Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in Estonia | Cam-Regulation

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in Estonia

News - New regulation found after the CAMbrella deliveries:

No new regulation found.


Notice! All text below is copied from the CAMbrella report - delivered Dec 31, 2012
 

TCM is regulated as a professional standard according to the Professions Act 2008(95), but is not regulated in the Health Service Organization Act (94). In 1993 the Estonian Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine Association (EATMA) was founded. In 1994 EATMA became a member of ICMART (International Council of Medical Acupuncture and Related Techniques). In 1995 EATMA changed its name to EAA (the Estonian Acupuncture Association)(100).

Sources

94. The Riigikogu (State Assembly). Health Services Organisation Act Passed 9 May 2001 (RT1 I 2001, 50, 284), entered into force 1 January 2002, amended by the following Acts: 17.12.2009 entered into force 01.01.2010, partially 01.04.2010 – RT I 2009, 67, 461; 30.09.2009 entered into force 01.01.2010, partially 01.04.2010. Tallinn 2001 [cited 2012 February 9, ]; Available from: http://www.haigekassa.ee/uploads/userfiles/Health_Services_Organisation_Act.pdf.

95. The Riigikogu (State Assembly). The Professions act. Passed 22 May 2008. Tallinn: The ministry of Education; 2008 [cited 2012 February 7]; Available from: http://www.legaltext.ee/en/andmebaas/ava.asp?m=022.

100. Association EA. Estonian Acupuncture Association. Tallinn: Estonian Acupuncture Association; 2012 [cited 2012 February 8,]; Available from: http://www.akupunktuur.ee/?mida=1_12.

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