Most research on CAM use lacks a theoretical framework and is largely based on bivariate statistics.
The aim of this review was to identify a conceptual model which could be used to explain the decision-making process in parental choice of CAM.
Even though it is commonly accepted that child sexual exploitation (CSE) offenders do not form typical organised crime groups, they still organize themselves in an analogous hierarchy on such platforms.
Some high-risk sexual behaviors include: While not everyone who engages in risky sex has issues with compulsive sexual behavior, many people with compulsive sexual behavior have high-risk sex.
Papers were critically appraised and findings summarised.
Twenty two studies using a theoretical model to predict CAM use were included in the final review; only one examined child use. The most commonly used and successful model was Andersen's Sociobehavioural Model (SBM).
Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) is widely used throughout the UK and the Western world.
CAM is commonly used for children and the decision-making process to use CAM is affected by numerous factors.