CAMDOC Alliance

Rue du Trône 194
B-1050 Bruxelles

Phone: +32 26462117

ECH (European Committee for Homeopathy)

ECPM (European Council of Doctors for Plurality in Medicine)

ICMART (International Council of Medical Acupuncture and Related Techniques)

IVAA (International Federation of Anthroposophic Medical Associations)

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Updated 08.04.14

Results: Presented at the Final Conference in Brussels on 29.11.2012


EUROCAM CAM Brochure 2012: Complementary and Alternative Medicine - Current status and Potential in European Healthcare (pdf)

The regulatory status of Complementary and Alternative Medicine for medical doctors in Europe 2010 (pdf)

Complementary Medicine,
its current position and its potential for European healthcare (pdf)

Model Guidelines for the Practice of Complementary Therapies (CAM) by Medical Doctors in the European Union

CAMDOC supports intiatives for plurality in medicine

CAMDOC members are members of the CAMbrella Advisory Board


The “European CAM Stakeholder Group - EUROCAM” is a network of CAM Stakeholder groups organised at the European level comprising national associations of:

EUROCAM seeks to unite all European umbrella organisations of patients, doctors and practitioners with different backgrounds in the field of CAM, who subscribe to the objectives of the network and have democratic membership and decision-making structures. The main reasons are (1) the political clout carried by the collaboration and combined human and financial resources of these umbrella organisations and (2) the wish of the EU institutions to deal with the CAM field as a whole.

The organisations participating in EUROCAM seek to work collaboratively in order to better fulfil their purposes, while remaining as separate organisations.

The organisations participating in EUROCAM take the position that all healthcare professionals have the right to practise according to the philosophy, principles and method of each CAM modality based on the appropriate training, and ethical and professional standards for each modality. On that basis the organisations participating in EUROCAM do so on the basis of mutual respect and status. 

At the moment the growing coherence of the CAM sector contributes strongly to three major CAM activities at the EU level: