Maluk Timor

Building capacity and partnership in health. Helping Timor-Leste beat its largest health problems.

Maluk Timor works shoulder to shoulder with Timorese clinicians to save lives and strengthen local health services. The Maluk Timor team recognised that front-line medical care was no longer the best way we could help Timor develop a top quality health care system.

Spinal CSF Leak Foundation

The Spinal CSF Leak Foundation is an international foundation established in June 2014 by individuals affected with spinal CSF leaks. The foundation promotes and is an online forum for education and support.

The foundation actively engages with Australia and New Zealand interventional neuro-radiologists and neurosurgeons. The foundation provides research grants and sponsorship of annual symposiums to facilitate learnings in this poorly understood disorder.

BioBalance Health

Bio-Balance Health’s primary aim is to make available in Australia information on the use of a comprehensive biochemical assessment and advanced complementary nutritional treatment of a range of health issues.

Bio-Balance Health supports on a not for profit basis the training of Doctors in Australia on integrative medicine.

MINDD FOUNDATION

As a non-profit Health Promotion Trust set up and run by a team of patients, medical doctors and health care professionals,the MINDD Foundation is well placed to promote improved treatments for a range of health issues.

MINDD co-ordinate the MAPS training program in Australia. Medical Academy of Paediatric Special Needs (MAPS) connects families with doctors at the top of their field, specially trained to deal with the unique demands of paediatric special needs patients.

ACNEM

The Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM) is a non-profit medical college established in 1982, offering postgraduate training and education for doctors and other graduate healthcare professionals.

AIMA

The Australasian Integrative Medicine Association (AIMA) is the peak medical body representing the doctors and other health care professionals who practice integrative medicine.

AIMA is an independent not-for-profit organisation supported by its membership and governed by a volunteer board. Board members regularly write for leading medical publications such as AusDoc & Australian Family Physician as experts in the area of Integrative Medicine and are invited to present at leading medical and natural health conferences in Australia.