Evidence Informed Practice as the Catalyst for Culture Change in CAM
Evans, RoniMaiers, MicheleDelagran, LouiseKreitzer, Mary JoSierpina, Victor
Grants were awarded to CAM institutions and focused on introducing evidence-based practice into curricula of CAM schools including schools of chiropractic, naturopathic, and acupuncture and Oriental medicine. Outcomes reported by investigators has been culture change. This article describes individual and organizational culture changes that occurred at Northwestern Health Sciences University.
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