Project to Enhance Research Literacy (PERL) - Competency in Evidence Informed Practice for Integrative Health Professions

Evidence Informed Practice in Complementary and Integrative Academic Programs, Making it Work

This webinar took place: Tuesday, January 26th, 2016.  The archived Webinar may be viewed below. Webinar slides may be viewed here.

Webinar Details: 

During this webinar you will hear from educators who have added components of an integrative approach to EIP into their academic curriculum. They will discuss how they balance the philosophy of integrative care with conventional epidemiological approaches to research as well as how they teach the importance of effectively communicating risks and benefits of integrative approaches to health. 

Participants will be able to:

  • Discuss approaches toward incorporating components of an integrative competency in EIP into an integrative academic curriculum
  • Understand important differences between whole systems approaches to research and randomized clinical trials


  • Ben Marx, MAcOM, LAc, Interim Director of Research, Oregon College of Oriental Medicine
  • Jeremy E. Miller, LMT (WV), BCTMB, BS, Massage Therapist Penny George Institute, Lecturer Northwestern Health Sciences University
  • Brendan D. Smith , ND, Assistant Professor Bastyr University, Clinical Faculty Bastyr Center for Natural Health

This was the third webinar in a three part series. Information on the full series can be found here

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