“Michael's book has enormous benefits for anyone working in the complementary medicine area.
I am a lecturer at the Australian College of Natural Medicine in the subjects Establishing a Practice and Managing a Practice and this book is used as a resource for students. This gives them a comprehension of the professional and legal responsibilites which are mandatory for them in professional practice.
I also conduct seminars to practitioners who have been established a number of years but have not had the opportunity to address the changes to the ethical and legal aspects of their practice. I highly recommend this book to them as we address the various issues which relate to their modalities.
On a personal level as a practising therapist I have found the points made in the book clear and concise in terms of the different categories needing to be addressed. “
“Many educators in the field of natural therapies have been acquainted with the first edition as a useful benchmark, when looking at such areas as ethics and jurisprudence, practice management, and giving students understanding in the boundaries permitted in practice. For those who mentor or are in a position where they may need to be up to date, then the 2nd edition of Complementary Medicine: Ethics and Law is a must for your professional library.”
Justin Lovelock, Naturopath
“This text has been required reading since the first edition for students entering the Certificate IV Massage program through to the Advanced Diplomas in Naturopathy at Gold Coast Institute of TAFE. The book provides students with a thorough grounding in the complex legal issues faced by practitioners of Complementary Medicine, without students needing to try to interpret a multitude of complex federal, state and local statutes. It should be compulsory reading for those working in the Complementary Health care professions.”
Colin Morley Life member AAMT, Lecturer GCIT.