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Scholarly Activity

Below is a comprehensive list of our scholarly activity. 

Wissink, T. Schneider, C. Integrative Medicine in Musculoskeletal Injuries. Maine Medical Center Sports Medicine Program. Portland, ME. April 2008.

Schneider, C. Wissink, T. Complementary and Integrative Approaches to Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Maine Academy of Family Physicians. South Portland, ME .April 2008.

Schneider, C. Wissink, T. Navigating Useful On-line Resources in Integrative Medicine. Maine Academy of Family Physicians. South Portland, ME. April 2008.

Schneider, C. Wissink, T. Dietary Supplements in Pediatrics. Maine Medical Center Family Medicine Residency Program. Portland, ME. March 2008.

Schneider, C. Wissink, T. Cassia cinnamon in diabetes mellitus type 2. Alternative Medicine Alert-the clinician's evidence based guide to complementary therapies. 2008;11(2): 13-24

Wissink, T. Integrative Approach to Headaches, Maine Medical Center Family Medicine Residency Program, Portland , ME. January 2008

Schneider, C. Segre, T. Green tea: potential health benefits. American Family Physician. 2009;79(7) 591-594.

Wissink, T, Schneider, C. Integrative approaches to Major Depressive Disorder. Family Medicine Grand Rounds, Maine Medical Center, Portland, ME. November 2007.

Wissink, T. Integrative Approach to Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Barron Center, Portland, ME. September 2007.

Schneider, C. Caring for you as you care for patients. MaineHealth Learning Community: Improving Care Across Conditions. Practice Improvement Series Meeting (PRISM). Freeport , Maine September 2007

Kligler,B. Maizes, V. Koithan M. Hay, M. Schneider, C. Lebensohn, P. Hadley, S. Competency-Based Residency Evaluation Tools For Integrative Medicine Training in Family Medicine residency: A pilot study. BMC Medical Education 2007, 7:7

Kligler,B. Maizes, V. Koithan M. Hay, M. Schneider, C. Lebensohn, P. Hadley, S.
Competency-Based Residency Evaluation Tools For Integrative Medicine Training in Family Medicine residency: A pilot study. BMC Medical Education 2007, 7:7

Segre, T. Integrative Approach to the Common Cold. Grand Rounds, Maine Medical Center Department of Family Medicine, Portland, ME. January 2007.

Segre T. Schneider . Lovett, E. Wissink T. Integrative Family Medicine : The Maine Medical Center Experience. Northeast Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Danvers , MA . Fall 2006.

Lovett, E. Segre T. Osteopathic Manual Medicine. Hands on Training for Family Medicine Residents. Maine Medical Center PGY-2 class. Portland , ME. September 2006.

Dr. Segre attended Maine Medical Center research training conference focused on young investigators. September 2006

Lovett, E. Integrative Family Medicine. University of New England, MS1 Class. Biddeford , ME. September 2006.

Segre, T. Integrative Approaches to the Treatment of Mood Disorders. Grand Rounds, Maine Medical Center Department of Family Medicine, Portland, ME. July 2006.

Lovett, E. Integrative Approach to Hyperlipidemia. Central Maine Medical Center , Department of Family Medicine. Lewiston, ME. June 2006.

Lovett, E. Integrative Approach to Rheumatology. Maine Medical Center Department of Family Medicine. Portland, ME. April 2006.

Schneider, C. Lovett, E, St. John’s Wort for the Treatment of Depression: An Update. Alternative Medicine Alert-the clinician’s evidence-based guide to complementary therapies. 2005; 8(9): 97-103.

Schneider CD. Lovett E: Integrative Approaches to Depression. In Rakel DP: Complementary Therapeutics in Medical Practice, Philadelphia, WB Saunders, 2nd Edition, 2007.

Maizes, V. Silverman, H. Lebensohn, P. Koithan, M. Kligler, B. Rakel, D. Schneider, C. Kohatsu, W, Hayes, M. Weil, A. The Integrative Family medicine Program: An Innovation in Residency Education. Academic Medicine. 2006; 81(6): 583-589.

Schneider, C. Cartwright, C. Integrative Medicine in Family Medicine Residency. Evidence Based Integrative Medicine 2005(6); 2(3): 177-183.

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