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College of Medicine Council Member Dr Catherine Zollman co-authors ‘landmark’ paper on the safe practice of acupuncture in integrative oncology
College of Medicine Council Member Dr Catherine Zollman co-authors ‘landmark’ paper on the safe practice of acupuncture in integrative oncology

College of Medicine Council Member Dr Catherine Zollman co-authors ‘landmark’ paper on the safe practice of acupuncture in integrative oncology

A new ‘landmark’ paper on the recommendations for the safe practice of acupuncture in integrative oncology has been released, following two years of research by 15 international experts in the fields of integrative oncology and/or acupuncture. The paper, Acupuncture in…

Should doctors recommend acupuncture for pain?
Should doctors recommend acupuncture for pain?

Should doctors recommend acupuncture for pain?

Mike Cummings, College of Medicine Lead for Acupuncture within Medicine and Medical Director of the British Medical Acupuncture Society, expresses his views on whether doctors should prescribe acupuncture… The evolution of this debate[1], should doctors recommend acupuncture for pain?, has…

College of Medicine Foundation Course for Clinicians: What you told us about the event
College of Medicine Foundation Course for Clinicians: What you told us about the event

College of Medicine Foundation Course for Clinicians: What you told us about the event

In the beautiful setting of Dumfries House, East Ayrshire, the College of Medicine’s Foundation Course for Clinicians ran on November 16th and 17th 2017. The two-day course, which included workshops, discussions and interactive sessions, saw a myriad of different areas covered…