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Oct 15, 2015 by Catherine Golden (cagw)
Feb 28, 2017 by Gina Harris (gharris)
INTM 6212 : Clinical Research in Integrative Medicine
Tue, 28 Feb 2017 09:01:26 GMT
Sun, 26 Feb 2017 16:02:19 GMT
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IM-MSHS: Integrative Medicine
School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Health Care Sciences (HCS)
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Clinical Research in Integrative Medicine
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Clinical Research in IM
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students in integrative medicine programs
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Applied practice research. The role of the integrative health practitioner in developing an evidence base for clinical practice. Application of clinical knowledge and continued development of clinical reasoning through an evidence-based approach to practice research. Students work under the supervision of a faculty member to develop a research protocol on a mutually agreed upon domain of integrative health care practice; in some cases, students may be placed into research teams to broaden the base of data available for evaluation and interpretation.
LEARNING OUTCOMES: 1. Create a comprehensive research proposal to address identified gaps in the practice of integrative health care 2. Use medical history, physical examination data, diagnostic studies, and treatment plan information to contribute to the base of evidence for integrative health care practice. 3. Integrate research strategies into an ongoing integrative clinical practice
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