The course aims to provide graduate health practitioners with a knowledge of the properties, desired effects and safety issues of western herbal medicines that are commonly prescribed and dispensed by health care professionals.
The variety of, and options for, treatment relevant to a wide range of common conditions encountered by health care professionals and the selection of appropriate and individual treatments, including recommendations on dosage, are examined. The course is offered in collaboration with the Australian College of Phytotherapy.
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