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Traditional, Complementary and Integrative Medicine

An International Reader

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19 June 2012

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This authoritative collection is the first wide-ranging overview dedicated to traditional, complementary and integrative medicine (TCIM) and its scientific study. Compiled by an expert editorial team, it is an essential...

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This authoritative collection is the first wide-ranging overview dedicated to traditional, complementary and integrative medicine (TCIM) and its scientific study. Compiled by an expert editorial team, it is an essential guide to the vast and ever-growing international literature on TCIM.
 
Contributions come from practitioners and academics drawn from a diverse range of disciplines and professions across the globe. From perspectives on the significance of TCIM within public health policy to discourses on its influence in fields such as psychiatry and sociology, discrete chapters come together to provide an international map of the contemporary research, key debates and core issues which shape the field.
 
Carefully structured to ensure easy navigation, the reader is divided into three parts:

  • Part A focuses on the consumption of TCIM, including chapters on its use through the life-cycle and within the context of disease and health management;
  • Part B covers considerations for practitioners across the world, taking in issues over ethics, communication and education;
  • Part C features chapters on the role of evidence, research and knowledge production in TCIM and looks at what lies ahead for the field.
With its thought-provoking insights and suggestions for further reading, this comprehensive resource provides guidance and inspiration for anyone embarking on study, practice or research within health, nursing or medicine.

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Provides a comprehensive one-stop resource for the latest research in the growing field of TCIM


Combines the experience of editors drawn from the diverse fields of public health, herbal medicine, health geography, sociology and health policy, ensuring breadth of appeal to students, academics and practitioners

Includes material on the place of traditional medicine within both developed and developing countries, and brings together author perspectives from around the world

Subdivided into parts and then sections, this easy to navigate text also features further reading resources as a springboard for extended learning

Introduction; J.Adams, G.J.AndrewsJ.BarnesA.Broom & P.Magin
PART I: UTILISATION: POPULATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS 
Section I: Profile, Demographics and Motivations for Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use
Introduction; J.Adams, G.J.AndrewsJ.BarnesA.Broom & P.Magin 
The Profile of Complementary and Alternative Medicine Users and Reasons for Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use; G.J.AndrewsJ.AdamsJ.Segrott & C.W.Lui
Relief, Risk and Renewal: Mixed Therapy Regimens in an Australian Suburb; L.Connor
Utilising Existing Data Sets to Investigate Complementary and Alternative Medicine Consumption; D.Sibbritt & J.Adams
Section II: Complementary and Alternative Medicine through the Life-cycle 
Introduction; J.AdamsG.J.Andrews, J.BarnesA.Broom & P.Magin
Women's Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine During Pregnancy; J.AdamsC.W.LuiD.SibbrittA.BroomJ.WardleC.Homer, A.Steel & S.Beck
Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use amongst Infants, Children and Adolescents; D.AdamsK.Kemper & S.Vohra
'Getting on with Life': The Experience of Older People using Complementary Health Care; T.Cartwright
Section III: Traditional, Complementary and Integrative Medicine and Disease Context 
Introduction; J.AdamsG.J.AndrewsJ.BarnesA.Broom & P.Magin
Topical and Oral Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Acne; P.MaginJ.AdamsD.Pond & W.Smith
Patient Decision-making About Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Cancer Management; L.BalneavesL.Weeks & D.Seely 
Mental Health and Complementary and Alternative Medicine; J.Sarris & J.Lake
Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use among HIV-positive People; R.Littlewood & P.Vanable 
Traditional, Complementary and Integrative Medicine and Well-being; R.Harvey
PART II: PRACTICE, PROVISION AND THE PROFESSIONAL INTERFACE
Section IV: Traditional Medicine in Context
Introduction; J.AdamsG.J.AndrewsJ.BarnesA.Broom & P.Magin
Bio-politics and the Promotion of Traditional Herbal Medicine in Vietnam; A.Wahlberg
The Inequalities of Medical Pluralism; A.BroomA.Doron & P.Tovey
In the Presence of Biomedicine: Ayurveda, Medical Integration and Health Seeking in Mysore, South India; T.Nisula
Section V: Exploring the Complementary and Alternative Medicine-conventional Medicine Interface
Introduction; J.AdamsG.J.AndrewsJ.BarnesA.Broom & B.Shelley, A.SussmanR.WilliamsA.Segal & B.Crabtree (on behalf of the RIOS Net Clinicians)
The Ethics of Dietary Supplements and Natural Health Products in Pharmacy Practice; H.BoonK.HirschkornG.Griener & M.Cali
Nostalgic and Nostophobic Referencing and the Authentication of Nurses' Use of Complementary Therapies; P.Tovey & J.Adams
Section VI: Integrative Medicine 
Introduction; J.AdamsG.J.AndrewsJ.BarnesA.Broom & P.Magin
Variations in Provider Conceptions of Integrative Medicine; A.HsiaoG.RyanR.HaysI.CoulterR.Anderson & N.Wenger
Which Medicine? Whose Standard? Critical Reflections on Medical Integration in China; R.Fan & I.Holliday
Complementary and Alternative Medicine Education; D.RakelM.GuerreraB.BaylesG.Desai & E.Ferrara
PART III: KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTION, RESEARCH DESIGN AND PERSPECTIVES
Section VII: Evidence, Safety and Regulation
Introduction; J.AdamsG.J.Andrews, J.BarnesA.Broom & P.Magin
The Role of Evidence in Alternative Medicine; C.Barry
Researching Complementary and Alternative Treatments; V.FønnebøS.GrimsgaardH.WalachC.RitenbaughA.NorheimH.MacPhersonG.LewithL.LaunsøM.KoithanT.FalkenbergH.Boon & M.Aickin
Evidence Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Promises and Problems; I.Coulter 
Indirect Risks of Complementary and Alternative Medicine; J.Wardle & J.Adams
The Liberalisation of Regulatory Structure of Complementary and Alternative Medicine; M.Weir
Section VIII: Traditional, Complementary and Integrative Medicine in Perspective
Introduction; J.AdamsG.J.AndrewsJ.BarnesA.Broom & P.Magin
The Geography of Complementary and Alternative Medicine; G.J.AndrewsJ.SegrottC.W.Lui & J.Adams 
Re-positioning the Role of Traditional Medicine as Essential Health Knowledge in Global Health?; D.Hollenberg, D.ZakusT.Cook & X.W.Xu 
Review of Economic Methods Used in Complementary Medicine; C.DoranD.ChangH.Kiat & A.Bensoussan
Section IX: Future agendas: Key Debates and Themes
Introduction; J.AdamsG.J.AndrewsJ.BarnesA.Broom & P.Magin
The Future of Integrative Medicine; I.Coulter 
The Challenges of Traditional, Complementary and Integrative Medicine Research; J.Wardle & D.Seely
Research Capacity Building in Traditional, Complementary and Integrative Medicine: Grass-roots Action towards a Broader Vision; J.AdamsD.SibbrittA.BroomJ.WardleA.SteelV.Murthy & J.Daley
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JON ADAMS Professor of Public Health at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia, and holds an NHMRC Career Development Fellowship in CAM and women's health. He is Executive Director of the Network of Researchers in the Public Health of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NORPHCAM) www.norphcam.org and a Senior Fellow of the International Brisbane Initiative at the Department of Primary Health Care, University of Oxford. Jon is also National Convenor of the 'Evidence, Research and Policy in Complementary Medicine' Special Interest Group at the Public Health Association of Australia, Associate Editor for the peer-reviewed journals Complementary Therapies in Medicine, Journal of Acupuncture and Meridian...

