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Methods. A review of PubMed and the Chinese National Knowledge Infrastructure for relevant educational papers was undertaken. Online and paper documents available at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and the Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (CDUTCM) were read and analyzed.
Adverse reactions to complementary medicines: the Australian pharmacy experience ijpp_36 242..244 Lesley A. Brauna,b, Evilin Tiralongoc, Jenny M. Wilkinsond,
The carbon footprint attributed to health care was 7% of Australia’s total; with hospitals and pharmaceuticals the major contributors. We quantified Australian carbon footprint attributed to health care and identified health-care sectors that could be ameliorated.
The Australian Journal of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (AJACM) is the official journal of the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association Ltd (AACMA).
Results The overall response rate was 58.5% (644/1100) for the pharmacist cohort and 28% (280/1000) for the pharmacy assistant cohort. This represents pharmacy staff responses from 803 community pharmacies across Australia (approximately 14.6%, 803/5500 of community pharmacies nationally).
This is the first article in a series providing evidence-based answers to common questions about complementary medicines from consumers and healthcare professionals. To identify the most commonly asked questions, we analysed 125,919 calls from the NPS MedicineWise (NPS) Medicines Line (1
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I recently attended a breakfast event at the NHAA International Conference on Herbal Medicine to hear Dr Joseph Pizzorno speak about his years of expertise in the field of naturopathic medicine. Dr Pizzorno is a leading authority on evidence-based complementary medicine and was the founding
Herbal medicine – also known as botanical medicine, phytotherapy or phytomedicine – involves using a plant or part of a plant for healing purposes. The herbal part of a remedy may come from the leaf, flower, stem, seed, root, fruit or bark of the plant and it may be used to …
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All colonoscopies are not created equal: why Australia now has a clinical care standard for colonoscopy Jean Wong and Alan Meagher National Heart Foundation of Australia and Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand: Australian clinical guidelines for the …
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Materia Medica of Western Herbs By Carole Fisher Carole Fisher 2009 PO Box 1317 Nelson New Zealand email firstname.lastname@example.org This is an updated edition of the original 1996 materia medica which has proven to be so popular with students of herbal medicine.
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The NHAA is professional association representing herbalists and those interested in herbal medicine. Here you will find information and resources for practitioner members including the Australian Journal of Medical Herbalism (AJMH), information for the public, and much more.
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Australia. The NHAA is the only national professional association specifically concerned with the practice and education of Western herbal medicine (WHM) in Australia. Members are required to adhere to the Association’s Constitution and the Code of Ethics (including standards of practice). Details of the Constitution and the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice of the Association are
Evans, S 2009, ‘Joseph Banks and the continuing influence of European colonisation on Australian herbal practice’,Australian Journal of Medical Herbalism , vol. 21, no. 3, pp. 63-65. The abstract and pdf of the published article reproduced in ePublications@SCU with the permission of Australian Journal of Medical
Aboriginal health may be high on the policy agenda, but traditional Aboriginal healers hardly rate a mention in Australia’s official health policies.
Postprint of: Evans, S & Avila, C 2016, ‘Partners in practice: practitioners’ perceptions of herbal medicine manufacturers revealed through dispensary decisions’, Australian Journal of Herbal Medicine, vol. 28, no. 2, pp. 41-47.
Abstract. Adults with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are at a greater risk of anxiety and depression and impaired quality of life (QoL) compared with healthy controls and …
Smoking is a major health hazard, and since nonsmokers are healthier than smokers, it seems only natural that not smoking would save money spent on health care.
Depression is unfortunately an extremely common condition these days. It is estimated that almost a quarter of all Australians are affected by depression and/or anxiety. 1 These disorders can greatly reduce a person’s enjoyment of life, and interfere with work, family, relationships, personal wellbeing, and more.
