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The following RCCM publications/articles (listed in date order with the most recent at the top) may be of interest. Several can be downloaded where a link is provided.
- Robinson N, Newman-Turner R, Pilkington K. Editorial: Building the evidence for CAM - 30 years on. European Journal of Integrative Medicine 2013; 5 (6): 465–468. (Downloadable by selecting the above title.)
- Lorence A, Robinson N, A strong evidence base, International Therapist, April 2013; 104, 10-12. (This article was first published in International Therapist the membership journal of the Federation of Holistic Therapists (www.fht.org.uk). It can be downloaded by selecting the above article title and is reproduced with permission of the FHT and the authors.)
Robinson N, Lorenc A, Lewith G. Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) professional practice and safety: a consensus building workshop. European Journal of Integrative Medicine 2011; e-49-e53 doi:10.1016/jeujim.2011.05.011. (also downloadable by selecting above article title).
Robinson N, Guthlin C, Weidenhammer W, Wolf U. Research initiatives in Europe. ForschendeKompementarmedizin. 2010;17:275-276.
Robinson N, Lewith G. The RCCM 2009 Survey: Mapping doctoral and postgraduate CAM research in the United Kingdom. eCAM 2009; 1-5 doi:10.1093/ecam/nep184
- Robinson N Bridging the gap between evidence and practice. The Research Council for Complementary Medicine launches a new strategy. Complementary Therapies in Medicine 2009; 17: 328.
Lewith G, Robinson N. CAM: Is any research worthwhile? What do the public want and how it may be delivered safely and effectively? Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 2009:102; 411-414.
Professor Robinson is the Editor in Chief of the Elsevier publication, European Journal of Integrative Medicine. www.elsevier.com/eujim. The document that follows, provides links to various Open Access articles as well as key editorials that details the articles in each journal issue. EJIM open access articles.docx
The journal is affiliated to the RCCM. The journal encourages submissions relating to the various aspects of integrative medicine and is a truly international in its approach. Complementary medicine professionalism and commitment to research are key for integration. It recently received its first Impact Factor (1.2). We would welcome your submissions to the journal (please see the website for further information)
Editorial, European Journal of Integrative Medicine doi:1016/j.eujim.2011.04.023
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