ETHNOMEDICINE PRACTITIONERS ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH AFRICA
Section 21 - Non-Profit Association
Registration Nr: 2006/005719/08
The Ethnomedicine Practitioners Association of South Africa (EPASA) was established in 1987, in order to promote, enhance and unify the practice of ethnomedicine in South Africa.
in accordance with the
TRADITIONAL HEALTH PRACTITIONERS ACT, 2007 (ACT 22, 2007)
EPASA REGISTERS UPGRADE REQUIREMENTS :
Ethnomedicine Practitioner, D.Emed
Ethnopsychology Practitioner, EPP
Click here to download the upgrade modules form in order to evaluate your progress, proficiency, training, experience and recognition of prior learning to enable EPASA to submit your portfolio to the THP Council once the Traditional Health Practitioners' Council has been established under the:
Traditional Health Practitioners Act, 2007 (Act 22, 2007)
We urge members to book an appointment for an Accreditation Panel Interview in order for the Accreditation Committee to evaluate your progress, as your experience, training, recognition of prior learning and level of proficiency is taken into consideration. We request that members submit certified copies of qualifications and courses completed to enable the accreditation committee to evaluate your progress towards completion of upgrade requirements.
Unfortunately members who have not done any upgrading, may find themselves in a position that they may be re-classified to a lower category, or that their portfolio may not be up to standard for submission when the THP Council opens the registers.
The Ethnomedicine Practitioners Association of South Africa was established in 1987, classifying itself under Herbalism in accordance with the Traditional Health Practitioners Act, 2007 (Act 22, 2007)