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"{Sept. 2005, vol. 06 iss. 09}]
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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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Alternative Medicine Review states:
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[in "Naturopathic Medicine and Type 2 Diabetes: A Retrospective Analysis From an Academic Clinic"{per Bradley, R. (? ?), Oberg, E.B. (? ?)}{03-2006}]
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"the Bastyr Center for Natural Health (BCNH). 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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Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine states:
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[per Pizzorno, J. (ND NCNM) {he's on staff as an editor}]
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[rather overarching luminary decreeing vitalism and spiritism, amongst other scientifically discarded notions contained within the naturopathic tenets, are SCIENCE-BASED and SCIENTIFIC; what's next? -- naturopathic satellite maps of Santa's Secret Workshop? detailed naturopathic blueprints of the Easter Bunny's Stronghold? neo-geocentrism? how about something practical and actual, a 'vital-force-o'-meter'! oh, that's right, for some reason naturo.s have ALREADY DECIDED VFS and spiritism are actual WITHOUT physical data to ascribe that ideological premise - per a 'science is what you decree,' 'science delimited' 'supernatural science' - to allow for anything of the idealistic and supernatural 'naturopathic' to be science-based and scientific (pseudoscience)]
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[Mar./Apr. 2005. vol. 11. no. 2]
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"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 [including vitalism, supernaturalism, teleology, bodymindspirit whatever, pantheism etc....per] 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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the Chronicle of Higher Education states:
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[in “A Non-Traditional Approach: Bastyr U. Teaches ‘Science-Based Natural Medicine’”{per Monaghan, P. (? ?)}{12-13-1996]
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per title;
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[in "Position: Vice President for Academic Affairs"{03-12-2007}]
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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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Complementary Health Practice Review states:
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[in "Naturopathic Medical Education: Where Conventional, Complementary, and Alternative Medicine Meet" {per Kim, L. (ND ?) [SCNMHS research assistant], Mittman, P. (ND ?) [SCNMHS president & ceo], Poorman, D. (PhD ?) [SCNMHS chief academic officer]}{vol. 7, no. 2, pp.099-109, winter 2001}]
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"[per] 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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[in “Diffusion of Naturopathic State Licensing in the United States and Canada” {per Albert, D.P. (? ?) Butar, F.B. (? ?) }{vol.9, no.3, 193-207; 11-2004}]
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"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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