The Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine is pleased to offer these resources to support health and wellbeing, free of charge.
- Body of Wonder: Podcast hosted by Dr. Andrew Weil and Dr. Victoria Maizes.
- My Wellness Coach: Mobile app for sustainable wellness.
- CanHEAL: Integrative cancer care toolkit.
- NCIPH Patient Education: Printable materials on various health conditions and integrative modalities.
- Health Resources Cards: Printable health tip cards.
Body of Wonder
Join Dr. Andrew Weil and Dr. Victoria Maizes for insightful conversations with thought-provoking doctors, specialists, authors, and researchers.
In Body of Wonder we dive into ideas that are changing medicine, hear compelling stories, and explore age-old wisdom backed by modern science. We discuss the latest research and how it has a powerful effect in our lives.Learn More
My Wellness Coach
AWCIM is in the app stores! Download the healthy habit-forming My Wellness Coach today and start on a path to sustainable wellness!
Download the My Wellness Coach app for free and discover your health motivators; build a whole health snapshot; get helpful health tips and expert-curated resources; create personalized health goals; reach your goals one action step at a time; track your progress with reminders.Learn More
This integrative cancer care toolkit has been developed to help those recently diagnosed feel less overwhelmed, learn about approaches to support their treatment and overall wellbeing, and gain access to useful resources.
This toolkit is intended for anyone recently diagnosed with cancer, but can be useful for anyone interested in:
- Learning more about living well with cancer and beyond cancer
- Reducing cancer risks
- Exploring an integrative approach to cancer care and wellness
An educational tool intended for anyone interested in learning more about living well with cancer and beyond cancer.Learn More
Patient Education Materials
The University of Arizona Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine (AWCIM) and the Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine & Health (The Consortium) in cooperation with the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)1 created the National Center for Integrative Primary Healthcare (NCIPH).
NCIPH has created a number of patient education materials on various health conditions.Learn More