Research Projects - Surveys and Reviews

Surveys

  1. What rheumatologists in the United States think of complementary and alternative medicine: results of a national survey.
  2. Alternative medicine research in clinical practice: a US national survey.
  3. Patient attitudes toward probiotics
    • Status: Enrolling participants
  4. Use of CAM by dermatology patients
    • Status: Enrolling participants
  5. Use of CAM by CV patients
    • Status: Enrolling participants
  6. Patient attitudes towards Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM): A comprehensive survey of Mayo Clinic patients.
  7. Physicians' attitudes toward complementary and alternative medicine and their knowledge of specific therapies: a survey at an academic medical center.
  8. Assessment of the use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) for tobacco cessation.
  9. Complementary and alternative medicine use among long-term lymphoma survivors: a pilot study.
  10. Adverse effects to Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM).
    • Status: Completed
  11. Prevalence of use of sedative herbal products by patients with sleep apnea.
    • Status: Completed
  12. Development of a Complementary and Integrative Medicine Intake Form
    • Status: Completed
  13. Prevalence of use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) by patients with IBS.
    • Status: Completed
  14. Use of complementary and alternative medical therapies by patients referred to a fibromyalgia treatment program at a tertiary care center.
  15. Dietary supplement usage by patients with cancer undergoing chemotherapy: does prognosis or cancer symptoms predict usage?
  16. Use of herbs among adults based on evidence-based indications: findings from the National Health Interview Survey.
  17. A web-based course on complementary medicine for medical students and residents improves knowledge and changes attitudes.

Reviews

  1. Characteristics of Mind-Body Users
    • Status: Enrolling Participants
  2. Creation of a healing enhancement program at an academic medical center.
  3. A web-based course on complementary medicine for medical students and residents improves knowledge and changes attitudes.
  4. Can complementary and alternative medicine clinical cancer research be successfully accomplished? The Mayo Clinic-North Central Cancer Treatment Group experience.
  5. Herbal therapy: what a clinician needs to know to counsel patients effectively
  6. Potential for interactions between dietary supplements and prescription medications.
  7. A critical review of complementary therapies for cancer-related fatigue.
  8. Search strategies for retrieving complementary and alternative medicine clinical trials in oncology
  9. Cochrane systematic reviews in acupuncture: methodological diversity in database searching
  10. Cancer-related fatigue: an update.
  11. Efficacy of complementary and alternative medicine therapies in relieving cancer pain: a systematic review.