Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Appendix I.01.a4.1. - Maryland University of Integrative Health:

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the Maryland University of Integrative Health [MUIH] states:
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[in "Naturopathic Medicine: Occupational Outlook" (2017)]
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"naturopathic doctors and medical doctors are both grounded in the same biomedical understanding of the human body, diagnosis, disease and treatment [...] where we differ again is our philosophy and our modalities [...] we really excel [...] I think evidence-informed practice is very important right now as we look to gain more validity [...] there is a lot of research on modalities that naturopathic doctors use";
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[in "Beth Pimentel N.D. - Naturopathy" (2017)]
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"[from the description] Dr. Beth Pimentel, a naturopathic doctor and dean of the School of Naturopathic Medicine at Maryland University of Integrative Health, discusses naturopathic medicine and opportunities for medical students seeking careers in natural care [...from the video] Elizabeth Pimentel, N.D. MUIH School of Naturopathic Medicine [...] naturopathic medicine is a distinct system of primary care [...] naturopathic doctors and medical doctors are both grounded in the same Western biomedical understanding of the human body, diagnosis, disease and treatment";
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Saturday, January 3, 2015

Appendix I.01.a4. - Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine:

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I.01.a4. - the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine:
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the CCNM states:
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[in "Academic Calendar 2017-18" (2018)]
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"integrate biomedical with clinical science knowledge in the assessment, diagnosis and management of patients [...] the ND program is broadly composed of three main areas of study: the biomedical sciences, the clinical sciences and the art and practice of naturopathic medicine [...] the biomedical sciences segment of the curriculum provides an in-depth study of the human body through lectures and labs. Students take courses in anatomy (including gross anatomy, prosection, neuroanatomy, embryology and histology), physiology, biochemistry, immunology, clinical pathology, environmental and public health (including infectious diseases), pharmacology and pharmacognosy [...] the clinical sciences segment of the curriculum thoroughly prepares students to educate patients and the public in health promotion and disease prevention [...]  BAS Basic Sciences [...] CLS Clinical Science [...] this course is a continuation of NAS100, where students are encouraged to apply learning and test taking strategies while integrating the content of the individual biomedical science courses [...] this course stresses the integration of scientific information with naturopathic approaches [...] empirical data on traditional uses for plants as medicines is integrated with modern scientific research on their pharmacological actions and clinical use [...] students will explore several learning and test taking strategies and will be assessed regularly in the biomedical science courses, in order to provide immediate feedback on their learning progress during the program [...] the content of the individual biomedical science courses [...] this course outlines objective evidence in the field of nutritional science as it relates to health promotion, disease prevention and disease treatment [...] mpirical data on the traditional uses of plants as medicines is integrated with scientific research on their pharmacological and clinical actions [...] the application of biomedical and clinical sciences to nutrition [...] NPLEX is the standard examination used by all licensing jurisdictions for naturopathic physicians in North America. It includes five basic science exams (anatomy, physiology, pathology, immunology, biochemistry and microbiology) that are taken after the first two years of naturopathic medical school. The clinical science examinations are taken following graduation (after the fourth year of school). They include: physical, clinical, and lab diagnosis, diagnostic imaging, botanical medicine, clinical nutrition, physical medicine, homeopathy, psychology, emergency medicine and pharmacology. Individual jurisdictions may require additional examinations in minor surgery and acupuncture before complete licensure";
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[here's the previous year]
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[in "NPLEX 2 Prep Course" (2018)]
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"CCNM is pleased to offer you Dr. Anderson’s new and improved NPLEX prep course. The clinical sciences reviews now include full access to comprehensive courseware + 20-30 new online video tutorial learning modules. This online series includes study strategies and is accessible to you 24-7 until the NPLEX exam";
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[in "Academic Calendar 2013-2014" (2018)]
