All of this occurs within a regulatory framework to ensure best practise.
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It’s about the communication issues surrounding the House of Commons Science and Technology Selet Committee’s report on the funding of homeopathy on the NHS.] Should homeopathy be funded on the NHS?
One area of science where communication issues are particularly important is that of medicine.
Patients need to be able to obtain information from their doctors, who in turn rely on the advances of researchers.
Many patients find comfort and relief in the use of complementary and alternative medicines (CAM).
Thomas and Holeman (2004) found that 10% of UK adults had used CAM treatment.
CAM are therapies which are generally thought to have no scientific basis.
Any apparent benefit patients may derive from them is thought to be due to a placebo effect, whereby improvement is due to the psychological value of receiving treatment, rather than the treatment itself (Evans et al, 2011, p. The placebo effect has also been shown to be an active process as distinguished from the natural history of a condition (Wechsler et al, 2011).
The debate over the use of CAM in publically-funded healthcare came to prominence in 2010, when the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee published an “Evidence Check” report on the NHS funding of homeopathy (House of Commons Science and Technology Committee, 2010).