Biomedic Foundation was established by Dr Damir Shakambet and Dr Tatyana Bosh in 1995. Originally named ‘Medical Refuge’, the Foundation was established with the purpose of creating a new medical system for improving health, and Dr Bosh received a Millennium Award in 2000 for her bioregulatory approach in treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. It became increasingly evident that individual health is profoundly affected by the state of the world and collective consciousness (as well as vice versa), since the turn of the new millennium the Foundation began to create a network that encourages a more proactive involvement in global reality. For this reason, we extended our original constitution to include larger objectives, and in 2001 the name of the charity was changed from Medical Refuge to the Biomedic Foundation.
Campaign for Consciousness
Biomedic Foundation began its unique journey with ‘Campaign for Consciousness’ (C4C). It is a huge and ongoing project to both individual and collective health consciousness.
People from all walks of life started to open-heartedly share talents and contribute to this new facet of our work. The campaign was particularly intensified and diversified from 11th September 2001. C4C now involves not just providing biomedical research and bioregulatory treatments, but also creative work in education and publishing e.g. running courses, seminars, conferences, academies, societies and is also involved in projects working with the media - to integrate the bioregulatory medical paradigm into all strata of society.
One of the early projects initiated by Campaign for Consciousness began with a project called ‘Orphan Voices’, which aimed to give a voice and a face to some of the more than 13 million children in Africa at the time, orphaned by the AIDS pandemic.
The following project that the Foundation launched via C4C in 2004, was referred to as the Doctor2Doctor Project. The aim of this project was to involve as many medical doctors as possible - to raise their interest in exploring the art of medicine beyond the techno-pharmacological approach, offer them free bioregulatory medical treatments, answer questions and explore the common area of physicians’ drug-free interest.
Doctor2Doctor project helped the charity collect relevant data and to finally solidify the concept known as Bioregulatory Medicine. As Biomedic Foundation provided a forum for research, discussion and education to physicians, CAM practitioners and the general public, it gathered their talents and abilities together towards developing this new and entirely health-centred medical paradigm; which puts emphasis on preventative and regenerative medicine.
Academy for Bioregulatory Medicine
Believing that integration, bioregulation and prevention represents the future of medicine, and valuing the efficiency of the bioregulatory approach to human health, in 1997 Biomedic Foundation started running the Academy for Bioregulatory Medicine. Since then, the Academy has been running seminars and courses on bioregulation for holistic medical doctors, CAM practitioners, and the general public - in the UK and worldwide.
International Society for Bioregulatory Medicine
In order for this new paradigm of health care to become widespread, Biomedic Foundation established the International Society for Bioregulatory Medicine, to help gather talented like-minded medical practitioners and therapists, and provide an international bioregulatory medical network for exchanging knowledge. Today, the society has a large network of its associated and trademarked societies worldwide including British, Irish, Serbian, American, Canadian and Australian Societies for Bioregulatory Medicine.
Vibrant Health Project
The latest project of C4C has been the Vibrant Health Project. The objective of the initiative is to contribute to social welfare by introducing basic principals and practical elements of Preventative Bioregulatory Medicine into nurseries, schools, care homes for special needs and nursing homes - in order to raise health culture and general standards of awareness and practice.
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