The AIMA Interprofessional Communications Working Group (AICWG) was formed at the AIMA conference in Sydney in 2016 following a session on how to foster and facilitate better communication between doctors and other practitioners. Since then the working group – comprised of doctors, academics and complementary and natural health practitioners – has been collaborating to create a communications tool to assist in clear, relevant communications between medical professionals. We’re delighted to announce that the AICWG have recently completed the ‘Interprofessional Communication AIMA Guiding Principles for Letter Writing’ which is ready to be sent out for public consultation. (Watch this space for notice of the consultation process)…
Join us for the next Auckland AIMA Monthly Meeting: “Learning to Live a Good Life” with Dr. Morella Lascurain and Amy Shipley Despite all the information nowadays available, many patients struggle to eat a nutritious diet, exercise, and reduce stress levels to maintain their health. Published research supports that holistic programs focusing on healthy lifestyle […]
Join us in Auckland for the 2019 AIMA Conference.
This year’s program is bigger and better than ever with a fantastic line-up of passionate national and international experts sharing the latest updates and insights on important areas of day-to-day practice including:
* Food intolerances
* Mouth and gut microbiome
* CBD research and prescribing
* How to deal with bullying and enhance compassion
Early Bird discounts close on 31 January 2019
Evidence Based Symptomatic Relief of Cold and Flu
As the warmth of autumn wanes into winter, individuals steer their attention towards natural medicine interventions to deliver relief from cold and flu symptoms. Evidence-based natural medicines not only promote the resolution of symptoms, but also improve immune resilience and surveillance. Several herbal extracts and nutrients reinforce immune function, offering support to individuals at a higher risk of colds and flu; reducing time lost to fighting infection. As integrative practitioners you are subsequently well positioned to provide comprehensive care for your patients this cold and flu season.