Integrative Medicine Track
The Integrative Medicine Track provides interested 2nd and 3rd year residents with the opportunity to participate in the University of Arizona Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine in Residency (IMR) program. Residents will learn integrative approaches to common conditions - learning the allopathic approach blended seamlessly with the evidence-based recommendations for supplements, dietary, mind-body, manual medicine, botanicals and more.
Integrative Medicine in Residency (IMR) Program
IMR is a 200-hour competency-based, interactive, online curriculum in Integrative Medicine designed for incorporation into primary care residency education. Residents will be given elective time and track time throughout the years to complete modules and to participate in experiential activities.
The IMR curriculum is revised annually to provide up-to-date evidence-based integrative medicine content. IMR strengthens the residency curriculum and includes:
- Nutrition, Vitamins, Minerals, Botanicals, and the Anti-Inflammatory Diet
- Interprofessional Wellbeing
- Integrative Approaches to Pain Management
- Mind-Body techniques and tools
- Emphasizes lifestyle and wellness interventions that are a core tenant of integrative medicine