iCAM Summer Program Discontinued

After 10 years on offer, Bastyr University has discontinued our groundbreaking iCAM summer program for allopathic medical students. The program offered students at other medical schools a unique, hands-on learning experience through courses in qigong, Chinese herbal medicine, whole foods cooking and botanical medicine, among others.

While iCAM has ended, Bastyr still offers continuing and community education courses year round. Additionally, your school may be interested in a clinical preceptorship exchange or lectures by visiting Bastyr faculty.

For more information, contact Cindy Butler-Smith at cbutler@bastyr.edu or (425) 602-3129.

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