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Michael A. Taromina

Ethics and Management Courses Teacher

Eastern School of Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine

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Eastern School of Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine

440 Franklin Street Suite 500

Bloomfield, New Jersey,07003

United States

Company Description

The Eastern School is committed to maintaining the highest standards of educational excellence. Diversity and new ideas are always sought with the intent of harmoniously utilizing modern educational techniques along with the traditional methods that have been ...more

Background Information

Affiliations

Disciplinary Committee for NCCAOM

Member


Review

Member


American Association of Oriental Medicine

Public Board Member


Acupuncture Society of New York

Board Member


New York State Acupuncture Coalition Inc

Legal Counsel


AAAOM

Public Board Member


Chinese Medical Science Foundation Inc

Legal Advisor


Traditional Chinese Medicine World Foundation

Legal Advisor


ASNY

Board Member


Acupuncture Society of New York

Board Advisor


NCCAOM PEDC

Chair of Committee


National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

Chair of the Professional Ethics and Disciplinary Committee


Gallo & Taromina , LLP

Founder


Education

B.A.

Fordham University


J.D.

The City University of New York Law School


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Eastern School of Acupuncture - Faculty

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Michael Taromina currently teaches Ethics and Management courses at The Eastern School of Acupuncture.
Michael holds a B.A. from Fordham University and received his J.D. from The City University of New York Law School. He has an extensive background representing practitioners, institutions, organizations and students in the acupuncture and Oriental Medicine field and is presently serving as a member of the Review and Disciplinary Committee for NCCAOM. Michael has designed and taught programs in health law, ethics, professional liability, and practice management while serving on the faculty at Touro College, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, Tri-State College of Acupuncture and New York College of Health Professions. Michael has also been a guest lecturer at Mount Sinai Hospital, New York University, the Building Bridges of Integration for Tradition Chinese Medicine Conference, AOM Alliance Annual Conference, Cardozo School of Law, Brooklyn University, Hostos Community College, and Strathmore College, Africa.


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Michael Taromina Ethics Class in Long Island Sponsored by ASNY to benefit NYASC
Michael Taromina, Esq. has an extensive background representing and educating Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine practitioners, institutions, organizations and students. As the Chair of NCCAOMs Professional Ethics & Disciplinary Committee he co-drafted the Code of Ethics and Grounds for Discipline and oversees the adjudication of misconduct cases from all over the country. As legal counsel to New York State Acupuncture Coalition (NYSAC) he has served an integral role in the drafting and lobbying effort to amend the New York State Acupuncture statute. He is also a Public Board Member (Alternate) of AAAOM and legal advisor to AAAOMs Herbal Medicine Committee, NCCAOMs Regulatory Affairs Task Force, TCM World Foundation, Acupuncture Society of New York (ASNY) and Chinese Medical Science Foundation (CMSF). As a faculty member, Michael has designed and taught courses in health law, biomedical ethics, liability and practice management at Touro Colleges Graduate Program for Oriental Medicine, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, Tri-State College of Acupuncture, New York College of Health Professions, Eastern School of Acupuncture & Traditional Medicine, Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences and Mercy College. Ethics in Acupuncture CEU - Michael Taromina, Esq. Ethics in Acupuncture CEU - Michael Taromina, Esq. Michael A. Taromina, Esq. Presenter: Michael Taromina, Esq. has an extensive background representing and educating Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine practitioners, institutions, organizations and students. As the Chair of NCCAOMs Professional Ethics & Disciplinary Committee he co-drafted the Code of Ethics and Grounds for Discipline and oversees the adjudication of misconduct cases from all over the country. As legal counsel to New York State Acupuncture Coalition (NYSAC) he has served an integral role in the drafting and lobbying effort to amend the New York State Acupuncture statute. He is also a Public Board Member (Alternate) of AAAOM and legal advisor to AAAOMs Herbal Medicine Committee, NCCAOMs Regulatory Affairs Task Force, TCM World Foundation, Acupuncture Society of New York (ASNY) and Chinese Medical Science Foundation (CMSF). As a faculty member, Michael has designed and taught courses in health law, biomedical ethics, liability and practice management at Touro Colleges Graduate Program for Oriental Medicine, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, Tri-State College of Acupuncture, New York College of Health Professions, Eastern School of Acupuncture & Traditional Medicine, Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences and Mercy College. NYSAC Ethics and Liability in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine - CEU Fundraiser presented by Michael Taromina, Esq. (4 CEU Credits/PDA Points) NCCAOM Provider #: ACHB 631-001 A special thanks to Michael Taromina, all of the attendees and the folks at PCOM for making our fundraiser class Ethics and Liability in AOM a great success. NYSAC Ethics and Liability in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine - CEU Fundraiser presented by Michael Taromina, Esq. (4 CEU Credits/PDA Points) NCCAOM Provider #: ACHB 631-001 Michael Taromina, Esq. published an article in the Spring 2007 Harmony volume of TCM World regarding herbal legislation in New York. The NYS Coalition was skillfully represented by Mr. Michael Taromina, ESQ, legal consultant to the Coalition. Mr. Taromina concluded his presentation with a request for Board support for the update to the LAc practice act when they are asked for an opinion from the State Education Department and Albany legislators. Michael Taromina, Esq., steering committee counsel, outlined the proposed legislation, which includes the following: Taking the floor again, Taromina asked the attendees for a show of applause indicating their support for going forward with the proposed legislation as it now stands…and the response was an overwhelming show of support for the initiative.


