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Postings Through May 3, 2015
Written by John Weeks   
Wednesday, 17 December 2014

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May16, 2015

Integrative Medicine, Complementary and Alternative Health and Medicine Round-up #91: May 2015

Policy
-YOUR PERSPECTIVES NEEDED: Comment Periods End for NCCIH Research Strategy (May 18) and HHS Pain Strategy (May 20)
-HHS Shuns Congressional Intent on "Non-Discrimination in Health Care" and Refuses to Clarify Position
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Features James Gordon's Gaza work
-PETITION: Congressman Ryan, Hyman, Promoting Measure to Force Nutrition Education in Medical Schools
-Change from the Inside Out: Berwick Group's Pushes New Delivery Principles "Beyond the Triple Aim"
Economics
-Health Creation Economics: IHPC Publishes Cost-Effectiveness Booklet
-Integrator Columnist Michael Levin: How $2.00 of Vitamin C Can Save Thousands of Dollars for Patients Following Cardiac Surgery
Research
-Bravewell Publishes Promising Results of PRIMIER Practice Based Research Network in IM
-Where the Rubber Meets the Road:  AANMC, AANP and ACCAHC Urge Interprofessional Make-up of NCCIH Advisory Council
-Oregon's Interprofessional and Interdisciplinary OCIM Hosts June 2015 SPARC Conference; Sternberg Featured
-$4.5 Million in Templeton Grants to Fund Research Literacy for Hospital Chaplaincy
Integrative Delivery
-Four Major Delivery Systems Contract with Healthways for the Ornish Heart Program
-Quick Links to Integrative Medicine News in Medical Systems and Communities: April 2015
Integrative Academics
-Duke Leadership in Integrative Medicine Program Strikes up Deal with Today's Practitioner
-Two Presentations from Integrative Health and Medicine Academic Programs and Bridgeport and Arizona Featured at an IOM Forum
-Can a Naturopathic Degree Be a "Bridge" for an International Medical Graduate?
-New England School of Acupuncture to Combine with MCPHS University
-American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine to Merge with CIIS
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Meg Jordan: figures in 3 Round-up stories
-Commission on Massage Therapy Accreditation (COMTA) Initiates "COMTA-endorsed Curriculum Status" Program
Organizations
-60 Minutes Features James Gordon's Center for MindBody Medicine's Gaza Work in "Lessons of War"
-New Website of Consortium of Academic Centers Announces Organization as "Collective Voice"
-Sutter Health Systems Joins Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine and Health
-AIHM Portrayal in IMCJ Interview with Executive Director Nan Sudak, MD
-GAHMJ Special Report: Foundational Work of the National Consortium for Credentialing Health and Wellness Coaches
International 
-The Global Integrator Blog Round-up for April 2015 from Global Advances in Health and Medicine 
Miscellaneous
-Harmonic Emergence?  The Late 1970s Birth of the Organized Movement for Integrative Health and Medicine
People
-Meg Jordan, RN, PhD in Co-Presidency of the National Wellness Institute
-Honoring Dan Cherkin, PhD in His (Partial) Retirement and New Consulting

May 3, 2015

ImageQuick Links to Integrative Medicine News in Medical Systems and Communities: April 2015

This typically monthly Integrator feature is, for April 2015, a quick capture of highlights from the stories that flow in daily from various sources relative to "integrative medicine." A couple of significant themes and events that showed up significantly in April were the controversy surrounding the efforts of Columbia medical school faculty to oust TV celebrity Mehmet Oz, MD and the April 20-21 FDA hearings on homeopathy. Good to see four delivery systems contracting with Healthways for the Ornish program. (Note that Global News Links are now posted at The Global Integrator Blog for Global Advances in Health and Medicine - see related notice here. Exciting development.)

May 3, 2015

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Global links for traditional and integrative health and medicineand
The Global Integrator Blog Round-up from Global Advances in Health and Medicine: April 2015

In January 2015, Integrator publisher-editor John Weeks began producing "The Global Integrator Blog" for the web portal of the exceptional Global Advances in Health and Medicine Journal. For the month of April, this included 6 posts that are gathered into the April 2015 Global Integrator Blog Round-up.  Posts include: Acupuncture Without Borders in Nepal; Britain's refusal to regulate herbalists; the dynamism in AYUSH in India since the distinct department was created; the international reach and influence of the Pizzorno/Murray Textbook and Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine; and areflection on the power of traditional medicine in universal healthcare as projected in the WHO Strategic Medicine for Traditional Medicine. For the 7 articles in the March 2015 Round-up, click here.

