Book Review: Acupuncture Research: Strategies for establishing an evidence base. Edited by H MacPherson, R Hammerschlag, G Lewith and R Schnyer
by David Mayor
Understanding research, and how to do research, is now a key part of education for most acupuncture students, and can no longer be ignored by even the most dyed-in-the-wool traditionalist practitioners. For those outside the profession, such as policy-makers or potential patients, the results of this sumptuously produced book will be a revelation to many acupuncturists whatever their orientation. Unlike most textbooks, it exemplifies a truly holistic and integrative approach to a particular set of conditions that is virtually unknown in the UK.
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