Guidelines on Developing Consumer Information on Proper Use of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicine
(2004; 109 pages) View the PDF document
Table of Contents
View the documentAcknowledgements
View the documentForeword
View the documentPreface
View the documentGlossary
Open this folder and view contents1. General Considerations
Open this folder and view contents2. Development of Consumer Information
Open this folder and view contents3. General Principles and Activities for Ensuring Reliable TM/CAM Information
Open this folder and view contents4. Topics to Consider when Developing Consumer Information Promoting Proper Use of TM/CAM
View the document5. Use of this Publication
View the documentReferences
Close this folderAnnexes
View the documentAnnex I. Leaflets Promoting Proper Use of TM/CAM Published by the Department of Health, Hong Kong SAR, China
View the documentAnnex II. Things to Know about Evaluating Medical Resources on the Internet*
View the documentAnnex III Medical Products on the Internet: A Guide to Finding Reliable Information
View the documentAnnex IV Licence Symbol, Swissmedic1
View the documentAnnex V. Selected WHO Publications and Documents on Traditional Medicine
View the documentAnnex VI. List of Participants
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Annex I. Leaflets Promoting Proper Use of TM/CAM Published by the Department of Health, Hong Kong SAR, China

Example 1

General Knowledge of Toxic/Potent Chinese Herbal Medicines

Example 2

Points to note when purchasing Chinese Medicines

Example 3

Registered and Listed Chinese Medicine Practitioners

Example 4

Adverse Effects of Misusing Herbal Tonics

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