Browsing by Author Wardle, J

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1-Dec-2018Complementary medicine use in the Australian population: Results of a nationally-representative cross-sectional surveySteel, A; McIntyre, E; Harnett, J; Foley, H; Adams, J; Sibbritt, D; Wardle, J; Frawley, J
1-Nov-2018Associations between complementary medicine utilisation and the use of contraceptive methods: Results of a national cross-sectional surveySteel, A; Wardle, J; Frawley, J; Adams, J; Sibbritt, D; Lauche, R
Nov-2018‘Santa baby, hurry [extra carefully] down the chimney tonight’ – prevalence of Christmas related injuries 2007-2016 in America: observational studyLauche, R; Wardle, J; Peng, W; Adams, J; Cramer, H
1-Sep-2018Associations Between Cancer Screening Behavior and Complementary Medicine Use: Results of a National Cross-Sectional Survey of 9151 Australian WomenFrawley, JE; McIntyre, E; Sibbritt, D; Wardle, J; Schloss, J; Lauche, R; Adams, J
1-May-2018Herbal medicine use among hypertensive patients attending public and private health facilities in Freetown Sierra LeoneJames, PB; Kamara, H; Bah, AJ; Steel, A; Wardle, J
2-Apr-2018Is there an association between the use of complementary medicine and vaccine uptake: Results of a pilot studyFrawley, JE; McIntyre, E; Wardle, J; Jackson, D
1-Apr-2018The Australian Complementary Medicine Workforce: A Profile of 1,306 Practitioners from the PRACI StudySteel, A; Leach, M; Wardle, J; Sibbritt, D; Schloss, J; DIezel, H; Adams, J
1-Apr-2018How are complementary health professions regulated in Australia? An examination of complementary health professions in the national registration and accreditation schemeSibbritt, D; Kaye, M; Millbank, J; Stuhmcke, A; Wardle, J; Karpin, I
1-Apr-2018Characteristics of fasting users among internal medicine patients in GermanyLauche, R; Wardle, J; Ostermann, T; Adams, J; Langhorst, J; Dobos, G; Michalsen, A; Cramer, H
1-Feb-2018Associations between complementary medicine, satisfaction with body weight and shape, and the use of methods to lose or control weight: Results of a national survey of 8009 Australian womenLauche, R; Fuller, NR; Cramer, H; Wardle, J; Sibbritt, D; Adams, J
2018Traditional, complementary and alternative medicine use in Sub-Saharan Africa: a systematic review.James, PB; Wardle, J; Steel, A; Adams, J
2018Impact of the workforce distribution on the viability of the osteopathic profession in Australia: results from a national survey of registered osteopaths.Steel, A; Jackson, N; Blaich, R; Kirk, M; Wardle, J
1-Dec-2017The extraordinary complexities in defining complementary medicineWardle, J
1-Dec-2017Associations between complementary medicine utilization and influenza/pneumococcal vaccination: Results of a national cross-sectional survey of 9151 Australian womenWardle, J; Frawley, J; Adams, J; Sibbritt, D; Steel, A; Lauche, R
2-Nov-2017Collaborating with medicine? Perceptions of Australian naturopaths on integrating within the conventional medical systemWardle, J; Steel, A; Lauche, R; Adams, J
1-Aug-2017The canary in the coal-mine: The complex relationship between complementary and integrative medicine and evidence-based medicineWardle, J
1-Aug-2017Better serving the integrative medicine clinician community: Changes to Advances in Integrative Medicine in 2018Wardle, J
19-Jul-2017Complementary health practitioners disciplined for misconduct in Australia 2010-2016Millbank, J; Kaye, M; Stuhmcke, A; Sibbritt, D; Karpin, I; Wardle, J
1-Jun-2017Reply to the letter to the editor: ‘Systematic review of comparative effectiveness and health economics research relating to osteopathic manipulative treatment’Steel, A; Sundberg, T; Reid, R; Ward, L; Bishop, FL; Leach, M; Cramer, H; Wardle, J; Adams, J
5-May-2017Tai Chi is good for your heart – yet this systematic review does not live up to expectationsLauche, R; Cramer, H; Wardle, J