Sunday, August 26, 2007

Appendix I.04.01. - Naturo. Sci. Claim – Journals (A-C):

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Acupuncture Today states:
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[in "News in Brief -- Bastyr Hires New President" (2005)]
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“'I have always had a strong interest in holistic health care and believe the integration of mind-body-spirit promotes good health for both individuals and the community,' commented Dr. Church. 'Bastyr University is the leader in science-based natural medicine, and I am both honored and thrilled to help guide the university'”;
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[Sept. 2005, vol. 06 iss. 09]
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(click here,
(archived here,
(for the archive.org history of this page, click here,
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Alternative Medicine Review states:
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[in "Naturopathic Medicine and Type 2 Diabetes: A Retrospective Analysis From an Academic Clinic" (2006)]
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"[per Bradley, R. (? ?), Oberg, E.B. (? ?)] the Bastyr Center for Natural Health [...] BCNH is the principal teaching clinic for Bastyr University, a naturopathic medical school in Kenmore, WA. The BCNH facility provides science-based natural medicine care to more than 38,000 patients a year";
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{whole article begins at}(click here,
(archived here,
(for the archive.org history of this page, click here,
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Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine states:
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[Mar./Apr. 2005. vol. 11. no. 2]
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"[per Pizzorno, J. (ND NCNM) {he's on staff as an editor}] Pizzorno, ND, is President Emeritus, Bastyr University [...] in 1978, when we decided to create a new naturopathic medical school based on scientific principles, we decided to name it Bastyr University [...per] biomedical sciences [...and] researchers trained in both natural medicine and objective scientific exploration [...per] a scientific foundation for the philosophy and practice principles of the profession [...] codifying the body of knowledge and establishing science-based practice standards for the profession [...per] providing [...] an understanding of the science behind this practice [...per] the theoretical and scientific foundations of naturopathic clinical practice [...] human biochemistry and physiology, the understanding of which is critically important for effective naturopathic practice [...] a sound scientific foundation for naturopathic principles and practices [...] naturopathic practice, which in the past was primarily based only on philosophical principles and clinical observation, now enjoys a level of understanding and objective assessment that was never before possible";
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[in "Joseph Pizzorno, ND: Advancing the Field of Natural Medicine"]
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"Dr. Pizzorno is one of the world's leading authorities on science-based natural medicine [...] 'when I co-founded Bastyr in 1978 and become founding president, my goal was to create science-based natural medicine' [...] 'a science-based curriculum'";
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(click here,
(archived here,
(for the archive.org history of this page, click here,
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the American Society of Clinical Pathologists' "Laboratory Medicine" states:
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[in "Use of the Laboratory in Naturopathic Medicine" (2018)]
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"[via ND Carter (NDNM 1994) apparently for NCNM; for a bio. see NDNR 2008-01 GI article] naturopathic medicine is a distinct system of primary health care — an art, science, philosophy, and practice of diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of illness. Naturopathic medicine is distinguished by six principles that underlie and determine its practice [...] naturopathic medicine is a distinct system of primary health care, whose practice is based upon a philosophy of six principles. The principles, in turn, are based upon the objective observation of the nature of health and disease, and are continually reexamined in the light of scientific advances [...] the degree of doctor of naturopathic medicine requires graduate-level study in the medical sciences including the courses listed in the Table [...which is] graduate-level courses required for the doctor of naturopathic medicine degree: Basic science: anatomy biochemistry clinical and physical diagnosis immunology laboratory diagnosis microbiology pathology pharmacology physiology. Clinical science: cardiology drmatology gynecology minor surgery naturopathic therapeutics neurology obstetrics pediatrics radiology";
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[Laboratory Medicine Vol. 29 Iss. 2 1 Feb 1998 pp.97–101]
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[abstract](click here,
(archived here,
(for the archive.org history of this page, click here,
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[full article](click here,
a long long link)[saved 2018-01-31]
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BioMed Central BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine states:
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[in "Practice Patterns of Naturopathic Physicians: Results From a Random Survey of Licensed Practitioners in Two US States" (2018)]
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"{via ND Boon, Cherkin, Erro, Sherman, Milliman, Booker, Cramer, Smith, Deyo, Eisenberg} naturopathic medicine is defined by the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP) as: 'a distinct system of primary health care – an art, science, philosophy and practice of diagnosis, treatment and prevention of illness. Naturopathic medicine is distinguished by the principles upon which its practice is based. These principles are continually reexamined in the light of scientific advances. The techniques of naturopathic medicine include modern and traditional, scientific and empirical methods'";
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(BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2004, 4:14)
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(click here,
(archived here,
(for the archive.org history of this page, click here,
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the British Naturopathic Journal states:
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[in "Personalised Naturopathic Medicine: Is This The Way Forward For The Next Decade?" (2018)]
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"[via ND Greenfield] with genetic testing, orthodox medicine is moving towards a scientific understanding of the patient’s individuality, and naturopathic medicine must follow this example [...] a system that uses scientific measurements of individuality that can be carried out in the clinic while remaining true to core naturopathic concepts is The GenoType Diet, a therapeutic system devised by naturopathic physician Dr Peter D’Adamo";
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(click here,
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the Chronicle of Higher Education states:
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[in "Position: Vice President for Academic Affairs" (2007)]
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"Bastyr University, located in Seattle, Washington, is a regionally accredited, multi-disciplinary institution for higher education and research in the natural health sciences. It is the leading university for natural health sciences in the United States. Founded as a naturopathic medical school in 1978, enrollment now reaches 1200 students in a broad range of undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs in the natural health and applied behavioral sciences";
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(click here,
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[in "A Non-Traditional Approach: Bastyr U. Teaches ‘Science-Based Natural Medicine'"(1996)]
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[per Monaghan, P. (? ?)] per title;
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(click here,
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Complementary Health Practice Review states:
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[in "Naturopathic Medical Education: Where Conventional, Complementary, and Alternative Medicine Meet" (2001)]
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"[per Kim, L. (ND ?) SCNMHS research assistant; Mittman, P. (ND ?) SCNMHS president and ceo; Poorman, D. (PhD ?) SCNMHS chief academic officer] Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and Health Sciences [SCNMHS...] naturopathic doctors (NDs) graduate from a four-year in-residence, naturopathic medical program [...] the first two years focus on basic sciences [...] graduates take national board examinations in both basic and clinical sciences to become licensed [...] naturopathic medicine is a [...] science [...] to build this foundation, the curriculum includes conventional medical sciences [...] basic science and clinical courses taught at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine [...] the degree doctor of naturopathic medicine requires four years of graduate level study in the medical sciences at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and Health Sciences";
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[vol. 7, no. 2, pp.099-109, winter 2001]
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[for the abstract](click here, 
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[in "Diffusion of Naturopathic State Licensing in the United States and Canada" (2004)]
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"[per Albert, D.P. (? ?) Butar, F.B. (? ?) - not NDs] according to Bastyr University (2002) […] ‘naturopathic physicians cooperate with all other branches of medical science’ [p.194...] all states and provinces licensing NDs require the basic science and clinical science exams [p.195]";
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[vol.9, no.3, 193-207; 11-2004] 
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(click here,
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(for a digg.com social bookmark of this, click here,
http://digg.com/general_sciences/On_Naturopathy_Licensing_CHPR_v09no03_11_2004)
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