CV/Resume

Dr. Roger Batchelor (DAOM, LAc)


503-208-5183

SUMMARY

Teaching, practice and research of Chinese acupuncture and oriental medicine

QUALIFICATIONS:
·    Associate Professor of Acupuncture in the Classical Chinese Medicine program at National College of Natural Medicine
·      Licensed Acupuncturist since 1987 with 10 years experience in high-volume in-patient public health sites.
·      Certified qigong instructor since 1995; regularly practicing qigong student since 1991.
·      Taught acupuncture & qigong at OCOM (1995), full-time from 1999-2008 
     Dept. Chair- acupuncture, bodywork and qigong
·      Clinical doctorate in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM)
·      Four trips to China to study medicine, including 2 months in 2005
·      Graduate of year-long NIH-Funded Research Scholar Program
·      Published in Journal of Chinese Medicine – Oct 2005 and Feb 2007 and Alternative Therapies Jul 2009
·      Writing Collaboration with Dr. Cheung, Wai-Tak on his 49 years experience with patients in Pacific NW (2009)

EMPLOYMENT:
o   2009 - Joined faculty at NCNM
o   2008-9 - Private Practice in downtown Portland with OCOM co-founder Eric Stephens
o   2008 - Providence Portland Hospitals – Qigong Instructor
o   1995-2008 - Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM):
§  Department Chair (2005-8)
§  Full-time Faculty - Acupuncture & Qigong, Clinical Supervisor, & Faculty Practitioner     
o   1988-1999 - Central City Concern, Portland Oregon:
§  Main Acupuncturist at Hooper Center, a 54-bed public health facility
§  Coordinator of Mental Health Programs
§  trained international students regularly
o   1989-1995 Private Practice in West Linn, Oregon

EDUCATION:
·      2009-10 - Mentorship with Dr. Cheung, Wai-Tak
·      2009 (Aug) - Vanguard Faculty research training program (NCNM)
·      2006-2007 - NIH-funded Research Scholars Program (OCOM)
·      2003-2005 - DAOM/Doctor of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine: first accreditable clinical doctorate in the field, first graduating class (OCOM)
·      1985-1987 - Southwest Acupuncture College- Santa Fe, NM:
o   Certificate in Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine
·      1981-1983 - University of California at Santa Cruz - Undergraduate
·      1978-1980 - Stanford University - Undergraduate

PUBLISHED ARTICLES:
·      “Anesthesia using Scalp Acupuncture” – Case Study (on a surgery I consulted and supervised using entirely non-chemical anesthesia)
o   Journal of Chinese Medicine, Oct 2005
·      “Abdominal Acupuncture”
o   Journal of Chinese Medicine, Feb 2007
·      “Integration of Chinese Medicine into Teaching Clinics”
o   co-author with Joanna Wu, et al
o   Alternative Therapies (peer-reviewed) Jul 2009 Vol.15, #4 (46-56)

CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES:
·      2009       CNT Teacher Training Certification
·      2005       Acupuncture Internship, 6 weeks at Nanjing U. of TCM
·      1995       OCOM-Certified Qigong Instructor [eventually in 6 forms].
·      1995       NADA-Certified Trainer, National AcuDetox Association        
·      1987       Oregon Board of Medical Examiners- Acupuncture Lic. #111
·      1986       NCCA-National Board Certified in Acupuncture

FUND-RAISING:
·      I was the sole connection for these resources used by OCOM (2005-8):
o   Senior fundraising consultant (formerly of Reed College and Catlin Gable School)
o   Fund-raising consultant for Research Dept.
o   Financial donor (grateful patient)
o   Professional volunteer marketing consultant for the clinic

ORGANIZATIONS:
International Society for the Study of Classical Acupuncture- keynote speaker 2010
·      Oregon Acupuncture Association (OAA) – frequent lecturer
·      Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Alliance (AOMA)--national conference speaker
·      Wu Dao Jing She International Qigong Society – Founding Board Member

COMMITTEES:
·      2009 – Chair of Program and Curriculum Review; Honor, Acupuncture, Classics Committees (NCNM)
·      2006-8 – Dept. Chair - Acupuncture, Bodywork and Qi Cultivation  (OCOM)
·      2006-8 - Acupuncture Practitioner Research Education Enhancement Advisory Committee (NIH-Funded)
·      2001-8 - Institutional Review Board (OCOM Research Dept.)
·      2005-2007 - Strategic Planning Committee (OCOM)
·      2005-8 - Founding Chair of Ethics Committee – Oregon Acupuncture Assoc. (OAA)
·      2003-8 - Academic Steering Committee (OCOM)
·      1996-1999   Founding Board Member, International Qigong Society

RESEARCH PROJECTS:
·      2010   Acu-graph acupoint testing participant @ NCNM with Agatha Colbert, MD
·      2006-8 Parkinson’s, Acupuncture, and patient expectation – NIH-funded at OHSU (research acupuncturist)
·      2006 Breast Cancer Post-op Acupuncture – Legacy (protocol development and research acupuncturist)
·      2006 Vermont Torque Study (multi-site, OCOM, NESA, et al)
·      2005-6  Qigong Outcomes Research – Principal Investigator (OCOM)
·      2004     Prognos channel diagnosis device (OCOM)

