WHO traditional medicine strategy by Dr. Xiaorui Zhang (WHO)

By Dr. Xiaorui Zhang (WHO)

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For example, there are 22 TM practitioners associations in sub-Saharan Africa. In China, national professional associations exist for those who practise both allopathic medicine and TM, for practitioners of manual therapy, and for specialists in nutrition and health foods. In India, professional associations have long existed for practitioners of ayurvda, unani, sidha and homeopathy. 2). It seeks to raise international awareness of the role of traditional health systems and to promote policy development to ensure their continued use.

Org/), WWF works to assist societies throughout the world to conserve the integrity and diversity of nature, and to ensure that any use of natural resources is equitable and ecologically sustainable. This includes projects and research on sustainable management of non-timber forest products, which commonly include medicinal plants. Both organizations have shown how the massive demand for bark, roots, and whole plants from wild populations of medicinal plants can cause critical declines in the population numbers of some species, potentially leading to extinction.

Shared results of research into use of TM/CAM for treating common diseases and health conditions. • Evidence-base on safety, efficacy and quality of TM/CAM products and therapies. 24 Determining research needs The 6th report from the Committee on Science and Technology to the House of Lords cites a number of problems relating to CAM research in the United Kingdom. They can be taken as applying to research problems in the field in general. The Committee found a poor research infrastructure and concluded that research is often of poor quality because research ethics are not well understood, sound methodology is lacking, resources are in short supply and researchers are unwilling to evaluate evidence.

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