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Center for Integrative Health and Wellness

Education for Faculty Members

The University of Cincinnati and its faculty provide training to colleagues and other health care professionals to improve the quality of life for the local and global community as they discover, teach, and apply knowledge in the health sciences.

Current opportunities for faculty to learn more about integrative health include the Dr. Khushman V. Sanghvi Memorial Lectureship on the Mind-Body Interface in Health and Healing, various grand rounds presentations, mindfulness practice and more.

Faculty Facilitator Training in Mind-Body Skills 

UC faculty serve as mentors and course facilitators for the UC Student Mind-Body Courses. The UC Center for Integrative Health and Wellness offers a mind-body skills facilitator training retreat for faculty interested in co-leading interdisciplinary student groups in their home colleges.

Learn more about faculty mind-body skills training or apply to join an upcoming retreat >>

NCIPH Primary Care Course

The University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine (AzCIM) and the Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine & Health (The Consortium) in cooperation with the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) created the National Center for Integrative Primary Healthcare (NCIPH). The purpose of the NCIPH is to advance the incorporation of competency and evidence based integrative health (IH) curricula and best practices into primary care education and practice.

UC is currently participating as a pilot site for faculty and student/trainees to participate in a 45-hour introductory interprofessional integrative healthcare course, Foundations in Integrative Health.

NCIPH Participation at UC

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The UC Center for Integrative Health and Wellness e-newsletter summarizes integrative health happenings at the UC College of Medicine and UC Health, as well as general information on complementary health practices, latest research, and related educational/community events