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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 :

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Liu, X. (2004) Activating and storing Dan Tian energy: The primary training for energy flow in Taiji and Qigong. Zhong Xin, 12 4: 9-11. 165  
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. 782 234
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. 694 225
Parekh, Harendra S., Liu, Gang and Wei, Ming Q. (2009) A new dawn for the use of traditional Chinese medicine in cancer therapy. Molecular Cancer, 8 21.1-21.8. doi:10.1186/1476-4598-8-21 74   21 Cited 30 times in Scopus30 1
Liu, X. and Miller, Y. D. (2004). A role for Qigong in the management of diabetes. In: Conference Secretariat, 6th World Conference on Acupuncture Conference Program and Book of Abstracts. Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine in the Modern Age: WFAS Sixth World Conference on Acupuncture, Gold Coast, Australia, (xx-xx). 29-31 October, 2004. 120  
Strudwick, M. W. and Wilson, S. J. (2007) Automated syringe driver for acupoint injection in functional MRI studies: a case for quantified point injection in neuroimaging studies of acupuncture. Expert Review of Medical Devices, 4 6: 815-819. doi:10.1586/17434440.4.6.815 111   1 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Hon, K., Twinn, F., Leung, F., Thompson, D, Wong, Y. and Fok, F. F. (2006) Chinese nursing students' attitudes toward traditional Chinese medicine. Journal of Nursing Education, 45 5: 182-185. 140   8 Cited 9 times in Scopus9
Matthias, A., Addison, R. S., Penman, K. G., Dickinson, R. G., Bone, K. M. and Lehmann, R. P. (2005) Echinacea alkamide disposition and pharmacokinetics in humans after tablet ingestion. Life Sciences, 77 16: 2018-2029. doi:10.1016/j.lfs.2005.04.009 113   45 Cited 48 times in Scopus48 0
Liu, X. (2004). KaiMai Qigong: A golden key to open your channels. In: Conference Secretariat, 6th World Conference on Acupuncture Conference Program and Book of Abstracts. Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine in the Modern Age: WFAS Sixth World Conference on Acupuncture, Gold Coast, Australia, (xx-xx). 29-31 October 2004. 130  
Strudwick, Mark W., Hinks, R.C. and Choy, S.T.B. (2007) Point injection as an alternative acupuncture technique: an exploratory study of responses in healthy subjects. Acupuncture in Medicine, 25 4: 166-174. 60   Cited 6 times in Scopus6
Liu, X. (2004) Qigong and energy flow. Zhong Xin, 12 3: 7-10. 28  
Strudwick, M. W., McMahon, K. L. and Choy, S.T.B. (2007) Rapid response of autonomic nervous system to acupuncture in subjects under stress. Australian Journal of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, 2 1: 9-15. 176  
Liu, X. and Abbott, R. A. (2004) The application of five elements theory in exercise intervention: A key role in the treatment of gestational diabetes. The European Journal of Integrated Eastern and Western Medicine, 2 3: 45-48. 195  
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. 558 375