As the medical reference book is recognized for its clinical merits, it is increasingly being adopted as a text for both allopathic and naturopathic practitioners.
What does NP stand for?
NP stands for Naturopathic Practitioner
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- National Park
- National Party
- National Permit (India)
- National President
- National Primary
- National Product (band)
- Nationalista Party (Philippines)
- Natural Parenting
- Natural Phenomena
- Nature Photographer
Samples in periodicals archive:
The educational standards in Australia for qualified herbal and naturopathic practitioners have gone from the weekend workshop to certificate, diploma and degree level, with many sets of competencies in between.
This could endanger the health and safety of patients with serious diseases who relied solely on care from a naturopathic practitioner.
We also request that naturopathic practitioners submit bios establishing their graduation from a four-year naturopathic program.
Both have positive and potentially negative aspects which in brief are: * Private naturopathic colleges, where training was first established by experienced naturopathic practitioners, are finding it extremely difficult to operate against subsidised tertiary institutions, often staffed with academics who know little of the front line of practice, * The medicalisation of naturopathic services and products.
Indeed, naturopathic practitioners could almost certainly apply the nursing process to naturopathic practice.