The National Institute of Integrative Medicine, or NIIM, is a Not-For-Profit organisation, which brings together education and research in Integrative Medicine, as well as facilitating its practice at the NIIM Clinic.
The courses available at NIIM are designed to educate healthcare practitioners in the utilisation, safety and limitations of evidence-based complementary medicine, and it's place alongside conventional medicine. For more information regarding post-graduate and other courses at NIIM, please view our Courses homepage
The National Institute of Integrative Medicine is dedicated to raising awareness of Integrative Medicine in the community through seminars, lectures, media appearances, news and corporate programs, such as the Complete Health Program. NIIM hosts and sponsors regular public seminars on Complementary and Integrative Medicine. Further information on upcoming seminars and lectures is available on the News homepage
With the support of local and international partners, the National Institute of Integrative Medicine conducts research into Complementary and Integrative Therapies, exploring innovative ideas and assessing the efficacy, toxicity and quality of Complementary and Alternative Medicines to expand the evidence base associated with Integrative Medicine. This research is critical in furthering understanding and utilisation of Integrative Medicine in the medical community.
The NIIM Clinic
is a leading provider of Integrative and Complementary healthcare. Housing leading Integrative General Practitioners and Complementary Medical staff as well as the latest in innovative Integrative therapies and screening tools providing the best treatment for everyday ailments, chronic conditions, acute disorders, or solutions for a healthier lifestyle.