The Institute of Women’s Health and Integrative Medicine, founded by sisters Dr. Tori Hudson and Karen Hudson, CFLC II, M.P., H.C., is an educational and research organization whose mission is to provide advanced training to primary health care practitioners and to conduct and support clinical research in women’s health and natural therapies and integrative medicine.
The institute offers quarterly seminars that, in total, constitute a unique 2-year curriculum. The seminars cover menstrual disorders, menopause (offerred once yearly), pelvic tumors/ pelvic pain/urogynecology, women’s cancers, primary care for women I, primary care for women II, STIs/contraception, and special topics.
GOALS OF THE CURRICULUM:
Provide you the opportunity to develop expert knowledge and practical skills in women’s health care.
Acquaint you with the latest nutritional and herbal research and enable you to implement these therapies in your practice or use them with greater success and expertise if you are already using them.
Help you to integrate natural therapies with conventional medical management when needed to optimize patient care.
Train practitioners in the use of natural hormones, herbal and nutritional therapies for women’s health care needs.
These courses are designed for the following practitioners:
- Naturopathic Physicians
- General Internists
- Family practitioners
- Nurse practitioners
- Certified Nurse Midwives
- Registered Dieticians & Others