About the OHSU Integrative Health Collaborative

Our vision

Advancing integrative health in patient care, education, and research to support and sustain well-being for all.

Our mission

We capitalize upon Oregon’s unique combination of conventional and complementary medicine colleges and universities to weave an integrative health network that encourages patient autonomy in developing an evidence-informed plan that supports a healthful (balanced) lifestyle.

We aim to make integrative health care services accessible to all regardless of socioeconomic status, race, gender, sexual orientation, or abilities.

We strive to draw upon and celebrate wisdom from various cultures through offering a wide range of healing therapies including natural medicines.

Through excellence in innovation, we are continually transforming our knowledge through research endeavors and disseminating best clinical practice through education.

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Specialized clinical services embedded throughout the OHSU health care system

  • Family Medicine 
  • Center for Women’s Health Integrative Health  
  • Comprehensive Pain Center 
  • Knight Cancer Institute 
  • Anesthesia/Perioperative Medicine 
  • Neurology Wellness 
  • Internal Medicine 

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  • Medical student and resident education 
  • Clinical teaching site for the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine (AIHM) Interprofessional Integrative Medicine fellowship 
  • ORCCAMIND Postdoctoral research fellowships (T32) 
  • Continuing Medical Education

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  • NIH-funded Botanical Dietary Supplements Research Center (BENFRA) 
  • Oregon Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine Research in Neurological Disorders 
  • Layton Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease Center  
  • OHSU Multiple Sclerosis Center 
  • OHSU Bob and Charlee Moore Institute for Nutrition and Wellness 
  • Center for Women’s Health 
  • Knight Cancer Institute 
  • Family Medicine

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Integrative Health Collaborative events

News and announcements

BENFRA Center Pilot Study Funding- Call for Applications
Department of Neurology, OHSU

The BENFRA Botanical Dietary Supplements Research Center at Oregon Health & Science University is welcoming applications for one $15,000 award funded by the OHSU Department of Neurology. The goal of the award is to support pilot projects performed by trainee researchers on Botanicals Enhancing Neurological and Functional Resilience in Aging (BENFRA). The awardee will work closely with the BENFRA Center at OHSU. Applicants are encouraged to review the goals and mission statement of the Center at: www.ohsu.edu/benfra-bdsrcDetails of this award and a link to the application form can be found at: www.ohsu.edu/benfra-bdsrc/benfra-pilot-study-fundingThe deadline for applications is October 14, 2022.

Six members of the Integrative Health Collaborative
Members of the Integrative Health Collaborative:
Front row left to right: William Rubine, M.S., P.T., Sue Gritzner, Psy.D.
Back row left to right: James Carson, Ph.D, Diana Clapp, ACNP, Scott Mist, Ph.D, LAc, Andrei Sdrulla, M.D., Ph.D

Contact us

Please email us at oihc@ohsu.edu

Integrative medicine services

Providers across OHSU offer integrative medicine services, also known as complementary and alternative medicine. Our goal is to support you as a whole person. Our health care options draw on the wisdom and healing practices of many cultures, and include natural medicines.

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Diversity statement

The OIHC is committed to making integrative health practices and modalities available to all patients and are committed to fostering a culture of inclusion across all OIHC programs. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, gender/gender identity, disability, race, color, ancestry, citizenship, sexual orientation, marital status, religion or insurance status.

Indigenous healing acknowledgement 

We would like to honor the people and lineages of knowledge that have influenced our care. Many people have contributed to the practices we promote today. Some of those people are long forgotten, and many were purposefully erased. Their knowledge was freely shared to help those in need amongst their own people but was exploited by outsiders. Today, we acknowledge the practices we share are taken from many peoples, which make us responsible to honor and care for all people in need, in order that we might make amends and heal our communities. 

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