In this 2 hour medical ethics course, Dr Tenisha Dandridge, DACM, explores the disproportionate impacts of the Covid-19 epidemic on Black and Indigenous People of Color in light of historic racial health disparities. Dr Dandridge also explains how Traditional Chinese Medicine can be of service to BIPOC in treating racial trauma.

NCCAOM 2 ethics PDAs,$40

About the instructor

Dr Tenisha Dandridge, DACM

Dr Tenisha Dandridge, DACM is the founder of Everyone's Place acupuncture and Chinese medicine in Sacramento, California. Dr. Dandridge received her Doctorate of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine from the Pacific College of Health and Science. She is also the author of "Unusual Tale of Acupuncture, Racism and African American History in the USA," and is the co-founder of

Course Curriculum

  • 1

    Course objectives

    • Course objectives

  • 2

    Lecture: Covid-19 and the Racial Health Disparity Gap

    • Covid-19 and the Racial Health Disparity Gap

  • 3


    • Slides for downloading in handout format

  • 4

    Quiz: required

    • Quiz - required

  • 5

    Course evaluation: required

    • Course evaluation - required

    • Copy of NCCAOM code of ethics - provided at request of NCCAOM

  • 6

    Request certificate

    • Thank you!