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An educational webinar with Drs. Chiti Parikh and Alka Gupta is now available for on-demand viewing. The presentation shares lessons learned from their experience establishing and expanding an Integrative Health and Wellbeing Program at NewYork-Presbyterian, in collaboration with Weill-Cornell Medicine.
Through extensive, personalized leadership training, guided curriculum by Integrative Healthcare experts and mentorship from faculty from the Duke Fuqua School of Business on project planning, this program can and is changing healthcare leaders’ lives and the outcomes they achieve.
Based on the philosophy behind Integrative Healthcare, this program teaches working models of integrative healthcare and the principles behind the success of Integrative care to heal patients and help them lead lives that prevent disease from occurring in the first place. It emphasizes the creation of a culture of health and wellbeing, not only for patients and providers, but throughout the healthcare system and in the greater society as well.
But it’s about more than just patient care. In addition to addressing major health concerns such as cancer survivorship, obesity, autoimmune diseases, cardiac conditions, metabolic syndromes and depression, integrative strategies have also been successful in improving:
Once a leader understands the principles behind Integrative Healthcare, then creative solutions to everyday problems come into view.
If you are interested in enhancing your skills as a leader who will help transform our healthcare system and improve the health of our nation, the Leadership Program in Integrative Healthcare at Duke University is for you.
Adam Perlman, Director of the Leadership Program in Integrative Healthcare, explains what makes this program different from other leadership programs and what participants can expect to get out of the program.