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Guidelines for Clinical Research on Acupuncture
(1995; 68 pages)
Table of Contents
View the documentForeword
Open this folder and view contents1. Introduction
Open this folder and view contents2. Glossary
Open this folder and view contents3. Goals and objectives of the guidelines
Open this folder and view contents4. General considerations
Open this folder and view contents5. Research methodology
View the document6. Using the guidelines
Open this folder and view contentsAnnexes
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6. Using the guidelines

These guidelines are intended to facilitate the work of research scientists and clinicians in the field of acupuncture and to provide some reference points for those who contribute to and support clinical studies on acupuncture. The guidelines can also be used by academic institutions. Related appropriate reviews and journals can evaluate reports and articles on the subject. It is hoped that these guidelines will be found general enough to enable institutions in each Member State to modify them to meet their own specific needs. In addition, the guidelines may be useful to health authorities which regulate acupuncture practice and provide indications for acupuncture treatment.

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