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The Mozambican Ministry of Health (MISAU) and Traditional Chinese Medicine will train, during the next 15 days, a total of 43 health personnel in the southern African nation in physical rehabilitation and physiotherapy, with a view to improving
care offered to those affected by such problems in public health services.MISAU says in a statement emailed to APA on Tuesday that the 43 health staff are among the pediatrics, general practitioners, physical rehabilitation and physiotherapists, from various districts in all provinces of Mozambique, who will be trained in therapeutic matters of traditional Chinese medicine with a view to improving the provision of health care.
This is the second course on training and cooperation in Traditional Chinese Medicine (MTC) 2017, which is part of bilateral cooperation between the Traditional Chinese Medicine Industrial Park Guangdong (Macao) and the Institute of Traditional Medicine (IMT) under MISAU, which results from a memorandum of understanding signed in 2006.
“Since the first training, which last year included 15 Mozambican health staff , the contribution of Chinese medicine practices, together with the Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese alternative medicine doctors working in the field, has benefited up to 42,000 patients in Mozambique”, the statement said.
Traditional medicine is used throughout China and in other developing countries, even with access to Western-style health care growing.Source: APA
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