Special Issue: Traditional Chinese Medicine
| 1 Hyland ME, Lewith GT, Westoby C.Developing a measure of attitudes: the holistic complementary and alternative medicine questionnaire.
2 Leach MJ.Public, nurse and medical practitioner attitude and practice of natural medicine.
3 MacLennan AH, Myers SP, Taylor AW. The continuing use of complementary and alternative medicine in South Australia: costs and beliefs in2004. Med J Aust. 2006; 184(1): 27-31.
4 Su D, Li L.Trends in the use of complementary and alternative medicine in the United States: 2002-2007.
5 Leach MJ.Profile of the complementary and alternative medicine workforce across Australia, New Zealand, Canada, United States and United Kingdom.
6 Busato A, Dönges A, Herren S, Widmer M, Marian F.Health status and health care utilisation of patients
7 in complementary and conventional primary care in Switzerland — an observational study.
7 Robinson A, Chesters J, Cooper S.People’s choice: complementary and alternative medicine modalities.
8 Sirois FM, Pur-stephenson RJ. Consumer decision factors for initial and long-term use of complementary and alternative medicine.
9 Xue CC, Zhang AL, Lin V, Da Costa C, Story DF.Complementary and alternative medicine use in Australia:a national population-based survey.
10 Zhu X, Carlton AL, Bensoussan A.Development in and challenge for traditional Chinese medicine in Australia.
11 Alan B, Yu S.Chinese medicine regulation and development in Australia.
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15 Xue CC, Wu Q, Zhou WY, Yang WH, Story DF.Comparison of Chinese medicine education and training in China and Australia.
16 Fan XJ, Yu SG, Liu XG, Zhang X, Liu XW, Jin Z, Li Y.Reform and practice of training mode of TCM ability-based talents.
17 Chen J, Wu X, Zeng F, Cai DJ, Liang FR. Exploring the teaching mode of core courses of acupuncture and moxibustion guided by the thoughts of “three kinds of competency”.
18 Chen J, Wu X, Chen CS, Li Y, Li J, Liang FY. System of core competence of undergraduates majoring in acupuncture and moxibustion: an evidence-based review.
19 Zaslawski C, Walsh S, James J, Deare J.A survey of the sociodemographics and practice characteristics of members of the Australian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Association Ltd.
|||Angelika Homberg, Katja Krug, Nadja Klafke, Katharina Glassen, Cornelia Mahler, Svetla Loukanova. Consensus views on competencies and teaching methods for an interprofessional curriculum on complementary and integrative medicine: A Delphi study. Journal of Integrative Medicine, 2021, 19(3): 282-290.|
|||Claire L. Hoban, Roger W. Byard, Ian F. Musgrave. Analysis of spontaneous adverse drug reactions to echinacea, valerian, black cohosh and ginkgo in Australia from 2000 to 2015. Journal of Integrative Medicine, 2019, 17(5): 338-343.|
|||Mohammad Hossein Ayati, Ata Pourabbasi, Nazli Namazi, Arman Zargaran, Zahra Kheiry, Amir Hooman Kazemi, Bagher Larijani. The necessity for integrating traditional, complementary, and alternative medicine into medical education curricula in Iran. Journal of Integrative Medicine, 2019, 17(4): 296-301.|
|||Charles Dalcanale Tesser, Ari Ojeda Ocampo Moré, Melissa Costa Santos, Emiliana Domingues Cunha da Silva, Fátima Terezinha Pelachini Farias, Lúcio José Botelho. Auriculotherapy in primary health care: A large-scale educational experience in Brazil. Journal of Integrative Medicine, 2019, 17(4): 302-309.|
|||Xu-xia Bao, Hui-han Ma, Hao Ding, Wen-wei Li, Min Zhu . Preliminary optimization of a Chinese herbal medicine formula based on the neuroprotective effects in a rat model of rotenone-induced Parkinson’s disease. Journal of Integrative Medicine, 2018, 16(4): 290-296.|
|||Lizhou Liu, Simone Petrich, Blair McLaren, Lyndell Kelly, G. David Baxter. An integrative Tai Chi program for patients with breast cancer undergoing cancer therapy: Study protocol for a randomized controlled feasibility study. Journal of Integrative Medicine, 2018, 16(2): 99-105.|
|||Arthur Yin Fan, Sarah Faggert. Distribution of licensed acupuncturists and educational institutions in the United States in early 2015. Journal of Integrative Medicine, 2018, 16(1): 1-5.|
|||Saswati Mahapatra, Anjali Bhagra, Bisrat Fekadu, Zhuo Li, Brent A. Bauer, Dietlind L. Wahner-Roedler. Incorporation of integrative medicine education into undergraduate medical education: A longitudinal study. Journal of Integrative Medicine, 2017, 15(6): 442-449.|
|||Negoslav P. Ostojić, Silvia Saxer. Policies towards implementation of positive changes and the introduction of integrated health care for health systems. Journal of Integrative Medicine, 2016, 14(6): 409-411.|
|||Molly J. Mallory, Alexander Do, Sara E. Bublitz, Susan J. Veleber, Brent A. Bauer, Anjali Bhagra. Puncturing the myths of acupuncture. Journal of Integrative Medicine, 2016, 14(5): 311-314.|
|||Arthur YinFan. The legendary life of Dr. Gim Shek Ju, the founding father of the education of acupuncture and Chinese medicine in the United States. Journal of Integrative Medicine, 2016, 14(3): 159-164.|
|||Jessica Stanhope, Philip Weinstein, Angus Cook. Health effects of natural spring waters: A protocol for systematic reviews with a regional case example. Journal of Integrative Medicine, 2015, 13(6): 416-420.|
|||Gerard Flaherty, Jenny Fitzgibbon, Peter Cantillon. Attitudes of medical students toward the practice and teaching of integrative medicine. Journal of Integrative Medicine, 2015, 13(6): 412-415.|
|||Maizes Victoria, Horwitz Randy, Lebensohn Patricia, McClafferty Hilary, Dalen James, Weil Andrew. The evolution of integrative medical education: the influence of the University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine. Journal of Integrative Medicine, 2015, 13(6): 356-362.|
|||Arthur Yin Fan . The earliest acupuncture school of the United States incubated in a Tai Chi Center in Los Angeles. Journal of Integrative Medicine, 2014, 12(6): 524-528.|