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Ayurvedic Medicine

I need Select an alternative medical system, which is Ayurvedic medicine and do the following: 1) Explain the historical development and evolution of the medical system. 2) Define the philosophy of the medical system.

Why is there relatively little research in the various CAM therapies?

A. Why is there relatively little research in the various CAM therapies? b. Sometimes a practitioner or company will give customer testimonials on the effectiveness of a product or treatment. Why is this evidence not reliable from a scientific perspective? c. Analyze the government's current role in the regulation of

Ethics & The Uninsured

Use the following ethical & philosophical systems below to define an ethical approach to providing medical care to the uninsured. Kantian Ethics - First Principles Natural Law -Teleological Ethics - Purpose and Nature of Things Utilitarianism or Consequential Ethics - Outcomes are Determinative Relativism - It all dep

Alternative Medicine

Who or what regulates the practice of CAM or oversees the care delivered by various CAM practitioners? What is the difference between a healthcare license and being "certified" in some specialty? Who can provide a license? Who can provide "certification"? What important implications does all of this have for consumers

Alternative Medicine

Define Complementary, Alternative, and Integrative Medicine. Then identify three factors that are promoted in the popularity and use of CAM as well as three factors that are hindering the acceptance of CAM in the United States. Finally, address your current knowledge of, opinion toward, and comfort level with CAM.

Health care law and ethics

In the mid 1970s, a nursing educator in Idaho had contact, through a student, with a female client who had chronic myelogenous leukemia. This form of leukemia can often be managed for years with little or no chemotherapy. The woman had done well for about twelve years and ascribed her good condition to health foods and a strict

Alternative Health Care Delivery Systems

I need some information and ideas for this assignment: 1. Investigate alternative health care delivery systems related to a safety net organization such as holistic health, herbal medicine, etc., and prepare an 8-10 slide PowerPoint presentation with speaker notes that provides an overview of one of these systems and how the

Survey of Alternative Medicine

I need help describing five categories of therapies as defined by the National Institutes of Health and the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine and I also need help specifing to which category the selected therapy belongs. There isn't many sources out there..... I need to also explain the philosophy, pu

Alternative Medicine Proposal

Develop a proposal for an insurance company to convince them that they should cover services provided by Naturopathic and Homeopathic doctors. Your proposal should be a minimum of 4 pages (double space) and include the following: A description of naturopathy and homeopathy and known benefits. The specific medical condition

Alternative Medicines

Write a comparison of the therapies used in India, Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine. Must be at least 2 double spaced pages. 1. India: Chakras, Ayurveda, Aromatheraphy 2. Chinese: Accupuncture, Herbology 3. Western: Flower Essences, ect.` I need at least two pages of information on the above therapies. Thank you

Healthcare Ethics

In the mid 1970s, a nursing educator in Idaho had contact, through a student, with a female client who had chronic myelogenous leukemia. This form of leukemia can often be managed for years with little or no chemotherapy. The woman had done well for about twelve years and ascribed her good condition to health foods and a strict

Nurse Role and Acting as a Patient Advocate

In the mid 1970's, a nursing educator in Idaho had contact, through a student, with a female client who had chronic myelogenous leukemia. This form of leukemia can often be managed for years with little or no chemotherapy. The woman had done well for about twelve years and ascribed her good condition to health foods and a strict