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Masters in Alternative Medicine in England United Kingdom

Alternative medicine courses may teach students about a variety of medical therapies that are not considered standards in the medical profession. Students who seek higher education in preventing and healing disease may be perfect for this type of program.

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Abingdon, United Kingdom

The McTimoney College of Chiropractic is part of BPP University’s School of Health and the College is managed and operated by BPP University on behalf of the McTimoney Trust. ... +

The McTimoney College of Chiropractic is part of BPP University’s School of Health and the College is managed and operated by BPP University on behalf of the McTimoney Trust. Awarded by BPP University, the Masters in Chiropractic (MChiro) programme is recognised by the General Chiropractic Council as a pathway for acceptance onto the Register of Chiropractors. It is also recognised by the European Council on Chiropractic Education (ECCE). -
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London, United Kingdom

This full-time undergraduate programme equips students with the underpinning knowledge, hands-on experience and multidisciplinary teamwork needed to be a competent osteopath, ... +

This full-time undergraduate programme equips students with the underpinning knowledge, hands-on experience and multidisciplinary teamwork needed to be a competent osteopath, and will enable graduating students to apply to the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) for registration and begin professional practice. -
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Abingdon, United Kingdom

The practice of paediatrics, regardless of professional discipline, is based on the dictum that children are unique individuals undergoing the process of human development and ... +

The practice of paediatrics, regardless of professional discipline, is based on the dictum that children are unique individuals undergoing the process of human development and not little adults. Paediatrics began to emerge as a medical specialty late in the nineteenth century in response to the growing appreciation that the health problems generally seen in children are different from those affecting the adult population. -
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