Holistic Complementary and Alternative Health Questionnaire

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Author of Tool: 

Michael Hyland, George Lewith, & Caroline Westoby

Key references: 

Hyland ME, Lewith GT, Westoby C (2003) Developing A Measure Of Attitudes: The Holistic Complementary And Alternative Medicine Questionnaire Complementary Therapies In Medicine 11 (1), 33–38.

Primary use / Purpose: 

The Holistic Complementary and Alternative Health Questionnaire (HCAMQ) is a 11 item, self-complete questionnaire that measures attitudes to complementary and alternative medicine and holistic health beliefs.

Background: 

The HCAMQ is designed to help researchers measure two related psychological variables: attitudes to complementary and alternative medicine and holistic health beliefs. The scale is primarily designed for researchers.

Keywords: 

Web link to tool: 

Holistic Complementary and Alternative Health Questionnaire

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): 

https://dx.doi.org/10.13072/midss.82

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