Nearly one hundred nursing students from St. David’s School of Nursing of Texas State University participated in a week-length visit to Texas Health and Science University. Students and faculty from St. David’s School of Nursing annually travel to Austin Texas, from their campus in Round Rock, to visit Texas Health and Science University for the purpose of learning about the theories and practices of traditional Chinese medicine from the finest school of acupuncture and oriental medicine in Texas.
Between March 21st and April 4th, ninety students from St. David’s School of Nursing of Texas State University toured Texas Health and Science University. Complimentary lectures were presented by the THSU faculty. The students and faculty of St. David’s School of Nursing were invited on a tour of the THSU campus and clinic. Demonstrations of acupuncture, moxibustion, and acudetox were provided by the THSU licensed acupuncturists at the THSU Clinic, followed by questions and answers from traditional Chinese medicine practitioners. At the conclusion of the visit, THSU President Lin generously donated ten copies of her books co-authored with Paul Lin, Professional Guide to Chinese Internal Medicine and The Essentials of Dr. Zhang Zhoongjing, to the St. David’s School of Nursing Library.
St. David’s School of Nursing was founded in 2010 to support Texas healthcare with nursing professionals. Texas Health and Science University was founded ibn 1990 by Paul and Lisa Lin to ensure that acupuncture professionals would receive the highest quality education and become personally and financially successful as traditional Chinese medicine practitioners. Texas Health and Science University and Texas State University collaborate together to train healthcare professionals to promote the public health and well-being of Texas, the United States, and the global community.