The TRADITIONAL Medicine Practice Council (TMPC),a regulatory agency of Ministry of Health responsible for Traditional and Alternative Medicine (TAM) practice in the country has organized the 2017 Professional Qualifying Examination (PQE) for Medical Herbalists drawn from the school of Herbal Medicine, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi (KNUST).
The examination which spans two days consists of practical and theory.
Twenty-One Medical Herbalists took part in the examination.
Torgbui Yaka IV, Registrar of TMPC in interview with the media after reiterated her appeal for support and resourcing adequately of TMPC to promote, regulate and control Traditional and Alternative Medicine (TAM) in the country.
The aspiring medical herbalists appealed to government to redouble efforts to integrate Traditional & Alternative Medicine(TAM) into national healthcare delivery system in the country.
The also asked government to accord TAM priority, support and harness it holistically.
They medical herbalists expressed confidence in scaling the last huddle and eventually join the proud herbal medicine profession professionally