Acupuncture Training at Malindi Prison

Megan Yarberry

The auricular acupuncture technique known as the NADA protocol was originally developed to treat addiction at an urban American hospital. It has since been adapted to treat a variety of mental and behavioural health conditions and is now a feature of diverse healthcare programmes around the world. This article describes the history, adaptations and particular considerations involved in NADA training provided at the GK (Government of Kenya) Prison in coastal Kenya.

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AuthorMegan Yarberry

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