Tuesday, March 15, 2016

The AANP Says 'Licensed Falsehood is Scarce and Awareness of Such is Low, and That's Bad' (when that's good)

here, oh the reversal of values:

001. prweb.com tells us in "American Association of Naturopathic Physicians Releases Strategic Plan to Address Natural Medicine Scarcity and Bolster Awareness" (2016-03-10):

"the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians (AANP) recently released its Strategic Plan 2025 and its plans to collaborate with the Institute of Natural Medicine (INM). The move is part of an initiative to increase access to natural medicine [...] increasing public awareness and understanding of naturopathic medicine [...]";

natural medicine is interesting: full of the science-ejected and -unsupported, and weirdo sectarian beliefs.  Be aware of that fact.

 "in order to achieve these goals, the AANP has expanded its workforce, hiring a Director of Marketing & Communications and a States Coordinator [...] 'licensure enables patients to know that the naturopathic physician they see has graduated from an accredited school of naturopathic medicine and has passed a national licensing exam,' said Jaclyn Chasse, ND, AANP president [...]"; 

the licensure exam that falsely labels homeopathy a "clinical science."  Licensed falsehood marches on.
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