Sustaining Leading Clinical Centers as Models for Change
The true test and benefit of integrative medicine is in the care of patients.
In the latter half of 2003, The Bravewell Collaborative adopted a strategy to empower and accelerate the growth of leading clinical centers of integrative medicine, which could then serve as models for change in the larger health care delivery system. The centers held their first meeting in the spring of 2004 and have continued to meet twice yearly in pursuit of this goal. The members of the Bravewell Clinical Network are:
La Jolla, California
New York, New York
Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
Thomas Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland
University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, California
Los Angeles, CA
To learn more about the Bravewell Clinical Network and its programs, click on the links below.
- The McKinsey Report
- Clinical Network Members
- The Bravewell Fellows Program
- BraveNet, the first Practice-Based Research Network in Integrative Medicine
- Best Practices in Integrative Medicine