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

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in Serbia

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

The CAM bylaw lists Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) as a method of treatment suitable for practise in Serbia (245). According to the bylaw, TCM can be practised only by health workers, i.e. physicians, stomatologists, pharmacists, nurses and health/medical technicians like physiotherapists. All regulated practitioners are allowed to practise after relevant CAM education (246).

Sources

245. “Pravilnik o blizim uslovima, nacinu I postupku obavljanja metoda I postupaka tradicionalne medicine”; Complementary and Alternative medicine, bylaw, Ministry of Health, December 2007, (2007).

246. Dr. Vuk Stambolovic. Email: CAM legislation in Serbia. Belgrade Head, Institute of Social Medicine School of Medicine, University of Belgrade; 2011.

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