history and philosophy of naturopathic medicine course
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HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF NATUROPATHIC MEDICINE COURSE

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History and Philosophy of Naturopathic Medicine Curriculum

Naturopathic medicine has a rich history in Europe, specifically in Germany. Its roots are deep in the nature cure tradition, which used natural agents such as water, sunlight, fresh air, nutrition, rest, and exercise to promote optimal health and cure many conditions in patients. In Germany in the 1800’s, many of the nature cure doctors had no formal medical training.

The History and Philosophy of Naturopathic Medicine course consists of the following 12 lessons:

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History and Philosophy of Naturopathic Medicine course

 

 



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These are the specifications of the Da Vinci Institute of Holistic Medicine’s

History and Philosophy of Naturopathic Medicine course:

1. Awarding Institution / Body: Da Vinci Institute of Holistic Medicine
2. Teaching Institution: Online and distance learning, with tutor support
3. Programme Accredited by: School of Integrative and Complementary Medicine, University of America, USA
4. Final Award A compulsory course for the Bachelor’s degree in Naturopathy and Holistic Medicine
5. Programme title: History and Philosophy of Naturopathic Medicine
6. Course Code and level: BNHM6006
7. Duration of programme: One trimester or 12 weeks
8. Total number of study hours: Equivalent to 4 US credits or 60 clock hours of study
9. Enrollment requirements: Students enrolled in the Bachelor’s degree
10. Enrollment date: First year, second trimester
11. Fees: Full payment: €280 Euros; Installment plan: €98 per month for 3 monthly payments.

 

History and Philosophy of Naturopathic Medicine Curriculum

Naturopathic medicine has a rich history in Europe, specifically in Germany. Its roots are deep in the nature cure tradition, which used natural agents such as water, sunlight, fresh air, nutrition, rest, and exercise to promote optimal health and cure many conditions in patients. In Germany in the 1800’s, many of the nature cure doctors had no formal medical training.

The History and Philosophy of Naturopathic Medicine course consists of the following 11 lessons:

Lesson 1 – Introductory Background and History

Lesson 2 – A Review of the Pioneers – Part 1

  • Vincent Priessnitz
  • Johann Schroth
  • H. Rausse

Lesson 3 – A Review of the Pioneers – Part 2

  • Theodor Hahn
  • Arnold Rikli

Lesson 4 – A Review of the Pioneers – Part 3

  • Sebastian Kneipp
  • Louis Kuhne
  • Adolf Just

Lesson 5 – A Review of the Pioneers – Part 4

  • Emanuel Felke
  • Heinrich Lahmann
  • Ernst Schweninger
  • Franz Schonenberger
  • Alfred Brauchle
  • Benedict Lust

Lesson 6 – A Review of the Pioneers – Part 5

  • Louisa Lust
  • Henry Lindlahr
  • Otis George Carroll

Lesson 7 – A Review of the Pioneers – Part 6

  • James C. Thomson
  • Stanley Lief

Lesson 8 – A Review of the Pioneers – Part 7

  • Arno Rudolph Koegler
  • Joseph A. Boucher
  • John Bastyr

Lesson 9 – Discussion of six cornerstones of optimum health

Lesson 10 – A Review of Evidence-Based Research

Lesson 11 – Conclusions




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