Quarterly Report of the Academic Consortium for Complementary and Alternative Health Care: July 2010

Summary: I split my professional life between the Integrator and related writing and the organization featured here, the Academic Consortium for Complementary and Alternative Health Care (ACCAHC). This Quarterly Report describes how the release of the Clinicians’ and Educators’ Desk Reference on the Licensed Complementary and Alternative Healthcare Professions is opening significant discussions about inter-professional education inside schools and universities nationwide; new developments in a dialogue with the NIH NCCAM leadership; initial Council of Advisers includes Cooper, Haramati, Jonas, Kligler, Knutson, Kreitzer, Nedrow, Perlman; document on Competencies for Optimal Practices in Integrated Environments that is expected to shape ACCAHC activity going forward developed through extensive multidisciplinary process; plus latest thinking on themes for ACCAHC’s June 26-28, 2011 Conference for Educators, and more.
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