3rd International Conference on Medical Pluralism

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Medical pluralism can be defined as the employment of more than one medical system or the use of both conventional and complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) for health and illness. According to Nazrul (2005), pluralism and the co-existence of a variety of different medical systems within chosen context are common features in various settings. The popularity of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) raises a range of ethical issues for practicing clinicians. Principles of biomedical ethics define obligations of health care professionals, but applying principles in particular cases at the interface of CAM and biomedicine may be particularly challenging (Tilburt and Miller, 2007). How do the different systems or practices interact? Is it correct to develop an integrated health system (combining both biomedical and alternative medicines) within the national system in a medically pluralist society?

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PLDT Nationwide Job Caravan

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 6,432 total views Position: Sales and Customer Service Associate  Qualifications: – Must be a graduate of any 4-yr college course – Preferably with sales and/or customer service experience (if without experience, must be willing…

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University foundation day celebration

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 332 total views Cavite State University will be celebrating its 112th foundation day with the theme: “CvSU @ 112: Transforming to a Global University” on February 15, 2018. Hon. Harry Roque,…

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WCM holds 100th Commencement Exercises

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 170 total views HRN…100th Commencement Exercises of Cavite State University in consortium with Wesleyan College of Manila with Dr. Hernando D. Robles, university president, Dr. Florita V. Miranda, WCM president, commencement…

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