Congratulations IHeLp 2014 Summer!The Integrative Health and Lifestyle program (IHeLp) has graduated its first class of 42 health professionals from a wide range of backgrounds and credentials. The 6-month certificate IHeLp program emphasizes a patient-centered approach, and provides participants with the skills they need to enhance their roles as crucial members of integrative health care teams worldwide. We are now accepting applications for the class of 2015 Summer. Apply now.
AzCIM Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary
As the University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine marks our 20th anniversary, please join us in reflecting on the building blocks that have brought us to this point, what they mean for our work today, and how they will carry all of us into the future!
11th Annual Nutrition & Health Conference
At the 11th Annual Nutrition & Health Conference, May 5 to May 7, 2014, Dr. Andrew Weil, and Chef Rebecca Katz will present "Translating the Science to the Plate: Exploring the Role of Taste and Flavor in Healthy Cuisine."
For information on the conference, or to register, visit the Nutrition & Health Conference website.
Integrative Health Center
Mindful of the impact of healing space, the patient rooms at the new Integrative Health Center (IHC) in Phoenix feature natural light and dramatic views. Pictured: Tracy L. Baginski, BS, CCN, IHC's nutritionist, Esther Sternberg, MD, Director of Research, Andrew Weil, MD, Founder and Director, and Victoria Maizes, MD, Executive Director. See photos
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AzCIM will expand its already leading role in bringing evidence-based integrative health care education to a wide range of primary care professionals.
AzCIM faculty Kenneth R. Pelletier, Phd, MD(hc), talks slow medicine. Good medicine should work to modify an entire system over time, not just address a particular symptom in the short term.
Keep your family safe by reducing contact with BPA, DEP, and other endocrine disruptors.
Avoid sunscreens with oxybenzone and retinol, take a multivitamin, and eat bitter foods to control appetite. Andrew Weil, MD, appeared on the Dr. Oz Show to discuss these and other hot topics in health.
AzCIM Fellowship alumna Pamela Ross, MD, shares some of how she arrived at an integrative practice and embraced patient-centered care.
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