This book provides support at curriculum level for developing the complementary potential which exists between complementary and conventional western medicine. It provides students, teachers and practitioners with a framework within which they can effectively analyse and classify the extensive amount of information gathered in a CAM consultation and help them develop effective and appropriate treatment programmes within the time constraints of a busy clinic. It provides an insight into the initial CAM consultation process, offering possible treatment and collaborative referral options for indi C.E. Kennedy, Adulthood, in: C.J. Titmus (Ed.), Lifelong education for adults: an international handbook, Pergamon, ...  G. Foley, Understanding Adult Education and Training, second edn, Allen aamp; Unwin, St Leonards, NSW, 2000.
|Title||:||Case Studies for Complementary Therapists|
|Author||:||Kelly Galvin, Madelaine Bishop|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Australia - 2010-10-01|