CLASSES TAUGHT at OCOM (2007-8):
·      Masters Level:
o   Acupuncture Microsystems
o   Mental-Emotional Aspects of Acupuncture
o   Auricular Acupuncture
o   Advanced Acupuncture
o   Qigong
o   Clinical Supervision 
o   Clinic Theater
·      Doctoral Level:
o   Acupuncture Microsystems
o   Qigong (clinical and teacher-training)
o   Psychology/Psychiatry & Acupuncture
o   Clinic Supervision & Theater
·      General Public:
o   Qigong
o   Introduction to Acupuncture
o   Introduction to TCM for prospective students
·      Clubs – organizer & advisor:
o   Classical Acupuncture (monthly Sunday seminars for 3 yrs)
o   Professional Development

WORKSHOPS TAUGHT (Partial List):
·      Abdominal Acupuncture at NCNM (Apr)
·      1/2009 - Qigong
·      10/2008 - Qigong – Corbett, Oregon
·      9/2007 - Abdominal Acupuncture: AIM-C Acupuncture College, Berkeley CA (3 days)
·      8/2007 - Qigong for Writers – a workshop for female trauma survivors (4 days)
·      4/2006 – Process Work Institute (www.pwi.org) panel presentation on pain with Pierre Morin
·      4/2005 - Classical Acupuncture – State Acupuncture Association
·      2004 – Psychiatric Acupuncture at Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Alliance (AOMA) annual conference in Colorado
·      3/22/03 - Case Studies using the Mai & I Jing-OAA ‘Treasures of Oregon’
·      2002-2006 - Oregon Health Career Day Presenter
·      11/16/02 - Turtle Longevity Qigong at PCOM, New York City
·      10/19/02 - Qigong –at Hood River Acupuncture Group (9 hrs)
·      5/98 - Psychiatric Acupuncture – State Acupuncture Assoc. (OAA) “Treasures of Oregon” Inaugural Speaker

FOREIGN LANGUAGES:
·      1995       Certified Bilingual in Medical Spanish
·      2001       Audited class in Chinese at Reed College; private tutorials begin

AFFILIATIONS:
·      2006-8 - Supervisor of OCOM interns at OHSU Richmond Clinic
·      2006-8 - Research Editor, Guidepoints Journal of the National Acudetox Association
·      2003-7 - OHSU CAM Grand Rounds Course Presenter on TCM & Depression, AD(H)D, Parkinson’s, Cancer, etc. See http://www.ohsu.edu/cam/for_docs/grand_rounds.html
·      2005 -  OHSU Research Project on Parkinson’s & Acupuncture (NIH-funded)
·      1999-2004 - Marylhurst Univ. - semi-annual lectures on Chinese medicine
·      2000-2004 - Concordia College- annual lectures on Chinese medicine
·      2003-2005 - University of Portland- annual lecturer on TCM in ‘Drugs and Society’ Class
·      2000-2002 - Legacy Healthcare System- Qigong classes in hospitals
·      2004 -          Legacy Research Center- Qigong class instructor

CONTINUING EDUCATION (Partial List):
·      OAAOM Conference – 6 hrs (4.9.9)
·      Feb 2009 - ManKind Project
·      Jan 2009 - Hui Gong @ LingGui Qigong School with Liu Dong, Seattle (6 hrs CE)
·      Jan 2009 - Tan Acupuncture for Pain at NCNM (6 hrs CE in Pain mgmt.)
·      Oct 2008 - Joanna Macy Intensive  on Eco-Dharma (10 days at Rowe, MA)
·      Jan 2008 - Pediatrics with Alex Tiberi (9 hrs. @ OCOM)
·      Dec 2007 - Tibetan Meditation with Adzom Rinpoche (4 days)
·      July 2003-05 - DAOM Internship (6 weeks) Nanjing University of TCM
·      May 2005 - Qigong Lineage Training Intensive, Beijing China
·      2002-3 - Pre-requisite studies in Chinese Herbology, Western Medicine at OCOM with Joe Coletto, et al
·      May 2004 - Dr Tran, Viet-Dzung on Mental & Emotional Aspects of Acupuncture (5 days)
·      Sep 2003 - Matt Callison (8 hrs.@ OCOM)
·      Apr 2003 - Mark Seem on Acupuncture (6 hrs. @ OCOM)
·      Mar 03 - Adolescence and Chinese Medicine- OCOM- 6 hrs
·      Jan 03 -  OAA Lecture by Heiner Fruehauf on the channels
·      Sep 02 - Channel Divergences with Miki Shima- 12 hrs
·      May 02 - Herb Drug Interactions with J.Chen at OCOM- ~7 hrs
·      July 02 - Qigong Tour- Beijing PRC with Prof. Chen of OCOM (2 wks.)
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·      1996 - NADA Conf. Presenter on Mental Health in Acudetox Settings San Francisco
·      1991-99 - Extensive CEUs in OCOM’s Qigong Teacher Certification programs
·      1989 - Japanese Acupuncture with K. Matsumoto
·      1988 – year-long internship through OCOM with Eric Stephens and David Eisen, the latter at Hooper Center, a 54-bed public health facility