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13.11.2019

TravelCard hope to become the first Travel Insurance and assistance team that ATMS Members can fall in love with...Read More

24.10.2019

ATMS extends a huge congratulations to all the finalists in our annual Natural Medicine Awards!

 

Twelve finalists have been selected for Practitioner of the Year, Clinic of the Year and Student of the Year. All nominees demonstrated excellence in their contributions to their professions, industry, and overall commitment to the advancement of the health of the Australian community…Read More

21.10.2019

ATMS is thrilled to launch a new initiative: ‘I’m an Accredited Practitioner of ATMS’, to recognise our accredited member practitioners, who are pursuing the highest ideals of professionalism in natural medicine... Read More

2.10.2019

ATMS is thrilled to launch a new initiative: ‘I’m an Accredited Practitioner of ATMS’, to recognise our accredited member practitioners, who are pursuing the highest ideals of professionalism in natural medicine... Read More

19.09.2019

ATMS, CMAustralia, NHAA, CMAssociation collaborate as one united voice for CAM​

The Australian Traditional-Medicine Society (ATMS), Complementary Medicines Australia (CMAustralia), the Naturopaths & Herbalists Association of Australia (NHAA) and the Complementary Medicine Association (CMAssociation) have developed a working paper that represents the common needs of practitioners and industry.... Read More

08.08.2019

Switch on Health Homoeopathy announcement

The removal of Homoeopathy from the Health Training Package, coupled with the findings of the NHMRC report, meant that since 2016, there have been no opportunities left for those wishing to study Homoeopathy in Australia... Read More

07.08.2019

Natural Therapies Review 2019 - 2020

ATMS has lodged its initial submission to the Natural Therapies Review 2019 – 2020. Initial submissions closed 7 August 2019 and were requested to address the draft Terms of Reference for the review. Suitably qualified individuals were also asked to nominate to the Natural Therapies Review Expert Advisory Panel… Read More

31.07.2019

ATMS concerned at the proposed removal of the Chinese Medicine degree at UTS

The Australian Traditional-Medicine Society (ATMS) has expressed concern regarding the news that student intake for the Bachelor of Health Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine, has been suspended for 2020 by the University of Technology Sydney (UTS)…Read More

16.05.2019

The Australian Traditional-Medicine Society (ATMS) thanks the Hon. Greg Hunt MP, Minister for Health, and the Department of Health, for progressing this new review into the 16 Natural Therapies that were excluded from the Private Health Insurance rebates in April 2019..Read More

16.05.2019

On Friday 10 May, ATMS President Peter Berryman, attended the Chinese Medicine Board of Australia (CMBA) meeting with six other national Associations and the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)..Read More

16.04.2019

Are you a member of an existing professional complementary medicine Association, but you’re not sure it’s working for you? Ever wanted to see what you get as a member of a leading Association, before you commit to changing?..Read More

11.02.2019

In Australia and globally, consumers are increasingly using complementary medicines as one of their primary health care options. In 2015, 8.1 million Australian consumers used a complementary medicine on a regular basis. This was up 22.7 %, from 6.6 million consumers in 2011. Complementary medicines have a long history of use with an increasing number of research articles being regularly published validating their traditional and scientific uses.Read More