Description: These lectures will enable you to consolidate your knowledge of medical sciences and naturopathic protocols; aiming to assist you in solving problems, emulating the methods used by naturopaths and herbalists in their own clinics. Focusing on those health complaints commonly encountered in early practice. This subject involves a considerable amount of home study.
Self-Directed Learning: Components of this unit require self-directed study where students will perform research and or set tasks followed by reviews promoting learning, engagement, debate and group discussion.
Assessment (indicative only): This unit of study is assessed via assignments throughout the year.
Pre-requisites: Anatomy & Physiology Body Structure; Anatomy & Physiology Body Systems; Integrative Anatomy & Physiology; Symptomatology, Diagnosis & Pathology 1; Foundations of Nutrition; Communicate with Clients; Communicate in Health; Principles of Micronutrients; Herbal Medicine 1A, 1B & 1C Materia Medica
Co-requisites: Herbal Therapeutics 2; For students completing the Advanced Diploma of Int. Natural Health, Naturopathic Diagnosis is also a co-requisite