Education

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The Australian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine

is a post-graduate medical college established in the early 1980s. It is independent of all governments, government agencies and other organizations and relies on no other body for funding. It is a non-profit organization, funded from membership fees, subscriptions, courses and other programs, book sales and donations. The College is set up as an incorporated association.

The College conducts post-graduate Courses and workshops for medical doctors in the application of the principles of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine. The intensive, residential course can be taken in isolation or as an entry into the Colleges Fellowship Program.

For full details about the courses and programs -

Contact:  Stephen Penmen CEO or Michelle Bradford

T: +61 03 9597 0363  F: +61 03 9597 0383   E: [email protected]         

 

 

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The University of Sydney, Faculty Of Pharmacology

Contact :  Professor Iqbal Ramzan, dean; Prof Basil Roufogalis, George Li

Master of Herbal Medicines – a one to two years full-time or part-time equivalent.

Mode of delivery: face-to-face contact

Graduate Diploma in Herbal Medicines - Grad.Dip.H.M.

 

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The University of New England

Contact: Assoc Prof Kerry Bone: [email protected]

Graduate Diploma Health Science (herbal medicine)

A two-year + one extra year for Masters.

Two units per semester, by distance education and can be completed in longer

time-frame.

Summary: 8 units for Grad Dip and 4 units for Master program.

 

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Monash University

Contact person: Dr Craig Hassed:

Short certificate course by distance education that will provide 4 credit points towards a Diploma of Family Medicine:

Stress Management – Mind Body Medicine.

Mode Of Delivery:   On-line course.

T:             +61 3 8575 2222

E: [email protected]

 

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RMIT University

Contact :   Prof Marc Cohen, Dr Leslie Braun

Post graduate course at RMIT relevant to medical practitioners include:

  • Graduate Diploma Acupuncture
  • Masters Acupuncture
  • Masters Chinese Herbal Medicine
  • Masters Chinese Medicine
  • Graduate Certificate Musculoskeletal Management
  • Graduate Diploma Musculoskeletal Management
  • Masters Musculoskeletal Management
  • Graduate Certificate Nutrition Medicine
  • Intro to wellness and CAM
  • Herbs and supplements
  • Integrative Eastern and western anatomy
  • Wellness assessment
  • Intro to CM and Health Enhancement
  • Food as medicine long course
  • Food as medicine short course

RMIT, School of Health Sciences

Contact details:    Telephone+61 3 9925 7395   Fax +61 3 9925 6539
E-mail [email protected]

 

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National Institute of Integrative Medicine

The National Institute of Integrative Medicine (NIIM) offers an online Short Course in Complementary Medicine which has been designed for people working in the healthcare environment (including pharmacy assistants and pharmacists, health store sales assistants, hospital and medical administration staff) as well as general public. NIIM will shortly be launching a new, online Short Course in Integrative Medicine, designed for doctors and allied health practitioners for continuing professional development (CDP points may apply).

See: https://www.niim.com.au/education for more information, or contact[email protected]

 

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Southern Cross University

Herbal Medicine course

Contact:    Professor Stephen Myers, Dr Hans Wohlmuth

Mode Of Delivery: on line

School of Health and Human Sciences

61 2 6626 9585
T             61 2 6620 3022
E: [email protected]

 

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