By Frank Ikpefan, Abuja
Conference of Association of Certified Professionals of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicine of Nigeria (ACPTCAM) has called for the amendment of the 1999 constitution to reflect their profession as a standard medical and healthcare delivery system in Nigeria.
They also called for the establishment of a Federal College of Traditional Complementary and Alternative Medicine (FEDTCAM) to upgrade Traditional Complementary and Alternative Medicine (TCAM) practitioners to various levels of the qualification they can obtain.
The body said this will discourage people from seeking medical care abroad when such help could be rendered in Nigeria.
The association, in a communique at the end of a two – day conference in Abuja signs by its Chairman, Prof. Adewale Sunday, requested and pleaded for the appointment of a provost when the College of Complementary and…