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Does Offering Battlefield Acupuncture Lead to Subsequent Use of Traditional Acupuncture ?

Related Articles Does Offering Battlefield Acupuncture Lead to Subsequent Use of Traditional Acupuncture ? Med Care. 2020 Sep ;58 Suppl 2 9S:S108-S115 Authors : Thomas ER, Zeliadt SB, Coggeshall S, Gelman H, Resnick A, Giannitrapani K, Olson J, Kligler B, Taylor SL Abstract OBJECTIVES : (...)

Patient Feedback on the Effectiveness of Auricular Acupuncture on Pain in Routine Clinical Care : The Experience of 11,406 Veterans.

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Provider Perspectives of Battlefield Acupuncture : Advantages, Disadvantages and Its Potential Role in Reducing Opioid Use for Pain.

Related Articles Provider Perspectives of Battlefield Acupuncture : Advantages, Disadvantages and Its Potential Role in Reducing Opioid Use for Pain. Med Care. 2020 Sep ;58 Suppl 2 9S:S88-S93 Authors : Giannitrapani KF, Ackland PE, Holliday J, Zeliadt S, Olson J, Kligler B, Taylor SL Abstract (...)

Challenges and Strategies for Implementing Battlefield Acupuncture in the Veterans Administration : A Qualitative Study of Provider Perspectives.

Challenges and Strategies for Implementing Battlefield Acupuncture in the Veterans Administration : A Qualitative Study of Provider Perspectives. Med Acupunct. 2018 Oct 01 ;30(5):252-261 Authors : Taylor SL, Giannitrapani K, Ackland PE, Holliday J, Reddy KP, Drake DF, Federman DG, Kligler B (...)

jeudi 1er novembre 2018
par  Carbone GF, Federman DG, Taylor SL, Thomas ER, Zeliadt SB

Battlefield Acupuncture in the Veterans Health Administration : Effectiveness in Individual and Group Settings for Pain and Pain Comorbidities.

Battlefield Acupuncture in the Veterans Health Administration : Effectiveness in Individual and Group Settings for Pain and Pain Comorbidities. Med Acupunct. 2018 Oct 01 ;30(5):273-278 Authors : Federman DG, Zeliadt SB, Thomas ER, Carbone GF, Taylor SL Abstract Objective : The Department of (...)