Erica McIntyre
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Plant-based medicines for anxiety disorders, part 2: a review of clinical studies with supporting preclinical evidence
J Sarris, E McIntyre, DA Camfield
CNS Drugs 27 (4), 301-19, 2013
Compulsive Internet use and relations between social connectedness, and introversion
E McIntyre, K Wiener, A Saliba
Computers in Human Behavior 28, 569–574, 2015
Complementary medicine use in the Australian population: Results of a nationally-representative cross-sectional survey
A Steel, E McIntyre, J Harnett, H Foley, J Adams, D Sibbritt, J Wardle, ...
Scientific Reports 8, Article number: 17325, 2018
Plant-Based Medicines for Anxiety Disorders, Part 1: A Review of Preclinical Studies
J Sarris, E McIntyre, DA Camfield
CNS Drugs 27 (3), 207-219, 2013
Risk factors associated with intestinal permeability in an adult population: A systematic review
B Leech, E McIntyre, A Steel, D Sibbritt
International journal of clinical practice 73 (10), e13385, 2019
Herbal medicine use behaviour in Australian adults who experience anxiety: a descriptive study
E McIntyre, AJ Saliba, KK Wiener, J Sarris
BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 16 (60), 2016
Herbal medicine use in adults who experience anxiety: A qualitative exploration
E McIntyre, AJ Saliba, CC Moran
International journal of qualitative studies on health and well-being 10 (1 …, 2015
Use of complementary medicine products: a nationally representative cross-sectional survey of 2019 Australian adults
JE Harnett, E McIntyre, A Steel, H Foley, D Sibbritt, J Adams
BMJ Open 9, e024198, 2019
Prevalence and predictors of herbal medicine use in adults experiencing anxiety: a critical review of the literature
E McIntyre, AJ Saliba, KKK Wiener, J Sarris
Advances in Integrative Medicine 2 (1), 38-48, 2015
The prevalence of self-reported diagnosed endometriosis in the Australian population: Results from a nationally-representative survey
R Reid, A Steel, J Wardle, E McIntyre, J Harnett, H Foley, J Adams
BMC Research Notes 12 (1), 2019
Independent registration for naturopaths and herbalists in Australia: the coming of age of an ancient profession in contemporary healthcare
J Wardle, A Steel, E McIntyre
Australian Journal of Herbal Medicine 25 (3), 1-7, 2013
Consultations with naturopaths and Western herbalists: prevalence of use and characteristics of users in Australia
E McIntyre, J Adams, H Foley, J Harnett, MJ Leach, R Reid, J Schloss, ...
The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine 25 (2), 181-188, 2019
The associations between medical, allied and complementary medicine practitioner visits and childhood vaccine uptake
JE Frawley, H Foley, E McIntyre
Vaccine 36 (6), 866-872, 2018
Predicting the intention to use herbal medicines for anxiety symptoms: a model of health behaviour
E McIntyre, A Saliba, K Wiener, F Bishop
Journal of Mental Health, 2017
Characteristics of the Australian complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) workforce
MJ Leach, E McIntyre, J Frawley
Australian Journal of Herbal Medicine 26 (2), 58-65, 2014
Women who experience feelings of aversion while breastfeeding: A meta-ethnographic review
MA Morns, AE Steel, E Burns, E McIntyre
Women and birth 34 (2), 128-135, 2021
Physical activity and depression symptoms in women with chronic illness and the mediating role of health-related quality of life
E McIntyre, R Lauche, J Frawley, D Sibbritt, P Reddy, J Adams
Journal of Affective Disorders 252, 294-299, 2019
Is there an association between the use of complementary medicine and vaccine uptake: results of a pilot study
JE Frawley, E McIntyre, J Wardle, D Jackson
BMC research notes 11 (1), 1-6, 2018
Development and preliminarily validation of the Complementary Medicine Disclosure Index
E McIntyre, H Foley, H Diezel, J Harnett, J Adams, D Sibritt, A Steel
Patient education and counseling 103 (6), 1237-1244, 2020
A geography of residents' worry about the disruptive effects of contaminated sites
JH Prior, A Gorman‐Murray, E McIntyre, I Connon, J Adams, B Madden
Geographical Research 57 (1), 52-66, 2019
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