The Chinese Medicine Board of Australia is planning to hold a number of information sessions around Australia in late February 2012.
The Chinese Medicine Board of Australia has released another communiqué dated 17th November 2011.
The Chinese Medicine Board of Australia advised ANTA of a link to the Consultation Paper released by the CMBA on the 21st November 2011.
The Chinese Medicine Board of Australia releases a Communiqué
In November 2011, HBA, MBF & Mutual Community will join together to become Bupa.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is a science dating back thousands of years. This medical science is based on the understanding of the energetic make up of the body.
The Board will undertake wide-ranging consultation on proposals that affect the profession.
On page 42 of the consultation document (within the draft standard for grandparenting) there is a reference to a discussion paper which is not included.
For the large majority of persons with early or no AMD, there is no recognized means of disease prevention other than avoiding cigarette smoking.
The prestigious Tianjin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine has appointed Sydney-based integrative oncology expert, Dr. Daniel Weber PhD MSc, as visiting Professor to their Medical School.
The Chinese Medicine Board of Australia (the Board) has released a consultation paper on proposed registration standards...
You are invited to participate in a research project entitled, “Chinese medicine in Australia – nature of practice and the perspectives of practitioners”
Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) possesses anti-inflammatory properties, making it an excellent choice for migraine relief.
SCU are seeking input from people in the complementary and alternative medicine profession as to whether they would be interested in further education in naturopathy at a postgraduate level.
Download the Australian Health Workforce Ministerial Council’s official Communique appointing the next four National boards.
Established as the most widely used reference in the field, Law and Ethics in Complementary Medicine is a comprehensive handbook for professionals, students and researchers.
On the 30th June 2011 the Manchester Unity health fund was merged into HCF.
How do we learn? How should we teach? How do we overcome adversity and disability? How should we live our lives? Join world leaders in science, education, psychology and the arts in exploring these profound questions at Mind & Its Potential 2011.
The Australian Government is establishing a new national regulatory and quality agency for higher education, the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA).
Work is progressing in preparation for the integration of Chinese Medicine into the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme (NRAS) on the 1st July 2012.
Naturopath and long-standing member of ANTA, Amie Steel, travelled to the 6th International Congress on Complementary Medicine Research in Chengdu, China on the 3rd May, 2011.
Chinese herbal medicine is a natural alternative for hair restoration, gray hair reversal and/or overcoming the health disorders that often result in thinning hair.
From tomorrow, EU citizens can be reassured that the traditional herbal medicines they buy in the EU are safe and effective.
From the 1st July 2011, the responsibility for regulating Vocational Education & Training (VET) will transfer to the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA).
ANTA is pleased to announce the 10 recipients of bursary awards for 2010/2011. Each of the recipients receive a cheque for $1,000.00.
On the 28th February 2011, the AHMAC released a consultation paper “Options for the regulation of unregistered practitioners”. The purpose of the consultation paper is to gather information and views...
Cold and flu season is upon us. Traditional Chinese Medicine has effective time-tested techniques which boost immunity and protect us from colds or the flu.
The eligibility of specific ingredients, including herbal extracts, for use in listed medicines is determined by the TGA. Herbal ingredients used in registered medicines are evaluated as part of the application for approval of the medicine.
The Therapeutic Goods Advertising Code Council (TGACC) are holding seminars nationally to provide information on advertising Therapeutic Goods to Consumers.
National registration for Chinese Medicine will commence on the 1st July 2012 and ANTA has been participating on the Project team
The healing capacity of green tea has been understood and cultivated by the Chinese for more than 5,000 years.
Important information about government grants you may be entitled to.
The Victoria Bushfire Appeal Fund Advisory Panel has allocated $1 million to establish the Bushfire Recovery Wellness Voucher Program.
The Review was announced by the Parliamentary Secretary for Health and Ageing, the Hon Catherine King MP on 16 November 2010. The purpose of the Review is to improve the TGA's transparency.
As the community starts to return to work, many operations are faced with considerable challenges in restoring a ‘business as usual’ environment. For some this may take months, if not longer, to achieve.
After over-indulging, many people think of going on a detox for a week or so, with the thought that they will go right back to eating whatever they like right after that.
Homeopathy is an ancient idea, recognised by keen observers of nature. Hippocrates, the father of medicine, was born around 460 BC. He recognised that diseases come from natural sources, rather than the superstitious sources popular at the time.
Herbal remedies such as ginger and peppermint tea are some of the most commonly recommended natural solutions for nausea during pregnancy.
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