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CAM conference presentations

Presentations are available for download here.

Session 1 - Value of Complementary and Alternative Medicine for European patients and population
- Complementary and Alternative Medicine and innovative healthcare, by Andrew Long, Professor of Health Systems Research, University of Leeds, United Kingdom [download]
- Patients’ motivations for and use of CAM, by Helle Johannessen, Professor of Social Studies in Health and Medicine, Institute of Public Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark [download]

Session 2 - Value of Complementary and Alternative Medicine for European health systems
- Evidence-base and effectiveness of Complementary and Alternative Medicine, by Gustav Dobos, Professor of Internal Medicine, Chair of Complementary and Integrative Medicine, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany [download]
- Costs and cost-effectiveness of Complementary and Alternative Medicine, by Claudia Witt, Professor of Medicine, Institute of Social Medicine, Epidemiology, and Health Economics, Charité University, Berlin, Germany [download]

Session 3 - Value of Complementary and Alternative Medicine for EU health policies and programmes
- Complementary and Alternative Medicine in health promotion and disease prevention, by Simona Dragan, Professor of Preventive Cardiology and Rehabilitation, Victor Babes University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Timisoara, Romania [download]
- Complementary and Alternative Medicine and chronic disease management, by Erik Baars, Professor of Anthroposophic Healthcare, University of Applied Sciences, Leiden, the Netherlands [download]
- Complementary and Alternative Medicine for innovative partnerships, by Dominik Irnich, Head of Multidisciplinary Pain Centre, Department of Anaesthesiology, University of Munich, Germany [download]

Session 4 - The way forward to innovative healthcare using Complementary and Alternative Medicine
- Innovative use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in healthcare and public health systems, by Torkel Falkenberg, Associate Professor of Health Care Research, Research Constellation Leader - Integrative Health Care, Karolinska Institute, and Director, I C – The Integrative Care Science Center, Sweden. [download]
- European Parliament’s perspective on Complementary and Alternative Medicine, by Alojz Peterle MEP (EPP, Slovenia)
- Next steps for CAM - challenges and opportunites, by Monika Kosinska, Secretary General, European Public Health Alliance.

Closing session
- The CAMbrella project – status and potential impact, by Wolfgang Weidenhammer, CAMbrella project leader, Centre for Complementary Medicine Research at the University Hospital ‘Rechts der Isar’ of the Technical University of Munich, Germany [download]

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