Holistic Health and Healing Summer Institute
June 15-19, 2020
- Analyze the impact that culture, history, and politics have on conventional and integrative health practices, including factors such as research funding, publication bias, attitudes of conventional practitioners, and the history of new ideas in medicine.
Describe the theoretical constructs, practices, safety, efficacy, and evidence base of selected integrative modalities.
Experience several types of integrative practices and interact with professionals in those areas.
Discuss research methodologies to address the safety and efficacy of integrative therapies.
Discuss clinical practice application of appropriate use of integrative therapies in a variety of clinical settings and processes.
Recognize and develop an appreciation for different ways of knowing and healing.
An advance reservation is required for this special section of CSPH 5101 Introduction to Integrative Healing Practice (3 credits). Students are required to complete additional online coursework after the in person sessions. Contact Erin Fider at firstname.lastname@example.org or (612) 624-5166 for more information on reserving a space in the class.
"I appreciated hearing about all the areas in healthcare that we can make a difference in. It really brings to light how important it is to care for yourself and support your patients." - Past Participant