Conclusion

  • Joanna Trevelyan
  • Brian Booth
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Abstract

It is clear that there are many encouraging initiatives currently taking place in the field of non-conventional therapy, and it is hoped that good practice in each can be extrapolated for general use.

A quote from a supportive commentator, a therapist, or perhaps a satisfied client? In fact it is just one of the conclusions the British Medical Association came to in its recent investigation of complementary medicine (BMA 1993). If the gamekeeper has now turned poacher, surely complementary medicine has come of age?

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  1. A quote from a supportive commentator, a therapist, or perhaps a satisfied client? In fact it is just one of the conclusions the British Medical Association came to in its recent investigation of complementary medicine (BMA 1993). If the gamekeeper has now turned poacher, surely complementary medicine has come of age?Google Scholar
  2. BMA 1993. Complementary Medicine: new approaches to good practice. London: British Medical Association.Google Scholar
  3. NAHAT 1993. Complementary therapies in the NHS (Research Paper No. 10). London: National Association of Health Authorities and Trusts.Google Scholar

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