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JOEL DUNNING – Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon

Great example of the impactful materials available through EBA Connect and on the EBA Forum:
This video was kindly provided to us by our best acu-buddy, Robin Sunley, a graduate of the Northern College of Acupuncture with a BSc in Acupuncture, who works as an acupuncturist in the Trinity Holistic Centre – a department at James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough, UK.

In this video, Mr Joel Dunning, Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon, explains Robin’s role and how the acupuncture service for the thoracic surgery department at James Cook University Hospital helps patients and staff!

Log in to the EBA Forum and watch “Acupuncture and Complementary Therapy in Thoracic Surgery”, a 12min video interview with Robin Sunley and Joel Dunning.

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Acupuncture combined with GnRHa improves endometrial receptivity and pregnancy outcome in patients with recurrent implantation failure of IVF-embryo transfer

Acupuncture combined with GnRHa improves endometrial receptivity and pregnancy outcome in patients with recurrent implantation failure of IVF-embryo transfer

Endometrial thickness of the study group was higher than that of the control group 1 day before transfer. The clinical pregnancy rate and embryo implantation rate of the study group were higher than those of the control group.

Acupuncture combined with GnRHa improves the endometrial receptivity of patients with RIF of IVF-ET, thereby increasing clinical pregnancy rates and improving pregnancy outcomes.

ACUpuncture In The EmergencY department for pain management (ACUITY) trial

ACUpuncture In The EmergencY department for pain management (ACUITY) trial

ACUITY is an NCCIH-funded, multi-site feasibility RCT of acupuncture in 3 EDs (Cleveland, Nashville, and San Diego). This is the first RCT to assess and report fidelity to an acupuncture protocol.

Across 3 recruiting sites, 79 participants received acupuncture: 51% women, 43% Black/African American, with heterogeneous acute pain sites at baseline: 32% low back, 22% extremity, 20% abdominal, 10% head.

Acupuncture for the treatment of the pain-fatigue-sleep disturbance-numbness/tingling symptom cluster in breast cancer survivors

Acupuncture for the treatment of the pain-fatigue-sleep disturbance-numbness/tingling symptom cluster in breast cancer survivors

This trial demonstrated that acupuncture was a feasible, acceptable, and appropriate treatment for the management of the pain-fatigue-sleep disturbance-numbness/tingling symptom cluster in breast cancer survivors.

The results signal potential beneficial effects of acupuncture for the fatigue-sleep-pain-numbness/tingling symptom cluster. Future research is needed to determine if these benefits are achieved in a randomized controlled trial.

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