East-West Integrative Medicine Fellowship
The UCLA Center for East-West Medicine (CEWM) offers a Fellowship in Integrative Medicine for physicians who have completed an ACGME-accredited residency program in internal medicine or other specialties. This program is designed to train physicians to become outstanding academic leaders, clinicians and teachers within the field of integrative medicine.
- Education components include:
- Intensive didactics in the basic theory and practice of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and other CAM disciplines
- Extensive clinical training through the use of evidence-based therapies
- Regular academic conferences on interesting clinical cases
- Attending research meetings in collaboration with the UCLA Division of General Internal Medicine & Health Services Research
- Lectures featuring experts found locally, nationally, and internationally
As a distinctive feature of the Fellowship, training can be tailored toward one’s specific interests. Previous graduates and current fellows have had specialized training using integrative medicine in other germane areas including primary care, geriatrics, health services research, translational investigation, public health, inpatient medicine, palliative care and international health as well as had educational opportunities abroad through attending conferences held in Asia and Australia.
Under the Department of Medicine at UCLA, the Center for East-West Medicine is a
busy, outpatient consultative practice that sees nearly 13,000 patient visits annually,
with referrals from the entire UCLA primary care and subspecialty network including pain
management, rheumatology, neurology, gastroenterology, women’s health, cardiology,
allergy/immunology, sports medicine, orthopedics, head and neck surgery and thoracic
surgery. Opportunities are also available for inpatient consultative experiences.
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