Mary Jo Welker, MD
- Interim Fellowship Director
The Ohio State University Family Medicine Fellowship in Integrative Medicine is a one-year program designed to train physicians in evidence-based therapies and associated philosophies collectively known as Integrative Medicine. Our program combines education, clinical mentorship, and hands-on training and practice with faculty who use evidence-based Integrative Medicine in our clinic and at our world-renowned academic medical center. The goal of the program is to provide physicians with a wide range of knowledge and skills needed to be successful practitioners in the field of Integrative Medicine as well as future leaders in healthcare organizations, academic medical centers, government and industry.
Ohio State Integrative Medicine will facilitate this training process through the guidance of the American Board of Integrative Medicine (ABoIM) and with specific training goals, learning objectives and activities facilitated by our expert faculty across a one-year calendar. This fellowship has been approved by The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and College of Medicine (COM) Graduate Medical Education Office (GME).
The overarching goal of this fellowship is to increase the knowledge, skills and use of Integrative Medicine (IM) therapies (evidence-based complementary + alternative/integrative (CAM)) by the physician fellow for their patients.
In general, after an initial period of orientation,
Competencies and learning objectives listed below are following published recommendations of Locke et al. Recommended Integrative Medicine Competencies for Family Medicine Residents. Explore 2013; 9:308-313. The sources of the learning activities for each learning objective are mapped back to the ABoIM recommendations and approved OSU-GME documentation.
Learning objectives and additional details are listed in the official document for the fellowship, please contact Dr. Diane Brogan-Habash for this document (Habash.email@example.com).
Applications are accepted between June and January with decision by late February or early March; fellowship runs from July to end of June in following year. Requirements include:
Please email application materials to Dr. Diane Brogan-Habash (Habash.firstname.lastname@example.org).