New Opportunity: Dr. John Fischer Scholarship
The Dr. John Fischer Scholarship Fund offers scholarships up to $20,000 for Fellowship eligible healthcare practitioners who work and reside in North Dakota. This unique opportunity invites physicians in North Dakota with a strong desire to educate patients and their community in evidence-based integrative medicine approaches to health care. Scholarship applicants must be accepted to the Fellowship in Integrative Medicine prior to applying for a scholarship. Upon acceptance, applicants can submit their scholarship application. Once awarded a scholarship, spring or fall class placement for recipient will be dependent on timing of payment of holding and deposit fees and class availability. Applications for this scholarship will be accepted until June 6, 2015.
Applications for scholarships for 2018 Spring and Fall is now closed.
Details regarding scholarship opportunities are listed below. Other scholarships are posted here as they become available; please inquire or check back periodically. For more information on scholarship opportunities, please contact Moira Andre at AzCIM Admissions.
Applications for scholarships for 2018 Spring and Fall is now closed
UPDATE: Beginning July 10, 2014, the Fellowship in Integrative Medicine will now accept scholarship applications once a year for both the Spring and Fall classes. Each class will have 3 spaces allotted for specified scholarships (the Underserved, the Advanced Practice Registered Nurses and Physician Assistants, and Integrative Rheumatology). Once awarded a scholarship, spring or fall class placement for recipient will be dependent on timing of payment of holding fee and deposit.
Deadline to submit your scholarship application is August 14, 2015
|Scholarship||Who is Eligible||Scholarship Amount||Deadline to apply|
|AzCIM Scholarships||Physicians, NPs, PAs and CNMs||Up to $15,000||August 14, 2015|
|Integrative Rheumatology||Qualified, Practicing Rheumatologists||Full two-year, $30,000 tuition||August 14, 2015|
For more information on scholarship opportunities, contact the Scholarship Committee.
AzCIM Scholarships in Integrative Medicine -- 2018 Spring and Fall Classes
The Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine is offering two different scholarships for up to $15,000 for the Fellowship in Integrative Medicine available to health care practitioners.We are accepting scholarship materials for these two scholarships for Fellows that are beginning their studies in 2016.
One scholarship is available to physicians, nurse practitioners, certified nurse midwives and physician assistants who practice in federally designated underserved urban and rural areas within the United States.
Scholarships for NPs, PAs, and CNMs
Another scholarship has been created for nurse practitioners, certified nurse midwives and physician assistants based on financial need.
Scholarships for Rheumatologists
Two full-tuition scholarships are available for qualified, practicing rheumatologists for the classes of 2018 Spring and 2018 Fall. These scholarships are to support both new and established academic rheumatologists, who wish to incorporate integrative medicine therapeutic approaches into their practice and teaching.
You may apply for only one scholarship.
Stamford Hospital's Center for Integrative Medicine and Wellness -- 2018 Fall Class
Stamford Hospital (affiliate of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons) is excited to announce a two-year Integrative Medicine Fellowship at the Center for Integrative Medicine and Wellness. This program offers a unique clinical experience in evidence-based complementary therapies in pain management, nutrition/supplement consultation, stress management with guided imagery and mindfulness meditation, and preventive cardiology.
Fellows will be funded to complete the 1000-hour University of Arizona distance learning and residential Fellowship in Integrative Medicine curriculum as well as a 300-hour acupuncture program for physicians.
Interested candidates must be primary care physicians and are expected to be already board certified in a primary care specialty or to achieve board certification during their first year of fellowship.