This part of the web-site includes details of events that have been submitted by CAMRN members.  Please note that the RCCM is not a sponsor of these events (unless stated specifically).  They are provided simply by way of interest to enquirers wishing to know more in this area. Any inaccuracies should be e-mailed to the CAMRN Administrator.

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.  We are delighted that Dr Jacqui Stringer will be our keynote speaker. It will include a mix of poster and oral presentations, a keynote speaker and plenty of … Read more

RCCM Annual Conference 2023

The RCCM Annual Conference 2023 was held at RLHIM in London on Friday 4th August. A report summarising the event is available on our Blog post Timetable now available here: RCCM Conference 2023 Timetable Abstract booklet available here: RCCM 2023 Conference Abstract booklet Pdfs of presentations available here: RCCM 2023 Conference presentations

RCCM Conference 2022

The RCCM conference for 2022 was held on Monday 5th September, online. We had a great turnout with over 45 people logging in. See our blog for a report of how it went. The conference programme is now available here: Conference programme The abstracts are available here: Abstract booklet Video interviews below with Nicola Wardhaugh, winner of the RCCM … Read more

Integrative and personalised medicine London 2022

Imagine a single overarching event that champions a whole person, patient centre approach to healthcare. Taking place in-person, in London the congress will bring together health care professionals from the various disciplines whether that might be conventional, integrative, functional, lifestyle, environmental, complementary, or holistic medicine. *The exhibition and workshops are FREE to attend.  Conference passes start … Read more

How to develop research strategy and support research within CAM

This research strategy event was run by RCCM included advice on how to: – Develop a profession-specific research strategy – Effectively manage research issues impacting CAM – Disseminate research insightfully and impactfully to advance your profession If you would like to purchase access to the recording of the event please email us on How … Read more