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Σάββατο, 3 Μαΐου 2014

Children's Complementary Therapy Network

Did you know that there exists a 
Children's Complementary Therapy Network?

Well to our pleasant surprise (pleasant, because ALL their pictureS are of Reflexology!) it does exist, and amongst many great projects they have ongoing, this next one got RiEN's attention immediately.

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The “Tell Your Doctor” campaign is the latest initiative for the CCTN, launched at the 2008 CCTN conference.
Poster developed by PedCAM (Pediatric Complementary and Alternative Medicine Network) and CARE (Complementary and Alternative Research and Education program) at the University of Alberta, and endorsed by CPS (The Canadian Paediatric Society) and AAP.
This initiative is to encourage parents to discuss with their doctors/medical teams about their use of complementary therapies for their children.
The main thrust of this initiative is to distribute the above poster as widely as possible, with the aim of getting it displayed in:
GP practices
Hospitals
Community clinics/Health centres
Patient/carer groups
Complementary therapy practices

http://www.cctn.co.uk/wp/cctn-conferences/3rd-cctn-conference/tell-your-doctor/


Photo: Did you know that there exists a 
Children's Complementary Therapy Network?

Well to our pleasant surprise (pleasant, because ALL their pictureS are of Reflexology!) it does exist, and amongst many great projects they have ongoing, this next one got RiEN's attention immediately. 

TIP: FREE MEMBERSHIP!

The “Tell Your Doctor” campaign is the latest initiative for the CCTN, launched at the 2008 CCTN conference.
Poster developed by PedCAM (Pediatric Complementary and Alternative Medicine Network) and CARE (Complementary and Alternative Research and Education program) at the University of Alberta, and endorsed by CPS (The Canadian Paediatric Society) and AAP.
This initiative is to encourage parents to discuss with their doctors/medical teams about their use of complementary therapies for their children.
The main thrust of this initiative is to distribute the above poster as widely as possible, with the aim of getting it displayed in:
GP practices
Hospitals
Community clinics/Health centres
Patient/carer groups
Complementary therapy practices

http://www.cctn.co.uk/wp/cctn-conferences/3rd-cctn-conference/tell-your-doctor/