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Selected References

Barnes PM, Bloom B, Nahin R.  Complementary and alternative medicine use among adults and children:  United States, 2007, CDC National Health Statistics Report #12, 2008 

DiNucci EM.  Energy Healing:  A complementary treatment for orthopaedic and other conditions.  Orthopaedic Nursing.  2005:24(4):259-269


Engebretson J, Wardell DW.  Experience of a Reiki session.  Alternative Therapies in Health and Mediciine.  2002:8(2):48-53.

LaTorre MA.  The use of Reiki in psychotherapy.  Perspectives in Psychiatric Care.  2005; 41(4):184-187

Miles P.  Reiki for mind, body, and spirit support of cancer patients.  Advances in Mind-Body Medicine.  2007; 22(2):20-26.

Miles P.  True G. Reiki--review of a biofield therapy history, theory, practice and research.  Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine.  2003; 9(2):62-72

Nield-Anderson L., Ameling A.  Reiki:  a complementary therapy for nursing practice.  Journal of psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services.  2001;39(4):42-49

Reiki.  Natural Standard Database Web site.  Accessed at http://www.naturalstandard.com on February 25, 2008.


For More Information:  NCAAM Clearinghouse

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PubMed®

A service of the National Library of Medicine (NLM), PubMed contains publication informatioin and (in most cases) brief summaries of articles from scientific and medical journals.  CAM on PubMed, developed jointly by NCCAM and NLM, is a subset of the PubMed system and focuses on the topic of CAM.  
     Web site:  www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez              CAM on PubMed:  nccam.nih.giv/research/camonpubmed/

ClinicalTrials.gov
ClinicalTrials.gov is a database of information on federally and privately supported clinical trials (research studies in people) for a wide range of diseases and conditions.  It is sponsored by the National Institues of Health and the U. S. Food and Drug Administration.
     Web site:  www.clinicaltrials.gov

Testimonials - Student responses to 'How would you describe your class experience to a friend?'
  --"Words cannot describe how much I enjoyed this class"
  --"Educational"
  --"Very relaxing, informative, positive, for sure to be life changing"
  --"Amazing"
  --"A day of experiencing great peace and healing"
  --"A spa for the sad!"
Student responses to 'What was the most positive experience you had in this class?"
  --"Moments of a sense of unity with everything"
  --"Lunch! ha! ha!  The empowerments were great, too"
  --"All was positive"
  --"The validation of what Reiki energy was showing me.  I can see the wisdom in it."
  --"Meeting _____" (a fellow student)
  --"Experiencing the beautiful Reiki energy from others"
  --"Learning what Reiki really is and how you use it"
  --"A feeling of peace and gratitude for a growing opportunity"



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