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Complementary and Integrative Medicine (CIM) in Primary Care Public Deposited

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Thompson, Jacqueline. Complementary and Integrative Medicine (cim) In Primary Care. Fox, Tara.. 2021. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/6c44e396-31b4-4f10-98f5-eb6bc554be25?locale=en

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Thompson, Jacqueline. (2021). Complementary and Integrative Medicine (CIM) in Primary Care. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/6c44e396-31b4-4f10-98f5-eb6bc554be25?locale=en

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Thompson, Jacqueline. Complementary and Integrative Medicine (cim) In Primary Care. 2021. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/6c44e396-31b4-4f10-98f5-eb6bc554be25?locale=en

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Background: Many patients seek the advise from their primary care providers (PCPs) to provide insight into alternative treatment options, however, little is known about the practices of primary care providers (PCPs) and the referring of Complementary and Integrative Medicine (CIM) treatments for patients with migraine pain. CIM is the practice of evidence informed modalities such as traditional Chinese medicine and mindbody strategies to assist in the health and healing processes. Purpose: The purpose is to determine if Ascension St. Vincent Indianapolis PCPs are referring CIM treatments to their migraine patients, and if not, what prohibits providers from utilizing these treatments with their migraine patients. Methods: A 10-question survey was distributed to 243 primary care providers (PCPs) of the Ascension St. Vincent Indianapolis network. Implementation Plan: The 10- question survey was distributed to the PCPs of Ascension St. Vincent Indianapolis via their Ascension emails. The collection and analysis was conducted through the online database, REDCap from September 29 to October 31,2021. Results: 29 responses were received (11.90%). There was no significant correlation between the provider’s professional background and their perceptions of CIM. There was a significant correlation between the provider survey responses and the provider’s gender.

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