UVM Integrative Health is an interprofessional clinical, educational and research program focused on changing the paradigm to ensure whole-person health is accessible to all.
The UVM Integrative Pracitioner Network is a tool for patients and providers to find the appropriate Integrative practitioner by type of service, location, and/or condition speciality. The network is a collaboration of leaders from the University of Vermont College of Nursing and Health Sciences, the Larner College of Medicine and The University of Vermont Medical Center.
Free Programs & Events
UVM Integrative Health sponsors the Laura Mann Integrative Healthcare Lecture Series to bring leaders in integrative health care together to share best practices, current research and innovations in the field. Visiting professors meet with faculty, staff, students, administrators and leadership from the university and hospital.
The Integrative Practitioner Forum provides an ongoing structure for local health care providers, faculty and students to learn from and network with each other, and for practitioners to present their findings and successes.
Open Source Wellness at UVM is a group lifestyle coaching program for employees of UVM and UVM Medical Center. Participants work together, under the guidance of an integrative health coach, to create sustained changes in their physical, psychological and social wellbeing. For more information, contact email@example.com.