Pediatric Integrative Medicine in Residency (PIMR): Description of a New Online Educational Curriculum

@inproceedings{McClafferty2015PediatricIM,
  title={Pediatric Integrative Medicine in Residency (PIMR): Description of a New Online Educational Curriculum},
  author={Hilary H McClafferty and Sally E. Dodds and Audrey J. Brooks and Michelle G. Brenner and Melanie L. Brown and Paige Frazer and John David Mark and Joy A. Weydert and Graciela M. G. Wilcox and Patricia Lebensohn and Victoria H. Maizes},
  booktitle={Children},
  year={2015}
}
Use of integrative medicine (IM) is prevalent in children, yet availability of training opportunities is limited. The Pediatric Integrative Medicine in Residency (PIMR) program was designed to address this training gap. The PIMR program is a 100-hour online educational curriculum, modeled on the successful Integrative Medicine in Residency program in family medicine. Preliminary data on site characteristics, resident experience with and interest in IM, and residents' self-assessments of… CONTINUE READING
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