ANON. Legal status of traditional medicine and complementary / alternative
Geneva: World Health Organization, 2001.
Class. Number: 614
Abstract: Provides information on the legal status of traditional and
complementary/alternative medicine in a 123 countries. Intends to facilitate
the development of legal frameworks and the sharing of experiences between
BELLAVITE P, SIGNORINI MD.
The emerging science of homeopathy: complexity, biodynamics,
Berkeley: North Atlantic Books, 2002.
Class. Number: 615.530015
Presents an authoritative, up-to-date and comprehensive survey of the
existing empirical and theoretical developments in homeopathy. Gives
an account of the theoretical implications for homeopathy of the new
science of chaos, complexity and information.
BHARATAN V, HUMPHRIES CJ, BARNETT JR. Plant names in homeopathy: an annotated
checklist of currently accepted names in common use
London: The Natural History Museum, 2002.
Class. Number: 580
Looks at the names used by homeopaths for the plants used in making
homeopathic remedies. Finds that at least half the current names used
in homeopathy need correcting with respect to the modern botanical code.
Presents a standard reference system for homeopathic practitioners reconciling
the old codes with the current 'International Botanical Code of Nomenclature'
KAYNE SB. Complementary therapies for pharmacists
London: Pharmaceutical Press, 2002.
Class. Number: 615.4.
Presents information on CAM specifically for pharmacists. Looks at homeopathy,
anthroposophy, medical herbalism, aromatherapy, flower remedy therapy,
traditional Chinese medicine, Indian Ayurvedic medicine, naturopathy,
diagnostic therapies, manual therapies and mind body therapies. Gives
a definition, history and outline of the theory for each therapy.
LESSELL CB. The complementary
formulary: a guide for prescribers
Woburn: Butterworth-Heinemann, 2001.
Class. number: 615.54
MCTAGGART L. The field: the quest for the secret force of the universe.
London: Harper Collins, 2001.
Class. Number: 500
Abstract: Reviews recent research in the field of quantum physics in
a style intended to be comprehensible to the lay audience. Written by
the author of 'What doctors don't tell you'.
D, CHAITOW L, HARRIS G, MORRISON S. Integrating
complementary therapies in primary care: a practical guide for health
Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, 2002.
Class. Number: 615.85
Aimed at clinicians, this book looks at the increasing use of non-conventional
treatment by the public and mainstream practitioners. Discusses: complementary
medicine in practice; models and research in CAM; CAM service implementation;
and service documentation. Includes blank forms and evaluation forms
LJ, CALABRESES C, GALANTINO ML. AIDS
and complementary and alternative medicine:
current science and practice
Philadelphia: Churchill Livingstone, 2002.
Class. Number: 616.9
Abstract: Look at the history of the HIV epidemic and the response from
the CAM community to it. Presents information on the randomised controlled
clinical trials of CAM for HIV/AIDS. Examines: research and etiological
issues; nutritional medicine; botanical therapies; homeopathy; physical
medicine; bioelectromagnetical therapies; physcospiritual therapies;
and integrative medical care.
VERMEULEN F. Prisma: the arcanan
and parallels between substance and remedy
Haarlem: Emryss, 2002.
Class. Number: 615.1
J. The heritage of homoeopathic literature: an abbreviated bibliography
Wellington: Great Auk Publishing, 2001.
Class. Number: 610.3
Presents a bibliography of English language (mainly American) homeopathic
literature. Divides homeopathic literature into groups: the organon;
principles; materia medica; repertory; therapeutics; domestic manuals;
veterinary manuals; anatomy, pathology and diagnosis; pharmacy; popular
books; critical works; history; biography; other books; and journals.
Includes an author index and a chronological index.