Women who use aromatherapy (17.4%, n = 319) and homoeopathy (13.3%, n = 244) want more personal control over their body and are concerned more about their own personal experience of the efficacy of CAM than clinical evidence of efficacy. As CAM use in pregnancy appears to be increasingly commonplace, insights into women’s attitudes towards CAM are valuable for maternity healthcare …
The NHAA provides professional accreditation solely for Western herbal medicine and it reputes to maintain the highest educational and practice standards for Western herbal medicine in Australia. 4 The NHAA was thus considered an ideal population to represent the practices of Western herbal therapists in Australia. Overall, the study indicates a great deal of uniformity in Australia across the
Good communication between health providers and patients is the cornerstone of high quality, patient centred care. 1 A caring attitude to the patient’s psychosocial/emotional needs is an important aspect of the patient experience and one that receives the greatest emphasis in the literature. 2 Patient centred care is associated with higher
At the time of the study there were five major professional associations – Australian Naturopathic Practitioners Association (ANPA), Australian Natural Therapists Association (ANTA), Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS), Federation of Natural and Traditional Therapists (FNTT), and National Herbalists Association of Australia (NHAA) – and a large number of smaller groups. The
Abstract. Deliberate self‐harm is a major problem in the developing world, responsible for around 600 000 deaths in 1990. The toxicity of available poisons and paucity of medical services ensure that mortality from self‐poisoning is far greater in the tropics than in the industrialized world.
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Abstract. Background Biologically-based complementary medicine (BB-CM) use is prevalent amongst people living with cancer. Pharmacists play an important role in …
The purpose of this systematic review is to provide a comprehensive evaluation of studies investigating the therapeutic effects of curcumin in neuropsychiatric diseases including, major depressive disorder, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and autism.
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• describe how herbal medicine products are regulated in Australia. Authors Dr Emma Warnecke MBBS(Hons), GradCert LT Health Prof, FRACGP is Associate Professor and Associate Head (Student Affairs) at the University of Tasmania School of Medicine. She is an experienced GP and has been practicing wholistically since 1998. Emma focuses on treating the whole person, mind body and …
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Key points. Any product used for the treatment of menopausal symptoms should have been shown in clinical studies to be safe and effective. There have been many trials of complementary and herbal medicines for the relief of menopausal symptoms.
1. Duckett SJ, Breadon P, Romanes D. Identifying and acting on potentially inappropriate care. Med J Aust 2015; 203: 183e.1-183e.6. 2. Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.
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Frawley J, Adams J, Sibbritt D, Steel A, Broom A (2013) Self-care practices of women using Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) in pregnancy: A nationally representative sample of …
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Abstract. Complementary and alternative medicine, for reasons varying from a desire to control symptoms and prevent and treat cancer to high accessibility, has assumed significant importance in cancer treatment and care for many patients.
Background. The majority of Australians use complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). Despite concerns about safety, patterns of health literacy and CAM use …
Herbal Medications There is a widespread use of herbal medications in surgical patients. Most patients do not volunteer information regarding herbal medication use; obtaining such a history may be difficult. 249–251 Morbidity and mortality associated with herbal use may be more likely in the perioperative period because of the polypharmacy and physiological alterations that occur.
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WHO guidelines on good manufacturing practices (GMP) for herbal med- icines , which provide general technical guidance on obtaining medicinal plant materials of good quality for the production of herbal …
Abstract. Background: Dental erosion is an increasingly prevalent problem in Australia. The aim of this study was to analyse the composition and erosive potential of beverages sold for consumption in Victorian schools.
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Med J Aust 2006; 184: 27–31. This work was supported with the financial assistance of the 8. Bensoussan A et al. Naturopathic and Western herbal medicine Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing as practice in Australia – a workforce survey. Complement Ther Med part of the fourth community pharmacy agreement through 2004; 12:17–27. the Fourth Community Pharmacy …
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We were pleased to see a review by Wong in Aust J Herbal Med 24:3;97 (2012) appraising the quality of the most recent St John’s wort (SJW) study by Rapaport et al
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Herbal growers, manufacturers, researchers, medical clinicians, funding agencies are all part of the panoply of actors involved in the making of safe and effective herbal medicine. As demand for alternative medicine has grown, so have the harvesting and collection pressures for numerous ecologies that produce the medicinal plants of interest.
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1. Faculty of Medicine, University of Sydney, New South Wales and Cancer Pharmacology Research Group, Concord Hospital, New South Wales. 2. Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Sydney, New South Wales and Centre for Education and Research on Ageing, Concord Hospital, New South Wales.
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