Congratulations IHeLp 2016 Spring!
Our fourth class of interprofessional graduates spent the last 6 months learning crucial integrative and lifestyle approaches that make them invaluable members of integrative health care teams. Want to know more? Check out the Integrative Health & Lifestyle program (IHeLp) here.
Coaching Program among Nation's Elite
Integrative Health Coaching was recently recognized among only a dozen programs nationwide with program approval from the National Consortium for Credentialing Health and Wellness Coaches. Read the story, and then find out more. The next class begins in September, 2016.
First IH Coaching Certificate
The inaugural Integrative Health Coaching class has us proud and inspired. The first certification has been awarded to Maureen Kirchoff, LCSW (pictured here with Program Director, Rocky Crocker, MD). A social worker with more than 37 years of clinical experience, Maureen provides integrative mental health services to the underserved at a wellness center in Northwest, Washington, and is also a graduate from our IHeLp 2014 Summer class. Congratulations to Maureen for all her hard work and commitment to Integrative Health and the promising new role of Health Coach.
Advancing Medical Education
Integrative Medicine in Residency and Pediatric Integrative Medicine in Residency site leaders from across the country gather in Tucson for an annual meeting featuring interactive events like medical improvisation, herbal preparation, and (seen here) a cooking demo with Dr. Weil.
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Ann Marie Chiasson, MD, assistant director of the Fellowship, on dying naturally.
Tips (and recipes!) from Dr. Weil on foods to promote good health.
A poetic piece about Tucson including Dr. Weil's take on his desert home.
A new study by several AzCIM faculty shows online curriculum an effective delivery method.
AzCIM medical director Randy Horwitz, MD, PhD, suggests an herbal remedy with better results than either zinc or vitamin C.
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