April 9, 2015

Integrative Medicine, Complementary and Alternative Health and Medicine Round-up #90: April 2015

Policy
-Comment Period until June 22:  FDA Calls for Comments and Announces April 20-21 Hearing on Regulation of Homeopathics
-Comment Period until May 20: HHS Publishes DRAFT National Plan for Pain Care
Economics
-Column Available: "Perverse Incentives and the Triple Aim: Overcoming the Troubled Path to Economic Integration for Integrative Medicine and Health"
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Goldman: insightful reporting on Cleveland Clinic
Clinical

-Erik Goldman's Fascinating Portrait, for FON Consulting, of the Cleveland Clinic's Integrative Program
-Quick Links to Integrative Medicine News in Medical Systems and Communities: March 2015
Research
-Briggs Blast Over-Prescribing of Opioids and Announces NCCIH Initiative to Explore "Misplaced Fear" of Drug-Botanical Interactions
-$3-million Grant to Ottawa Integrative Center for "Real World" Look at Outcomes of Advanced Integrative Oncology
-Regarding Dugald Seely, Polarization-based Medicine Bloggers, and the Integrative "Mud Smudge of Courage"
-AANP President Pournadeali's Letter to NCCIH Requesting Increased Licensed Complementary and Integrative Practitioners on Advisory Council  
-Award of $415,000 Supports Research on Via CCNM and Toronto's Brampton Hospital on Naturopathic Care for Type 2 Diabetes
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Pizzorno: major impact of volumes co-authored with Murray
Academics

-Bastyr President Dan Church, PhD: The Natural Medicine Journal's Candid Exit Interview after His 10 Years at the Helm
-Naturopathic Mothership NCNM to Add Bachelors' Programs to Expanding Graduate Offerings
Organizations
-American Medical Student Association/ACIMH Open LEAPS Program to Students from Non-MD Fields
-IAYT Takes Next Steps in Certification Program for Yoga Therapists
International 
-John Weeks' The Global Integrator Blog Round-up for March 2015 from Global Advances in Health and Medicine
-Australian Agency: "No Good Quality Evidence that Homeopathy is Effective in Treating Health Conditions"
Miscellaneous
-The 30-Year, International Reach of Pizzorno-Murray's Textbook and Their Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine
People
-Penny George Institute's Greg Plotnikoff, MD Honored as an "Inspiring Physician" by the Minnesota Medical Association
-Tieraona Low Dog, MD Granted Herbal Insight Award by the American Herbal Products Association
-Frank Nicchi, DC, MS Honored by the Association of Chiropractic Colleges
-Loren Israelsen Receives American Botanical Council's Mark Blumenthal Herbal Community Builder Award
-Terry Lemerond Honored by American Botanical Council with Inaugural Champion's Award


April 4, 2015

Quick Links to Integrative Medicine News in Medical Systems and Communities: March 2015

This typically monthly Integrator feature is, for March 2015, a quick capture of highlights from the stories that flow in daily from various sources relative to "integrative medicine." Here are 26 selections related to hospitals and medical organizations and integrative medicine, plus 5 from alternative and integrative medicine in community non-system practices. (Note that Global News Links are now posted at The Global Integrator Blog for Global Advances in Health and Medicine - see related notice here. Exciting development.)

April 1, 2015

John Weeks' The Global Integrator Blog Round-up for March 2015 from Global Advances in Health and Medicine 

Integrator publisher-editor John Weeks began producing "The Global Integrator Blog" for the web portal of the exceptional Global Advances in Health and Medicine Journal. Each month, Weeks produces 7-10 posts that are gathered into a monthly Round-up.  The writing includes a monthly "Round-up" with headlines succinctly delivered. For March, these includes posts on a Chinese group obtaining WHO status, new web resource from Norway on "CAM" regulation in Europe, the medicinal trade in animal parts, from the USA and Australia, the battle over homeopathy, and 50 hot links to developments. For February’s Round-up, click here.

