Saturday, June 03, 2017

I.03.a.8. - N-New - Nebraska, Nevada, New Brunswick, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Newfoundland & Labrador

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Nebraska
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Nevada
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the New Brunswick Association of Naturopathic Doctors states:
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[in "About Naturopathic Medicine"]
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"naturopathic medicine [...] medicine is a [...] science [...] a naturopathic doctor blends modern clinical sciences with traditional healing practices [...] training to become an ND includes the prerequisite three years of university premedical sciences courses. The four year full time ND program at an accredited college includes the human medical sciences";
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[in "Education"]
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"after completing a pre-med degree, naturopathic medical students attend a four-year, accredited naturopathic medical school. The curriculum includes basic, medical, and clinical sciences";
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the New Brunswick Association of Naturopathic Doctors states:
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[re-searched 2017-05]
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[in 'homepage' (2017)]
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"naturopathic medicine [...] is the art and science of disease diagnosis, treatment and prevention using natural therapies and substances [...] a naturopathic doctor blends modern clinical sciences with traditional healing practices";
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[in "About Naturopathic Medicine" (2017)]
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"naturopathic medicine [...] is the art and science of disease diagnosis, treatment and prevention using natural therapies and substances";
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(for the archive.org history of this page, click here,
https://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.nband.ca/en/about.html)
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the [defunct] New Brunswick Naturopathic Doctors Association states:
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[re-searched 2017-05]
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[in "About Naturopathic Medicine" (2007)]
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"medicine is [...] the art and science of disease diagnosis, treatment and prevention [...] a naturopathic doctor blends modern clinical sciences with traditional healing practices [...] training to become an ND includes the prerequisite three years of university premedical sciences courses";
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Newfoundland & Labrador
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the New Hampshire Association of Naturopathic Doctors states:
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[in "Proceedings Book NHAND 12th Annual Convention" (2014)]
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"Dr. Joseph Pizzorno is one of the world’s leading authorities on science-based natural medicine, a term he coined in 1978";
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[in "2014 NHAND Annual Conference November 14 - 15, 2014 Marriott Courtyard Nashua, NH Foundations: Science and Spirit" (2014)]
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"Science and Spirit [...] 4:45 – 5:45 Lise Alschuler, ND, FABNO Happiness: Applying the science and holism of Happiness to transform clinical practice";
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[in "Classical Homeopathy in Naturopathic Practice" (2009)]
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"homeopathy is the art and science of healing";
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[in "NHAND: Links and Resources" (2006)]
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"Bastyr University, located north of Seattle, Washington, is one of the world's leading academic centers for advancing knowledge in the natural health sciences";
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[in "NHAND: State of New Hampshire Statutes, Chapter 328-E: Naturopathic Health Care Practice" (2006)]
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"(1) the basic sciences program shall include in-depth study and courses on: a. human anatomy; b. physiology; c. biochemistry; d. pathology; e. pharmacology; and f. pharmacognosy; (2) a basic science program may also include, without limitation, courses in public health and naturopathic philosophy; (3) total hours in basic sciences shall be a minimum of 1000 clock hours, with 12 clock hours equal to one quarter credit, or equivalent semester credit; (4) the clinical sciences program shall include preparation of the student to diagnose the causes of human ailments and treat them using naturopathic medications and methods; (5) the clinical sciences program shall include: a. diagnostic courses, which shall include: 1. physical; 2. clinical; 3. laboratory; and 4. radiological; b. therapeutic courses, which shall include:1. botanical medicine; 2. homeopathy; 3. nutrition; 4. naturopathic physical medicine; and 5. psychological counseling; c. specialty courses, which shall include: 1. organ systems; 2. cardiology; 3. dermatology; 4. endocrinology; 5. eyes, ears, nose and throat; 6. gastroenterology; 7. orthopedics; 8. neurology; 9. gynecology; 10. natural childbirth; 11. obstetrics; 12. pediatrics; 13. geriatrics; 14. jurisprudence; and 15. medical emergencies. (6) A clinical sciences program may also include, without limitation, courses in acupuncture.(7) Total hours in clinical sciences shall be a minimum of 1200 clock hours with 12 clock hours equal to one quarter credit, or equivalent semester credit";
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[in "About NHAND" (2004)]
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"naturopathic physicians are the highest trained practitioners in the broadest scope of naturopathic medical modalities. In addition to the basic medical sciences";
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["About Naturopathic Health Care" (2004)]
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"naturopathic doctors are trained at accredited, four-year, post-graduate, residential naturopathic medical programs. The training consists of comprehensive study of the conventional medical sciences [...] the naturopathic medical profession’s infrastructure includes accredited educational institutions, professional licensing, national standards of practice, peer review, and a commitment to state-of-the-art scientific research";
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[defunct](for a youtube.com slideshow of this, click here {00.00.56-00.01.28},
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the State of New Mexico states:
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[in "Agency Bill Analysis"]
