Ethics in the Modern Practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Educational Responsibilities of TCM Practitioners
by Subhuti Dharmananda
Part I. Educational responsibilities of TCM practitioners
Principle: It is vital that persons who offer professional services in the field of TCM maintain adequate knowledge of all the relevant subjects in order to give a level of service consistent with the current state of the art.
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