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Doing What Matters to Improve Population Health

On February 4, 2019, the Institute for Integrative Health hosted a dinner symposium featuring a keynote presentation with Sandro Galea, MD, MPH, DrPH. Dr. Galea gave an inspirational speech on the urgent need to reorient epidemiology and public health to make a difference in health outcomes.

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The Creative Arts: Paths to Healing

Music, painting, poetry and other forms of creative expression can help individuals and communities overcome physical, mental, and emotional obstacles. This is why the Institute for Integrative Health is developing a program that will connect Maryland’s military veterans with community-based arts activities.

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Improving Integrative Patient Care Worldwide

People who suffer from cancer, gastrointestinal disorders, chronic pain, and severe trauma may improve symptom management, reduce stress or pain, and experience improved energy levels when their treatment is augmented with acupuncture, herbs, music, massage and other complementary therapies.

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Building Bridges Defining Metrics Overview

The Institute for Integrative Health convened a forum at its headquarters February 3-4, 2016, to envision a new, integrative approach to creating and evaluating community-based programs that improve the health of urban and disadvantaged youth.

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