Doctor of Natural Medicine Level I and II

    DNM Level I

    Diplomate Level of education (Member)
    4000 hours of training and experience with at least two modalities in Natural Medicine.

    1. This category includes natural medicine practitioners (clinicians)with a master’s degree level of education.
    2. Certificate in humanitarian outreach (within one year of certification).

    DNM Level II

    Doctorate (Ph.D.) Level of education (Member)
    4000 hours of training and experience with at least two modalities in Natural Medicine.
    Plus, doctorate research.
    Certification in Humanitarian Services within one year of registration.

    1. Conventional medical training plus a minimum of 500 hours of training and experience in at least two areas of Natural Medicine as a complement to conventional treatment. 
    2. Proof of educational status must be provided.

    NOTE: Potential registrants with non-doctoral education cannot be registered under level(I) or level (II).


    Traditionally, most educators have gone to great lengths to ensure that learners invested sufficient hours as a basis for earning grades. Despite the importance of "time on task," what is more valuable is that a person comes away from a course with a level of skill and understanding that prepares them for life, in a holistic sense. The apprenticeship system in most guilds and trades required a person to be able to perform certain skilled actions or produce items of a certain quality before being promoted. This type of pedagogic approach can be seen in the writing of Johann Amos Comenius (1592-1670); in John Milton Gregory's Seven Laws of Teaching; or in reminiscences of training by Jean Louis Rudolph Agassiz, in Scudder's In the Laboratory with Agassiz. In other words, "hours spent does not an education make?" While learning does take time, a useful education comes from focusing on practical life-changing results which may or may not be reflected in program length alone.

    Program Hours

    Program hours here are to be estimated based on:

    1. The supporting documents, e.g. laboratory hours on formal transcripts, attestation of a clinical instructor, etc.;
    2. Estimated clinical hours based on a usual work week; i.e., 40 hours per 48 weeks, if engaged in full-time practice. The supporting document, in this case, is a notarized copy of previous business licenses or a signed letter from the institution of employment (e.g. Hospital, Clinic, Out-Patient Facility, Hospice, etc.).


    Certification under BNMDP/NMCC is not an academic degree. Potential registrants must provide supporting evidence of educational standing and may be required to pass certifying exams in order to be certified. There will be no exceptions.


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