About the Program
UVM’s Certificate in Integrative Healthcare prepares students to understand integrative healthcare, which involves balancing traditional methods of healthcare with complementary care and self-care. An integrative approach looks at the needs of the whole person. A transformation to an integrative model of healthcare is an approach to improve population health, enhance the patient experience, reduce costs, and decrease workforce burnout.
This whole-person and holistic approach addresses the broad range of issues that can affect the health and well-being of individuals, including physical, emotional, mental, spiritual, social, and environmental influences, in order to:
- Improve population health
- Enhance patient experience
- Reduce costs
- Decrease workforce burnout
The 15-credit Certificate in Integrative Healthcare addresses the philosophy, practice, and policy underpinnings of integrative healthcare and includes exposure to a variety of integrative modalities. Elective options allow students to gain exposure to areas of particular interest.
An Integrative Approach to Well-Being
Diet, exercise, and access to a healthy environment are essential to human health and well-being. Students in the Integrative Healthcare Certificate program experience a variety of integrative modalities and may take advantage of diverse elective course options.
This program is available for Professional and Continuing Education (PACE) students at the University of Vermont. Click here for application instructions.