Guidelines on Basic Training and Safety in Acupuncture
(1999; 35 pages) [French] [Spanish] View the PDF document
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View the documentAcknowledgements
Open this folder and view contentsIntroduction
Close this folderSection I: Basic training in acupuncture
View the document1. Purpose of the guidelines
Open this folder and view contents2. Use of acupuncture in national health systems
View the document3. Levels of training
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Open this folder and view contents5. Training of acupuncture practitioners
View the document6. Full training in acupuncture for qualified physicians
Close this folder7. Limited training in acupuncture for qualified physicians
View the document7.1 Basic training
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View the document7.3 Advanced training
View the document8. Limited training in acupuncture for primary health care personnel
View the document9. Selected acupuncture points for basic training
View the document10. Selected points for basic training in acupuncture
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View the documentAnnex I: List of participants
 

7.2 Special courses

Some physicians or dental surgeons might wish to acquire proficiency in certain specific applications of acupuncture (for example, pain relief, or dental or obstetric analgesia) and for them flexibility would be needed in designing special courses adapted to their particular areas of interest.

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