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“I just don’t think it is right that someone uses a public service to perv on women, whoever it is should pay for what they have done,” he said.

Findings from a project designed to explore complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) activity within a local childbearing community in the north of England reveal that a number of women are engaging with different forms of CAM. Research associate/lecturer in midwifery, Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of Hull HU6 7RX England. Professor of midwifery, Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of Hull HU6 7RX England. Lecturer in midwifery, Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of Hull HU6 7RX England. A descriptive questionnaire survey was designed to explore CAM activity with a sample (distributed to 85 women, of which 40 responded).

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A small proportion of women using CAM are seeking advice from their midwife, and this is concerning.

However, many people who use CAMs say that they make them The NICE guideline also has some information on CAMs.Within the term there’s a lot of variation – they might refer to something relatively standard and inexpensive, like pilates, or something more unusual and unproven, such as bee sting therapy.Other terms used to describe complementary and alternative medicines include 'holistic' or 'natural' medicine.The findings reflect the suggestion made by Jones (2012), that midwives in their attempts to promote models of care that seek to focus on a woman-centred and a midwifery-led approach, appear to be ‘pseudo consumers’ of CAM. Researchers and practitioners should gain more insight into how women engage with, and want to engage with CAM.Planning a British Columbia ski trip or just heading up for the day?

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