Models of Complementary Therapy Provision in Primary Care

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    • Findings from a 1995 survey of a random sample of GP practices in England indicated that 6% of practices had a complementary health care practitioner working on the premises, while 21% of practices reported having a member of the primary health care team who provided a complementary therapy to the practice patients, and 25% of practices reported making NHS referrals for complementary therapies. The study described in this executive summary was designed to increase our understanding of how… CONTINUE READING

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