Sunday, August 13, 2017

B.01.a.29. - AANP ND Schools (continued) - CCNM:

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B.01.a.29. - AANP ND Schools (continued):
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the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine states:
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[in "Academic Calendar 2016-2017" (2017)]
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"naturopathic medicine is a primary health-care profession that focuses on the promotion of health, assessment of the physical and mental condition of an individual, and the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diseases, disorders and dysfunctions. It does this through the integrated use of therapies and substances that promote the individual’s inherent self-healing mechanisms. The principles underlying the practice of naturopathic medicine include [...#2] recognition and support of the inherent self-healing ability of the individual (the healing power of nature)";
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[in "Academic Calendar 2013-2014" (2017)]
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"naturopathic medicine is founded on the principle of healing through the co-operative power of nature [...] this healing power [...] naturopathic doctor's oath [...] I will honor the principles of naturopathic medicine [...] to co-operate with the healing power of nature [...] naturopathic medicine is founded on the principle of healing through the cooperative power of nature. Individuals who choose to practice as naturopathic doctors pledge to 'encourage others to strengthen their health, reduce risks for disease and preserve the health of our planet for ourselves and future generations' [...] the principles underlying the practice of naturopathic medicine include [...] recognition and support of the inherent self-healing ability of the individual (the healing power of nature) [...] course descriptions [...] ASM102 Asian Medicine I [...] therapeutic and diagnostic theories such as 8 principles, 6 pathogenic factors, qi, blood, body fluids and 7 emotions are introduced [...] maneuvers and de qi sensations";
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B.01.a.33. - AANP ND Schools (continued) - MUIH:

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the Maryland University of Integrative Health states:
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[in "Areas of Study: Naturopathic Medicine" (2017)]
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"naturopathic medicine is a distinct primary health care profession, emphasizing prevention, treatment, and optimal health through the use of therapeutic methods and substances that encourage individuals’ inherent self-healing process. The practice of naturopathic medicine  [...is] guided by 6 principles of healing: [#1] the healing power of nature (vis medicatrix naturae): naturopathic medicine recognizes the inherent healing wisdom of nature and the body. Naturopathic doctors strive to identify and remove the conditions that obstruct healing and recovery, and to facilitate the natural healing process [...] the therapeutic order consists of three essential guidelines: honor, respect, and work in harmony with the individual’s inherent healing process";
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