Articles by Michael H. Cohen

Below is a chronological list of articles and book chapters, with links and downloads where publicly available. A list of articles by topic area is available at the Institute for Integrative and Energy Medicine.

2005

• Cohen M, Kemper K. Complementary therapies in pediatrics: A Legal Perspective. Pediatrics Mar 2005; 115: 774 - 780.

• Cohen MH, Hrbek A, Davis R, Schachter SC, Eisenberg DM. Emerging credentialing practices, malpractice liability policies, and guidelines governing complementary and alternative medical practices and dietary supplements recommendations: a descriptive study of 19 integrative health care centers in the U.S. Archives of Internal Medicine. 2005:165:289-295.

• Cohen MH. Regulating 'healing:' notes on the ecology of awareness and the awareness of ecology. St John's L Rev 2005;78:4:1167-1192.

• Cohen MH, Sandler L, Hrbek A, Davis RB, Eisenberg DM. Policies Pertaining to Complementary and Alternative Medical Therapies in a Random Sample of 39 Academic Health Centers. Alt Ther Health Med. 2005:11:1:36-40.

• Cohen MH. Dr. John Mack: A tribute. Shift 2005:6:34-35.

• Cohen MH, Schouten R. Legal perspectives on integrative medicine in cardiology. Sem Integrative Med 2005;2:4 (in press).

2004

• Cohen MH. Legal and ethical issues in complementary medicine: a U.S. perspective. Med J Australia 2004;181:3:168-169.

• Cohen MH. Healing at the borderland of medicine and religion: regulating potential abuse of authority by spiritual healers. 18:2 J Law & Relig 2004;373-426.

• Cohen MH. Negotiating integrative medicine: a framework for provider-patient conversations. Negotiation Journal 2004;30:3;409-433.

• Cohen MH, Ruggie M. Integrating complementary and alternative medical therapies in conventional medical settings: legal quandaries and potential policy models. Cinn L Rev 2004; 72:2:671-729.

• Cohen MH, Ruggie M. Overcoming legal and social obstacles to integrative medicine. Med L Intl 2004:6:339-393.

• Cohen MH, Schacter SC. Facilitating IRB consideration of protocols involving complementary and alternative medical therapies. Clin Researcher 2004;4:3:2-6.

• Cohen MH, Rosenthal D. Legal issues in integrative oncology. In: Integrative Oncology [Mumbler M, ed.; forthcoming, 2004].

• Cohen MH, Schouten R. Legal issues affecting integration of complementary therapies into mental health care. In: [American Psychiatric Association, APA Press, forthcoming;2004].

• Dumoff A, Cohen MH. Advising from a distance: the legality of web-based clinical consultations--Part I. Alt. & Comp. Therapies. Aug. 2004;231-34.

• Cohen MH, Dumoff A. Advising from a distance: the legality of web-based clinical consultations--Part II. Alt. & Comp. Therapies. Oct. 2004;289-293.

• Cohen MH. Should yoga studios ask students to sign a liability waiver? Yoga Journal: The Voice of Yoga Online (Nov. 3, 2004).

• Cohen MH. Speaking Mindfully: The legal implications of health advice, part 1. Yoga Journal, Dec. 5, 2004.

• Cohen MH. Speaking Mindfully: The legal implications of health advice, part 2. Yoga Journal, Jan. 6, 2004

• Ernst EE, Cohen MH, Stone J. Ethical problems arising in evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine. J Med Ethics 2004;30: 156-159.

• Kemper KJ, Cohen MH. Ethics in complementary medicine: new light on old principles. Contemporary Pediatrics 2004;21:3:61-72.

• Schouten, R & Cohen MH. Legal issues in integration of complementary therapies into cardiology. In: Frishman WH, Weintraub MI, Micozzi MS, editors. Complementary and Integrative Therapies for Cardiovascular Disease (Elsevier, 2004); pp.29-55.

• Cohen MH. Forward. In: Acupuncture and state oriental medicine laws [National Acupuncture Foundation; 2005].

• Cohen MH. Malpractice issues relating to integrative care relating to the practice of acupuncture and traditional oriental medicine. In: Acupuncture and state oriental medicine laws [National Acupuncture Foundation, in press; 2005].

