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IN-CAM Outcomes Database Important note on accessing instruments: The authors of this website cannot provide permission to use the scales as they are not our ownership. Details on how to access an instrument are provided on each individual instrument page in the "Extended Details" tab. Purpose of the IN-CAM Outcomes Database We have developed a database of outcome measures of particular importance to Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) and Integrative Health Care (IHC) effectiveness and efficacy research in order to facilitate and support the assessment of CAM interventions through high quality research, and thus, to improve clinical practice and inform policy. Although important in research on CAM and IHC interventions, the outcomes included in this Database are not limited or exclusive to CAM or IHC research; rather they are useful for the study of health interventions framed within a whole person perspective and focused on health and well-being.
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IJTMB: International Journal of Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (Peer-reviewed) The International Journal of Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (IJTMB) is an open access, peer-reviewed publication intended to accommodate the diverse needs of the rapidly-expanding therapeutic massage and bodywork community. Principal sections of the journal span the areas of research, education, and clinical practice. IJTMB is indexed in PubMed Central, Quertle, the Directory of Open Access Journals, CrossRef, Healthindex, Index Copernicus, Google Scholar, Hinari and Scopus.
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