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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 320000 Medical and Health Sciences -> 321300 Complementary/alternative Medicine :

321301 Oriental Medicine and Treatments (14)
321302 Chiropractic (3)
321303 Naturopathy (6)
321399 Complementary/Alternative Medicine not elsewhere classified (49)

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Easthope, Gary, Gill, Gerard F., Beilby, Justin J. and Tranter, Bruce K. (1999) Acupuncture in Australian General Practice: Patient Characteristics. Medical Journal of Australia, 170 6: 259-262. 790 237
Easthope, Gary, Gill, Gerard F., Beilby, Justin J. and Tranter, Bruce K. (1998) Acupuncture in Australian General Practice: Practitioner Characteristics. Medical Journal of Australia, 169 4: 197-200. 695 232
Eastwood, H. L. (2000) Australian trends in complementary and alternative medicine. Asia-Pacific Bio-Tech News Part 1, 4 20: 518-521. 175  
McGuire, T. (2002) Complementary medicines in pregnancy. Complementary Medicine, 1 Sept/Oct.: 38-42. 73  
Eastwood, H. L. (2000) Complementary therapies: the appeal to general practitioners. Medical Journal of Australia, 173 2: 95-98. 41   17
Giles, L. G. F. (2000). Diagnosis of thoracic spine pain and contraindications to spinal mobilisation and manipulation. In L. G. F. Giles and K. P. Singer (Ed.), The clinical anatomy and management of thoracic spine pain 1st ed. (pp. 283-297) Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann. 692  
Broom, Alex (2006) Ethical issues in social research. Complementary Therapies In Medicine, 14 2: 151-156. doi:10.1016/j.ctim.2005.11.002 85 3 1 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Eastwood, Heather (2002). Globalisation, complementary medicine and Australian health policy: the role of consumerism. In H. Gardner and S. Barraclough (Ed.), Health Policy in Australia 2nd ed. (pp. 222-245) Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press. 481 1
Pinn, T. (2000) Herbal medicine: An overview. Australian Family Physician, 29 11: 1059-1061. 45  
Pinn, T. (2000) Herbs and cardiovascular disease: From past to present. Australian Family Physician, 29 12: 1149-1153. 65  
McGuire, T. (2004). Herbs in breast milk: What effect do they have on Mum and Baby?. In: Challenges of Neonatal Encounters. Australian Neonatal Nurses Association (Queensland) 2004 State Conference, Brisbane, (18-19). 14 Aug 2004. 51  
Giles, L. G. F. (2000) Management of acute lumbar disk herniation initially presenting as mechanical low back pain: To the Editor. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, 23 4: 294-296. doi:10.1016/S0161-4754(00)90180-5 66   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Giles, Linton G. F. (2000) Mechanisms of neurovascular compression within the spinal and intervertebral canals. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, 23 2: 107-111. doi:10.1016/S0161-4754(00)90077-0 51   15 Cited 20 times in Scopus20 0
Pearn, John (2004). Medical ethnobotany of Australia: past and present. 1935 5350
Correa-Valez, A.J., Clavarino, A. M. and Eastwood, H. L. (2001). Quality of life and complementary alternative medicine use in advanced cancer: Preliminary analysis of a longitudinal study in Southeast Queensland. In: COSA - Abstracts. Twenty-eighth Annual Scientific Meeting, Brisbane, (77-77). 2001. 57  
Gilbert, S., Noller, B. N. and Burford, G. (2007). Safety : Issues and Policy. In Bodeker, G. and Burford, G. (Ed.), Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Policy and Public Health Perspectives (pp. 83-98) London, UK: Imperial College Press. 52  
The Clinical Anatomy and Management of Thoracic Spine Pain. Edited by Giles, L. G. F. and Singer, K. P. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann, 2000. 229  
Cuttle, L.eila, Kempf, Margit M., Kravchuk, Olena, George, Narelle, Liu, Pei-Yun, Chang, Hong-En, Mill, Julie, Wang, Xue-Qing and Kimble, Roy M. (2008) The efficacy of Aloe vera, tea tree oil and saliva as first aid treatment for partial thickness burn injuries. Burns, 34 8: 1176-1182. doi:10.1016/j.burns.2008.03.012 177   14 Cited 15 times in Scopus15 0
Easthope, Gary, Tranter, Bruce and Gill, Gerard (2001) The Incorporation of a Complementary Therapy by Australian General Practitioners: The Case of Acupuncture. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 7 1: 76-81. 560 422
The mainstreaming of complementary and alternative medicine: Studies in social context. Edited by Philip Tovey, Gary Easthope and Jon Adams London and New York: Routledge, 2003. 488  
Giles, L. G. F. (2001) The multidisciplinary specialised spinal pain unit at Townsville General Hospital. Chiropractic Journal of Australia, 31 2: 53-57. 37  
Eastwood, H. and Correa Velez, I. (2000). The post-modern appeal of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) to Australian consumers: A review of the literature. In: Susan Oakley, Jason Pudsey, Julie Henderson, Debra King and Ross Boyd, TASA 2000 Sociological Sites and Sights CD. TASA 2000 Sociological Sites and Sights, Adelaide: Flinders University, (1-18). 6-8 December 2000. 259  
Brooks, P. M. (2004) Undergraduate Teaching of Complementary Medicine. Medical Journal of Australia, 181 5: 275-275. 163 86 9 Cited 10 times in Scopus10
Hooper, Kaye D., Pender, Michael P., Webb, Penny M. and McCombe, Pam A. (2001) Use of traditional and complementary medical care by patients with Multiple Sclerosis in South-East Queensland. International Journal of MS Care, 3 1: . 461 784
Eastwood, H. L. (2000) Why are Australian GPs using alternative medicine?. Journal of Sociology, 36 2: 105-111. 82