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Presentation

Wolfgang Weidenhammer

Project Coordinator

Leader Work Package 9

Management

Partner

Klinikum rechts der Isar

Competence Centre for Complementary Medicine and Naturopathy

Technische Universität

München, Germany

Place

CAM Conference “Complementary and Alternative Medicine – Innovation and Added Value for European Healthcare”

European Parliament

Brussels, Oct 9, 2012

The CAMbrella project* -

status and potential impact

Wolfgang Weidenhammer

Competence Centre for Complementary Medicine & Naturopathy,

Techn. Univ. Munich, Germany

*funded by European‘s Union 7th Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013),

Grant Agreement No. 241951

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CAMbrella - What is it?

CAMbrellais a FP7-funded project, hence a research-orientedproject

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CAMbrella - What is it?

CAMbrellais a FP7-funded project, hence a research-orientedproject

However, itisnot a collaborativeresearchprojectbut a so-calledcoordinationaction

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CAM topic – the task

3. Optimising the delivery of healthcare to European citizens

3.1 Translating Clinical Research into practice

3.1-3 Complementary and alternative medicine

In order to create the knowledge base concerning the demands for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) and the prevalence of its use in Europe, consensus on the terminology of CAM and the definition of respective CAM methods needs to be established. The current state with respect to the provider’s perspective as well as needs and demands of the citizens should be explored; the different legal status of CAM in EU Member States needs to be taken into account. A roadmap for future European research in this area should be developed.

► CAMbrella – A pan-European research network for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM)

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The CAMbrella consortium

NL-Louis Bolk Institute: WP4

ECHAMP Symposium

Brussels, Nov 18, 2009

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Structure of the Work Packages

WP1: CAM terminologyanddefinitions

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Structure of the Work Packages

WP2: Legal statusandregulations

WP1: CAM terminologyanddefinitions

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Structure of the Work Packages

WP2: Legal statusandregulations

WP3: Needs andattitudesofcitizens

WP1: CAM terminologyanddefinitions

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Structure of the Work Packages

WP2: Legal statusandregulations

WP3: Needs andattitudesofcitizens

WP1: CAM terminologyanddefinitions

WP4: CAM use –patients‘ perspective

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Structure of the Work Packages

WP2: Legal statusandregulations

WP3: Needs andattitudesofcitizens

WP1: CAM terminologyanddefinitions

WP4: CAM use –patients‘ perspective

WP5: CAM use – providers‘ perspective

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Structure of the Work Packages

WP2: Legal statusandregulations

WP3: Needs andattitudesofcitizens

WP1: CAM terminologyanddefinitions

WP6: CAM research – the global perspective

WP4: CAM use –patients‘ perspective

WP5: CAM use – providers‘ perspective

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Structure of the Work Packages

WP2: Legal statusandregulations

WP3: Needs andattitudesofcitizens

WP1: CAM terminologyanddefinitions

WP6: CAM research – the global perspective

WP4: CAM use –patients‘ perspective

WP5: CAM use – providers‘ perspective

WP7: Review of CAM researchmethodology + Roadmapfor European CAM research

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Structure of the Work Packages

WP2: Legal statusandregulations

WP3: Needs andattitudesofcitizens

WP1: CAM terminologyanddefinitions

WP6: CAM research – the global perspective

WP4: CAM use –patients‘ perspective

WP5: CAM use – providers‘ perspective

WP7: Review of CAM researchmethodology + Roadmapfor European CAM research

WP8: Dissemination andcommunication

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Structure of the Work Packages

WP2: Legal statusandregulations

WP3: Needs andattitudesofcitizens

WP1: CAM terminologyanddefinitions

WP6: CAM research – the global perspective

WP4: CAM use –patients‘ perspective

WP5: CAM use – providers‘ perspective

WP7: Review of CAM researchmethodology + Roadmapfor European CAM research

WP8: Dissemination andcommunication

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CAMbrella – in a nutshell

TitleCAMbrella – A pan-European research network for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM)

Start of the projectJan 1, 2010

Duration3 years

Consortium16 participants from 12 European countries plus one adjunct partner from Netherlands

CoordinatorKlinikum rechts der Isar, Techn. Univ., Munich Competence Centre for Complementary Medicine and Naturopathy (Head: D Melchart); contact: W Weidenhammer

Fundingmax 1.5 m. € (FP7/2007-2013, GA No. 241951) Funding scheme: Coordination action

Aimsto review the status quo of CAM in the EU and to provide a proposal (=roadmap) for CAM research

Impact Research roadmap and network to enable sustainable and prioritised CAM research in the EU

Informationwww.cambrella.eu; Weidenhammer et al. Forsch Komplmed 2011;18:69-76

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History

2007 + 2008 + 2009

2010 + 2011 + 2012

2004 + 2005 + 2006

Lobbying to bring CAM into FP7

First ad-hoc Dead- Grant

meetings line Agree-

Vienna Proposal ment

Nov 06

/Jan 07 Dec 08 Oct 09

Kick-off Final

meeting Conference

Paving the way Preparation Execution

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Outlook

2014 + 2015 + 2016 + 2017 + 2018 + 2019 + 2020

Following CAM researchprojects

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Outlook

2014 + 2015 + 2016 + 2017 + 2018 + 2019 + 2020

Following CAM researchprojects

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Outlook

http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?pubRef=-%2f%2fEP%2f%2fNONSGML%2bCOMPARL%2bPE-492.814%2b01%2bDOC%2bPDF%2bV0%2f%2fEN

Amendments No. 595, 633 and 650 refer to the inclusion of CAM

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