The Eastern School of Acupuncture

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Michael Taromina currently teaches Ethics and Management courses at The Eastern School of Acupuncture.
Michael holds a B.A. from Fordham University and received his J.D. from The City University of New York Law School. He has an extensive background representing practitioners, institutions, organizations and students in the acupuncture and Oriental Medicine field and is presently serving as a member of the Review and Disciplinary Committee for NCCAOM. Michael has designed and taught programs in health law, ethics, professional liability, and practice management while serving on the faculty at Touro College, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, Tri-State College of Acupuncture and New York College of Health Professions. Michael has also been a guest lecturer at Mount Sinai Hospital, New York University, the Building Bridges of Integration for Tradition Chinese Medicine Conference, AOM Alliance Annual Conference, Cardozo School of Law, Brooklyn University, Hostos Community College, and Strathmore College, Africa.


Taromina Ethics Class in Long Island to benefit NYSAC | nysacupuncture.org

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Michael Taromina Ethics Class in Long Island Sponsored by ASNY to benefit NYASC
Michael Taromina, Esq. has an extensive background representing and educating Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine practitioners, institutions, organizations and students. As the Chair of NCCAOMs Professional Ethics & Disciplinary Committee he co-drafted the Code of Ethics and Grounds for Discipline and oversees the adjudication of misconduct cases from all over the country. As legal counsel to New York State Acupuncture Coalition (NYSAC) he has served an integral role in the drafting and lobbying effort to amend the New York State Acupuncture statute. He is also a Public Board Member (Alternate) of AAAOM and legal advisor to AAAOMs Herbal Medicine Committee, NCCAOMs Regulatory Affairs Task Force, TCM World Foundation, Acupuncture Society of New York (ASNY) and Chinese Medical Science Foundation (CMSF). As a faculty member, Michael has designed and taught courses in health law, biomedical ethics, liability and practice management at Touro Colleges Graduate Program for Oriental Medicine, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, Tri-State College of Acupuncture, New York College of Health Professions, Eastern School of Acupuncture & Traditional Medicine, Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences and Mercy College.


Ethics in Acupuncture CEU – Michael Taromina, Esq. | nysacupuncture.org

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Browse > Home / Uncategorized / Ethics in Acupuncture CEU - Michael Taromina, Esq. Ethics in Acupuncture CEU - Michael Taromina, Esq. Ethics in Acupuncture CEU - Michael Taromina, Esq. Michael A. Taromina, Esq. Presenter: Michael Taromina, Esq. has an extensive background representing and educating Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine practitioners, institutions, organizations and students. As the Chair of NCCAOMs Professional Ethics & Disciplinary Committee he co-drafted the Code of Ethics and Grounds for Discipline and oversees the adjudication of misconduct cases from all over the country. As legal counsel to New York State Acupuncture Coalition (NYSAC) he has served an integral role in the drafting and lobbying effort to amend the New York State Acupuncture statute. He is also a Public Board Member (Alternate) of AAAOM and legal advisor to AAAOMs Herbal Medicine Committee, NCCAOMs Regulatory Affairs Task Force, TCM World Foundation, Acupuncture Society of New York (ASNY) and Chinese Medical Science Foundation (CMSF). As a faculty member, Michael has designed and taught courses in health law, biomedical ethics, liability and practice management at Touro Colleges Graduate Program for Oriental Medicine, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, Tri-State College of Acupuncture, New York College of Health Professions, Eastern School of Acupuncture & Traditional Medicine, Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences and Mercy College.


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