Each monthly session highlights complementary, alternative, and integrative approaches to particular health problems and issues. All sessions include didactic explanations of CAM, experiential practice and narrative reflective exercises and discussion.
- context of integrative health care
- mind-body medicine
- integrative approaches to nutrition, research and education
- alternative medical systems
- cardiovascular disease and Integrative Medicine
- chronic pain and integrative medicine
- cancer and integrative medicine
- integrative approaches to mental health and spiritual healing
- herbs and homeopathy
- integrative health care and systems change
The cost of the year-long program is $2500. Tuition includes all materials, breakfast and lunch for 11 sessions and a maximum of 69.0* AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.
Payment may be made by check, credit card or department RC transfer and is due on August 23, 2019. Once scholars are accepted and agree to participate in the program for the academic year, no refunds will be given.