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The National Institute of Integrative Medicine (NIIM)

Contact

Name: Christine Johnson

Position: Events and Community Relations Manager

Email: cjohnson@niim.com.au

Address

11-23 Burwood Rd

Hawthorn

Melbourne 3122

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Our Mission / Objective

The National Institute of Integrative Medicine aims to bring together teaching, research and practice of Integrative Medicine and its allied activities with the objectives of facilitating improved understanding of the utilisation, safety and limitations, evaluation and development of Integrative Medicine. The Institute is the outcome of many years of expertise gathered from the management of the GSIM at Swinburne University.

NIIM seeks to achieve the following aims:

  1. To establish quality teaching programs for medical professionals and other allied health personnel.
  2. To contribute to and support the development of an education and a research culture in Integrative Medicine which observes the highest ethical standards.
  3. To facilitate collaborative research into Integrative Medicine, drawing on expertise in Integrative Medicine and in research methodology.
  4. To source funding for Integrative Medicine research and disseminate research findings and to assure students and prospective research industry partners of the highest possible standards.
  5. To disseminate information about Integrative medicine to those involved with healthcare delivery in all disciplines, researchers, regulatory authorities and the public.
  6. To establish a wellness clinic that will provide integrative medical care for optimum health.
  7. To continue building on our existing education and research activities – to further enhance our innovative reputation.

The primary functions to achieve these objectives are:

  • Education
  • Research
  • Clinics

Our Services

With over 20 practicing integrative General Practitioners, specialists and allied health professionals, the NIIM Clinic is the leading integrative medical clinic in Australia. Services include:

  • Consultants
  • Integrative General Practice
  • Medical Specialists
  • Complementary Medicine
  • Family Medicine
  • Anti-Ageing Medicine
  • Psychiatry Services
  • Psychology and Counselling Services
  • Naturopathy
  • Osteopathy
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine
  • Myotherapy
  • Other Services
  • Integrative HealthCheck
  • Regional Hyperthermia
  • Whole Body Hyperthermia
  • Alcedonia Laser Clinic
  • IV Therapy Clinic
  • PRP/Prolotherapy
  • Hormone Testing
  • Iron Infusions (IV)
  • Clinical Toxicology
  • Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)

Our Beneficiaries

The Medical Community and the General Public

Projects in Progress

Driving Integrated Medicine Education

NIIM is committed to delivering high quality education in integrative medicine to medical and allied health practitioners, professional healthcare support staff and the general community.

NIIM Higher Education

NIIM is currently in the process of applying for accreditation with the Australian government’s Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) to become a higher education provider. Planned future courses include higher degrees by research and postgraduate coursework courses in integrative medicine for practitioners.

Furthering Integrated Medicine Research

NIIM strives to bring together research, education and clinical practice of integrative medicine to further its use and understanding in the general and medical community. Here at NIIM we conduct research to test the effectiveness and safety of complementary and alternative therapies, and expand the evidence base of nutritional medicines and complementary treatments for the prevention and treatment of disease. Our research projects encompass cancer, heart health, cognitive function, osteopathy, women’s health and other areas.

This is required to:

  • Build the evidence base for the use of complementary therapies independently and alongside conventional medicine
  • Monitor tolerability and safety of complementary therapies
  • Build awareness and recognition of effective complementary therapies in the general public, scientific community and government and funding bodies

Our People

CEO

Professor Avni Sali AM - Director , Steve Bunce - CEO

Names of Board Members

Grant Moffitt

Nathan Sable

Betty Zervas

Adam Garrisson

Robert G. Kirby AO

Peter Copulos

Beverley Pinder

Radek Sali

Registration Information

ABN

15 095 139 209

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

General Donations

The National Institute of Integrative Medicine aims to provide Integrative Medical research and education as an accessible resource to the community.

Donations made to NIIM support the Institute in research in evidence-based Integrative medicine, education and professional development of healthcare practitioners, and raising awareness of Integrative Medicine on a local and international scale.

The NIIM is a DGR (deductible gift recipient) endorsed charitable organisation, all donations greater than two dollars are tax deductible

Work with us

The National Institute of Integrative Medicine is a DGR endorsed charitable organisation which brings together education and research in Integrative Medicine, as well as facilitating its practice at the NIIM Clinic.

The National Institute of Integrative Medicine is currently undergoing an exciting new expansion. If you are an Integrative GP or Specialist and would like to be involved, please contact the NIIM Clinic at careers@niim.com.au or (03) 9804 0646.

Volunteer with us

NIIM is a not-for-profit organisation supported by a network of volunteers working across a number of departments.

Volunteers at NIIM are encouraged to assist within their area of expertise, such as administration, professional consulting, design, event support, videography and many others. Volunteers can work flexible hours on a regular basis, or offer their services during times of increased personnel demand, such as new campaign launches, duration of research projects, and events.

