Complementary therapies or non-pharmacological interventions and their place in integrative medicine: Role of the French University College, CUMIC.

Mar 29, 2019


Rondelet Hall


Lecture in French, CUMIC Session

The multitude of complementary therapies or non-pharmacological interventions (NPIs) first requires pedagogical semantic harmonization to bring down the historical tensions that persist. If users often remain very or too seduced, it is not the same with health professionals! Behind the words, there are concepts that disturb because between efficiency and efficiency the nuances are subtle. However, nothing really stands in the way of modern western medicine, but there are really gaps that we could fill in the face of the growing scale of chronic diseases, the prerogative of the Western world. The need for a university investment in verification, validation and certification is essential in the face of the diversity of offers. The main beneficiaries are health professionals who need to invest in an integrative approach, particularly in France. The CUMIC promotes a different vision of efficiency and effectiveness with a broader vision of multidisciplinary evaluation, which we will discuss the main targets.


    Professor, MD, PhD

    President of the CUMIC, Université de Strasbourg, CHRU Strasbourg, France


    Collège Universitaire de Médecines Intégratives et Complémentaires


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