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Amie Steel

Amie Steel
Amie Steel
ARC Project Manager
University of Technology
Sydney, Australia
University of Technology


Amie Steel is a based at the Faculty of Health, University of Technology Sydney where she is also a researcher on an ARC funded Discovery Project examining complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) use amongst pregnant women. Amie is a member of the Network of Researchers in the Public Health of Complementary and Alternative Medicine and co-founder of Embrace Holistic Services ( Amie is a Board Member of the ‘Evidence, Research and Policy in Complementary Medicine’ Special Interest Group at the Public Health Association of Australia. She is also in clinical practice as a naturopath at Herbs on the Hill ( in Brisbane, Australia. Amie’s current research focus includes a diverse area of complementary medicine including pregnancy and women’s health, curriculum content of conventional and complementary medicine courses, integration and regulation of complementary medicine within the wider health system, and the interface between evidence-based medicine and complementary medicine practice.

Research Interest

Amie Steel research interest includes integration and regulation of complementary medicine within the wider health system.