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The historical and philosophical roots of medicine are founded on racist and colonialist principles and therefore cannot provide better health for communities.

Domination of the ‘Other’ ( marginalised groups of colour) for profit continue in everyday medical practice and biomedical interventions till the present day.

Price: $87.75
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CEUs/PDAs:
2.25
Approved:
Standard Certificate, NCCAOM (2)
Pending:
California, Florida
Length: 2.25 Hrs
Course Type: Recorded Webinar
Access Period: Lifetime
Notes: Notes are provided with this course.

OBJECTIVES

  • Individuals will understand the historical development of the philososphy of medicine and its ideas and why it came about.
  • Individuals will understand medical ‘progress’ as more subtle and insidious forms of surveillance, control and profit of bodies of colour
  • Individuals will comprehend how medical surveillance techniques may be used for control and profit of patients’ bodies.

OUTLINES

0 hrs - 15 minIntroduction of examples Structural Racism in society

15 min - 45 minMedicine based on profit (particularly from bodies of colour) due lack of philosophical and clinical emphasis on social determinants

45 min - 1.25 hrsCorruption of Medical Literature, research bodies and and Institutions

1.25 hrs - 1.75 hrsHistorical development of episteme to dominate the ‘other’

1.75 hrs - 2.25 hrsDevelopment of theories such as Panoptism to surveil, control and profit from bodies of colour and how it is applied in medicine.


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TEACHER'S BIO

Imran has over 20 years experience as a Clinician, Teacher, Herbalist and Acupuncturist. His Biomedical degree informs his practice and teaching. Imran is passionate about supporting fellow practitioners to understand and critically apply both Biomedical and Chinese medical systems Read More »


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