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One of two Cochrane Complementary Medicine bursaries for 2023 has been awarded to NAFKAM's senior adviser Barbara Wider.
Many cancer patients use complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). There is thus a great need for research-based, objective information on such treatments, both for patients and healthcare professionals.
NAFKAM’s website CAM-Cancer.org scores high on information on complementary treatments for cancer.
As a WHO Collaborating Centre (WHOCC), NAFKAM was invited to attend the first WHOCC Regional Meeting in Europe.
This fall, NAFKAM’s new advisory group was established.
NAFKAM’s Miek Jong and Barbara Wider recently attended the first congress of the Dutch Consortium for Integrative Medicine and Health (CIZG).
NAFKAM's strategic plan for 2021-2025 reflects, among other things, our ambitions to conduct outstanding research and continue to provide good and quality-assured dissemination of information about CAM.
Dana Catalina Mora (38) has recently moved from the USA to Tromsø, Norway, to work at NAFKAM.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has redesignated Norway’s National Research Center in Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NAFKAM) as a Collaborating Center for another four years.
Miek Jong (51) has been appointed as the new Head of Norway’s National Research Centre for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NAFKAM) for a four-year period from 2020-2024.
An abundance of advice on complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) and the corona virus is now emerging on the internet and particularly in social media.
In accordance with the Infection Protection Act, the Norwegian Directorate of Health has issued a decision to close a number of health-related businesses, unless they can comply with the authorities' instructions on infection protection.