Links to resources that may be helpful to our patients. This section is evolving, so please check back for new material.
The American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine is a resource for finding physicians interested in the field of Integrative Medicine.
APA Caucus on Integrative Psychiatry
The American Psychiatry Association's division recognizing and fostering research, information, and discussion about integrative psychiatry.
Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine
The Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine is one of the few programs in the US that provide long term training for residents and fellows in Integrative Medicine. They post many of their video grand rounds on iTunes.
International Network of Integrative Mental Health
A global advocacy group for integrative mental health.
Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine
The Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine has been promoting Integrative and Holistic medicine for many years and are a source for conventions and more training.
American Botanical Council
A resource for herbal medicine research and news. Some parts of the site require subscription.
A subscription service that provides independent testing and documentation of supplements.
Dietary Supplement Label Database
Find a list of the ingrediants and directions to your most common supplements listed by brand.
International Fish Oil Standards
A nonprofit, free program that does independent testing of fish oil supplements. Access is free.
National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine. A resource for overall and safety information on complementary and alternative treatments.
Natural Standard is a subscription website that provides evidence based information on dietary supplements and treatments.
Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database
Another site that requires subscription and provides evidence-based information and recommendations on supplements.
US Pharmacopeial Convention
Nonprofit organization that “sets standards for the identity, strength, quality, and purity of medicines, food ingredients, and dietary supplement…” A free resources for finding information on brands and safety.
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