What are the eligibility requirements for the AIHM Fellowship?
We accept applications from the following practitioners who have graduated from an accredited training institution AND hold an active license to practice their chosen profession:
Advanced Practice Nurses
*RNs, DEMs, and others with a master’s or doctorate in a health-related field are eligible to apply.
Is the Fellowship approved by the American Board of Integrative Medicine (ABOIM)?
Yes, the AIHM Fellowship in Integrative Health & Medicine was unanimously approved by American Board of Integrative Medicine (ABOIM) committee in 2015. This means that MDs and DOs who successfully complete the Fellowship have satisfied ABOIM Eligibility Requirement 7(1) and are eligible to sit for the ABOIM exam.
How much time is required for the Fellowship?
The Fellowship is a two-year commitment. You should plan on spending an average of 8-10 hours per week on your studies. The majority of the curriculum will be done in your virtual classroom. This means you may work on your courses from your home, office, or a favorite Wi-Fi spot. In the curriculum you will find engaging online content and quizzes, podcasts, video presentations, and the ability to dialogue with faculty and classmates for set dates within the course. Your training will also be supported by a number of seminal documentaries, textbooks and journal articles.
Do I have to travel?
You will be required to attend three residential retreats and the clinical immersion week. These sessions are a highlight of the program. Here you will engage in experiential sessions, hands-on training, clinical roundtables, and work with clinicians practicing integrative medicine in a variety of settings, allowing you to put your learning into practice.
Where are the in-person retreats located?
Are CME/CE credits available?
What are the graduation requirements?
What kind of documentation do I receive upon graduation?
At your graduation, you will receive a Certificate of Completion from AIHM. Graduating Fellows who hold an MD or DO license will be eligible* to sit for board certification through the American Board of Physician Specialties (ABPS).
Questions? Contact us.