Complementary and Alternative Medicine

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EUROCAM Uniting European organisations in the sector of Traditional, Complementary and Integrative Medicine

EUROCAM is a European platform for organisations representing patients, medical doctors, veterinarians, and practitioners in the sector of Traditional, Complementary, and Integrative Medicine (TCIM). EUROCAM aims to promote the contribution of Traditional, Complementary, and Integrative Medicine to better health in Europe. EUROCAM is an independent non-profit and non-governmental European umbrella organisation. 

EUROCAM foundation

EUROCAM represents acupuncture, Ayurveda, anthroposophic medicine, herbal medicine, homeopathic medicine, naturopathic or traditional European medicine, reiki therapy, and traditional Chinese medicine. The practice of Traditional and Complementary Medicine modalities is based on clinical expertise and the best available clinical evidence from scientific research built over the last few decades.


The objective of EUROCAM is to promote and facilitate Traditional, Complementary, and Integrative Medicine’s role in enhancing and maintaining citizens' health, highlighting health promotion and TCIM's contribution to preventative healthcare. 

  • EUROCAM focuses on TCIM's place in EU public health policy and programmes.
  • EUROCAM emphasises the accessibility and affordability of TCIM.
  • EUROCAM advocates for TCIM with EU policymakers.

Latest News

Integrative Medicine in prevention and management of COVID-19 and long COVID,

hosted by the MEP Interest Group on Integrative Medicine and Health
Tuesday 14 June 2022, European Parliament, Brussels and online

Speakers will report on how Complementary and Integrative Medicine interventions can improve resilience to COVID-19 infection, reduce the risk of severe COVID-19, or development of Long COVID by promoting resilience and health restoration, and how these interventions can improve the recovery from Long COVID.

Register here.

Exhibition and Congress 'Integrative Personalised Medicine 2022'

16 - 18 June 2022, International Exhibition and three Conferences  in London,

Imagine a single overarching event that champions a whole person, patient centre approach to healthcare. Taking place in-person, in London the congress will bring together health care professionals from the various disciplines whether that might be conventional, integrative, functional, lifestyle, environmental, complementary, or holistic medicine. 

A growing movement of practitioners and doctors who want to see a more therapeutic, holistic, patient-centred approach to healthcare that takes into consideration both the patient’s physical and psychological wellbeing and treats the whole person rather than just the disease.

Very much grounded in evidence-based medicine, this congress will share the knowledge, expertise and resources of the many doctors, therapists and practitioners who are using their years of clinical experience to address long-term disease that is putting increasing strain on the conventional healthcare system. 

Integrative medicine practitioners and doctors will demonstrate how they combine conventional medicine with evidence-informed lifestyle, complementary and traditional approaches to achieve optimum health and wellbeing for the patient. The exhibition and workshops are FREE to attend. Conference passes start from just £125, registration on the IPMCongress website.


Position paper on 'The role of Complementary Medicine (CAM) and Integrative Oncology in the context of Cancer' 

March 2022, The publishing of EUROCAM's Position paper on 'The role of Complementary Medicine (CAM) and Integrative Oncology in the context of Cancer' comes as the European Parliament adopts its report, highlighting the need for evidence-based Integrative Medicine to be included in the implementation of Europe's Beating Cancer Plan. Read the whole article and position paper here.


Our mission is to promote and facilitate the role of Traditional, Complementary, and Integrative Medicine in maintaining citizens' health and promote it's role in EU public health policy