The research projects:
1. CCESCAM â€“ background and funding
CAM use in Europe and the US, brief overview
Research focus and methodologies
2.1 Aarhus-team, under supervision of Robert Zachariae
2.1.1 CAM and Quality of Life (QoL)
2.1.2 CAM and mechanisms â€“ experimentally induced myalgia
Project 2.1.2 is a post-doc-study conducted by Lene Vase under the supervision of Robert Zachariae and Anders Bonde Jensen.
2.1.3 The effect of acupuncture on palliative care
2.2 Odense-team, under supervision of Anette Damkier
2.2.1 Use and effect of CAM in cancer patients
2.2.2 Complementary medicine for cancer in Italy, India and Denmark â€“ a comparative study of relations between agency, experience and socio-cultural structures of health care.
2.2.3 Implications of therapeutic emplotment in conventional and in complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) for cancer patientsâ€™ illness narratives and experience of quality of life.
2.3 Analysis of the supply of complementary and alternative medical treatments (CAM)
2.4 CCESCAM-VID: Knowledge-sharing, -representation and -conceptualisation in an interdisciplinary environment.