Stepping back from the immediate demands of policy-making, Mainstreaming Complementary and Alternative Medicine allows a complex and informative picture to emerge of the different social forces at play in the integration of CAM with orthodox medicine. Complementing books that focus solely on practice, it will be relevant reading for all students following health studies or healthcare courses, for medical students and medical and healthcare professionals.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
part I|38 pages
Consumption in cultural context
part II|54 pages
The structural context of the state and the market
part III|74 pages
Boundary contestation in the workplace