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No. Students of the Department of Humanities and Social Medicine, University of Lublin, Poland, 1. 14. Julia Budzyn 1, u01421 Ka 0141411, Agnieszka Kopytek 1, Julia Budzyu01441 1, u01421-1, Julia Budzyjg1 1, Julia Budzy, 1, Agnieszka Kopystecka 1, Juu01421 1, Agnieszka Kozio o a 3 bna 2 1 & Social Medicine, Poland, 1 ta 1 ta 1 0u0141421a 1 o, 1 -U01421 1 m1 e 1 0361 1 u0141414141414141411 (1), Agnieszka Koo 1 u01421 1, Julia Budzyu0141421 (1), Agnieszka 1 zka 1 u01421u01421a 1 u01421a 1, Agnieszka 1 e 011 According to a WHO global report on traditional and complementary medicine, 87% of all WHO Member States legally recognize specific aspects of CAM, and 100 Member States have national policies on such activities. Methods and Methods: As the basic research method with the questionnaire's research technique, a questionnaire was used as the generic research strategy. The pandemic ended with a questionnaire that began with a metrics section, examining various aspects of practice and patients, as well as the role of CAM during the pandemic. Results: Ninety-five percent of physicians admit that alternative medicine is risky; 67. 2% believe that the phenomenon of alternative medicine should be tackled; nearly half of the physicians polled believe there is a fundamental difference between evidence-based medicine and alternative medicine. The most commonly quoted reasons for interest in CAM include the recognition that there is a need for a more targeted biomedical approach to individual patient needs.
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