BOTANICA 2014

A celebration of plant therapeutics and clinical Aromatherapy
September 5-7th 2014 Trinity College Dublin


3 days of conference to inform, inspire, update, exchange and celebrate with world experts in plant medicine and clinical aromatherapy !
An International Trade Show to network and meet companies, suppliers and producers!
Unique post-conference seminars with international speakers!

 
   
    Welcome
    Editorial board
    Subscriptions
 
 




 

Welcome


The International Journal of Clinical Aromatherapy was launched in response to the demands of practitioners working with essential oils in healthcare and related professions.

These therapists often use a range of application methods, styles and doses that may differ from the more traditional styles such as aromatherapy massage.
Healthcare professionals also require a source of evidence based information in order to successfully integrate clinical aromatherapy within orthodox practice.

The IJCA meets the needs of therapists by presenting solid practitioner-orientated and evidence-based information in a professional format.
Unlike any other aromatherapy journal currently available, each issue has a specific theme, with the majority of articles therein contributing valuable information concerning the chosen topic. Two issues are published per year.

All articles are peer reviewed and referenced where possible.
Members of the editorial board are all highly experienced in the essential oil field.


NEWS

The IJCA is currently undergoing transition to become an e-journal. This gives you multiple advantages as a subscriber.
From 2013 onwards all current and future issues will be online only with the option of downloading individual articles and/or the complete volume/s.
All back issues remain available in hard copy and can be ordered online here

Botanica 2012 conference proceedings


Botanica2012 conference proceedings are now available!

These comprise the full text presentations of 20 international speakers who presented at the inaugural conference, botanica2012.
Totalling over 125 pages, these proceedings are essential reading for those who were unable to attend the event itself.

Order your copy online here


Special Spring offer!

Order the botanica2012 proceedings before April 15th and receive the special conference edition of the IJCA for free (worth 35 euros)!

Meet the editor

Rhiannon Lewis (formerly Rhiannon Harris) is the editor in chief of the IJCA and director of Essential Oil Resource Consultants.
She has been with the journal since its inception in 2004.

She is an experienced aromatherapist, author and gifted educator. Through publication of evidence-based articles and research studies, she inspires practitioners to use essential oils and related products across a range of healthcare settings.
Rhiannon is

  • dedicated to her work as editor and educator.

  • motivated by the potential of essential oils to significantly improve health and quality of life.

  • driven by the desire to make evidence-based information available to therapists wishing to effectively integrate essential oil use alongside regular medical care.
  • passionate about promoting the field of clinical aromatherapy.

Rhiannon is supported by an experienced editorial board who assist with peer review and sourcing of journal content.


 

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UPCOMMING THEME FOR 2013

Volume 9. (1) Diversity. Clinical Aromatherapy in a range of clinical environments