The findings of a new study by Jennifer Felder, PhD, published in JAMA Psychiatry, could help the one in seven pregnant women struggling with insomnia and who consequently may be at increased risk of depression and preterm birth.
The inclusion of a chapter on integrative medicine in a prominent textbook for primary care practitioners on behavioral medicine marked a significant milestone. UCSF Osher Center members have written the first and each subsequent version of the chapter, reflecting the center’s critical role as an amplifier of culture change.
Hospitals are in need of more massage therapists trained to work with medically diverse patients. The Osher Center is filling this need by launching a series of specialized advanced trainings for professional massage therapists.
The UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine and the Department of Medicine/Division of Palliative Medicine seek an outstanding individual for a full-time faculty position as an integrative medicine physician in the field of palliative medicine.