March 14, 2015

Integrative Medicine, Complementary and Alternative Health and Medicine Round-up #89: March 2015

Policy
-Going, Going, Nearly Gone: Licensed "CAM" Practitioners Disappearing from NCCIH Advisory Council
-NCQA Plan Will Accredit the Healthcare Neighborhood Including Chiropractors, Others
-Chiropractic Section Leads Effort to Promote APHA Position Statement on Non-Pharmacological Approaches for Pain
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Michele Maiers, DC, PhD: leading campaign at APHA
-Taylor Walsh: CoverMyCare Report on State Legislative Action for Non-Discrimination in Healthcare (Section 2706)
-Supplement Industry Battle with NY Attorney General over DNA Testing Issue Expands
Integrative Care
-Opportunity for Additional Health Systems to Join Samueli Institute/IHI Chronic Pain Breakthrough Collaborative 
-Through the Looking Glass:  Perspective of an Integrative Medicine Newbie, Medical Student Pooja Shankar, MS
-Quick Links to Integrative Medicine News in Medical Systems and Communities: February 2015
Professions
-Physiological Birth: HRSA Grants $100,000 for Data Project of the Midwives Alliance of North America
-HMS' Harvard Health Respects Whole Practice of Chiropractors
Organizations
-American Board of Integrative Medicine Announces First 121 Fellows
-Yale IM Leader Katz and American College of Lifestyle Medicine Working on "True Health Coalition"
-Critical Mass: Samueli Institute to Join Integrative Healthcare Policy Consortium
Anthropologist Nurse Leader at CIIS Meg Jordan Attempts a Definition of Integrative Health
Integrative Academics
-New MS Integrative Mental Health Marks Further Evolution of the ND "Mothership"
-University of Western States Program Brings Chiropractors into Legacy Health Emergency Rooms
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Pscylocibin: Pollan article on medicinal use
International
-Integrator's John Weeks Joins with GAHMJ to Produce The Global Integrator Blog
-Quick Links to Global News in Traditional, Alternative, and Integrative Health and Medicine for January 2015
Miscellaneous
-TEDMED Has IHPC's Wostrel Speak on Non-Discrimination in Patient-Centered Care Webinar
-Default Mode Uptake Inhibitors: Michael Pollan's Essay on Psilocybin and LSD for Health and Medicine
-Responses to a Blog on Connecting Integrative Health and Medicine with the Environment
People
-Wayne Jonas, MD Honored at the Integrative Healthcare Symposium
-Davis Lamson, MS, ND Given Lifetime Achievement Award by Oncology Association of Naturopathic physicians
-Maiers and Lisi among Chiropractors Receiving 2015 Awards for Contributions
-American Botanical Council Announces 2105 Awardees
-Update on a Leader: Marc Micozzi, PhD, MD

March 7, 2015

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Legislative report from six states
Taylor Walsh: CoverMyCare Report on State Legislative Action for Non-Discrimination in Healthcare (Section 2706)

Longtime Integrator columnist Taylor Walsh conceived and led development of the Integrative Healthcare Policy Consortium's consumer-focused CoverMyCare campaign. Walsh is a writer and consultant working out of the Beltway. The goal is to help consumers partner with practitioners to drive efforts to get payers to meet the intent of the Non-Discrimination in Healthcare provision (Section 2706) of the Affordable Care Act. While many people are throwing their hands up in frustration, it is clear from this report that real work is under way in multiple states to shift access as Section 2706 mandates. Walsh shares legislative activity in California, Hawaii, New Mexico, Rhode Island and  Minnesota.

March 7, 2015

Quick Links to Integrative Medicine News in Medical Systems and Communities: February 2015

This typically monthly Integrator feature is, for February 2015, a quick capture of highlights from the stories that flow in daily from various sources relative to "integrative medicine." A remarkable trend is the number of stories about new medical hires who advertise their completion of the U Arizona Fellowship in Integrative Medicine. Here are 24 selections related to hospitals and medical organizations and integrative medicine, plus just 2 from alternative and integrative medicine in community non-system practices for February 2015. For you paying attention: January got by me without competing this practice. Apologies. When time allows, this practice continues to astound. Critical mass! (Note that Global News Links are now posted at The Global Integrator Blog for Global Advances in Health and Medicine - see related notice here. Exciting development.)

