What is Integrative Medicine?
Dr. Brian Berman of the University of Maryland School of Medicine defines
integrative medicine and differentiates it from alternative medicine.
Treating the Whole Person
Dr. Mimi Guarneri of the Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine outlines
what she feels conventional medicine has been missing in recent years.
Integrative Medicine and Serious Illness
Dr. Tracy Gaudet of the Duke Center for Integrative Medicine asserts
that current conventional medicine is, by and large, not prepared to fully
address serious illness.
Researching Safe & Effective Therapies
Dr. Margaret Chesney of the National Institutes of Health talks about
the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM’s)
role in the future of integrative medicine.
How Medicine is Changing
Dr. Tanya Edwards of the Cleveland Clinic Foundation predicts that the
term “integrative medicine” will someday become unnecessary.
A New Definition of Health
Dr. Richard Davidson of the W.M. Keck Laboratory for the Functional Brain
Imaging and Behavior at the University of Wisconsin-Madison explains why
health is much greater than the absence of disease.
The Origins of Integrative Medicine
Dr. Dennis H. Novack of Drexel University College of Medicine talks
about the roots of medicine and the roles of traditional healers.
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