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UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being

Organizations relating to Treatment

World Congress of Acupuncture
Solidarité homéopathie / Montpellier, France / Est. 1994
International Institute of Holistic Medicine / Milwaukee WI, USA
Falun Dafa / New York NY, USA
Acupuncture Without Borders / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1992
Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition Society of Asia / Bangkok, Thailand / Est. 1995
Internationale Gesellschaft für Ganzheitliche Zahn-Medizin / Mannheim, Germany / Est. 1985
European Association for Palliative Care / Dublin, Ireland / Est. 1988
European Herbal and Traditional Medicine Practitioners Association / Norwich, UK / Est. 1993
International Association of Structural Integrators / Raleigh NC, USA / Est. 2002
Groupe francophone de réanimation et urgences pédiatriques / Bordeaux, France
International Federation of Environmental Health / London, UK / Est. 1986
Internationale Gesellschaft für Homöopathie und Homotoxikologie / Baden Baden, Germany / Est. 1961
World Academic Society of Medical Qigong / Beijing, China / Est. 1989
European Federation for Naturopathy
International Association of Colon Hydrotherapy / San Antonio TX, USA / Est. 1989
Association for the Rational Treatment of Fractures / London, UK / Est. 1997
Church of World Messianity / Est. 1935
Association of Natural Medicine in Europe / Schöneck, Germany
Reflexology in Europe Network / Amsterdam, Netherlands / Est. 1992
European Federation of Homeopathic Patients\' Associations / London, UK / Est. 2003
International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation / Edegem, Belgium / Est. 1992
Frontline Homeopathy / Homeopathy Action Trust / Melton Mowbray, UK
Latin American Committee on Treatment and Research of Multiple Sclerosis / Buenos Aires, Argentina / Est. 1999
International Association for Veterinary Homeopathy / Vienna, Austria / Est. 1986

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World Problems relating to Treatment

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Inadequate health services
Drug dependence
Alcohol abuse
Irreversible environmental trends
Repudiation of complementary medicine
Discrimination against women in health care
Refusal to provide medical treatment
Food fads
Dehumanization of health care
Medical quackery
Depriving prisoners of medical treatment
Malpractice in plastic surgery
Ignorance of traditional herbal remedies
Bureaucratic inaction
Excessive prolongation of the dying process
Abuse of herbal remedies
False optimism about illness
Prejudiced medical attitudes
Criminalization of euthanasia
Token humanitarian intervention
Dehumanization of death
Euthanasia
Aggressive medical treatment
Refusal to market new drugs
Conflict of interest in the terminally ill

Action Strategies relating to Treatment

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Euthanasia
Caring for the chronically ill
Providing health services
Refusing medical intervention
Studying life support systems
Disseminating information on remedial strategies
Using homeopathic medicine
Assessing role of species loss in global life-support system
Legalizing euthanasia
Establishing procedures for legal redress for environmental harm
Enabling procedural alternatives in judicial process
Finding new treatments
Learning medical treatment skills
Avoiding unnecessary medical treatment
Teaching basic home remedies
Ensuring skilled medical treatment
Using expensive medical treatments
Cautioning against uncritical preference for expensive medical treatments
Announcing periodic remedial help
Reducing cost of high technology medical cures
Legalizing remedies
Arranging necessary medical treatment
Refusing to provide medical treatment
Using medical life support systems
Using legal remedies

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