Together we can inspire and train a new generation of nurse leaders in integrative health care.
The 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, you will creatively and effectively incorporate integrative nursing into education programs.
Join Our Diverse Team of Educators!
“I have been practicing nursing since 1991 and as a nurse practitioner since 1998. Although I have loved nursing I have over time felt conflicted that while I felt I was giving ‘good’ nursing care I felt rushed, less able to establish real relationships with the patients I cared for, and prescribing medications and treatments that I would not prescribe to myself. I wanted to learn more about integrative nursing. I came to the program thinking about all the actions I could take if I had more ‘alternative’ treatments to pull out of my toolbox! What I realize now is that while [these] are part of care, I have to trust myself that building relationships and walking with our patients toward healing is really what I want to achieve with my patients, my students and my own practice.” -2017-2018 Fellow
Through the INFF we will shift, invigorate, strengthen and challenge your perspective of nursing and how to teach it, both in academic and clinical settings.
Application deadline: Feb. 14
- Enhance your professional portfolio to assume a consultative or leadership role for agencies and institutions striving to adopt an integrative health and wellness approach.
- Expand your integrative health toolkit to include clinical evaluation tools in alignment with the national standards for core competencies and a variety of versatile teaching/learning materials.
- Guide patients, students and colleagues in the safe use of integrative therapeutics and best practices for improved health outcomes.
- Meet the evolving needs of communities as the global focus on integrative health continues to expand.
- 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.
Contact Natalie Pool at firstname.lastname@example.org or 520-626-6044.