The Osher Collaborative for Integrative Health comprises an international group of eleven academic Centers funded by The Bernard Osher Foundation to study, teach, and practice integrative healthcare. The Osher Collaborative amplifies the collective impact of the eleven Osher Centers on health and well-being for all.
Dr. Iman Majd has accepted an offer to serve as the Director of the Osher Center for Integrative Health at the University of Washington in Seattle. He has held this role in the interim, but we are excited to welcome into this permanent position. Dr. Majd articulates a vision for the UW Medicine Osher Center for Integrative Health that creates a comprehensive clinical and academic program focused on providing high quality, evidence-supported integrative care.
The Osher Collaborative for Integrative Health is proud to welcome University of Utah and University of Vermont into our network of academic health institutions advancing integrative health research, education, and care, funded by the generosity of The Bernard Osher Foundation.
Personalized Mind-Body Medicine in Integrative Oncology: Meeting the Moment with Each Patient
The Journal of Integrative and Complementary Medicine
By Kavita K. Mishra, David Victorson, Darshan H. Mehta, and David R. Vago
Personalized medicine in cancer is an emerging approach to patient care in which certain individual characteristics are used to guide therapeutic decisions.1 Ultimately, the goal is to execute the right intervention for the right patient at the right time. In this era of personalized medicine, how does one effectively tailor the mind–body medicine (MBM) prescription for individuals with varied needs and circumstances who are on their cancer journey?
Dr. Sian Cotton of University of Cincinnati discussed strategies
to treat chronic pain such as mindfulness, acupuncture, and
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Dr. Lindsey McKernan of Vanderbilt University was quoted as an expert in an article about recent APA research that examines adult mental health during tumultuous current events.
In this podcast episode, Dr. Inger Burnett-Zeigler of Northwestern spoke about ways for Black women to recognize their unique trauma and seek emotional healing.