Leading the global transformation of nursing education and practice
The Integrative Nursing Faculty Fellowship (INFF) is a first-of-its-kind program preparing nurse-educators to transform teaching/learning using the science, theory and practice of integrative health. During a 12-month fellowship, educators creatively and effectively incorporate integrative nursing into education programs.
- Two residential intensives in beautiful Tucson, Arizona at the start and end of the Fellowship.
- Experiential, online coursework and a guided teaching practicum allowing for self-reflection and personal growth.
- Immersion in and achievement of teaching proficiency in at least two integrative therapies.
- Tools and skills for the practical application of integrative nursing principles in a variety of learning environments.
Sourced from INFF Alumni
- Increased capacity for nurturing healthy social and professional relationships.
- A remarkable improvement in overall understanding of wellbeing including physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social components.
- Increased resiliency to personal and professional stressors and enhanced self-care.
- Deepened sense of empowerment as nurse educators including finding meaning and positively impacting students and the work environment as a whole.