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JON ADAMS Professor of Public Health at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia, and holds an NHMRC Career Development Fellowship in CAM and women's health. He is Executive Director of the Network of Researchers in the Public Health of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NORPHCAM) www.norphcam.org and a Senior Fellow of the International Brisbane Initiative at the Department of Primary Health Care, University of Oxford. Jon is also National Convenor of the 'Evidence, Research and Policy in Complementary Medicine' Special Interest Group at the Public Health Association of Australia, Associate Editor for the peer-reviewed journals Complementary Therapies in Medicine, Journal of Acupuncture and Meridian Studies and BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine as well as Regional Co-Editor for the European Journal of Integrative Medicine.


GAVIN J. ANDREWS Professor at McMaster University, Canada. Gavin was the inaugural Chair of the Department of Health, Aging and Society from 2006-2011. A health geographer and predominantly qualitative researcher, Gavin's wide-ranging interests include the dynamics between space/place and complementary medicine, aging, nursing, specific phobias, fitness, health histories, popular music and primary health care. Much of Gavin's work is positional and considers the development, state-of-the-art and future of his sub-discipline. Gavin's particular interests in complementary medicine include small business entrepreneurship, visualization practices, and the use of music as an everyday practice for wellbeing.

JOANNE BARNES Associate Professor in Herbal Medicines at the School of Pharmacy, University of Auckland, New Zealand. She is an honorary consultant to the World Health Organisation's Uppsala Monitoring Centre and a member of its herbal safety signal review panel. Joanne's research interests broadly include the utilisation, quality, efficacy, safety and pharmacovigilance of complementary medicines, particularly herbal medicinal products, and the roles and experiences of the pharmacist and other stakeholders in the safe and effective use of complementary medicines. Her work bridges the disciplines of pharmacognosy/natural products, pharmacovigilance/pharmacoepidemiology and pharmacy practice/health services research.

ALEX BROOM Associate Professor of Sociology and Australia Research Council Future Fellow at the School of Social Science, The University of Queensland, Australia. Alex specialises in the sociology of traditional, complementary and alternative medicine (TCAM) and the sociology of cancer and end-of-life care and he has led sociological studies of TCAM in Australia, the UK, Brazil, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Alex is currently leading a cross-cultural comparative study of medical pluralism in Australia, India and Brazil and a longitudinal qualitative study of end-of-life care in Australia.

PARKER MAGIN General Practitioner and is Senior Lecturer and Director, Primary Health Care Research, Evaluation and Development Program, Discipline of General Practice, University of Newcastle, Australia and a Medical Educator, General Practice Training Valley to Coast, Newcastle, Australia. Parker is also a Key Collaborator with the Network of Researchers in the Public Health of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NORPHCAM), an Affiliated Researcher with the Brain and Mental Health Program, Hunter Medical Research Institute, and a Member of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners Standing Committee - Research.

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