We look at the whole picture, the entire lived experience that influences health.
Our work examines health through many lenses that intersect, and it often helps people who are underserved or experiencing trauma — for example, veterans suffering from PTSD, children with serious illness, low-income residents grappling with systemic racism and neglect, and others.
In this inVIVO presentation at the 2020 Project Earthrise meeting, Institute Scholar Sara Warber, MD, discusses “Imagining New Ways of Living: At the Intersection of Art, Nature and Health.” Read more about Dr. Warber’s project here: https://mutualreawakening.org/
Today we celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who fought... Read More
Jan 17 2022, 2:10 pm
Over the past thirty years, we’ve been part of a movement to shift the primary approach to health from one that focuses on disease to a more complete approach. We renamed the “Institute for Integrative Health” the Nova Institute for Health — of People, Places, and Planet because we are building on “person health” and looking at the context of peoples’ lives and communities as well as the health of the planet we all share.