and thanks to Meaghan of Edgewater Acupuncture, next thing I knew I was running a toaster contest over the Internet. Then Keith Zabik of Tucson


Toaster Time!

Comrades, as you may remember, way back in January, I put up a blog post about jobs for acupuncturists that ended with the following challenge:

Thanks to the suggestion of alert reader Meaghan, I am pleased to announce a VERY SPECIAL OFFER. To the first person who


Martian Geology: Response to The Integrator, 10/4/10

Thanks to John Weeks for reviving the discussion of the NCCAOM Job Task Analysis (Part 1 and Part 2). There are a few points I need to address from his post and his interview with Kory Ward-Cook.  Need, not want; because suggesting that the solution to the problem of acupuncturists


AT Says NCCAOM's Terrible Numbers Are Actually Even Worse. Wait, What?!?

Thanks to the alert readers who forwarded me this article in Acupuncture Today, and particularly to the alert reader who said: Hey, where did those graphs at the end come from?

Yeah, I know, it's kind of surprising that AT would devote an article to the NCCAOM's 2008


NCCAOM and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Numbers

This is the first of a series of posts in which I am going to be blogging about various kinds of data. We are looking forward to the release of this research project soon, and I'm guessing that there will be plenty to talk about. And it's almost time