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.
Congratulations IHeLp 2015 Summer!
IHeLp 2015 Summer is our third class of interprofessional graduates. They've spent the last 6 months learning crucial integrative and lifestyle approaches that make them invaluable members of integrative health care teams! To find health care professionals in your area, use our Integrative Health Care Professional Search tool. Please visit IHeLp Education for info on the program!
Integrative Health Coaching
Our inaugural Integrative Health Coaching class was recently in Tucson for their final on-site training event. We are still accepting applications for the next class beginning August 24th. Learn more about the certification program now.
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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Experts, including AzCIM medical director, Dr. Randy Horwitz, discuss ways to avoid colds and flu this winter.
Dr. Esther Sternberg, AzCIM research director, and her team are part of a national public-private partnership funded by the DoD to develop flexible electronics.
Ann Marie Chiasson, MD, joins AzCIM full time as assistant director of the Fellowship in Integrative Medicine.
We've just helped launch a national center to get integrative medicine into primary health care education and practice! Please check out the site and add yourself to the mailing list.
Dr Maizes says the trend toward relying on PPIs to treat heartburn and reflux causes detrimental health problems in the long term. Best to assess lifestyle and work with your doctor.
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