The International Society for Orthomolecular Medicine is providing medical students and residents with an opportunity to participate in the upcoming 46th Annual International Orthomolecular Medicine Today Conference in Toronto, April 28-30. The Conference will feature leading physicians and researchers presenting sessions on current advances in orthomolecular cardiology, psychiatry, endocrinology and general medicine. Students and residents currently […]
The overall goals of the LEAPS into IM program is to enhance medical student education in evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), prepare participants to become student leaders for IM/CAM education at their schools, and support students' personal and professional development.
The McGill Symposium on Complementary Health took place on Friday June 3, 2016 in Montreal, Quebec. The objectives were to explore the elements of complementary medicine as they pertain to education and research at McGill and to invite speakers from across North America to share their wisdom with the McGill faculty on these areas. Invited […]
The Center for Education and Development of Homeopathy (CEDH) begins its first Vancouver course on Nov 21, 2015. Especially oriented towards MDs, this course provides an excellent training in clinical homeopathy, and emphasizes the practical day-to-day integration of this useful modality with conventional Western medicine. The Toronto CEDH course has already started its second annual […]
The Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Undergraduate Medical Education (CAM in UME) project is a Canadian medical education initiative with its principle objective being the facilitation of educating undergraduate medical students about issues pertaining to complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). Its development was based on the rationale that physicians should be prepared to practice medicine […]
Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine Founded in 1997 by Dr. Andrew Weil, the Fellowship in Integrative Medicine was the first and most comprehensive academic curriculum for the training of doctors. The fellowship started as a 2-year residential program from the Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona, Tucson. Four residential MDs trained with […]
Formerly called the Consortium for Academic Health Centers for Integrative Medicine, the Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine and Health (ACIMH) was formed in 1999 by eight academic centers in the United States with the purpose of advancing integrative medicine and health through academic institutions and health centers. These initial schools included Harvard University, Duke University, […]