Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH) Professional Continuing Education program has announced a new partnership with Integrative Medicine for the Underserved (IM4US). MUIH and IM4US have entered this educational collaboration with the shared goal of promoting the use of holistic and integrative approaches to promote wellbeing for underserved individuals and communities. This collaboration expands MUIH’s role in supporting the health and wellness of Maryland’s residents to a broader national reach through integrative health and medicine. MUIH’s Professional and Continuing Education (PCE) Department offers a wide range of professional development courses in a hybrid format that provides the flexibility for the public, and healthcare professionals with the opportunity to sharpen their skills, develop new areas of expertise, and earn additional credentials.
“MUIH’s PCE program is proud to welcome IM4US as a new partner to spotlight the field of integrative health through mission-driven collaborations. Through our evidence-based, continuing education opportunities, PCE aims to support multidisciplinary team members in their professional development goals, empowering them to add to their knowledge and credentials to further support their clients and patients health and wellbeing with a whole-person approach,” said Beth Romanski, director of professional and continuing education at MUIH.
“In an effort to provide access to more integrative health educational resources to our multidisciplinary members, IM4US is pleased to announce a new partnership with MUIH,” added Udaya Thomas, MSN, MPH, APRN, board president, IM4US. “We will now be sharing MUIH PCE courses at discounts to our members so that they may continue to advance and update their knowledge in the areas of nutrition, botanical medicine, stress resilience, and self-care.”
MUIH offers masters and doctoral degrees and graduate certificates in a wide range of disciplines that prepare practitioners and professionals to support underserved individuals and communities. These include programs in acupuncture, Ayurveda, cannabis science, health promotion, health and wellness coaching, herbal medicine, integrative health studies, narrative health, nutrition, workplace wellness and yoga therapy.
For more information, visit www.muih.edu.