Description: Lecture, five hours. Introduction to integrative health care and wellness, particularly therapeutic approaches originating from traditional Chinese medicine. Study of theoretical underpinnings of integrative medicine and traditional Chinese medicine, management of personal well-being through experiential learning of various therapeutic modalities, and evidenced-based research and clinical applications of integrative medicine. Topics include integrative East-West medicine and its role in prevention and health cultivation; herbs, diet, and nutritional supplements; pain management using acupuncture, acupressure, massage, and other self-help techniques; integrative medicine research and evidence-based modalities; chronic stress and implications on sleep, inflammation, and maintaining healthy immune system. Incorporates hands-on practice and interactive sessions. P/NP or letter grading.