MSHS + Standardized Patient Assessment & Mentorship
The Fellowship in Integrative Medicine (INTM) Program requires participants to successfully complete the Master of Science in Health Sciences (MSHS) in INTM. The Program expands upon the MSHS in INTM curriculum by adding additional hands-on experiences to meet core competencies defined by the Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine & Health (The Consortium). Fellows will demonstrate advanced skill and understanding through a standardized patient assessment. Further, fellows will partner with a clinical faculty member to observe, evaluate and inform patient care.
The Fellowship Program is presented through a cross-disciplinary, longitudinal curriculum designed to graduate highly trained practitioners and content area experts. The program encourages exploration of various aspects of INTM through online, in-person, scholarly, and practical experiences.
The Fellowship’s graduate level curriculum produces competent, skilled health professionals and confers a broad set of proficiencies in clinical, research, business, and leadership disciplines. As a result, fellowship graduates will be eligible to sit for the American Board of Integrative Medicine® (ABOIM®) board certification in INTM. To explore a complete list of ABOIM® board eligibility requirements, please refer to the ABOIM® website.
The fellowship program ensures graduates will operate successful clinical practices, while building their professional skill set in research methods, business practices, relevant health policy and social aspects of health.
The online Master of Science in Health Sciences (MSHS) in INTM Program represents the most progressive, scientifically rigorous, and forward thinking educational platform for personalized and lifestyle medicines. The MSHS in INTM requires the successful completion of 30 credit hours of coursework.
Students generate patient care plans, conduct case analyses, and evaluate practice standards to demonstrate competence in INTM practice. Biostatistics, epidemiology, and clinical research courses provide an opportunity for students to collaborate with professionals from various disciplines, explore translational research in human health and allow participation in practice-based research networks.