In this course, students summarize and synthesize traditional knowledge, pharmacological, and clinical data to make an informed decision about the application of herbal formulas for their specific clinical settings. This course uses case studies to guide students in building the practical skills and applied knowledge necessary for clinical herbalism practice. Each week, you will investigate a faculty-generated clinical case study through peer to peer interaction. A variety of faculty will support you throughout this course to provide ample opportunities for diverse viewpoints. Emphasis is placed on developing a clearly articulated client assessment and clinical strategy with a well-supported rationale, the corresponding clinical formulation and plan. This course helps students utilize both modern physiological and traditional energetic models in the interpretation of patterns of imbalance and restoration of health.
- Master of Science Clinical Herbal Medicine