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Osher Collaborative Mission

The Osher Collaborative for Integrative Health comprises an international group of nine academic Centers funded by The Bernard Osher Foundation to study, teach, and practice integrative healthcare. The Osher Collaborative amplifies the collective impact of the nine Osher Centers on health and well-being for all.

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Research Director
University of Cincinnati

The UC Cancer Center, in conjunction with the University of Cincinnati’s Center for Integrative Health and Wellness (CIHW), in Cincinnati, Ohio seeks an experienced research director to lead and expand integrative and lifestyle medicine research at the CIHW, with a focus on integrative oncology.  This position will be the Carrie K. Hayden Endowed Chair of Integrative Oncology Research.

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Integrative Oncologist
University of Madison-Wisconsin

The University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center (UWCCC), the Department of Family Medicine and the Division of Hematology, Medical Oncology and Palliative Care, Department of Medicine at the University of Wisconsin is seeking an Integrative Oncologist to join our team in providing care for our patients with cancer. 

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Announcing an Education Endowment to the Osher Collaborative Coordinating Center

The Osher Foundation has awarded a five-million-dollar endowment to the Osher Collaborative Coordinating Center for education efforts that span all seven Osher Centers. No other integrative medicine educational program builds on a foundation of such close collaboration among world-renowned academic health centers. The endowment will support the Osher Collaborative Faculty Fellowship, which provides advanced training for faculty to become highly skilled leaders and clinicians in integrative medicine.

Publication

“Complementary and Integrative Health Knowledge and Practice in Primary Care Settings: A Survey of Primary Care Providers in the Northwestern United States”
University of Washington

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The University of Washington Osher Center has published the article “Complementary and Integrative Health Knowledge and Practice in Primary Care Settings: A Survey of Primary Care Providers in the Northwestern United States” in Global Advances in Health and Medicine. This was the first study funded by the UW Osher Center, which was established in 2018.

Read the article here.