September 2018 / Duration 1 academic year / Face-to-face mode. Barcelona, Spain)
October 2018 / Duration 1 academic year / Online mode (10 months)
Throughout history, human beings have used a large number of natural resources to heal, balance and restore the health of people and even animals.
Naturopathy encompasses therapeutic practices with the aim of preserving health, preventing and treating disease or imbalance, whether physical, emotional and / or energetic.
Naturopathy with a holistic view of the human being, is defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a health area that works on the prevention, treatment and promotion of optimal health through the use of therapeutic methods to promote the act-healing process (vix medicatrix naturae).
The WHO recommends to the member states principles of Naturopathy:
- First, do no harm (primun non nocere)
- Act in cooperation with the healing power of alt = "nature
- Treat the whole person who uses an individualized treatment
- Teach the principles of healthy living and preventive health care
In addition, WHO recommends that member states formulate and implement national policies on traditional, complementary and natural medicines to support their appropriate use to the large volume of users that increases year after year.
In the same way we find two opposite poles in the world population, areas of aging of the population as in Europe, highlighting Spain and other areas where the high birth rate is causing the states do not have sufficient resources to be able to the health of the country Take charge of your citizens.
For this reason, in many countries it is returning to the natural medicine to have a complement that helps to prevent some diseases.This situation means that each time we find in the pharmacies and parapharmacies the phytotherapy, orthomolecular supplementation.
Citizens are becoming increasingly aware of the need for a healthier life for those who are demanding to know on a personal level new ways to recover a healthier kitchen.
The master comes to meet a demand in the market both from the point of view of professionals who work in pharmacies and parapharmacies as well as users who wish to have more information about it.
Once the program has finished (1500 hours between classes and personal work - for the 480 hours in class) and having passed the evaluation tests, two diplomas issued by:
- Master's degree in Naturopathy and Parapharmacy (60 ECTS credits)
- ISMET: Master in Naturopathy and Parapharmacy - (own and private title).
Access to studies
The admission of each candidate will be evaluated by an academic committee.
A) Students with university qualifications (Diploma, Bachelor or Degree in any area of knowledge): provide a certified photocopy of the title or, failing that, a certified or original photocopy of the payment of the fees for issue of the degree. For students coming from a country that is not a member of the Treaty of Bologna, they must provide the title or the certificate of completion of the studies with the apostille of the beech.
B) Students without university degree: the profile of the candidate will be evaluated by a commission between UCAM and ISMET to decide if the student is admitted or not to the program (minimum work experience of five years in the demonstrable study sector).
MODULE 1. APPROACH TO THE HISTORY OF PARAPHARMACY AND NATUROPATHY. 1 ECTS
Unit 1. History of naturopathy.
Unit 2. History of pharmacy and parapharmacy
MODULE 2. DISPOSAL AND SALE OF PRODUCTS.1 ECTS
Unit 1. Customer service
Unit 2. Sales activities
Unit 3. Organization of parapharmacy products
MODULE 3. PRODUCT DISPENSATION. 2 ECTS
Unit 1. Interpretation of the demand or prescription of parapharmaceutical products
Unit 2. Dispensing of homeopathic products
Unit 3. Dispensation of phytotherapeutic products
Unit 4. Dispensing of nutritional supplements products
MODULE 4. PROMOTION AND PREVENTION OF HEALTH. 1 ECTS
Unit 1. Planning levels: plan, program and project.
Unit 2. Development of health education programs.
MODULE 5. FIRST AID. 3 ECTS
Unit 1 Initial assessment of emergency assistance
Unit 2. Application of life support techniques
Unit 3. Application of immobilization and mobilization procedures
Unit 4.Application of psychological support and self-control techniques
MODULE 6. BASIC ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY. 6 ECTS
Unit 1 Recognition of the general organization of the organism.
Unit 2 Location of anatomical structures.
Unit 3. Identification of the general aspects of the pathology.
Unit 4. Recognition of the structure, functioning and diseases of the nervous system, sensory organs and locomotor system
Unit 5. Recognition of the structure, functioning and diseases of the cardiocirculatory system, the respiratory system and the blood
Unit 6. Recognition of the structure, functioning and diseases of the digestive and renal system.
Unit 7. Recognition of the structure, functioning and diseases of the endocrine system, the genital system and the immune system.
MODULE 7. BASIC PHYTOTHERAPY. 13 ECTS
Unit 1. Introduction to herbal medicine
Unit 2 Raw material. Galenic forms and forms of preparation. Routes of administration.
Unit 3 Chemical components in phytotherapy
Unit 4 Prescription in herbal medicine
Unit 5 Medicinal plants
Unit 6 Potential applications in herbal medicine
MODULE 8. NATURAL DIETERHERAPY. 11 ECTS
Unit 1. Naturist focus on different food groups.
Unit 2. The importance of nutrition in health
Unit 3. The Mediterranean diet, the detoxifying diet and the vegetarian diet
Unit 4. Different dietary views
Unit 5. Macrobiotics, diet therapy according to Traditional Chinese Medicine
Unit 6. Diet therapy according to Ayurvedic Medicine.
Unit 7. Fasting and restrictive diets: therapeutic fasting, Monodietas, Chromatic diet
Unit 8. Personalized diet therapy
MODULE 9 INTRODUCTORY KNOWLEDGE OF ORTHOMOLECULAR THERAPY. 13 ECTS
Unit 1. Introduction to Ortomolecular Therapy.
Unit 2 Vitamins and substances analogous to vitamins.
Unit 3 Minerals and oligoelements.
Unit 4 Proteins and Amino Acids.
Unit 5 Enzymotherapy and probiotics
Unit 6 Essential Fatty Acids.
Unit 7 Special supplements.
MODULE 10. METHODOLOGY AND DESIGN OF RESEARCH. 3 ECTS
Unit 1 Methodology and management of research
Unit 2. Scientific bibliography.
Unit 3 Dissemination of the results.
Unit 4. Statistics applied to research
MODULE 11. MASTER FINAL WORK. 6 ECTS
Once the studies are finished students can choose to work in a care center in natural therapies, polyclinics with health professionals, establishments of dietetic products, herbalists and related, herbodietética and related companies, sports centers and gyms; of aesthetics and Wellness; Spa's; health centers alt = "natural; hotels and camping naturists; spas, luxury cruises; rehabilitation centers; geriatric among others.
The students of ISMET have a tutor, to which they can go in case of schedule changes, difficulty to follow up on subjects, personalized advice, professional development, among others. Similarly for students in online mode.
Promotions and special prices in other courses. Computer room with Internet connection. Service sale material. Special promotions at the ISMET therapy center. Academic advice by the studies tutor. Therapies in practices for the students. ISMETalumni, alumni association. Job vacancies Advice on the exercise of the profession at the tax, labor, accounting, marketing, communication, LOPD, insurance RCP, others.
- In person - September 2018
- On line - October 2018
Weekly in the morning, afternoon or Saturdays. Possibility of combining several modalities of schedules.
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