Complementary medicine: What do social scientists think?
- Health Services Management Centre
- Alumni, Lectures Talks and Workshops, Social Sciences
This workshop will focus on the unique perspectives that social scientists have to offer the controversial public, policy and media debates on whether complementary and alternative medicines (CAM) are a ‘valuable’ or a ‘pointless’ addition to our healthcare system. There will be a series of short presentations by contributors and then space and time for the audience to address questions such as: - what role does social science have to play in evidence-based medicine? - who gets to decide whether CAM ‘works’ or not? - is there a role for ‘integrating’ CAM with conventional medicine?
Health Services Management Centre
40 Edgbaston Park Road, Birmingham
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