CAMbrella – Communication Platform on topics related to Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) in Europe

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In a few days, physicians, researchers, politicians, students and patients will meet in Berlin to discuss Integrative Medicine.

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CAM in Hungary

In Hungary, CAM is included in public healthcare and regulated by law. Some CAM treatments can only be practiced by physicians, but non-medical practitioners are also allowed in certain areas.

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Closer to the final goal

Input from the Advisory Board and external experts was very helpful for Work Package 7 at its workshop in Verona, Italy. WP 7 is responsible for maybe the most vital part of CAMbrella – the roadmap for future CAM research.

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European Commission – Workshops with focus on future health research

“Health, demographic change and well-being”

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HORIZON 2020 – the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation

As a result of the public consultation in early 2011 the new name for the next European research programme was announced: What is new about it?

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Legal status and regulations – CAMbrella Work Package 2

There are major differences between the countries with regard to whether or not CAM is regulated by a separate act, and these differences influence the practice of CAM in Europe.

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