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"prerequisite sciences [...] naturopathic medicine [...] involves harnessing science to unleash this healing power [...] the first year involves a comprehensive examination of the biomedical sciences that underlie the study of medicine [...] the second and third years focus increasingly on the clinical sciences and the modalities that constitute the tools of the profession [...] these principles underpin a complete, individualized and coordinated approach to health care that integrates modern scientific knowledge with traditional and natural forms of medicine [...] Naturopathic Doctor's Oath: I dedicate myself to the service of humanity as a practitioner of the art and science of naturopathic medicine [...] the ND program is broadly composed of three main areas of study: biomedical sciences, clinical sciences, and the art and practice of naturopathic medicine [...] in addition to the required courses outlined above, we recommend that applicants complete courses in some or all of the following areas to prepare for the ND program curriculum: anatomy, biochemistry, environmental science, genetics, microbiology, physics, sociology, statistics , English composition [...] the LCR collection focuses on the basic sciences, botanical medicine, community health, homeopathic medicine, nutritional sciences, health psychology, Asian medicine, physical medicine, naturopathic history and practice, and the clinical sciences [...] graduates of the program will be able to [...] integrate biomedical with clinical science knowledge in the assessment, diagnosis and management of patients [...] the ND program is broadly composed of three main areas of study: the biomedical sciences, the clinical sciences and the art and practice of naturopathic medicine. Biomedical sciences: the biomedical sciences segment of the curriculum provides an in-depth study of the human body through lectures and labs [...] anatomy (including gross anatomy, prosection, neuroanatomy, embryology and histology), physiology, biochemistry, immunology, clinical pathology, environmental and public health (including infectious diseases), pharmacology and pharmacognosy. Clinical sciences: the clinical sciences segment of the curriculum thoroughly prepares students to educate patients and the public in health promotion and disease prevention. It also prepares them to diagnose the causes of a range of primary care conditions and to effectively help patients manage their conditions using a broad range of therapeutics [...] primary care management is covered in the study of botanical medicine, homeopathy, emergency medicine, nutrition, physical medicine (including naturopathic, osseous and soft tissue manipulative therapy, physiotherapy, sports medicine, therapeutic exercise and hydrotherapy), psychological counselling, nature cure, acupuncture and Asian medicine and minor surgery [...] BAS = Basic Sciences [...] CLS Clinical Science [...] the integration of scientific information with naturopathic approaches [x2...] empirical data on traditional uses for plants as medicines is integrated with modern scientific research on their pharmacological actions and clinical use [...] this course outlines objective evidence in the field of nutritional science as it relates to health promotion, disease prevention and disease treatment [...] the application of biomedical and clinical sciences to nutrition [...] prerequisite sciences [...] CCNM requires applicants to have completed several courses in pre-medical sciences to be eligible for admission into the full-time naturopathic medicine (ND) program [...] the prerequisite science courses are offered in a condensed time frame, and classes take place on weekday evenings to allow students to continue to work during their studies [...] prerequisite sciences registrants must have completed a minimum of two years (10 full courses, 60 credit hours) towards a bachelor’s degree [...] general chemistry serves as a foundation both for subsequent prerequisite sciences courses and for the ND program [...] students enrolled in prerequisite sciences at CCNM are bound by the academic policies and student code of conduct as outlined in the Academic Calendar [...] NPLEX is the standard examination used by all licensing jurisdictions for naturopathic physicians in North America. It includes five basic science exams (anatomy, physiology, pathology, immunology, biochemistry and microbiology) that are taken after the first two years of naturopathic medical school. The clinical science examinations are taken following graduation (after the fourth year of school). They include: physical, clinical, and lab diagnosis, diagnostic imaging, botanical medicine, clinical nutrition, physical medicine, homeopathy, psychology, emergency medicine and pharmacology. Individual jurisdictions may require additional examinations in minor surgery and acupuncture before complete licensure";
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[in "Information for International Medical Graduates" (2018)]
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"the foundation for a successful career as a naturopathic doctor is gained through courses in [...] biomedical science [...] Dr. Ehab Mohammed, ND [...] Ehab has also published 33 scientific research articles in various medical journals";
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[in "Mind Body Spirit Summer 2014" (2018)]
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"David Lescheid [CCNM ND 2002...] much of the current science is supporting more traditional naturopathic medical practice [..] finally, I would recommend you learn about systems medicine and some of the recent scientific discoveries associated with this exciting field. There are remarkable recent changes in our scientific understanding that are completely validating traditional naturopathic medical concepts [...] Amber Moore, ND. Having always had a keen interest in the sciences, Amber";
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[in "Emunctorology: Bridging Science and Nature Cure" (2018)]
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"the scientific evidence base for this integrative multi-modality proposed clinical science of emunctorology has grown over recent years, validating what naturopathic doctors have known and applied conceptually and clinically for over a century. With medical science now ‘catching up,’ emunctorology is a proposed clinical science that supports the development of skills and expertise in integrative and cross-therapeutic naturopathic diagnostics, treatment, and clinical application of traditional naturopathic concepts. Learning objectives [...] to learn the scientific basis of emunctorology as a proposed clinical science [...] Stephen Myers is the foundation director of NatMed Research, the natural and complementary medicine research unit in the school of health and human sciences at Southern Cross University";
