Oxford U Press IM Book Series

The Weil Integrative Medicine Library by Oxford University Press has grown out of a need to organize the basic principles of integrative medicine in practical application to common health conditions, and make them accessible to clinicians and patients. Each volume focuses on a particular specialty and features editors and chapter authors that are leaders in their respective fields, many of whom are Center directors and faculty. The text is presented in an easy-to-read format featuring case histories, clinical pearls, sidebars, and useful tables, with key information highlighted.

Integrative Psychiatry (Aug 2009)
Daniel A. Monti, MD
A rational and evidence-based approach to integrative therapy of mental disorders.

Integrative Rheumatology (Sep 2010)
Randy Horwitz
The authors describe an evidence-based approach to the integrative therapy of rheumatologic, allergic, and autoimmune disorders, integrating principles of alternative therapies into the practice of conventional medical therapy.

Integrative Pediatrics (Aug 2009)
Timothy Culbert
Various studies now indicate that more than 50 percent of pediatricians would welcome more natural therapies for children, provided they were safe and effective. This volume addresses this interest and provides guidelines for pediatricians, parents, and general audiences in a balanced, evidence-based manner.

Integrative Women's Health (Dec 2015)
Victoria Maizes, Tieraona Low Dog
The first in-depth, wide-reaching reference on integrative women's health, written for both health-care professionals and general audiences.

Integrative Cardiology (Dec 2010)
Edited by Stephen Devries and James Dalen
Integrative Cardiology is an exploration of a new and much-needed perspective in cardiac care.

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