NCCAOM ACADEMY OF DIPLOMATES ELECTS DR. IMAN MAJD AS NEW CHAIR
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 5/30/2017
JACKSONVILLE, FL, May 30, 2017 – The National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)® has elected Dr. Iman Majd as the new Chair of its Academy of Diplomates, a separate chartered division of the NCCAOM designed to increase the promotion and advancement of NCCAOM Diplomates and the NCCAOM credentials. With the Academy of Diplomates, the Academy Board Chair has a significant impact on furthering this separately chartered membership division within the NCCAOM nonprofit organization.
Dr. Majd, an NCCAOM Diplomate and a medical doctor combines acupuncture and other complementary modalities into his clinical practice at the University of Washington Physicians Network. He also serves as the Acupuncture Specialist Consult for University of Washington Neighborhood Clinics. Dr. Majd’s clinical and research interests include an integrative approach to neurodegenerative disorders, pain management and immune system wellness.
“It is with great excitement to announce the foundation of The NCCAOM Academy of Diplomates (The Academy). The Academy is a direct membership body which includes all active NCCAOM Diplomates as members, with no membership fees,” said Iman Majd, MD, MS, EAMP, Dip. ABFM, ABoIM, Dipl. Ac. (NCCAOM)®. “As the Chair of The Academy, I invite all the NCCAOM Diplomates to give us input so we can better serve your best interests the years to come.”
As the Academy Chair, Dr. Majd will continue to lead the Academy Board to a continued commitment to the public’s safety and well-being, while also working on advancing the professional practice of acupuncture and Oriental medicine through the NCCAOM credentials. This includes providing services and products for NCCAOM Diplomates to help promote their credentials and advance their career. Please see the new Academy website, introduced this past January, showcasing information about benefits for Diplomates as well as the launch of a public education campaign to promote Diplomate in the news and to the public.
By having a separate governance structure within the organization, the Academy will facilitate more development of products and services for NCCAOM Diplomates and will be better positioned to provide greater promotion and advocacy for its Diplomate members.
Currently, Dr. Majd is also serving as a Board member on the NCCAOM Board of Commissioners, which he first joined in 2014.
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The National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)® is a non-profit 501(c)(6) organization established in 1982. NCCAOM is the only national organization that validates entry-level competency in the practice of acupuncture and Oriental medicine (AOM) through professional certification. NCCAOM certification or a passing score on the NCCAOM certification examinations are documentation of competency for licensure as an acupuncturist by 45 states plus the District of Columbia which represents 98 percent of the states that regulate acupuncture. All NCCAOM certification programs are currently accredited by the National Commission for Certification Agencies (NCCA). To learn more about the NCCAOM, or about acupuncture and national board certification visit www.nccaom.org. To find an NCCAOM board-certified practitioner in your area, click on Find a Practitioner at www.nccaom.org.