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Learning about the Integrative Medicine Movement: Recommended Resources

Megan Gale

Recommended Resources "Friend of Integrative Medicine" package

original post was 5/9/2017.  This resource collection was part of a fundraiser package we had in our spring fundraiser, called "Friend of Integrative Medicine".

If you are interested in the movement of integrative medicine into mainstream medicine from at least one of these perspectives:
 

  • as a healthcare consumer/patient 
  • as a healthcare advocate
  • as a healthcare practitioner
  • as a healthcare administrator
  • as a philanthropist 


I recommend the following introductory resources for perusing:


 

  1. a copy of the book, The Bravewell Story:  how a small community of philanthropists made a big difference in healthcare by Bonnie Horrigan
  2. the DVD documentary, Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare
  3. the book, The Spark in the Machine:  how the science of acupuncture explains the mysteries of Western Medicine by Daniel Keown

To purchase the above books, check our our Amazon Affiliate Store link, under the category "Friend of Integrative Medicine".
The spring fundraiser 2017 has concluded.  If you are interested in contributing to the work we are doing at the Hospital Handbook Project, go to our website.

 

Contribute directly to the website if you want as much of your contribution to go directly to Project costs as possible.

Thank you for supporting this work and this community!

Our Crowdfunding Campaign for 2017 has Launched!

Megan Gale

Our Crowdfunding Campaign page just launched to run until early June.  You can contribute to the 2017 Hospital Handbook Projects through this website or through the Campaign page.  See the Campaign page for details of the 2017 projects.  

This is not a 501c nonprofit organization, so contributions are not tax-deductible.

Meridians: The Journal of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

Megan Gale

Meridians: The Journal of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine is a peer-reviewed scientific journal in the field of East Asian Medicine.  This journal is Medline-compliant and in the following databases:

CINAHL--a nursing profession database
EBSCO--international scholarly database

In 2016 Meridians became the official journal of the National Certification Commission on Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).  As such, the electronic version of the journal is offered as a free member benefit to NCCAOM Diplomates.

To view or buy current or past issues of Meridians, go to their website.
For social media updates, check out their Facebook page.

Research Literacy
Meridians has a great Resource page for Scientific Writing and Research Literacy page compiled by editor Jen Stone.
Go check out the resources available or linked to this resource page:
 

  • 5 Short "How to" Articles on Scientific Writing
  • How to Write a Pilot Study
  • How to Write a Good Case Report
  • CARE Case Reports:  Resources
  • How to Write a Good Abstract
  • CONSORT Transparent Reporting of Trials
  • NIH Protocol Design Templates
  • International Committee of Journal Editors
  • Standards for Reporting Interventions in Controlled Trials of Acupuncture (STRICT-A)
  • Poster Presentation Resources
  • Federal Funding Resources
  • CAM Scientific Databases
  • Research Societies