Alternative Healthcare in Palliative Care

\r\n Complementary and alternative medicine has also become part of the education and research mission of academic medical centers. Programs have been established at some of the most prestigious medical centers in the US including the Complementary and Alternative Medicine Program. First, the availability of the therapy to patients is dependent on the availability of students and instructors from the schools. Continuity of care is interrupted when students are on breaks or vacation. Second, students require appropriate supervision. If instructors are not available, treatments cannot be given. In Palliative care It incredibly improves the quality of life, It won’t lengthen it, but it won’t shorten it either and there will be no side effects. Plus, It gets the added benefit of meeting some very terrific human beings. To me, what more can you ask for except the opportunity to spread the word

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\r\n There some objectives to follow to achieve Alternative Healthcare in Palliative care:

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  • \r\n Describe the prevalence of Complementary and Alternative Medicine practitioner and product use in the outpatient population of palliative care centers.
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  • \r\n Describe the characteristics of Complementary and Alternative Medicine users the outpatient population of palliative care centers.
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  • \r\n Estimate the Complementary and Alternative Medicine expenditure of the outpatient population of palliative care centers.
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  • \r\n Describe the rates of disclosure of both Complementary and Alternative Medicine and conventional health care to health professionals by the outpatient population of palliative care centers.
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