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“naturopathic medicine is defined by the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians [...] naturopathic medicine is distinguished by the principles which underlie and determine its practice. These principles are based upon the objective observation of the nature of health and disease, and are continually reexamined in the light of scientific advances. Methods used are consistent with these principles”;
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[in "Naturopathic Medicine Practice Act"{2005}]
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"NMHPC cites that: 'naturopathic medicine' is defined by the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians as: a distinct system of primary health care - an art, science, philosophy and practice of diagnosis, treatment and prevention of illness. The commission asserts that naturopathic medicine is distinguished by the principles which underlie and determine its practice and that these principles are based upon the objective observation of the nature of health and disease, and are continually reexamined in the light of scientific advances";
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the New York Association of Naturopathic Physicians states:
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the NYS ND licensure PAC is https://www.facebook.com/NDS4NYS;
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[in "Naturopathic Doctors Versus MDs and DOs" (2014)]
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"are basic medical science classes taken?  Yes [...] are clinical medical science classes taken? Yes [...] NPLEX: Part 1 – Basic sciences, Part 2- Clinical sciences (http://nabne.org) [...] science education";
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[in "Speakers" (2014)]
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"a scientific model of breathing therapy called Buteyko [...] Bastyr University, one of the leading centers for science-based natural medicine";
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[in "Naturopathic Medicine: A Holistic Profession You Need to Know About" (2013)]
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"just as MDs and DOs do, naturopathic doctors take four or five years of graduate-level classes in medical sciences [...] I am recommending techniques and substances that have a good body of scientific evidence";
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[in "Fall Conference Talk Descriptions" (2013)]
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"Hana Solomon, ND: Science of Nasal Irrigation";
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[in "2013 Expanded Schedule with Lecture Descriptions" (2013)]
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"examine scientific research informing the testing, diagnosis and treatment provided by two standards of care";
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[in "Memorandum in Support: Licensure of Naturopathic Doctors S1803 LaValle / A1937 Hoyt" (2013)]
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"using science-based natural therapies, naturopathic doctors practice [etc.]";
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[in "The Biggest Quack School in Natural Medicine Closes" by Lange, A. (ND Bastyr 1984) (2012)]
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"a licensed naturopathic physician (N.D.) attends a four-year graduate-level naturopathic medical school and is educated in all of the same basic sciences as an M.D.";
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[in "Preventing Chronic Diseases through State Licensure of Naturopathic Medicine" by Serena Goldstein (2012)]
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[S.G. is apparently a second year student at NCNM 2011-05, see http://www.naturopathicstudent.org/national-college-natural-medicine]
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"'magic bullets' are drugs created by scientists who search for a molecule that could cure a (usually deadly) disease [...] applicants to naturopathic medical school need to complete the given basic science prerequisites, which consist of completing a year of general chemistry, general biology, organic chemistry, and physics with lab. In the U.S., naturopathic physicians and conventional physicians also require, in addition to the sciences, pathology, patient evaluation, and profession-specific clinical intervention training, although some variation exists within both programs in terms of quality and quantity of exposure [...and] social science [...] the Naturopathic Physicians Licensing Examination (NPLEX) includes a basic sciences examination and clinical examinations [...] # of hours of basic and clinical sciences [...] conventional medical schools [...] 1524 [...] 4-year naturopathic medical schools [...] 1535 [...] scientists develop clinical trials only after testing therapies on animals to determine any potential toxicity, and then proceed to test treatments [...] despite scientific trials and studies to prove the legitimacy of their research, people will still seek alternative medicine regardless of whether or not studies declare it unsafe. Statistically, there is always a possibility that scientific research of a treatment could yield effective results due to either a fluke or an actual effect [...] patients judge their quality of treatment based upon the physician’s behavior towards them, instead of a scientific study [...] the effectiveness of alternative medicine can be difficult to establish because it is based upon someone’s subjective experience and not the scientific method [...] licensing and acknowledging alternative medicine may place its therapies at the same standard of pharmaceuticals (already a type of comfort zone in prescribing based upon scientific evidence of clinical trials) and encourage doctors to be more at ease [...] medical doctors and those working in the allopathic health care field are likely to be critical of naturopathic medicine because a lot of the modalities and treatments are not scientifically proven. Ms. Manthy and Dr. Rice, however, bridge the gap between the allopathic and naturopathic worlds by placing the importance of healing the patient over a priority for scientific studies [...] a probable cause of revoking licensure was the rise of 'scientific medicine' [...] the benefit of visiting a N.D., on the other hand, is that their training in conventional sciences [...] if other physicians can practice alternative care, which seems to be the controversial factor because a lot of the methods are not scientifically proven [...] both schools have many of the same classes (usually in core sciences) [...] currently, students and faculty at National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) in Portland, Oregon are trying to get the opportunity to go on rounds with other third and fourth year allopathic medical students from Oregon Health and Sciences University (OHSU) [...] conventional medical practice demands proof of vitamin C’s benefits, although science works by showing ideas are wrong, since there is no such thing as a scientific proof. Yet innovation can always be stifled with a claim that there isn’t any scientific proof, regardless of the strength of the evidence [...] even without being a physician, his reputation for scientific knowledge and insight drew respect from the allopathic medical community [...] the public and medical and science establishments dismissed his qualifications as a medical authority [...] his mastery of mathematics, statistics, and scientific method was over-looked [...] he utilized the scientific method [...] Oregon Health Science University to assess naturopathic treatment for multiple sclerosis";