March 5, 2015

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Shankar: awakening to IHM
Pooja Shankar, MS, MD (student): Through the Looking Glass into Integrative Health and Medicine

I first encountered medical student Pooja Shankar, MS, when I was a guest lecturer at the Masters in Physiology-Complementary and Alternative Medicine program at Georgetown University. The program, co-founded by Hakima Amri, PhD and Adi Haramati, PhD, is a rare feeder program to health professional education. Students are opened up to engaging a broad array of potential tracks. I had a secondary reason for liking the ongoing relationship. All of these students must complete an two-month capstone project. ACCAHC had scored great work from one such intern and we were interested in more free labor ...

March 4, 2015

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GAHMJ CEO Mittelman: creating the opportunity
The Global Integrator Blog by John Weeks from GAHMJ

Three long-time colleagues recently made me a wonderful offer that met with a rising personal area of interest: the global movement for integrative health and medicine. This has been gestating in me particularly since 2012 when I was invited by the World Health Organization (WHO) to Hong Kong to serve on a working group for the now published WHO traditional medicine strategy: 2014-2023. Michele Mittelman, RN, MPH, the co-founder and CEO of the peer-reviewed and indexed Global Advances in Health and Medicine (GAHMJ), together with GAHMJ's co-editors Mary Jo Kreitzer, RN, PhD, FAAN and Robert Saper, MD, MPH, invited me to write an 8-10 time monthly Global Integrator Blog ... 



February 15, 2015

Integrative Medicine, Complementary and Alternative Health and Medicine Round-up #88: February 2015

Policy
-Toward Patient-Centered Federal Funding: Chiropractors Going After Participation in Federal Student Loan Repayment Program
-Michael Levin: "NY Attorney General Issues Cease and Desist Order Against Retailers and Supplement Companies - Using a Screwdriver to Hammer a Nail?"
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NHSC: DCs try entering exclusive club
Organizations
-The Gift That Keeps on Giving: New Publication on Care Outcomes from the Penny George Institute
-Another Perspective on SIO Founder Cassileth's View of the Maturation of Integrative Oncology
Academics
-Albert Einstein College is the New Coordinating Center for the BraveNet Research Network
-Report Puts Economic Impact of New York Chiropractic College at $67-Million
Integrative Care Industry
-Consumer Use of Complementary Health Approaches Drops in Recent NCCIH Data; Increases for Yoga, Melatonin, Probiotics, Fish-oil
-Experience-Based Medicine: Share Practice App Continues to Pick-up Steam as Integrative Care Communicator for Clinicians
-The Most Visible PR for Integrative Medicine: Advertisements from Cancer Treatment Centers of America
-Home Depot Founder Gives $14-Million Gift to Jefferson's Myra Brind Center for Integrative Medicine
-Two More Children's Hospitals Announce Integrative Programs: Cleveland Clinic and U Minnesota
-City of Asheville Continues to Promote Itself as Destination for Integrative Care
-FON Consulting Publishes Updated Lists of 2015 Integrative Conferences
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New name for CAHCIM
Identity
-Analysis of Multiple Definitions of Integrative Medicine and Health Finds Significant -Differences
-While We Are at It (The M-Word): The Distinction Between "Modalities," "Therapeutic Procedures," and Human Beings
-Consortium of Integrative Medicine Academics Changes Name from CAHCIM to ACIMH and Takes on New Partners for 2016 Congress
-Don't Want to Be Part of Any Club That Would Have Me Department: Chiropractic Students See Themselves as Mainstream not CAM
People
-Tom Newmark Elected Board Chair at the American Botanical Council
-Richard Miller Named Acting Executive VP of American Chiropractic Association
-Standard Process Selects Ibrahim Abou-Nemeh, PhD as New Director of Research and Development

January 25, 2015

Integrative Medicine, Complementary and Alternative Health and Medicine Round-up #87: January 2015

