This study evaluates the effects of complementary medicine (CAM) treatments on patient
reported outcomes in hospital settings, for hospitalized people. Various CAM modalities such
as acupuncture, reflexology, guided imagery and hypnosis are evaluated. The investigators
compare outcomes between two groups: Standard of care (treatments that are provided commonly
in hospital) versus standard of care AND CAM treatments. Outcomes assessed are both
quantitative i.e. scores on Visual Analogue Scale for various symptoms such as pain, nausea,
wellbeing, anxiety, and qualitative such as Measure Yourself Concerns And Wellbeing.