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[in "2012 Annual Conference Lecture Descriptions" (2012)]
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"the purpose of the presentation is to improve the ability of clinicians and students to evaluate scientific literature for clinical utility, and to increase confidence in performing in-office research";
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[in "Links - Schools" (2012)]
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"Bastyr University: Natural Health Sciences";
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[in "Learn About Naturopathic Medicine" (2012)]
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"in the United States, the naturopathic medical profession's infrastructure includes accredited educational institutions, professional licensing, national standards of practice, peer review, and a commitment to state-of-the-art scientific research [...] naturopathic medicine, as an organized profession, is committed to ongoing research and development of its science. It incorporates many elements of scientific modern medicine [...] naturopathic diagnosis and therapeutics are supported by scientific research";
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[in "Fall Conference Talk Descriptions" (2011)]
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"Hana Solomon, ND: Science of Nasal Irrigation";
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[in "Conference Schedule 2011" (2011)]
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"Jean-Jacques Duguoa, ND: 'Treating Pregnant Women from the 1st Trimester to Delivery: Clinical Pearls Based on the Best Scientific Evidence Available in 2011'";
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[in "2011 Speaker Overview" (2011)]
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"Dr. Brady is a licensed naturopathic physician, a chiropractic physician and a board certified clinical nutritionist. He is the vice provost of the Division of Health Sciences, the Director of the Human Nutrition Institute, and an associate professor of clinical sciences at the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut";
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[in "Dr. David M. Brady, ND, DC, CCN, DACBN" (2011)]
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"Dr. Brady is a licensed Naturopathic Physician, a Chiropractic Physician and a Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist. He is the Vice Provost of the Division of Health Sciences, the Director of the Human Nutrition Institute, and an Associate Professor of Clinical Sciences at the University of Bridgeport in Connecticut [...] Dr. Jean-Jacques Dugoua [...] Dr. JJ has many peer-reviewed scientific publications ";
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[in "Code of Ethics" (2011)]
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"the physician shall at all times seek to employ methods of therapy that are consistent with naturopathic medical philosophy, scientific principles and evidence [...] members shall continue to study, apply and advance scientific knowledge";
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[in "Benefit Analysis of Licensing Naturopathic Doctors - May 2011 - S1803/A1937 - Sponsored by Senator LaValle and Assembly Member Hoyt"]
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"naturopathy is a science-based health care practice";
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[in "NYANP 2009 Annual Conference 6-CD Set" (2009)]
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"naturopathic medicine makes use of time-tested, scientifically grounded, natural methods";
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[in "What Is A Naturopathic Doctor?"(2009-)]
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"naturopathic doctors are trained at accredited, four-year, post-graduate, residential naturopathic medical programs. The training consists of comprehensive study of the conventional medical sciences";
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[in "Time Is Now"(2009-03-22)]
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"[00.01.50] Dr. Robert Cannell, MD. Arizona State Senator [...] I'm an allopathic physician [00.01.55...] I've been to the school [SCNM], and sat in classes in the school. These are science-based classes [00.02.19]."
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[in "Naturopathic Medicine"(2004-]
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"the naturopathic medical profession’s infrastructure includes [...] a commitment to state-of-the-art scientific research [...] naturopathic medicine [...] is committed to ongoing research and development of its science [...] validated in many scientifically based professional journals [...] science of botanical medicine [...] naturopathic diagnosis and therapeutics are supported by scientific research drawn from peer-reviewed journals from many disciplines, including naturopathic medicine";
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[in "Fact Sheet on Naturopathic Medicine in New York" (2001)]
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"naturopathic physicians have doctorates of naturopathic medicine (N.D.) and have graduated from four-year, graduate level, federally accredited naturopathic medicine colleges [...] they study the same basic and clinical sciences as orthodox medical students as well as the full spectrum of natural medicines and therapies";
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[in "Related Links" (2001)]
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"Bastyr University: Natural Health Sciences";
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[orphaned stuff]
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[in “Bastyr Center for Natural Health: The Teaching Clinic For Bastyr University”]
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“Bastyr University […] the leading university for natural health sciences […] founded in 1978 by practicing naturopathic physicians, Bastyr University integrates the pursuit of scientific knowledge with the wisdom of ancient healing methods and traditional cultures […] its mission is to educate future leaders in the natural health sciences that integrate mind, body, spirit [!], and nature”;
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Newfoundland and Labrador:
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