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Journal Article CME Access

The AAMA Education Committee has been tasked with not only developing continuing education activities, but in formats that may allow members more access to education opportunities. On this page are links to Medical Acupuncture journal articles selected for review and eligible for CME credit.

The American Academy of Medical Acupuncture is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Earning credits is as easy as reviewing the course material and receiving a passing grade from an online quiz and upon completion passing you will receive 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.

You will need to login to your member account in order to receive FREE CME credit.

  • Go to the Available CME Courses
  • Select the course you wish to review and challenge for CME credit.
  • Add the course to your shopping cart and complete the check out process - even if it's free - this puts the course in "My Courses"
  • Go to My Courses, select the course, review the materials and take the quiz.
  • You must achieve score of at least 75% on the quiz to receive a credit certificate

Course Access

Available Journal Articles with CME


Volume 32, Number 1 - February - Electro-Acupuncture to Increase Neuronal Stem Cell Growth By Genia Dubrovsky, Don Ha, Anne-Laure Thomas, Minji Zhu, John Hubacher, Tatsuo Itoh, and James C.Y. Dunn



Volume 31, Number 1 - February - Distinct Neuroanatomical Structures of Acupoints Kidney 1 to Kidney 8: A Cadaveric Study By Melissa Lee, Ryan Longanecker, Sam Lo, and Poney Chiang

Volume 31, Number 2 - April - A Scoping Review of Acupuncture as a Potential Intervention for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) By Heather J. Jackson, Cristina Lopez, Sarah Miller, and Barbara Engelhardt



Volume 30, Number 2 - April - Neuroembryology of the Acupuncture Principal Meridians Part 3: The Head and Neck By Peter T. Dorsher, M.Sc., M.D. and Poney Chiang, PhD

Volume 30, Number 4 - August - The Case for Local Needling in Successful Randomized Controlled Trials of Peripheral Neuropathy – A Follow-up Systematic Review By Alexandra Dimitrova, Charles Murchison and Barry Oken

Volume 30, Number 5 - October - Challenges and Strategies for Implementing Battlefield Acupuncture in the VA - A Qualitative Study of Provider Perspectives By Stephanie L. Taylor, Karleen Giannitrapani, Princess E. Ackland, Jesse Holliday, Kavitha Reddy, David Drake, Daniel G. Federman, and Benjamin Kligler

Volume 30, Number 6 - December - Complementary and Integrative Health Education in the Medical School Curriculum: An Interest Survey By 2d Lt Margaret E. Hasler and Jeffrey C. Leggit



Volume 29, Number 1 - February - Neuroembryology of the Acupuncture Principal Meridians. Part 1: The Extremities By Peter T. Dorsher, M.Sc., M.D.

Volume 29 - Number 2 - April - Laser Acupuncture Before and After Embryo Transfer Improves In Vitro Fertilization Outcomes: A Four-Armed Randomized Controlled Trial By Scott J. Morin, MD, John L. Frattarelli, MD, Jason M. Franasiak, MD, Caroline R. Juneau, MD, Richard T. Scott, Jr, MD, H.C.L.D.

Volume 29, Number 3 - June - The Regulation of the Practice of Acupuncture by Physicians in the United States By Katerina Lin, MD and Cynthia Tung, MD

Volume 29, Number 4 - August - The Manual Stimulation of Acupuncture Points in the Treatment of PTSD: A Review of Clinical EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) By Dawson Church, MD and David Feinstein, MD

Volume 29, Number 5 - October - Acupuncture and Cutaneous Medicine: Is It Effective? By Mary van den Berg-Wolf, MD and Thomas Burgoon, MD



Volume 28, Number 1 - February - The Acupuncture-affected Gene Expressions and Epigenetic Modifications in Oxidative Stress-associated Diseases By Sara Darbandi, Mahsa Darbandi, Pooneh Mokarram, Mohammad Reza Sadeghi, Ali Akbar Owji, Hamid Reza Khorram Khorshid, Baxiao Zhao, and Mahnaz Heidari

Volume 28, Number 2 - April - Perceptions of Acupuncture and Acupressure by Anesthesia Providers By Amanda C. Faircloth, Arkadiy Dubovoy, Chuck Biddle, Diane Dodd-McCue and John F. Butterworth IV

Volume 28, Number 3 - June - A Randomized Exploratory Study to Evaluate Two Acupuncture Methods for the Treatment of Headaches Associated with Traumatic Brain Injury  By Wayne B. Jonas, MD; Dawn M. Bellanti, MSN, CRNP; Charmagne F. Paat, BS; Courtney C. Boyd, MA; Alaine Duncan, M.Ac., L.Ac., Dipl.Ac.; Ashley Price, BS; Weimin Zhang, PhD; Louis M. French, PhD; Heechin Chae, MD

Volume 28, Number 4 - August - Dry Needling is One Type of Acupuncture By Heming Zhu, PhD, CMD, MD, MAcu, LicAcu, and Heidi Most, MAcu, LicAcu

Volume 28, Number 5 - October - Standards for Reporting Electro-acupuncture Parameters By John Hubacher, Michael Corradino, James Dunn, Duong Ha, and Richard C. Niemtzow, MD, PhD, MPH

Volume 28, Number 6 - December - Study on Cerebral Blood Flow Regulatory Features of Acupuncture Stimulation at Various Acupoints By SungSik Kim, MD, Yong-Il Kim, MD, Ryong-Sik Sin, MSc, Kwang-Su Rim, MSc, Yong-Jin Pu, MSc, Kyong-Il Ri, MSc, Gon Ri, MSc, and Hyon-Suk Kim, MSc



Volume 27, Number 4 - August - Long-Lasting Reduction of Blood Pressure by Electroacupuncture in Patients with Hypertension: Randomized Controlled Trial By Peng Li, MD, Stephanie C. Tjen-A-Looi, PhD, Ling Cheng, MD, Dongmei Liu, MD, Jeannette Painovich, DAOM, Sivarama Vinjamury, MAOM, and John C Longhurst, MD, PhD

Volume 27, Number 6 - December - A Review of Acupuncture for the Prevention and Treatment of Pediatric Perioperative Conditions By Christine Stanley Martin