Traditional, Complementary and Integrative Medicine: An International Reader by Jon AdamsTraditional, Complementary and Integrative Medicine: An International Reader by Jon Adams

Traditional, Complementary and Integrative Medicine: An International Reader

EditorJon Adams, Gavin Andrews, Joanne Barnes

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A ground-breaking collection of contemporary TCIM literature featuring respected research articles alongside fresh material. Bringing together the perspectives of a diverse range of international practitioners and academics, it provides essential guidance, insight and inspiration for those embarking upon study, practice or research in this field.

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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...

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Title:Traditional, Complementary and Integrative Medicine: An International ReaderFormat:PaperbackDimensions:312 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.03 inPublished:May 22, 2012Publisher:Macmillan Education UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230232655

ISBN - 13:9780230232655

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Table of Contents

Introduction; J.Adams, G.J.Andrews, J.Barnes, A.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.Andrews, J.Barnes, A.Broom & P.Magin
The Profile of Complementary and Alternative Medicine Users and Reasons for Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use; G.J.Andrews, J.Adams, J.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.Adams, G.J.Andrews, J.Barnes, A.Broom & P.Magin
Women's Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine During Pregnancy; J.Adams, C.W.Lui, D.Sibbritt, A.Broom, J.Wardle, C.Homer, A.Steel & S.Beck
Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use amongst Infants, Children and Adolescents; D.Adams, K.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.Adams, G.J.Andrews, J.Barnes, A.Broom & P.Magin
Topical and Oral Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Acne; P.Magin, J.Adams, D.Pond & W.Smith
Patient Decision-making About Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Cancer Management; L.Balneaves, L.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.Adams, G.J.Andrews, J.Barnes, A.Broom & P.Magin
Bio-politics and the Promotion of Traditional Herbal Medicine in Vietnam; A.Wahlberg
The Inequalities of Medical Pluralism; A.Broom, A.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.Adams, G.J.Andrews, J.Barnes, A.Broom & P.Magin
They Don't Ask So I Don't Tell Them: Patient-clinician Communication about Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicine; B.Shelley, A.Sussman, R.Williams, A.Segal & B.Crabtree (on behalf of the RIOS Net Clinicians)
The Ethics of Dietary Supplements and Natural Health Products in Pharmacy Practice; H.Boon, K.Hirschkorn, G.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.Adams, G.J.Andrews, J.Barnes, A.Broom & P.Magin
Variations in Provider Conceptions of Integrative Medicine; A.Hsiao, G.Ryan, R.Hays, I.Coulter, R.Anderson & N.Wenger
Which Medicine? Whose Standard? Critical Reflections on Medical Integration in C