Doctor of Naturopathy and Holistic Medicine (D.N.HM)
This overview describes the Doctor of Naturopathy and Holistic Medicine degree which is designed so that students with an existing Master’s degree can continue their education to a Doctorate in Naturopathy and Holistic Medicine. The course has been accredited by the School of Integrative and Complementary Medicine, University of America, USA.
The Doctoral curriculum has been designed so that students can complete the degree in one year before moving seamlessly from the Masters direct to the Doctor of Naturopathy & Holistic Medicine.
In the one year that the Doctoral course lasts, the courses covered will include history and philosophy of Naturopathic medicine, Energy Medicine and Bioresonance, Spiritual Medicine & Therapies, Bach Flower Remedies, Naturopathic Nutrition, Clinical Naturopathic Therapeutic Modalities, Naturopathic Physical Assessment & Pathology, Physical Therapy/Massage, Professional practice and legal issues, Clinical practice and integration, Naturopathic Emergency Medicine, Research Methodology, Statistics, Doctoral Thesis.
The year is divided into 3 trimesters which allows you to fully assimilate the material, while working at your own pace. Each trimester is 12 weeks.
The Doctor of Naturopathy and Holistic Medicine consists of 100 US Credits, which is the equivalent of 1,500 clock hours – a blended learning approach consisting of online video lectures, classroom and clinical practicums in naturopathic and holistic training centers around the world.
The degree is awarded by the School of Integrative and Complementary Medicine, University of America, USA, who has accredited the curriculum which is internationally recognised.