8-9 June, 2016
Arden Warwick Conferences, The University of Warwick, Kirby Road, Coventry, CV4 8UW
Organised by the Research Council for Complementary Medicine (RCCM), of which FHT is a corporate member, CAMSTRAND 2016 is a fantastic opportunity for researchers, healthcare professionals, therapists, practitioners and students to share their work and knowledge of complementary therapies for the strategic direction and development of integrated healthcare.
Although we all know the benefits of complementary therapies for our clients, meeting the increasing demand for evidence to prove their effectiveness and safety is vital for the future of the therapy industry. CAMSTRAND 2016 will therefore focus on, ‘The Application of Qualitative Methods in CAM’.
In addition to attending the conference, submissions for oral and poster presentations are requested, in particular from postgraduate students working in the field of complementary medicine research and who may wish to present their research protocol, research project in progress or their completed research. All accepted abstracts will be published in the European Journal of Integrative Medicine.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain an abstract form (deadline Thursday 31 March, 2016)
Wednesday 8 June, 2016
1pm – 4pm
Pre-conference workshop: The Application of qualitative methods in CAM
This workshop will be facilitated by Dr Nicola Gale of the University of Birmingham. Nicola specializes in qualitative research methods and her expertise is in patient experience of illness; use of complementary therapies and public involvement in health care.
Heads of CAM dinner
Thursday 9 June 2016
9am – 5pm
CAMSTRAND conference Chair, Professor Sarah Stewart-Brown Chair of Public Health, Warwick Medical School. Keynote speakers: Dr Nicola Gale who is a health sociologist and Dr Charlotte Paterson Honorary Senior Research Fellow at University of Bristol, an experienced general practitioner and a practitioner of acupuncture and Chinese medicine. Acupuncture has been a focus of her research for many years an ongoing programme of observational qualitative work investigating the acupuncture consultation. Oral and poster presentations will follow.
Workshop, conference and dinner £135
Conference and dinner £105
Conference and workshop £105
Workshop and dinner £60
For full event information and to book your place, visit www.rccm.org.uk/node/291