A well-rounded approach to health care training leaves students fully equipped to provide the care their future patients need, publishes australisnaturalhealth.edu.au
Brisbane, QLD -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/03/2015 -- According to a recent study conducted by the World Health Organization, an estimated 75 percent of patients across the globe are now leaning toward a holistic approach to their health care, leaving the medical industry scrambling to accommodate this growing demand. In an effort to help bridge this unprecedented gap in supply and demand, Andrew Bradshaw of Australis Natural Health College has launched their new Natural Health College in Australia. Among the most widely accredited schools in the world in this field, the institution's training is recognized on a national level.
Bradshaw confirmed, "We provide well-rounded training in the form of Advanced Diplomas in the areas of Naturopathy, Western Herbal Medicine and Nutrition. These time tested practices have long been proven effective in treating illnesses from minor ailments to the most chronic conditions, such as cancer and heart disease. Our focus is on enabling our students to better understand their areas of study to become exceptional natural health practitioners."
Though higher education facilities throughout the world are making an attempt to contribute to the holistic treatment movement, most find themselves largely unprepared to blend modern science with an old-world approach. They tend to place greater emphasis on one while barely touching on the other. Australis Natural Health College seems unique in that they have mastered offering the balanced education their students need.
The college provides teaching in traditional natural medicine theory and reasoning; at the same time, their curriculum delves into the heart of Western medicine, covering contemporary science and practices. They also deliver the hands-on tutelage essential for preparing their student body for working with patients once they enter their fields of choice. This technique renders medical students thoroughly equipped to cater to the needs of their patients.
Concluded Bradshaw, "We retain a small student-teacher ratio and flexible course scheduling for a more complete and personal learning experience. Australian government funding is available for eligible students through VET FEE-HELP. Anyone interested in enrolling is encouraged to click for natural health courses at Australis College. We are proud to do our part in fostering the thriving transition back to more natural means of treatment. The staff of our new facility looks forward to serving up-and-coming natural medicine students, and by extension, their future patients."
About Australis Natural Health College
Australis Natural Health College is a new College in Australia offering a fresh perspective in natural health training.