Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Naturopathic Luminary Claims Professionalism - Dunne, N. (NCNM 1989) at the AANP Blog:

Dunne, N. (ND ) states in "The Lack of Conference Childcare: A Barrier to Professional Development"(2010-04-14)[vsc 2010-04-14]:

"[we're told in the title obviously, and also the sidebar states] the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians [is naturopathy's...] national professional society [...] kids['...] needs are real, relentless and never mix gracefully with a professional learning environment [...per] the AANP convention [...whose attendees are] young professionals [...] the profession [...] a profession that was rapidly becoming majority female [...] people combining parenting with their professional career [...] accommodating family needs in professional environments [...] professional women with children [...] professional women marry professional men [...] the naturopathic profession."

Note: yeah, that typical 'naturopathy is of the professions ethically' blah blah blah.  Yet, irrational and absurd while claiming "science" as its status.  Within naturopathy, you can have your cake and eat it too. Dunne, by the way, is a past AANP, FNPLA, & MANP president.  She states that she has a "medical degree" from NCNM circa 1989.
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