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A Comparative Conceptual Framework of Mainstream Health Providers' Views and Behaviours Regarding Complementary/Alternative Medicine
Unformatted Document Text:  36 Sharma, U. (2000). Medical Pluralism and the Future of CAM. Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Challenge and Change. M. Kelner, B. Wellman, B. Pescosolido and M. Saks. Australia, Harwood Academic Publishers: 211-222. Siahpush, M. (1999). "A critical review of the sociology of alternative medicine: research on users, practitioners and the orthodoxy." Health 4(2): 159-178(20). Sikand, A. and M. Laken (1998). "Pediatricians’ Experience With and Attitudes Toward Complementary/Alternative Medicine." Archives of Pediatric Adolescent Medicine 152: 1059-64. Silverman, R. (1995). "Use of alternative therapies in childbirth." British Journal of Midwifery 3(4): 196-200. Snyder, M. and R. Lindquist (2001). "Issues in Complementary Therapies: How We Got to Where We Are." Online Journal of Issues in Nursing 6(2): Manuscipt 1. Soellner, W. and S. Maislinger (2003). "How to Improve communication between physicians and cancer patients about use of alternative medicine? (letter)." Psycho-Oncology. 12: 203-204. Sohn, P. M. and C. A. Loveland Cook (2002). "Nurse practitioner knowledge of complementary alternative health care: foundation for practice." Journal of Advanced Nursing. 39(1): 9-16. Straub, L. A. and E. Henley (2000). "Complementary Medicine in Rural Illinois: Provider Views." Rural Research Report 11(8): 1-8. Taylor, B. (2002). "Becoming a reflective nurse or midwife: using complementary therapies while practising holistically." Complementary Therapies in Nursing & Midwifery 8: 62-68. Tiran, D. (2003). "Implementing complementary therapies into midwifery practice." Complementary Therapies in Nursing & Midwifery 9(1): 10-13. Tiran, D. and S. Mack (2000). Complementary Therapies for Pregnancy and Childbirth. Edinburgh, Bailliere Tindall. Tovey, P. and J. Adams (2003). "Nostalgic and nostophobic referencing and the authentication of nurses’ use of complementary therapies." Social Science & Medicine 56(7): 1469-1480. Tovey, P. and J. Adams (2002). "Towards a sociology of CAM and nursing." Complementary Therapies in Nursing & Midwifery. 8(1): 12-16. Tovey, P. (2001). "Nurses’ use of professional distancing in the appropriation of CAM: a text analysis." Complementary Therapies in Medicine. 9: 136-140. Tovey, P. (1997). "Contingent legitimacy: U.K. alternative practitioners and inter-sectoral acceptance." Social Science & Medicine 45(7): 1129-33. Trevelyan, J. (1996). "A True Complement?" Nursing Times 92(5): 42-43. Verhoef, M. J., A. Best, et al. (2002). "Role of Complementary Medicine in Medical Education: Opinions of Medical Educators." The Annals (Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada). Verhoef, M. J. and L. R. Sutherland (1995a). "General Practitioners’ Assessment of and Interest in Alternative Medicine in Canada." Social Science & Medicine 41(4): 511-15. Verhoef, M. J. and L. R. Sutherland (1995b). "Alternative medicine and general practitioners. Opinions and behaviour." Canadian Family Physician 41: 1005-11.

Authors: Hirschkorn, Kristine. and Bourgeault, Ivy.
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Sharma, U. (2000). Medical Pluralism and the Future of CAM. Complementary and Alternative Medicine:
Challenge and Change. M. Kelner, B. Wellman, B. Pescosolido and M. Saks. Australia, Harwood
Academic Publishers: 211-222.

Siahpush, M. (1999). "A critical review of the sociology of alternative medicine: research on users,
practitioners and the orthodoxy." Health 4(2): 159-178(20).

Sikand, A. and M. Laken (1998). "Pediatricians’ Experience With and Attitudes Toward
Complementary/Alternative Medicine." Archives of Pediatric Adolescent Medicine 152: 1059-64.

Silverman, R. (1995). "Use of alternative therapies in childbirth." British Journal of Midwifery 3(4): 196-
200.
Snyder, M. and R. Lindquist (2001). "Issues in Complementary Therapies: How We Got to Where We
Are." Online Journal of Issues in Nursing 6(2): Manuscipt 1.

Soellner, W. and S. Maislinger (2003). "How to Improve communication between physicians and cancer
patients about use of alternative medicine? (letter)." Psycho-Oncology. 12: 203-204.

Sohn, P. M. and C. A. Loveland Cook (2002). "Nurse practitioner knowledge of complementary alternative
health care: foundation for practice." Journal of Advanced Nursing. 39(1): 9-16.

Straub, L. A. and E. Henley (2000). "Complementary Medicine in Rural Illinois: Provider Views." Rural
Research Report 11(8): 1-8.

Taylor, B. (2002). "Becoming a reflective nurse or midwife: using complementary therapies while
practising holistically." Complementary Therapies in Nursing & Midwifery 8: 62-68.

Tiran, D. (2003). "Implementing complementary therapies into midwifery practice." Complementary
Therapies in Nursing & Midwifery 9(1): 10-13.

Tiran, D. and S. Mack (2000). Complementary Therapies for Pregnancy and Childbirth. Edinburgh,
Bailliere Tindall.

Tovey, P. and J. Adams (2003). "Nostalgic and nostophobic referencing and the authentication of nurses’
use of complementary therapies." Social Science & Medicine 56(7): 1469-1480.

Tovey, P. and J. Adams (2002). "Towards a sociology of CAM and nursing." Complementary Therapies in
Nursing & Midwifery. 8(1): 12-16.

Tovey, P. (2001). "Nurses’ use of professional distancing in the appropriation of CAM: a text analysis."
Complementary Therapies in Medicine. 9: 136-140.

Tovey, P. (1997). "Contingent legitimacy: U.K. alternative practitioners and inter-sectoral acceptance."
Social Science & Medicine 45(7): 1129-33.

Trevelyan, J. (1996). "A True Complement?" Nursing Times 92(5): 42-43.

Verhoef, M. J., A. Best, et al. (2002). "Role of Complementary Medicine in Medical Education: Opinions
of Medical Educators." The Annals (Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada).
Verhoef, M. J. and L. R. Sutherland (1995a). "General Practitioners’ Assessment of and Interest in
Alternative Medicine in Canada." Social Science & Medicine 41(4): 511-15.

Verhoef, M. J. and L. R. Sutherland (1995b). "Alternative medicine and general practitioners. Opinions and
behaviour." Canadian Family Physician 41: 1005-11.


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