The UCLA Collaborative Centers for Integrative Medicine (CCIM) is a campus-wide program committed to the study and application of integrative medicine. The CCIM sponsors public and professional education, facilitates research and promotes appropriate practice of complementary, alternative, and mind-body medicine.
This event will feature UCLA’s world-renown clinicians, researchers and educators who will share how one can achieve a higher quality of life through key principles of integrative medicine.
The 2011 Annual Conference on Integrative Medicine: Achieving a Better Quality of Life through Integrative Medicine was held on February 19, 2011.
"Professor Edwin Cooper, editor-in-chief of eCAM, opened the UCLA’s Collaborative Centers for Integrative Medicine (CCIM) Conference, an interactive event that covered a wide range of integrative medical models. The theme was on how this approach can not only profoundly improve the quality of life but also efficiently treat illness when used in proper coordination with modern Western medicine..." Read the full summary of the conference.
Video clips from the conference is available online at ExploreIM.
The 2010 Annual Conference on Integrative medicine: Why Integrative Medicine Matters
This annual community education event is made possible by the Gerald Oppenheimer Family Foundation.
For more information, please go to www.ccim.med.ucla.edu
- National Institute of Health
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