The Integrative Medicine and Healthcare Scholars Program; A Year-Long Immersion Program

May 18, 2015  //  FOUND IN: Strategy & Leadership

The U-M Faculty Scholars Program in Integrative Healthcare (FSP) is now accepting applications from the university community for its 14th cohort. The FSP is a unique, small group, inter-professional faculy development program that encourages faculty and teaching staff from different professional schools and disciplines to explore the field of integrative medicine and healthcare. Participation involves 11 full days (typically the 2nd or 3rd Friday each month) scheduled throughout the academic year, beginning in September 2015. Between meetings, scholars are expected to complete assigned readings and to work on designing an individual curriculum, research or clinical service project of their own passion and interest related to integrative health.

Faculty scholars receive mentoring on these projects by Integrative Medicine program faculty. This program is limited to 12 participants. Evaluations over the years continue to be outstanding. This program has been previously approved for 77.5 AMA PRA category 1 credits.  The complete program cost is $2,150.00  Extensive materials and two delicious, healthy meals are included in the fee.

Please visit to access information and applications. Please contact Dr. Rita Benn for any questions.