• Cohen MH, Rosenthal D. Legal issues in integrative oncology. In: Integrative Oncology: Principles and Practice. Taylor and Francis Publishing [in press;2005].

2003

• Cohen, MH. Complementary and integrative medical therapies, the FDA, and the NIH: definitions and regulation. Derm Ther 2003;16:77-84.

• Cohen MH. Regulation, religious experience, and epilepsy: a lens on complementary therapies. Epilepsy Behav 2003;4:6:602-606.

• Cohen MH. Credentialing in integrative medicine. Int Med;2003;2:3:64-65.

• Cohen MH. Of rogues and regulation: a review of Accommodating pluralism: the role of complementary & alternative medicine. Vt L Rev 2003;27:3:801-815.

2002

• Adams KE, Cohen MH, Jonsen AR, Eisenberg DM. Ethical considerations of complementary and alternative medical therapies in conventional medical settings. Ann Intern Med; 2002;137:660-664.

• Cohen MH, Eisenberg DM. Potential physician malpractice liability associated with complementary/integrative medical therapies. Ann Intern Med; 2002;136:596-603.

• Eisenberg DM, Cohen MH, Hrbek A, Grayzel J, van Rompay MI, Cooper, RA. Credentialing complementary and alternative medical providers. Ann Intern Med; 2002;137:965-973.

• Cohen MH. Legal issues in complementary and integrative medicine: a guide for the clinician. In: Perlman M, editor. The medical clinics of north america. Philadelphia: W.B.Saunders; 2002. p. 185-196.

• Ernst, EE, Cohen MH. Spiritual informed consent for CAM. Arch Int Med, 2002;162:8;943 (reply to letters).

• Cohen MH. CAM regulation in the United States. Comp Ther in Med 2002:10:1:3-7.

2001

• Ernst EE, Cohen MH. Informed consent in complementary and alternative medicine. Arch Intern Med 2001;161:19:2288-2292.

• Cohen, MH. Legal and ethical issues in complementary and alternative medicine. In: The desktop guide to complementary and alternative medicine: an evidence-based approach (Ernst, EE, et al, editors). New York: Mosby, Inc.; 2001. p. 404-411.

• Cohen MH. Oz MC, Medical malpractice implications of complementary and alternative medicine. In: Robb B, editor. Medical malpractice update. Boulder: Aspen Press; 2001. p. 47-51.

• Cohen MH. State law regulation of the practice of medicine: implications for the practice of complementary and alternative medicine. In: Faas N, editor. Integrating complementary medicine in health systems: benefits of complementary medicine. Boulder: Aspen Press; 2001. p. 218-225.

• Cohen MH. Malpractice in complementary and alternative medicine: practical implications for risk managers. In: Faas N, editor. Integrating complementary medicine in health systems: benefits of complementary medicine. Boulder: Aspen Press; 2001. p. 225-234.

• Cohen, MH. The role of informed consent in the delivery of complementary and alternative medical therapies. In: Faas N, editor. Integrating complementary medicine in health systems: benefits of complementary medicine. Boulder: Aspen Press; 2001. p.235-241.

• Cohen, MH. Forward. In: Campbell LK, Ladenheim CJ, Sherman RP, Sportelli, L. Professional chiropractic practice: ethics, business, jurisprudence & risk management. Fincastle, Virginia: Health Services Publication; 2001. p. 5-8.

• Cohen MH. The Tao of credentialing. Comp. Health Prac. Rev. 2001:6:2:173.

2000

• Cohen MH. U.S. dietary supplement regulation: belief systems and legal rules. Hastings W Law J 2000:11:1:3-21.

• Cohen MH. Advising health care institutions integrating complementary & alternative medical providers. Orange County Lawyer. July 2000:16-18.

• Cohen MH. The risk of malpractice liability in credentialing complementary & alternative medical providers. Orange County Lawyer. April 2000:16-18.

• Cohen MH. The emerging field of law and complementary and alternative medicine. Orange County Lawyer. Feb. 2000:30-32.

• Cohen MH. Editorial, National teaching standards in yoga. Yoga J. July 2000.

