Integrative Medicine Fellowship

Curriculum Overview

The fellowship consists of 12 months of training and hands-on experience working in an integrative family medicine clinic. Learning experiences are grouped into the following curricular domains:

Integrative Medicine fellows work one-on-one with leaders in Integrative Holistic Medicine, Nutrition, Anthroposophic Medicine, and Naturopathy. They gain clinical experience in the University of Michigan Integrative Family Medicine Clinic that models best practices in integrative primary care providing primary care Integrative Medicine: as well as IM consultations. Fellows also:

Graduates of the University of Michigan Integrative Medicine Fellowship model best practices in integrative healthcare by embracing healing-oriented and evidence-based medicine that takes into account the whole person (body, mind, emotions, and spirit), including all aspects of lifestyle. This philosophy emphasizes therapeutic relationships and recognizes use of all appropriate therapies, both conventional and alternative.