RCCM aims to be the UK's leading authority on TCIM (Traditional Complementary and Integrative Medicine) research.  Our full strategy is available here.

RCCM Annual Conference 2024

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RCCM Annual Conference 2024

The RCCM annual conference will be held on 13th September.

It will be online and will showcase UK CAM research, especially from PhD, postgrad, and early career researchers.

Vision: To be a trusted, vibrant hub leading TCIM research.

Mission: To support, nurture and advise on delivering high-quality research within the TCIM community.

Core values:

Trust  - a trusted and valued source of TCIM research advice and expertise.
Empowerment  - empowering researchers, patients, regulators and providers to conduct/access/understand TCIM evidence.
Excellence - high quality research.
Collaboration - networking and collaboration within the TCIM research community.
Diversity and inclusivity - We welcome all types of TCIM, private or NHS providers, and all career stages and research methodologies.


Introduction to RCCM


As a full or corporate member of the RCCM you will have access to our members section which includes research guides on ‘finding evidence’, ‘research methods’, ‘ethics’ and ‘funding for CAM’, ‘Information on effectiveness’.  You will have access to information on CAM Guidelines, RCCM publications and links to CAM networks.

  • Free quarterly newsletter
  • Discounted rates for research seminars and conferences, including the RCCM annual conference, the annual leading UK conference focusing on current research into complementary medicine
  • Mentorship for developing researchers
  • Access to the Linkedin RCCM members group to meet and chat to other researchers
  • Specific events for members on key areas such as the NHS and research strategy development
  • Discounts for student members

Use of the RCCM logo on websites or media does not imply endorsement of any organisation, therapy, product, service, individual, opinion, website or other media, and RCCM does not accept any responsibility for the use of the logo, and RCCM shall not be liable to any person or organisation for any loss or damage however it may arise from the use of the logo or expression of RCCM membership.