- Are you a healthcare professional who would like to broaden your understanding of Integrative Medicine and acquire a professional qualification in this growing area of healthcare?
- Would you like to be part of an exciting new movement for change towards a more compassionate health service which informs and empowers people rather than intervenes?
- Would you like to see a much broader range of lifestyle and holistic approaches such as nutrition, mindfulness, complementary therapies and connecting people to green spaces become part of mainstream healthcare?
- Would you like to become a Fellow of the College of Medicine and be part of a community of like minded clinicians who share a vision of whole person healthcare in the future?
The only accredited Integrative Medicine Diploma currently available in the UK
This new Diploma in Integrative Medicine (IM) will provide you with an accredited qualification as an Integrative Medicine practitioner. The Diploma is certified by Crossfields Institute and supported by the College of Medicine and is the only one currently available in the UK. IM is a holistic, evidence-based approach which makes intelligent use of all available therapeutic choices to achieve optimal health and resilience for our patients. The model embraces conventional approaches as well as other modalities centred on lifestyle and mind-body techniques like mindfulness and nutrition.
What’s in the course?
This pioneering two-year Diploma offers knowledge and skills in holistic consulting, holistic and lifestyle approaches. It includes an understanding of interventions delivered via a social prescribing model and will enable you to more effectively support patients in the prevention and management of long-term and chronic conditions. With online and face-to-face learning and an emphasis on critical analysis, this course will help to re-invigorate and nurture your professional life. The Diploma also gives you an opportunity to be part of a like-minded community to support you in your personal and professional development.
There are a limited number of bursaries available to support your learning.
For more information about the course or any available bursaries, please contact: email@example.com
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