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Ayurvedic Medicine Research Initiative (AMRIT)

The Ayurvedic Medicine Research Initiative (AMRIT) Project provides the first national practice-based research network (PBRN) of ayurvedic patient care in the UK examining who uses Ayurveda and why, bridging the disconnect between practitioners and researchers, developing and coordinating the evidence-base for ayurvedic medicine. AMRIT invites all UK-based Ayurvedic professionals to partner in the production of practice-relevant knowledge by responding to the first national practitioner questionnaire and also by consenting to be listed on the AMRIT PBRN with a view to potentially participating in future AMRIT research sub-studies.
The AMRIT project is funded by the Ayurvedic Professionals Association in the United Kingdom and is independently designed, led and conducted by an experienced team of critical health researchers at the Australian Research Centre in Complementary and Integrative Medicine (ARCCIM), Faculty of Health, University of Technology Sydney. 

Click here to find the AMRIT Questionnaire Information Sheet.

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