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Medical students' attitudes to complementary medical therapies

Abstract:

One hundred and eighty medical students completed one of five versions of a questionnaire concerning their attitudes to five complementary therapies: acupuncture, herbalism, homoeopathy, hypnosis, and osteopathy. Very few significant statistical differences in students' attitudes to the five therapies were found, suggesting that students had similar attitudes, which were generally positive, despite the fact that they considered they knew little about the therapies. These results are discussed...

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Furnham, A More by this author
Vincent, CA More by this author
Journal:
Complementary Therapies in Medicine
Volume:
3
Issue:
4
Pages:
212-219
Publication date:
1995-10-05
DOI:
ISSN:
0965-2299
URN:
uuid:9fd7c3b2-71e7-4d22-bb82-02c4d12adc25
Source identifiers:
450592
Local pid:
pubs:450592
Language:
English

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