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  1. The BAcC faces a problem of its own making (the...

    The BAcC faces a problem of its own making (the GB of the BAcC). The pursuit of SR is based on a mandate from the BAcC membership - at least that is the impression I got from my 2 years as a member...
  2. The BAcC have spent many years pursuing some form...

    The BAcC have spent many years pursuing some form of regulation above and beyond VSR. Why? Perhaps because there is a legitimacy attached to it that will elevate the status of the acupuncture...
  3. Making a case to the AACP regarding what we do...

    Making a case to the AACP regarding what we do (theory/treatments) is going to benefit traditional acupuncturists in what way/s?

    It is not the AACP that we need to explain ourselves to - it is...
  4. Unless there is going to be a ban on the practise...

    Unless there is going to be a ban on the practise of acupuncture in the UK then the governments stance on SR is not such a problem. The acupuncture profession is dependent more on patients than...
  5. A big problem with the BAcC is that they avoid...

    A big problem with the BAcC is that they avoid being truthful about the benefits of traditional acupuncture versus the lack of benefits of non-traditional acupuncture because in doing so that would...
  6. I joined the BAcC in 2008. At that time I recall...

    I joined the BAcC in 2008. At that time I recall reading a forum post stating that 'we (the BAcc) were going to to be statutorily regulated whether we liked it or not'. At that time SSR was the...
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