Integrative Medicine 1701 - Integrative Medicine Alert - Jan 01, 2013

Target Audience:

This activity is intended for physicians and researchers interested in complementary and alternative medicine.

Accreditation:

AHC Media is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Credit Designation:

AHC Media designates this enduring material for a maximum of 2.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Faculty Listing:

Executive Editor
David Kiefer, MD
Research Fellow
Department of Family Medicine
University of Wisconsin
Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine
Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine
University of Arizona

Peer Reviewer
J. Adam Rindfleisch, MD, MPhil
Program Director
Integrative Medicine
Fellowship Director
Department of Family Medicine
University of Wisconsin
Madison

AHC Media Executive Editor
Leslie Coplin

Managing Editor
Neill Kimball

Editorial Advisory Board
Craig Schneider, MD
Director of Integrative Medicine
Department of Family Medicine
Maine Medical Center
Portland

Dónal P. O'Mathùna, PhD
Senior Lecturer;
Ethics, Decision-Making & Evidence;
School of Nursing;
Dublin City University;
Ireland

Authors
Susan T. Marcolina, MD, FACP
Internist and Geriatrician
Issaquah, WA

German H. Rodriguez, MD
Third-Year Resident
Beth Israel Medical Center
Institute for Family Health Residency
Urban Family Practice
New York

Zehra Siddiqui, DO
Integrative Medicine Fellow
Institute for Family Health
New York

Michael H. Crawford, MD
Professor of Medicine
Chief of Clinical Cardiology
University of California
San Francisco

Subjects:

  • South African Geranium for Bronchitis in Children and Adolescents: Just What the Doctor Ordered?
  • Dietary Anthocyanins for Coronary Artery Disease: Berry Good Results
  • Spending More Leisure Time Physically Active Can Add Years to Your Life
  • Do All Levels of Physical Activity Reduce the Risk of Developing Metabolic Syndrome? Sometimes More Is Better
  • Long-Term Exercise Training in Heart Failure

Objectives:

  • present evidence-based clinical analyses of commonly used alternative therapies
  • make informed, evidence-based recommendations to clinicians about whether to consider using such therapies in practice
  • describe and critique the objectives, methods, results and conclusions of useful, current, peer-reviewed clinical studies in alternative medicine as published in the scientific literature

Financial Disclosure:

Integrative Medicine Alert's executive editor David Kiefer, MD, peer reviewer J. Adam Rindfleisch, MD, MPhil, AHC Media executive editor Leslie Coplin, managing editor Neill Kimball, and editorial advisory board members Dónal P. O€™Mathúna, PhD and Craig Schneider, MD, and authors Susan T. Marcolina, MD, FACP, German H. Rodriguez, MD, Zehra Siddiqui, DO, and Michael H. Crawford, MD report no financial relationships relevant to this field of study.

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