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  UNESCO Chair in Traditional Medicine (506), established in 2000 at Bukhara State Medical Institute (Uzbekistan)

Fields / Disciplines

Medical Sciences

  • The purpose of the Chair is to promote an integrated system of research, training, information and documentation activities in the field of traditional medicine.

  • It will be an instrument for facilitating collaboration between high-level, internationally recognized researchers and teaching staff of the Institute, and with similar chairs in the Region and worldwide, such as the Asia-Pacific Network in Civics and Values Education.

Host Institution

Bukhara State Medical Institute.

UNESCO Sector/Field Office responsible for the Chair/Network

Natural Sciences

Progress Report 1999 (short version)
Activities of the UNESCO Chair in Traditional Medicine - More

Documents Rapport d'activités 2006-2007 (version courte)
Activités de la Chaire UNESCO en médecine traditionnelle, Institut Médical d’Etat de Boukhara

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