Integrative medicine is the practice of combining conventional medical treatments with non-conventional ("alternative" or "complementary") ones.
Introduction to Complementary, Alternative, and Integrative Medicine in Psychiatry: General Overview of CAM in the United States
- Presenter: Lila Massoumi, M.D., Chair, Caucus on Complementary and Alternative Medicine
- Launch Course
APA Annual Meeting
Each year APA meetings include sessions on the topic "Integrative Medicine (CAM)." To submit an abstract for consideration, please review APA Meeting Submission and Guidelines.
Examines a range of treatments, including neutraceuticals, mind-body practices, art therapy, and neurotherapy, to combine and integrate for optimal patient outcomes.
- National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH)
Statistics on complementary and integrative health approaches, including the National Health Interview Survey and other research and study results, are available from the NCCIH.
- Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine & Health
Fellowship opportunities for physicians interested in integrative medicine are posted by the Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine & Health.
- International Network of Integrative Mental Health
A searchable library of integrative and complementary medicine publications in the field of psychiatry is available from the International Network of Integrative Mental Health.