• Cohen MH. Complementary medicine: legal status of the nonlicensed provider in the United States. Comp Ther in Nurs & Midwif 1997;4:3:99-102.

1999

• Cohen MH. Malpractice considerations affecting the clinical integration of complementary and alternative medicine. Curr Prac of Med 1999;2:4:87-89.

• Cohen MH. Ethics in integrative care: the healer's boundaries. Alt & Comp Therap 1999;5:4;241-243.

• Cohen MH. Do clones have souls and other medicolegal mysteries. 1999;5:3 Alt. & Comp Therap1999;5:3:177- 180.

• Cohen MH. Yoga, medicine, and the law, Alt Healthcare Mgt 1999;2:3:16-18.

• Cohen MH. Medicine in "Flatland:" a tale of two dimensions. Alt & Comp Therap 1999;5:2:110-112.

• Cohen MH. Changing U.S. dietary supplements regulation: belief, values, policies. Alt Healthcare Mgt 1999;2:216-218.

• Cohen MH. An indigenous Mexican healer: a personal encounter. Alt Healthcare Mgt 1999;2:2:24-26.

• Cohen MH. Referral to complementary and alternative medicine providers: a physician's liability. Integrative Med Consult 1999:44.

• Cohen MH. Complementary and alternative medicine policy: the future of regulation. Alt & Comp Therap 1999;5:9:50-52.

• Cohen MH. Sex, scandal and spirituality. Alt & Comp Therap 1999;6:6:435-437.

• Cohen MH. What is the matrix? A radical look at medico-legal reform. Alt. & Comp Therap. 1999.

• Cohen MH. Examining the legal status of energy healing, Part 1. Alt Healthcare Mgt 1999;1:2:14-17.

• Cohen MH. Examining the legal status of energy healing, Part 2. Alt Healthcare Mgt 1999;2:1:1-3.

• Cohen MH. Integrating complementary and alternative therapies: strategic advice for health care institutions. Alt Healthcare Mgt 1999;10:1:1-3.

• Cohen MH. Third-party reimbursement for complementary practice. In: Clark CC, editor. Encyclopedia of complementary health practices. New York: Springer Publishing Co.;1999. p. 47-49.

• Cohen MH. Legal rules affecting complementary and alternative medicine: malpractice and vicarious liability. In: Clark CC, editor. Encyclopedia of complementary health practices. New York: Springer Publishing Co.;1999. p. 85-87.

• Cohen MH. Federal regulation of complementary practice through health and insurance fraud legislation. In: Clark CC, editor. Encyclopedia of complementary health practices. New York: Springer Publishing Co.;1999. p. 87-88.

• Cohen MH. The federal role in regulating access to complementary and alternative medicine. In: Clark CC, editor. Encyclopedia of complementary health practices. New York: Springer Publishing Co.; 1999. p. 89-91.

• Cohen MH. Legal and regulatory structures governing holistic health care in the new millenium. The Long Term View 1999:4:4:17-24.

1996

• Cohen MH. Holistic health care: including complementary and alternative medicine in insurance and regulatory schemes. Ariz L Rev 1996;38:83-164.

• Cohen MH. Malpractice and vicarious liability for providers of complementary and alternative medicine. Bender's Health Care Monthly (July) 1996;3-12.

• Cohen MH. Scope of practice limitations on unconventional providers: the case of chiropractic. Alt & Comp Therap 1996;2:2:110-112.

1995

• Cohen MH. A fixed star in health care reform: the emerging paradigm of holistic healing. Ariz State L J 1995;27:79-173.

• Cohen MH. Toward a bioethics of compassion. Ind L Rev 1995;28:667-668.

• Cohen MH. Expanding legal paradigms to incorporate subtle energies. Sub Energ 1995:6;1;99-104.

• Cohen MH. Guaranteeing freedom of access to healing: the Access to Medical Treatment Act of 1995. Alt & Comp Therap 1995;1:6:408-410.

• Cohen MH. Legal ramifications of homeopathy. J Alt & Comp Med 1995;1:4:10-12.

Before 1990

• Cohen MH. Reconstructing the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing as a tort. Calif L Rev 1985;73:1291-1331.

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