Benjamin Franklin was right when he said “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. A Chinese medical text written over 2,000 years ago, known as the Nei Jing, expressed that treating the sick in ancient China was like going into battle before making the weapons. The concept back then was more about treating the healthy to prevent disease, not treating those who were already sick. This is important today, even though it’s an ancient concept.
Tuition, transportation, and time away from work may seem like hurdles too great to continue your education. However, investing in your future now could result in great long-term gains. Here are just a few ways that beginning a career program at East West College of Natural Medicine could benefit you.
My dad has been in the hospital for over a week. After seeing how passionate hospital staff are about giving care, I now have a deeper appreciation for anyone in the medical field. Let me tell you about just a few.
Struggling to stand by your New Year's resolution? If you are serious about completing a new career program this year, you could make that goal feel more manageable by breaking it down into smaller, shorter steps. The following tips could help as you start your journey toward a new profession:
When you receive medical care, don't you want the best that the world could offer? Our belief at East West College of Natural Medicine is that combining medical techniques and knowledge from around the globe could result in more comprehensive care. Alumni like graduate Carolyn Qubeck have enjoyed learning how Oriental medicine complements traditional Western healthcare.
How many people do you see on an average day? Try to count all of the drivers and pedestrians on the roads, customers in the grocery store, and parents picking their kids up from school. The number could be so overwhelming that the people become a sea of faces rather than individuals with names. When you look at some schools and see thousands of students walking across campus, you might feel that you would be just a number there, too.