Royal College of Alternative Medicine (RCAM) Currently Seeks One Million Interdisciplinary Fellows in Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM)

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Royal College of Alternative Medicine (RCAM) currently has International Vacancies for 1000000 (One Million) 'Foundation Fellows' ('Movers and Shakers') ; who will independently (and consistently) play a highly pivotal role in diligently mentoring (and regulating) it's future Global Membership.

Royal College of Alternative Medicine (RCAM) currently has International Vacancies for One Million 'Foundation Fellows' ('Movers and Shakers') ; who will independently play a highly pivotal role in diligently mentoring (and regulating) it's future Global Membership.

So if you really think that you seriously have what it takes to become a 'Leader' in Alternative Medicine , then (perhaps) RCAM may definitely be exactly what the Doctor ordered for you.

Current Requirements for Fellowship as at the 5th of November 2004 are:

*15 Years Experience in Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) ; inclusive of any time spent in Training.

*Membership of a Recognized Professional Body which is presently on the 'Collegiate Scroll' of Accredited External Organizations.

*Letters of Recommendation from 2 Current Fellows of the Royal College of Alternative Medicine (Ask Provost for more details).

*A 'Professional Portfolio' of '12 Unique Cases' in Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) for future publication in the RCAM e-Journal.Each 'Unique Case' must be appropriately presented in 'Microsoft Word Format' and should (preferably) include diagrams , photographs , references , an honest word count (minimum 500) and all other relevant supporting data.

*A Life-Time (One-Off) 'Fellowship Fee' of Euros 2999 (Two Thousand , Nine Hundred and Ninety-Nine Euros).

Please note that as from January the 1st 2005 the size of the 'Professional Portfolio' will regretfully increase to '24 Unique Cases'; together with a considerable increase in the 'Life-Time Fellowship Fee'.

Those not meeting 'Fellowship Grade' will temporarily be 'quarantined' in the 'Fellowship Cadet Club' ; until a time at which all of the necessary Fellowship Requirements are comprehensively met.

All Fellows of the Royal College of Alternative Medicine shall appropriately be designated FRCAM (Dublin) ; and will be publicly listed in the 'Register of Fellows' of the College.They will also be expediently assisted with any Regulatory and Revalidation issues ; and shall be eligible to democratically contest elections for the highly influential position of 'Chancellor of the Royal College of Alternative Medicine'.

'Cadet Fellows' will not be designated ; until they stringently meet all of the necessary Fellowship Requirements.

Please kindly feel free to e-mail any further enquiries and suggestions to Professor Joseph Chikelue Obi (RCAM Provost) at : e-mail protected from spam bots

Applications for Fellowship are ethically processed throughout the year ; and an Accelerated Fellowship Programme is also available for any 'Exceptional Candidates' who are in honest possession of considerably much more than the required number of 'Unique Cases' , but do not have up to 15 Years of Chronological CAM Experience.

About Royal College of Alternative Medicine:

RCAM (Royal College of Alternative Medicine) is an Officially Registered, Dublin-Based, Independent, Regulatory, Training and Empowerment Body for Qualified Wellness Consultants and their Associates from all over the world ; which solely aims to Protect the Public ; by raising Ethical Awareness ( and optimizing Best Professional Standards) in Complementary & Alternative Medicine (CAM).

RCAM has absolutely no links whatsoever with any 'Royal Entity' of 'Similar' (or 'Presumed Similar') Nomenclature , Title , Calling , Being or Eminence.

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