This issue follows the NHAA
conference and includes photos taken by our own Andrew Hamilton at the fantastic event.
The 2017 NHAA
International Conference took place over three full days from 17 to 19 March.
Concomitant to the various professional developments discussed at the NHAA
conference there has recently been a healthy complementary medicine presence at the 15th World Congress on Public Health in Melbourne, with speaker and poster presentations taking place.
As always the NHAA
is working to gain recognition for the work done by herbalists and naturopaths in promoting and supporting the health of the Australian people.
The key to any changes to is to keep the culture of the NHAA
enshrined within the constitution whilst allowing for growth and adoption of social change and technology.
If you wish to have your CPE answers marked, please email, fax or post to the NHAA
I have also received a huge amount of ongoing help and assistance from staff at the NHAA
office including the Executive Officer Mr Andrew Hamilton, Office Manager Ms Kim Hunter, and Administration and Accounts Officer Ms Diana Bechara, as well as NHAA
President Ms Natalie Cook and the NHAA
ex-president Ms Leah Hechtman.
Board has had its first meeting for the year and has put strategies in place to advance the standing of the association.
These abstracts are brief summaries of articles which have appeared in recent issues of herbal medicine journals, some of which may be held in the NHAA
Phase 2 of the NHAA
Materia Medica survey is ready and open for comment
There are two copies available at the NHAA
Library with one being reference only.
Part of my role as President of the NHAA
is to hold a vision for the future of herbal and naturopathic medicine and reiterating this vision in the last journal of 2010 as a prelude to the activities of a new decade is well worthwhile.