In this course students discuss various clinical cases of Herbal Medicine including theoretical cases, those published by practitioners and cases seen in the school clinic. The goal is to increase the knowledge base and awareness of each student. Group discussions and debate are used to help achieve these goals. Students are responsible for creating full treatment plans for each case that is discussed and being able to justify their decisions for treatment, which may include referring to other complementary health practitioners.
Prerequisites: BMS201/202, any 2 Herbal Therapeutics courses Semester: Fall Credits: 3 Hours: 45