Policy
-NCCAM-"Alternative Medicine" is Dead, Long Live NCCIH-"Integrative Health"
-AIHM Urges NCCIH to Remain True to Mandated Diversity in the Make-up of its Advisory Council
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Briggs:oversees name change at NCCAM
Exhibit A on Why We Need "Alternatives" - Errors Linked to 440,000 Hospital Deaths
Natural Products
-Hatch and Harkin Anoint Heinrich as the Next Democratic Leader on Supplements
-American Botanical Council: Update on Adulterants Program
Integrative Medicine
-Seattle Children's Hospital Boasts Inpatient Acupuncture Program
-From Google Alerts:Links to Integrative Medicine in Health Systems, Communities and Internationally from November 2014
-Quick Links to Integrative Health News in Medical Systems and Communities: December 2014
Primary Care
-AANP's Natural Medicine Journal Offers Multiple Voices on Primary Care
-Center for Optimal Integration Builds Content on Integrative PCMHs and FQHCs
-Group Promotes Broad Scope Chiropractic via "First Chiropractic Physician Association of America"
-Michael Cohen: "Integrative Medicine Physicians Must Decide if You Embrace, or Disclaim Primary Care"
Education/Academics
-U Toronto Engages Inter-institutional Relationship with Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College
-ICIM Promotes New Integrative Medicine Fellowship
-AOMA: First AOM Single Purpose School to Achieve Regional Accreditation Gains 10 Year Re-Affirmation
Organizations/Professions
-American Academy of Medical Acupuncturists Passes Resolution on Dry Needling
-Integrative Medicine for the Underserved (IM4US) Receives $150,000 Samueli Foundation Commitment
-Foundation for Chiropractic Progress Nets $100,000 Match Grant from Standard Process
-Calls for Comments: AAAOM's Competency Model for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Education
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Estimates an awful deathrate from regular medicine
International
--EUROCAM Takes on Role of CAM in Microbial Resistance
Global News Quick Links in Traditional, Alternative and Integrative Health: December 2014
-United Nations Declares June 21 International Day of Yoga
-Canadian IN-CAM and Global ISCMR Explore Merger
Looking Forward, Looking Back
-Michael Cohen's Top 5 Legal Issues for Integrative Medicine Practitioners in 2015
-The Integrator Blog Offers Top 10 for Integrative Policy and Action for 2014
People
-Gail Christopher, DN Receives Top Grantmakers in Health Award
-Acupuncture and Public Health Leader Sommers in Book on AIDs

January 25, 2015

The Coming of the LightThe Coming of the Light: 2014 Top 10 for Policy and Action in Integrative Medicine and Health

In 2006, I began publishing, on or near the winter solstice, an annual Integrator Top 10 list for the emerging field of integrative health and medicine. Together these chronicle nine years of policy and action in this popular movement.  Here is the Coming of the Light Integrator Top 10 for Policy and Action in Integrative Health and Medicine for 2014 noting the work of the Joint Commission, the VA, the massage field, the (shocking) emergence of health as a theme in medicine, a US Senator named Thad Cochran (get used to him), a project on the economics of care, plus more. (This column was first published here in the Huffington Post, with now over 850 likes and 250 FB pushes.

January 5, 2015

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Indian PM Modi: his initiative leads to UN-declared Yoga Day
Global News Quick Links in Traditional, Alternative and Integrative Health: December 2014

This new monthly Integrator feature is now developed in partnership with the web presence of the peer-reviewed and indexed Global Advances in Health and Medicine. It represents a quick capture of highlights from a multitude of sources relative to dynamic developments globally in alternative and integrative heath due to such factors as the World Health Organization's past and recent traditional Medicine Strategy, economics, expanding globalization and the uptake of integrative medicine and health models. Here are 21 selections from India, Turkey, Qatar, Pakistan, Malaysia, England, Australia, Russia and elsewhere for December 2014.

January 5, 2015

Quick Links to Integrative Health News in Medical Systems and Communities: December 2014

This typically monthly Integrator feature is a quick capture of highlights from the multitude of stories that flow in daily from various sources relative to "integrative medicine," "complementary and alternative medicine" and "alternative medicine." Once a month I cull through and make some selections. Recently the field's cup seems to be running over. This is in part due to my use of a broader inclusion net for what I am selections. Here are 15 selections related to hospitals and medical organizations and integrative medicine, 13 from alternative and integrative medicine in community non-system practices and media for December 2014. (Note that: Global News Links are now separately posted.)




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