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2016-01-01The effectiveness of complementary manual therapies for pregnancy-related back and pelvic pain A systematic review with meta-analysisHall, H; Cramer, H; Sundberg, T; Ward, L; Adams, J; Moore, C; Sibbritt, D; Lauche, R
2000-01-01General practitioners, complementary therapies and evidence-based medicine: The defence of clinical autonomyAdams, J
2017-01-01Complementary and Integrative Medicine and Patient Self-Management of HealthAdams, J
2011-08-15The influence of a series of five dry cupping treatments on pain and mechanical thresholds in patients with chronic non-specific neck pain - a randomised controlled pilot studyLauche, R; Cramer, H; Choi, KE; Rampp, T; Saha, FJ; Dobos, GJ; Musial, F
2014-11-08Awareness, use, attitude and perceived need for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) education among undergraduate pharmacy students in Sierra Leone: A descriptive cross-sectional surveyJames, PB; Bah, AJ
2014-07-01Majority of Women Are Influenced by Nonprofessional Information Sources When Deciding to Consult a Complementary and Alternative Medicine Practitioner during PregnancyFrawley, J; Adams, J; Broom, A; Steel, A; Gallois, C; Sibbritt, D
2016-05-18The use of complementary and alternative medicine by 7427 Australian women with cyclic perimenstrual pain and discomfort: A cross-sectional studyFisher, C; Adams, J; Hickman, L; Sibbritt, D
2011-11-01The role of naturopathy in pregnancy, labour and post-natal care: Broadening the evidence-baseSteel, A; Adams, J
2010-04-01The use of traditional, complementary and alternative medicine in Sri Lankan cancer care: Results from a survey of 500 cancer patientsBroom, A; Wijewardena, K; Sibbritt, D; Adams, J; Nayar, KR
2014-01-01Critical review of complementary and alternative medicine use in menopause: Focus on prevalence, motivation, decision-making, and communicationPeng, W; Adams, J; Sibbritt, DW; Frawley, JE
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