Whole Person, Patient-Centered Medicine

Integrative Medicine Elective Rotation

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Non-Clinical, Fully-Immersive Rotation

Enrich conventional medical education with the globally-renowned 30-day Integrative Medicine Elective Rotation. Available in-person and virtually to fourth-year medical students and residents, this immersive program includes integrative medicine and non-allopathic integrative modalities.

No-Cost, Restorative Rotation

Take a four-week respite from the grueling schedule of medical school and residency with the non-clinical Integrative Medicine Rotation. Engage in captivating lectures from globally-renowned health experts and explore Chinese medicine, nutrition, and mind-body practices through immersive experiences.

Admission & Eligibility

Fourth year MD and DO students may apply through VSAS. Residents can express interest by emailing azcim-imer@list.arizona.edu. University of Arizona students may apply through the OASIS lottery system.

Integrative Medicine Elective Rotation at the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine

Fully Immersive Medical Rotation

Explore integrative medicine modalities, including botanicals, homeopathy, mind-body practices, nutrition, Traditional Chinese Medicine, osteopathy, and energy medicine through both didactic and self-application methods.

Upcoming Rotation Dates

Fall: August 26 - September 20, 2024 (virtual)
Spring:  March 31 - April 25, 2025 (in person)

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Healing-Oriented Medicine

Join the Integrative Medicine Community

Designed to empower and rejuvenate medical students and residents, the distinguished four-week immersive non-clinical rotation at the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona establishes the groundwork for a thriving and enduring medical career.

transformative & Restorative

Shape the future of medicine through an enriching non-clinical rotation that both educates and rejuvenates.

Discover integrative medicine, learn its distinctions from alternative medicine, and practice evidence-based approaches to health conditions through the four-week Integrative Medicine Elective Rotation. Prioritizing personal growth, reflection, and cohort community building ensures students and residents leave refreshed and well-prepared for whole person patient care.