AIMA Monthly Newsletter – October 2020

It is now eight months since COVID-19 began having a major impact on Australia and New Zealand.  During this time we’ve come to live with the virus and the changes it has brought as something of a ‘new normal’. However, this surface acceptance of our world situation belies the very real stress which we continue to […]

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AIMA Monthly Newsletter – September 2020

We continue to traverse the most unusual year with unprecedented challenges and changes to our everyday lives and, in a global sense, we are some of the lucky ones so far… Never-the-less, the impacts of the drought, fires and now Covid-19 continue to put significant pressure on individuals and the collective community that have far-reaching […]

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Open Letter to the ministers of health – Aus & NZ

  CALLING ALL DOCTORS TO SIGN OPEN LETTER TO MINISTERS AIMA and ACNEM have joined together to write an open letter to all of the ministers of health in Australia and New Zealand to offer our unique medical expertise.  We are calling on all integrative doctors to support and sign this letter. COVID-19 has exposed […]

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Survey as part of the review of the Health Complaints Act 2016

VICTORIANS ONLY – The Health Issues Centre (HIC) in Melbourne is conducting research into the Victorian Health Complaints act of 2016 Code of Conduct. If you’re in Victoria it would be great if you could help by filling in the survey appropriate to you. Click on this link to access the surveys https://www2.health.vic.gov.au/about/legislation/health-complaints/review-of-operation-of-the-act

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AIMA Monthly Newsletter – August 2020

At AIMA, we strive to build a vibrant integrative medicine community which is united, recognised, supported, informed and connected. For all the latest integrative medicine news, subscribe to the AIMA monthly e-newsletter. Each newsletter includes a letter from AIMA’s President, Dr. Penny Caldicot with recent developments in the field of integrative medicine, updates, and news […]

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AIMA Conference 2021 – SAVE THE DATE!

Mark it in your diaries! The AIMA Conference 2021 will be taking place on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th March 2021 at the Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand. The conference theme is “Rebuilding health, community, resilience, and joy: an integrative medicine approach” and will include presentations from a host of charismatic and knowledgable integrative medicine experts from across […]

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Australia’s International Summit on Psychedelic Therapies for Mental Illness

AIMA is proud to be a Partner for Mind Medicine Australia’s International Summit on Psychedelic Therapies for Mental Illness, taking place in Melbourne from 18-19 November 2020 at the Sofitel Melbourne On Collins. The two-day Summit on Psychedelic Therapies for Mental Illness will bring together clinicians, scientists, academics, mental and public health professionals, philanthropists, Government, […]

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Choosing a Health Coach

Health Coaches are fast becoming a standard part of Integrative Medicine’s patient-centred care model.  However, as many doctors and practice managers will know, navigating the range of qualifications (or not) which Health Coaches bring can be difficult.  In Australia and New Zealand health coaching is broadly unregulated by government or industry.  This can make finding […]

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Covid-19 Resources

Each day the research and science of the Coronavirus changes.  It’s a lot to keep up with.  We are running a series of weekly webinars to build community and understanding in these difficult times.  These webinars are being run for doctors and health professionals, they are not meant as advice for the public or as […]

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AIMA Pre-Conference Retreat 2020

We were thrilled to host a pre-conference retreat in the lead up to the AIMA Conference in March 2020. Healing, ourselves and the planet A retreat like no other. This unique co-creative get-together focused on self-care and self-healing. As practitioners, we are all aware of the importance of self-care, but still, so often we don’t […]

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