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Course Outline

In our Student Guide, which you can order here, you’ll find loads of complementary informations about our online courses, such as this one – Medicines, Test & Emergencies (214). Once you planned your study schedule, you can start with Chapter 1 on Medication – the history and application of it all. Even, learn how medications are put on the market. You’ll have an overview of all the types of medication and learn the biological analyses. We leave nothing to chance : we want you to have as much information as you can manage in the course of your alternative medicine studies. This also means you need to learn about traditional medicine.

At the end of each chapter you’ll be able to complete some activities in order to make sure you understood well what you learn. At every step of the way, our teachers and tutors are here to help you with your doubts and questions!

In the following chapters you’ll deal with matters of Emergencies and First Aid Treatments. You’ll see examples of what to do in case of:

  • Traffic Accidents
  • Car Accidents
  • Drowning
  • Electrocution
  • Burns
  • Major Wounds
  • Fractures
  • Strains and Dislocations
  • Frostbite
  • Severed Limbs
  • Animal Bites and Stings

We also want you to learn about the Medical Consultation of any patient:

  • Interview Procedure
  • Clinical Examination
  • Recognizing an Emergency
  • Medical History
  • Surgical History
  • Family History
  • Current Medication
  • Lifestyle
  • The History of the Illness
  • Clinical Examination
  • Recognizing Serious Symptoms

And we’ll ask you to fill out a questionnaire of Serious Symptoms/Emergencies

The fifth chapter hits closer to home: we’ll delve into the different Complementary Tests in Naturopathy:

  • Indican Test
  • Oxidata Test
  • Acid-base Balance Test
  • Chemstrip Test
  • Allergy Tests
  • Food Intolerance Testing
  • ImuPro Test
  • Sulkowitch Test
  • Koenisburg Test
  • Zinc Evaluation
  • Bio-Electronic “Vincent” (BEV) Method

We’ll even give you a list of laboratories and how to do these tests (availability and parameters). You are not alone!

Of course, in conclusion you’ll learn how to be careful with interactions between medications and plants. The whole game for a natural health practitioner in alternative medicine is how to reconcile the traditional approach of our current health system with the holistic approach the AMCC teaches.