In The Spotlight


  • March 2011

    CIMPH welcomes Dr. Donald Warne to our Advisory Board.  Dr. Warne comes from a long line of traditional Lakota healers. In addition to a solid background in traditional healing, Dr. Warne holds an MD from Stanford University and a Master of Public Health from Harvard University.  Dr. Warne’s traditional name is Pejuta Wicasa, which means Medicine Man. Dr. Warne is featured in the film, What’s in the Heart, which CIMPH is co-sponsoring. Read more about him on our Advisory Board page. We are honored to have Dr. Warne as a member of our team!

  • May 2010

    Executive Director, Dr. Liz Kaltman, co-authors paper in the Journal of Alternative and Complimentary Medicine titled, Methodological Considerations for Future Controlled Influenza Treatment Trials in Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Abstract is available for review on PubMed using the following reference:

    Methodological considerations for future controlled influenza treatment trials in complementary and alternative medicine.
    J Altern Complement Med. 2010 Mar;16(3):275-83.
    Kirkby R, Calabrese C, Kaltman L, Monnier J, Herscu P.

  • April 2010

    CIMPH celebrates our first birthday this month. It’s been an exciting year!

    The CIMPH Preventative Medicine/Public Health Residency Program receives accreditation from the Council for Naturopathic Medical Education (CNME).

  • March 2010

    CIMPH becomes a partner of the National Network to Eliminate Disparities in Behavioural Health.

  • February 2010

    The Center for Integrative Medicine in Public Health sponsors What’s in the Heart, an exciting new documentary film examining health disparities in American Indian communities throughout the United States.

  • January 2010

    The Center for Integrative Medicine in Public Health receives 501(c)(3) status from the IRS. We are now officially tax exempt!

  • December 2009

    The Integrative Medicine Clinician’s Journal reports on CIMPH in an article titled, AMA’s Scope of Practice Partnership Seeks to Restrict Integrative and Other Practice Disciplines… plus more, by John Weeks.

    “The Portland, Oregon-based Center for Integrative Medicine in Public Health (CIMPH) has established a partnership with the Coalition of Community Health Clinics, an organization of 13 not-for-profit community health clinics in Oregon, to create residency opportunities for naturopathic physicians. CIMPH’s mission is to improve health outcomes in underserved communities through Integrative medicine.”

  • July 2009

    This summer, CIMPH partnered with the Coalition of Community Health Clinics in the development of a Preventative Medicine/Public Health Residency program for naturopathic physicians.  This two year program will be sited in many of the community clinics of Portland, Oregon. Learn more.