Thursday, December 25, 2014

Appendix I.01.a5. - NCNM Science Claims:

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I.01.a8. National College of Naturopathic / Natural Medicine states:
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[in "A Framework for Action 2012–2017" (2014)]
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"by 2017, NCNM will be an institution of higher education providing graduate medical education in a variety of delivery formats [...] in the natural health sciences field with naturopathic medicine and classical Chinese Medicine as its core professional career disciplines [...] providing leadership in research training and research projects in the natural health science fields in North America [...] NCNM will be nationally and internationally known for its commitment to natural health science education [...] NCNM will be the pace-setting national resource supporting the accreditation of natural health sciences programs[...] such a curriculum, alluded to above, teaches students the relevant basic science, followed by the relevant applied science [...] naturopathic physicians John Bastyr, Bill Mitchell and Gordon Smith shifted things a bit three decades ago when they posited that we have to present ourselves not only as the custodians of traditional practice and philosophy, but also as 'rigorous practitioners of a science-based professional knowledge' [...] in the wake of this scientific approach to naturopathic medicine [...] a national leadership role in professional higher education as a private natural medicine and health sciences college [...] rigorous scientific research of naturopathic and Chinese medicine provides clinicians and educators with tools, data and information to improve clinical practice [...] continuously building the scientific evidence for naturopathic and Chinese medicine modalities";
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[in "NCNM to Recognize Dr. Les Griffith for Outstanding Service" (2014)]
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"his leadership has greatly advanced the profession of science-based natural medicine [...] the science of natural medicine";
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[in "Science of Homeopathy" (2014)]
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"homeopathy, the 'energy medicine' is a branch of medical science based on the principle that disease can be cured by strengthening the body's defense mechanism with substances selected for their energy giving properties";
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[in "Blood Sugar and Insulin Stabilization" (2014)]
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"Dr. Joseph E. Pizzorno is one of the world’s leading authorities on science-based natural medicine [...] for his 'decades of work establishing the scientific and educational foundation of natural medicine' [...] he travels worldwide, consulting, lecturing and promoting science-based natural medicine and collaborative healthcare [...] science-based, artificial intelligence aided advice systems";
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[in "Principles of Healing" (2011)]
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"the practice of naturopathic medicine emerges from six principles of healing. These principles are based on the objective observation of the nature of health and disease and are examined continually in light of scientific analysis [...] with the age of scientific inquiry [...] our mission is to educate and train physicians, practitioners and pre-professionals in the art, science and research of natural medicine";
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[in "2009-2010 Viewbook" (2009)]
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"our mission: to educate and train physicians and practitioners in the art and science of natural medicine [p.003...] Master of Science in Oriental Medicine (MSOM) [...] NCNM, in partnership with the Oregon Health & Science University [...] students learn to understand Western scientific knowledge from a classical Chinese perspective and come to appreciate that Chinese medicine is itself a profound science [...] Master of Science in Oriental Medicine. The Master of Science in Oriental Medicine [...] a holistic Chinese medicine education in Western medical sciences [...] naturopathic medicine is a [...] science [...] 'my passion is integrating traditional naturopathic philosophy and treatments with the latest scientific advances and evidence' — Dr. Rich Barrett [...] our faculty members are talented and eclectic physicians, practitioners and scientists [...] our teaching staff publish books, scientific papers [...] ND Prerequisites [...] General Chemistry with lab, two courses required (science-major level); Organic Chemistry, two courses required (science-major level) OR Organic Chemistry, one course required; and Biochemistry, one course required (science-major level) [...] General Biology with lab Two courses required (science-major level). Must cover cellular biology";
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[in "Principles of Healing" (2008)]
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"the practice of naturopathic medicine emerges from six principles of healing. These principles are based on the objective observation of the nature of health and disease and are examined continually in light of scientific analysis. These principles stand as the distinguishing marks of the profession [...] with the age of scientific inquiry [...] students must pass all basic sciences";
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[thus, the distinguishing mark of this so-called profession -- ultimately -- is to unlimit science to minimally now call vitalism, teleology-finalism, and metaphysical-holism supernatural spiritism {their belief in a 'purposeful life spirit', body mind spirit etc.; that is, the science-ejected} -- 'science'; to unlimit science to the extent that the scientific, the science-ejected, and the nonscientific are the same thing]
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[in "Helfgott Research Institute at National College of Natural Medicine" (2007)]
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"the National College of Natural Medicine is committed to using a science-based curriculum to train naturopathic physicians and Chinese medicine practitioners";
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[in "Catalog 2004-2005" (2004)]
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"mission statement [...] to educate and train physicians and practitioners in the art and science of natural medicine [p.002...] master of science in oriental medicine degree (MSOM) [x2 p.003...] ND course description [...] basic sciences [...] diagnostic science [...] naturopathic clinical sciences [...] basic and clinical sciences [p.005...] scientific research [p.007...] letter from the provost [...] we pursue our mission: 'to educate and train physicians and practitioners in the art and science of natural medicine' [p.010...] naturopathic medicine [...] an art, science [...] scientific inquiry [p.014...] the practice of naturopathic medicine emerges from six principles of healing. These principles are based on the objective observation of the nature of health and disease and are examined continually in light of scientific analysis [p.015...] students must pass all basic sciences [p.019...] basic sciences. The basic science courses involve an in-depth study of the structure and function of the human body from the gross anatomical to the microscopic and molecular levels [...] basic science clinical correlations [...] how the basic sciences of anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry are used to understand actual clinical cases [p.020...] the ND program integrates botanical treatment in clinical science courses [...the] scientific use of plants are explained [p.021...] basic science courses [p.023...] diagnostic science. The clinical science courses teach the knowledge and techniques necessary to understand and diagnose disease [p.024...] students will be exposed to the latest scientific evidence in the field of natural medicine [p.026...] naturopathic clinical sciences [p.032...] master of science in oriental medicine [...] this challenging system of thought [...] the art and science of a medicine [...] this course of study will take you outside the Western concept of science [...] the art and science of Chinese medicine [...] holistic life science [...] cultivate respect for Oriental medicine as an independent science that has its own parameters [sui generis] and does not require validation by other scientific systems [p.038...] traditional arts and sciences [p.039...] basic and clinical sciences [...] basic sciences [...] clinical science [p.040...] the science of Chinese herb prescribing [p.047...] this course introduces students to and common principles that underlie all traditional nature sciences [...] the quantum cosmology of modern physics and other contemporary sciences [p.049...] the art and science of Oriental medicine [p.051...] the scope of science and medicine [p.56...] a strong preparation in the sciences [...] philosophy of science [p.057...] science prerequisites [p.058...] modern medical education [p.059] requires the accumulation of scientific knowledge [p.060...] NCNM's programs in naturopathic medicine and classical Chinese medicine blend ancient healing wisdom with cutting edge science [p.075...] the art and science of natural medicine [p.076...] naturopathic medicine [...] an art, science [p.078...] the practice of naturopathic medicine emerges from six principles of healing. These principles are based on the objective observation of the nature of health and disease and are examined continually in light of scientific analysis [p.079...] basic sciences [p.083...] this course of study will take you outside of the Western concept of science [p.084...] the art and science of Chinese medicine [...] holistic life science [...] an independent science that has its own parameters [sui generis] and does not require validation by other scientific systems [p.085]";
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