Foundation For Integrated Health
"The Wales Foundation For Integrated Health is also known as The Prince’s Foundation for Integrated Health. This was considered a controversial charity that was run by the Prince of Wales and created in 1993. The Foundation began to promote alternative medicine and lobbied for the inclusion into the National Health Service. However in 2010 after many allegations of fraud and money laundering which lead to an arrest of a former official the charity was closed." wiki Its successor organisation is the College of Medicine.
- Ian Marks - founding chair
- Michael Fox - founding CEO
- Boo Armstrong - former CEO
- Michael Dixon (NHS) - former Medical Director
- Sarah Boseley, "Prince's charity lobbied government to water down homeopathy criticism", The Guardian, 13 February 2013.
- Brian Brady, "He's at it again: Prince Charles accused of lobbying Health Secretary over homeopathy", Independent, July 21, 2013.
Resources and articles
- David Peters - advisory group chair
- Simon Feilding - former trustee
- Blackthorn Medical Centre - joint winner of the 2001 Prince of Wales's Foundation for Integrated Medicine Integrated Healthcare Award
- Midge Whitelegg
- After shutting down the College for Integrated Health was launched
- Sato Liu
- Kim Jobst
- Rosy Daniel
- Foundation For Integrated Health Home, organizational web page, accessed February 24, 2012.