Calgary hosts 2014 IN-CAM research symposium
March 26, 2014 – The Canadian Interdisciplinary Network for Complementary and Alternative Medicine Research (IN-CAM) will be holding its eighth Research Symposium Nov. 6 to 8, 2014 in Calgary. This year's symposium, marking the organization's 10 anniversary, is titled, The Next Wave of Complementary and Integrative Medicine Research.
By Mari-Len De
IN-CAM is a Canadian research network in the field of complementary and
alternative medicine and integrative medicine since. Throughout the
symposium, IN-CAM will highlight the various stories and successes of
The key purpose of the IN-CAM Symposium is to
support, enable, and advance high quality and rigorous research and
excellent practice in the area of complementary and integrative
medicine. The Symposium has been established as the primary research
meeting in Canada in this area, bringing together a diverse group of
individuals from across disciplines, representing a range of research
expertise and research interests. It creates an environment that enables
discussion and facilitates the generation of new ideas and
collaborations across Canada.
The IN-CAM Symposium will feature
pre-symposium summit, workshop and research sessions specifically for
massage therapists, according to Ania Kania-Richmond, IN-CAM acting
director and a registered massage therapist based in Calgary.