NIIM volunteers are an integral part of operations, supporting the running of the Institute and the delivery of improved health care, education and medical research to the Australian community

Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

The National Institute of Integrative Medicine aims to bring together teaching, research and practice of Integrative Medicine and its allied activities with the objectives of facilitating improved understanding of the utilisation, safety and limitations, evaluation and development of Integrative Medicine. The Institute is the outcome of many years of expertise gathered from the management of the GSIM at Swinburne University.

NIIM seeks to achieve the following aims:

  1. To establish quality teaching programs for medical professionals and other allied health personnel.
  2. To contribute to and support the development of an education and a research culture in Integrative Medicine which observes the highest ethical standards.
  3. To facilitate collaborative research into Integrative Medicine, drawing on expertise in Integrative Medicine and in research methodology.
  4. To source funding for Integrative Medicine research and disseminate research findings and to assure students and prospective research industry partners of the highest possible standards.
  5. To disseminate information about Integrative medicine to those involved with healthcare delivery in all disciplines, researchers, regulatory authorities and the public.
  6. To establish a wellness clinic that will provide integrative medical care for optimum health.
  7. To continue building on our existing education and research activities – to further enhance our innovative reputation.

The primary functions to achieve these objectives are:

  • Education
  • Research
  • Clinics

Our Services

With over 20 practicing integrative General Practitioners, specialists and allied health professionals, the NIIM Clinic is the leading integrative medical clinic in Australia. Services include:

  • Consultants
  • Integrative General Practice
  • Medical Specialists
  • Complementary Medicine
  • Family Medicine
  • Anti-Ageing Medicine
  • Psychiatry Services
  • Psychology and Counselling Services
  • Naturopathy
  • Osteopathy
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine
  • Myotherapy
  • Other Services
  • Integrative HealthCheck
  • Regional Hyperthermia
  • Whole Body Hyperthermia
  • Alcedonia Laser Clinic
  • IV Therapy Clinic
  • PRP/Prolotherapy
  • Hormone Testing
  • Iron Infusions (IV)
  • Clinical Toxicology
  • Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)

Our Beneficiaries

The Medical Community and the General Public

Projects in Progress

Driving Integrated Medicine Education

NIIM is committed to delivering high quality education in integrative medicine to medical and allied health practitioners, professional healthcare support staff and the general community.

NIIM Higher Education

NIIM is currently in the process of applying for accreditation with the Australian government’s Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) to become a higher education provider. Planned future courses include higher degrees by research and postgraduate coursework courses in integrative medicine for practitioners.

Furthering Integrated Medicine Research

NIIM strives to bring together research, education and clinical practice of integrative medicine to further its use and understanding in the general and medical community. Here at NIIM we conduct research to test the effectiveness and safety of complementary and alternative therapies, and expand the evidence base of nutritional medicines and complementary treatments for the prevention and treatment of disease. Our research projects encompass cancer, heart health, cognitive function, osteopathy, women’s health and other areas.

This is required to:

  • Build the evidence base for the use of complementary therapies independently and alongside conventional medicine
  • Monitor tolerability and safety of complementary therapies
  • Build awareness and recognition of effective complementary therapies in the general public, scientific community and government and funding bodies

Our People

CEO

Professor Avni Sali AM - Director , Steve Bunce - CEO

Names of Board Members

Grant Moffitt

Nathan Sable

Betty Zervas

Adam Garrisson

Robert G. Kirby AO

Peter Copulos

Beverley Pinder

Radek Sali

Registration Information

ABN

15 095 139 209

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

General Donations

The National Institute of Integrative Medicine aims to provide Integrative Medical research and education as an accessible resource to the community.

Donations made to NIIM support the Institute in research in evidence-based Integrative medicine, education and professional development of healthcare practitioners, and raising awareness of Integrative Medicine on a local and international scale.

The NIIM is a DGR (deductible gift recipient) endorsed charitable organisation, all donations greater than two dollars are tax deductible

Work with us

The National Institute of Integrative Medicine is a DGR endorsed charitable organisation which brings together education and research in Integrative Medicine, as well as facilitating its practice at the NIIM Clinic.

The National Institute of Integrative Medicine is currently undergoing an exciting new expansion. If you are an Integrative GP or Specialist and would like to be involved, please contact the NIIM Clinic at careers@niim.com.au or (03) 9804 0646.

Volunteer with us

NIIM is a not-for-profit organisation supported by a network of volunteers working across a number of departments.

Volunteers at NIIM are encouraged to assist within their area of expertise, such as administration, professional consulting, design, event support, videography and many others. Volunteers can work flexible hours on a regular basis, or offer their services during times of increased personnel demand, such as new campaign launches, duration of research projects, and events.

NIIM volunteers are an integral part of operations, supporting the running of the Institute and the delivery of improved health care, education and medical research to the Australian community

Our Annual Reports

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