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International Complementary Medicine Research: 'Reflections from the field'
Wed. 26 October 2016, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm AEDT
Free Event Series: Blackmores Institute Scientific Meetings
A great opportunity to be part of invigorating, topical discussions and to network with peers.
In conjunction with Endeavour College of Natural Health and ARCCIM, University of Technology Sydney, Blackmores Institute invites healthcare professionals and students of complementary medicine to hear the latest on the big questions relating to integrative topics in complementary therapies with a series of Quarterly Scientific Meetings.
The next in these free-of-charge healthcare professional events ‘International Complementary Medicine Research: 'Reflections from the field' will be held at the University of Technology Sydney on Wednesday 26th October 2016 at 6:30 pm.
This meeting will provide a discussion of complementary healthcare in different international contexts. The speakers, who are part of UTS:ARCCIM’s International Complementary Medicine Research Leadership Program, will draw upon their work examining manual therapies and yoga to provide a number of insights of interest to practitioners, policy makers, researchers and patients
Speakers & Topics
Dr Tobias Sundberg: 'Exploring the integration of manual therapies in clinical practice'
Dr Holger Cramer: 'Yoga as a therapeutic intervention: Utilization, effectiveness and safety'
Further information on this event can also be found at www.blackmoresinstitute.org/events/scientific-meetings
Doors open and light refreshments available from 6 pm. Certificates of attendance will be provided for CPE points, please check with your professional association for accreditation options.
If you are unable to attend on the night please register with Blackmores Institute at www.blackmoresinstitute.org for access to any relevant slides or speaker interviews once they are available post-event.
Date and Time
University of Technology Sydney
Room CB.11.00.405, Building 11
Cnr Broadway & Wattle Street
Ultimo, NSW 2007