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The Florence G. Strauss-Leonard A. Wisneski Indigenous and Integrative Medicine Collection consists of thousands of books, and other materials, related to complementary health practices and indigenous therapies from around the world. Often very distinct from and sometimes at odds with conventional Western approaches to medicine, the resources in this special collection provide an opportunity to learn about different healing traditions, philosophies and attitudes toward health and disease.
The Florence G. Strauss-Leonard A. Wisneski Collection is supported by a generous endowment from Henry L. and Joan T. Strauss and was originally created in memory of Florence G. Strauss. An integral part of activities supporting this special collection is the Strauss Committee, comprised of health practitioners, researchers, educators, and librarians from the Anschutz Medical Campus, the Auraria campus, and the community. Additional funding is provided by the Health Sciences Library and monetary and materials donations by the Strauss Committee members and other donors. More information about the collection is available in the Strauss-Wisneski Collection Development Policy.
Access the Strauss-Wisneski Collection
Enter a subject word or phrase (e.g. "auricular acupuncture")
Limit the Location to the Indigenous - 3rd Floor
For research articles, try searching:
- AMED (Allied and Complementary Medicine Database) Limited to 2 Concurrent Users-if you are unable to access please try again later.
- Alternative Medicine eBooks
- Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database
The Strauss Committee and the Strauss-Wisneski Lectures
An integral part of the special collection is the Strauss Committee composed of health practitioners, researchers, educators, and librarians from the UCD-AMC campus, the Auraria campus, and the community. Members advise the library on collection development and on the Strauss-Wisneski Lectures.
If you are interested in joining the committee or you know someone who would be appropriate, please use this nomination form to submit information.
The Strauss-Wisneski Lectures is a series of presentations on indigenous and integrative medicine held in the library and open to the public. See a list of past lectures for a sampling of the type of presentations sponsored by the Lecture series. To be informed of upcoming lectures you can be notified via email by sending a message to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in presenting a lecture or you know someone who is, please contact Tanya Tamim (email@example.com, 303-724-2138).
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The Strauss Health Sciences Library is located on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora Colorado. Click here for specific information on the location of the Strauss Health Sciences Library. Click here for information on parking.
Strauss Committee Members Only:
Strauss Committee documents, access limited to committee members only - https://www.dropbox.com/home/Strauss%20Committee