Complementary and Alternative Medicine

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Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Integrative Health Program
Complementary and alternative medicine can be used together with conventional therapy in the form of an integrative health program to improve the outcomes and quality of life of patients. A strategy to alter the views and beliefs of the medical staff would be to educate the medical staff about the benefits of CAM, illustrate the different ways in which it can be utilized in conjunction with conventional therapy to improve patient outcomes and to include physicians in the design and implementation of the integrative program (IM). An important part of the strategy would be to provide the medical staff with information about the research studies that support the benefit of...
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