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[in "Tracy Malone, ND" (2013)]
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"a science-based approach that treats illness by using natural evidence based medicine";
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[in "Robert Schad Naturopathic Clinic" (2013)]
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"naturopathic medicine harnesses science to unleash nature's healing power";
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[in "Teaching Evidence Based Integrative Medicine" (2013)] 
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"introducing evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine: answering the challenge [...] appraising the evidence for papers on therapy [...] practicing evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) requires that practitioners develop an ability to understand and appropriately apply the results of published studies addressing questions related to their clinical practice";
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[in "Adjunctive Cancer Care Clinic" (2013)]
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 "complementary cancer care at the RSNC takes a holistic, or whole-person, approach to cancer care by using scientifically grounded, natural methods to strengthen the body's ability to heal itself";
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[in "Academic Calendar 2009-2010" (2013)]
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"prerequisite sciences [...] a message from the president [p.003...] naturopathic medicine is founded on the principle of healing through the co-operative power of nature. It involves harnessing science to unleash this healing power of nature [p.004...] the first year involves a comprehensive examination of the biomedical sciences that underlie the study of medicine. The second and third years focus increasingly on the clinical sciences and the modalities that constitute the tools of the profession [...] these principles underpin a complete, individualized and coordinated approach to health care that integrates modern scientific knowledge with traditional and natural forms of medicine [p.005...] naturopathic doctor's oath.  I dedicate myself to the service of humanity as a practitioner of the art and science of naturopathic medicine [p.006...] the ND program is broadly composed of three main areas of study: the biomedical sciences, the clinical sciences, and the art and practice of naturopathic medicine [p.009...] the curriculum in the first year of the naturopathic program concentrates on the biomedical sciences and also introduces students to naturopathic philosophy. The second year focuses on the clinical sciences [p.011...] some prerequisite sciences courses can be completed at CCNM [p.014...] doctor of naturopathic medicine diploma program objectives [...] integrate biomedical with clinical science knowledge in the assessment, diagnosis and management of patients [p.041...] the ND program is broadly composed of three main areas of study: the biomedical sciences, the clinical sciences and the art and practice of naturopathic medicine [...] the biomedical sciences [...] the clinical sciences segment of the curriculum thoroughly prepares students to educate patients and the public in health promotion and disease prevention. [p.042...] BAS=basic sciences [...] CLS clinical science [p.047...] BAS205 Microbiology [...] this course stresses the integration of scientific information [p.051...] NPH402 Integrated Clinical Studies II [...] the core content is the art and science of naturopathic clinical practice [...] a thoughtful integration of biomedical sciences [p.059...] prerequisite sciences [...] CCNM requires applicants to have completed several courses in pre-medical sciences to be eligible for admission into the full-time doctor of naturopathic medicine (ND) program [...] prerequisite sciences are offered twice per year [p.060...] physiology will be offered as a prerequisite science course in spring 2010 [...] general chemistry serves as a foundation both for subsequent prerequisite sciences courses and for the ND program [p.061...] the course will increase the students’ scientific understanding of human nature [p.062...] prerequisite sciences course: general chemistry, organic chemistry, biochemistry, biology, psychology [p.064...] NPLEX (Naturopathic Physicians Licensing Examination) [...] it includes five basic science exams (anatomy, physiology, pathology, immunology, biochemistry, and microbiology) that are taken after the first two years of naturopathic medical school. The clinical science examinations are taken following graduation (after the fourth year of school) [p.067]";
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[in "NPLEX 1 Prep Course - May 5 - 8, 2012" (2013)] 
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"basic science review outline [...] basic science reviews given at ND schools follow the following format [...] information based on learning content areas and seventeen years teaching and writing board exam questions will be given in the following basic medical science areas [...] based on the change by NABNE to an integrated case-based basic science examination these five topics will be integrated [...] they are intended to form a core of information from which the student can focus their study for the basic science NPLEX board exams";
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[in "Ottawa Integrative Cancer Centre and Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation Collaborate on Whole-Person Cancer-care Education"(2012)]
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"the Ottawa Integrative Cancer Centre is a not-for-profit cancer care and research center with a mission to deliver whole-person care that includes scientifically grounded evidence-informed complementary medicine";
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