Education Center

Establishing a Centre of Excellence for promoting and validating qualifying programmes
for registered professional associations in complementary and traditional medicine, nationally and internationally

Key Objectives:

To promote nationally and internationally the crucial healthcare role played by evidence-based complementary/traditional medical practices in helping to reduce the high incidence of chronic health disorders for which Malaysia and the ASEAN countries spend more than 70% of their annual health budgets.
To support the World Health Organization’s effort in reducing premature deaths by 25% in the next five years from chronic disorders associated with poor dietary/lifestyle habits .
To offer accredited(particularly on-line) health empowering training courses on management of chronic health disorders on research evidence accumulated to date.
To establish global collaborations with tertiary institutes/universities that promote evidence-based complementary/natural medicine.


Professional Training in Complementary, Traditional and Wellness Educational Courses

Leading practitioners in this treatment modality help the ICTM in the development of cutting-edge and evidence-based know-how in
helping to address some of the more serious chronic health disorders that contribute to some 40 millions pre-mature deaths
globally identified by WHO.


Sharing of Fundamental Know-How

ICTM holds regular public seminars and forums in sharing clinical knowledge on managing the common chronic health
disorders linked to poor dietary choices and unhealth lifestyle habits.

Network Development Center

Key Objectives:

Establishing research and academic networking with national and global tertiary institutions that promote the use of complementary, natural, or traditional plant-based therapies.
Assisting local and foreign professional associations in establishing qualifying schemes for their members who offer adjunctive treatment for chronic health disorders.
Linking professional associations with internationally-recognizes standard of training to tertiary institutions/universities offering post-graduate degree training/ research.

Research Center

Key Objectives:

To collaborate with both local and foreign institutes of higher learning in promoting quality research on the role of dietary and lifestyle habits in promoting the incidence of common chronic disorders such as tumor/cancer growth, atherosclerosis, diabetes mellitus, hypertension, and immune dysfunction. Collectively, these non-communicable disease account for more than 80% of global annual pre-mature deaths (WHO Collaborating Centre for Self-Care)

Consulting/Wellness Center(s)

Key Objectives:

To collaborate with leading local and internationally-recognised practitioners of complementary and natural medicine in providing cutting-edge and evidence-based treatment consultation directly to consumers.
To offer access to downloable summaries of scientific studies on management of dietary/lifestyle-linked chronic disorders.
To promote AI-powered non-invasive pre-diagnoses of chronic disorders with feedback linked to mobile phones using 5G internet facilities.