'Quackery' in the academy? Professional knowledge, autonomy and the debate over complementary medicine degrees
Alternative futures: fields, boundaries, and divergent professionalisation strategies within the Chiropractic profession
Between the bench, the bedside and the office: The need to build bridges between working neuroscientists and ethicists.
Bourdieu and the future of knowledge in the university
Enacting the 'neuro' in practice: translational research, adhesion and the promise of porosity
Epistemic cultures in complementary medicine: knowledge-making in university departments of osteopathy and Chinese medicine
Introduction: reconceptualising complementary and alternative medicine as knowledge production and social transformation
Neuroscientists' everyday experiences of ethics: the interplay of regulatory, professional, personal and tangible ethical spheres.
Regional influences on Chinese medicine education: comparing Australia and Hong Kong
Sociological perspectives on the politics of knowledge in health care: introduction to themed issue
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