By Catherine Zollman, Andrew J. Vickers, Janet Richardson
This revised and up to date version of the ABC of Complementary medication bargains an authoritative advent to complementary treatments. Taking an self sustaining perspective, neither selling nor disparaging complementary treatments, this moment version comprises the most recent details on efficacy of remedies and offers a brand new emphasis on sufferer administration. The ABC of Complementary drugs is a useful advisor to any health practitioner who encounters complementary drugs in scientific perform.
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Org • Society of Homeopaths: mainly for non-medically qualiﬁed homeopaths 11 Brookﬁeld, Duncan Close, Moulton Park, Northampton NN3 6WL, UK. Tel: 0845 450 6611; fax: 0845 450 6622; URL: http://www. org 32 ABC of Complementary Medicine that is working to establish a single UK register for homeopaths who are not on other statutory registers. The Society of Homeopaths is currently the longest established and largest of the professional associations on the council. The Faculty of Homeopaths maintains a register of healthcare professionals who are statutorily registered, including medical homeopaths.
ABC of Complementary Medicine by Catherine Zollman, Andrew J. Vickers, Janet Richardson