Integrative Medicine Fiat Lux

March 21, 2010 at 4:08 PM Leave a comment

Looking to learn more about Integrative Medicine? Try this fiat lux seminar!

Integrative Medicine: Current Topics in Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Class Listing: Neurobiology 19 – seminar 2
Instructor: Edwin Cooper
Wednesdays, 1-2:50 PM, BelAir Room, CHS 17-323

Course Description: Emphasis on evidence-based approaches. Includes discussions of ancient and modern practices and analyses focusing on Ayurveda (India), TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine), Kampo (Japan), TKM (Korea), Traditional Arabic and Islamic Medicine (TAIM) (Middle East), and Native American medicine (North America).

Course limited to 20 undergraduates and interested auditors

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