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We are committed to providing services, evaluating them, learning from them and sharing the results. We make all our publications freely available for others to share and use. We are delighted to have worked with some leading thinkers from their fields – banking, public policy, complementary therapy, and look forward to future collaborations.

  1. Get Well UK 2008 Values Report April 2008
    Report into whether Get Well UK is living its values, following a survey undertaken in Spring 2008.
    12 pages (171KB). Download
  2. Evidence Base for Musculoskeletal Services in Primary Care January 2008
    The evidence base and cost-effectiveness of acupcunture, osteopathy and chiopractic for key musculoskeletal conditions.
     5 pages (101KB). Download
  3. Integrating complementary medicine into primary care May 2006
    An audit of five months referrals to the Get Well UK complementary therapy service in South Islington.  Report by Professor David Peters, Hal Andrews and Dr Dione Hills.
    41 pages (1.14MB). Download
  4. Public Health, Private Wealth November 2005
    Public policy research commissioned from Fellows' Associates. Recommends that the government takes action to reduce health inequalities and makes acupuncture, osteopathy and chiropractic available on the NHS, ending the current postcode lottery of access.
    74 pages (669KB). Download
  5. The Role of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in the NHS. An investigation into the Potential Contribution of Mainstream Complementary Therapies to Healthcare in the UK October 2005 
    Led by Christopher Smallwood. Get Well UK features as one of four case studies. Includes an introduction by Professor Sir Graeme Catto, President of the General Medical Council.
    194 pages (7.39MB). Download
  6. Does it work? A pilot project investigating the integration of complementary medicine into the primary care June 2005
    Written by Professor Nicola Robinson from Thames Valley University, this audit of our pilot project in Haringey demonstrates improvements in health and reductions in patient worry, as well as a correlation between the feedback from patients and the feedback from practitioners.
    40 pages (1.95MB). Download

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