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(DANH) trains students in the use of Ayurveda as a health care modality. As a part of this diploma, students will learn Ayurvedic therapies, be able to provide Ayurvedic lifestyle and dietary advice, dispense a range of Ayurvedic herbs and formulations, and be qualified to treat clients using Ayurvedic protocol. As a part …
Upon completion of the prescribed training and subsequent qualification in Ayurveda & Herbal Medicine, a practitioner shall Be able to obtain and record patient information by performing a complete Roga-Rogi Pariksha (history and physical assessment) in an empathetic fashion, including Prashna and Panchendriya Pariksha (History taking, Inspection, Palpation, Percussion, and Auscultation) Ashtavidha Pariksha (Eight-Point Disease Assessment) Dashavidha Pariksha (Ten-Point Patient Assessment) Shadanga Pariksha (General Physical Examination) Sroto Pariksha (Complete Systemic Examination) Exhibit proficiency in modifying patient interviews and examinations based on the circumstances, including the ability to review patient history and physical examination. Apply knowledge in clinical settings to assess the acuity of illness by recognizing patients with life-threatening conditions. Demonstrate skill in preventive health and health promotion.Demonstrate disease risk assessment in the areas of :
Nutrition, dietary, and life-style management Tri-doshic imbalance reduction Promote a healthy lifestyle through health behavior assessment and counseling Demonstrate awareness regarding the implications of patient’s prakruti alterations in disease progression Appreciate the Ayurvedic practitioner’s role in taking care of community health.
The eligible candidates include but are not limited to Certified Naturopaths, Medical Doctors (MBBS), Dentists (BDS), Chiropractors, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Homeopaths, Osteopaths, Orthomolecular Practitioners, Pharmacists, Nurse Practitioners, Yoga Teachers, and Science Graduates trained in North America or international graduates who have completed their medical education from accredited Universities overseas.
Writing and verbal fluency in English is a requirement for this course. Participants must be aged 18 or above
The part-time course on the Diploma of Ayurveda and Herbal Medicine is covered extensively within 1000 hours in a span of 2 Years and the students are trained and taught various aspects of Ayurveda and herbal medicine within this period by our highly learned faculty. After a period of 2 years, it is mandatory to complete a 50-hour clinical internship under a registered Ayurveda practitioner or Naturopath within Canada or abroad.
A registration fee/deposit is required to hold a place on the course. Once the course has commenced registration fees are non-refundable. In the exception of a course not commencing all registration fees will be refunded.
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