Osher Collaborative Faculty Fellowship
The Osher Collaborative offers specialized advanced training in integrative health with an appointment at an institution with an Osher Center (see below for details). The goal of the Faculty Fellowship is to develop highly skilled leaders and clinicians in integrative health. The interdepartmental Faculty Fellowship expands integrative health expertise, fostering an accessible and comprehensive network of integrative care, education, and scholarship. Over the course of the year-long program, scholars are encouraged to develop their individual interests in integrative health.
Join us for a yearlong program that includes:
- Weekly 3-hour synchronous learning sessions on Wednesdays from 10-1 PST / 12-3 CST / 1-4 EST via Zoom.
- A self-directed integrative health curriculum, expertly crafted by faculty from the Osher Collaborative.
- Monthly mentored case presentations. Fellows are grouped within their specialty to facilitate case-based learning and discussions on patient treatment plans.
- A mentored scholarly project, which can encompass clinical, educational, and/or research dimensions.
Osher Collaborative Faculty Fellows should integrate integrative health principles into their ongoing patient care within their clinical setting. The time dedicated to this will evolve as your knowledge base expands and should align with your goals for integrative patient care. The content will be tailored to your practice.
Upon program completion, eligible scholars may sit for the American Board of Integrative Medicine (ABOIM) exam.
Eligibility, Expectations, and Tuition
MD/DO, NP, PAC with a faculty appointment at an institution with an Osher Center (Harvard University; Northwestern University; University of California, San Francisco; University of Cincinnati; University of Wisconsin-Madison; University of Miami; University of Utah; University of Washington; University of Vermont; Vanderbilt University). Volunteer faculty are not eligible.
- Attend weekly 3-hour synchronous sessions on Wednesdays from 10-1 pm PST/12-3 CST/1-4 EST.
- Allocate approximately 8 hours per week to complete assigned readings and assignments.
- Participate in monthly 3.5-hour sessions with clinical and academic mentors for case discussions and presentations.
- Develop and present a scholarly project at the end of the program year.
The expected tuition is approximately $12,000 (final confirmation pending)
Applications are closed for the 2024-25 cohort.
If you are interested in the 2025-26 cohort, please complete our Pre-Application and we will keep you informed.