Complementary Medicine and Health

At tne end of the course, the student will be equipped with a breadth of knowledge to have a basic understanding and appreciation of various complementary medicine, as well as how to achieve and maintain good health. The knowledge brings about an open mind for critical thinking and further independent learning and inquiry, to discern facts from hearsay. Life long learning is emphasized. Major Topics: Introduction to complementary medicine. Basic principles, concepts and uses of Homeopathy, Aromatherapy, Herbal medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine (including acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine). Target students: Science students may register under PR1301 as faculty requirement and GEK1507 as GEM. Pharmacy students may register under PR1301 as free elective. All other students may register under GEK1507.

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