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Integrative East-West Medicine for Health and Wellness (MED 180 Section 1), at UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, is designed to provide an overarching introduction to integrative healthcare, particularly the therapeutic approaches originated from traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). Students will learn (1) the theoretical underpinnings of integrative medicine and TCM, (2) the management of personal well-being through experiential learning of various therapeutic modalities, and (3) current clinical applications of integrative medicine from practitioners and patients. Topics include: integrative East-West Medicine and its role in prevention and health cultivation; herbs and nutritional supplements; pain management using acupuncture, acupressure, massage and other self-help techniques; as well as maintaining a healthy immune system and reducing inflammation and stress. Hands-on practice and clinical site visits will be incorporated.

Integrative Chinese and Western Medicine in Global Health Care

Ka-Kit Hui, MD, FACP of the UCLA Center for East-West Medicine gives a talk on Personalized Medicine at the 7th Sino-US Symposium on Medicine presented by the Salk Institute and UCSD Health Sciences

For more information about Integrative East-West Medicine for Health and Wellness (MED 180 Section 1) at UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine, please visit: http://www.summer.ucla.edu/institutes/BrainMindWellness/curriculum.htm