ThisAdvanced Master’s Degree is oriented to the attainment of the most up-to-date knowledge in Integrative Medicine, in a single specialization and through a high impact course".

In In recent years integrative medicine has become the most useful tool to develop a comprehensive medicine adapted to this new vision; a specialty that encompasses conventional and complementary medicine, striving for synergies between different disciplines. 

One of the essential aspects that changes the classic paradigm in this type of medical care is the change in the position of the patient, who ceases to be a passive individual and becomes the active object of his or her own well-being. This way the patient actively participates in his or her healing while the specialist exercises, in this medical modality, a different form of listening. This new healthcare model offers the possibility of reducing traditional medication by incorporating tools that allow us to decrease iatrogenesis and improve the prognosis of chronic diseases.

The field of integrative medicine is an emerging field of Health Sciences. In many developed countries there is a large percentage of the population that uses CAM at least once in their lifetime: 48% in Australia, 70% in Canada, 42% in the USA, 38% in Belgium and 75% in France. 

In countries such as the United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium, Holland and the Nordic countries, natural and complementary medicine is being incorporated into traditional health structures, following the conceptual line of this Advanced Master’s Degree. 

The process of integration of both Medicines has led different organizations to invest in human and economic capital to investigate the impact it could have on health and Social Security in many countries, with the aim of demonstrating the possibilities, limitations and significance of alternative medicine, establishing a common scientific framework, harmonizing legislation and helping to control health costs. 

Rapid advances and the need for constant updating in all these aspects require the professional to make an intense effort to remain at the forefront. An effort that may be too great to be assumed by working professionals, without the help of an updated online specialization such as this Advanced Master’s Degree, elaborated by experts with extensive experience in the sector. 

This Advanced Master’s Degree is an excellent professional growth tool that will allow you to give your career the boost it needs."

This Advanced Master’s Degree in Integrative Medicine for Nursing contains the most complete and up-to-date scientific program on the market. The most important features of the program include:

  • Clinical cases presented by experts in the different specialties.
  • Graphic, schematic, and practical contents with the latest scientific and healthcare information.
  • What's New in Integrative Medicine for Nursing
  • Presentation of practical workshops on procedures, diagnosis, and treatment techniques
  • Real images in high resolution and practical exercises where the self-evaluation process can be carried out to improve learning.
  • Algorithm-based interactive learning system for decision-making in the presented clinical situations.
  • Special emphasis on test-based medicine and research methodologies.
  • Theoretical lessons, questions to the expert, debate forums on controversial topics, and individual reflection assignments.
  • Content that is accessible from any fixed or portable device with an Internet connection

Its contents, developed by professionals in the sector, will allow you to assimilate the knowledge quickly and easily, learning with examples and real therapeutic situations"

Its teaching staff is made up of leading professionals in the sector. Practising professionals who bring their experience to this training program, as well as renowned specialists from leading scientific societies.

The multimedia content developed with the latest educational technology will provide the professional with situated and contextual learning, i.e., a simulated environment that will provide an immersive training program to train in real situations.

The design of the program is based on Problem-Based Learning, by means of which the nursing professional must try to solve the different practice situations that arise throughout the course. To do so, the nurse will be assisted by an innovative interactive video system developed by recognized experts in the field of Integrative Medicine with extensive teaching experience.

An Advanced Master’s Degree developed to provide a broad and up-to-date response to the needs of professionals in this area of intervention.

This Advanced Master’s Degree is designed for you to update your knowledge in Integrative Medicine in Nurses, with the use of the latest educational technology, to contribute with quality and safety to decision making, care and patient support.


The structure of this Advanced Master’s Degree has been created in order to compile each and every one of the subjects that professionals in this area ought to master, in a comprehensive but very specific syllabus. With an extensive course, structured 

in areas of intervention, the student will learn the different theoretical and practical approaches and techniques necessary for the Nurses activity in integrative medicine. Learning that will translate into practical mastery of the techniques. 

This Advanced Master’s Degree contains the most complete and up-to-date scientific program on the market”

Module 1. Introduction to Integrative Medicine

1.1.    History of Integrative Medicine

1.1.1.    History of Integrative Medicine

1.2.    Foundations and Indications

1.2.1.    Foundations of Integrative Medicine
1.2.2.    Indications

1.3.    How to Develop a Health Plan for the Patient?

1.3.1.    The Health Plan: How to Develop It?

1.4.    Health Sociology

1.4.1.    Aspects of the Social Macrosystem that Affect Human Health
1.4.2.    Social Aspects that Impact Access to the System
1.4.3.    Limitations to Practicing Integrative Medicine

1.5.    Medical History and Comprehensive Evaluation of the Person

1.5.1.    Medical History from the IM's Perspective
1.5.2.    Comprehensive Assessment: Objectives and Results

1.6.    Integrative Approach from a Social Work Perspective

1.6.1.    Social Work and IM
1.6.2.    Integrative Approach from the Basis of Social Work

1.7.    Biological and Psychological stages in Humans. Age-Related Developmental Aspects.

1.7.1.    Biological and Psychological stages in Humans
1.7.2.    Age-Related Developmental Aspects.

Module 2. Integrative Medicine and Health Prevention

2.1.    Prevention, Health Education and Lifestyles

2.1.1.    Preventive Nutrition

2.2.    Physical Activity and Sport
2.3.    The Patient as a Proactive Individual

2.3.1.    The Role of Nurses in Health and Integrative Medicine

2.4.    Community Networks as a Pillar of Prevention and Health Promotion

2.4.1.    Community Pharmacies
2.4.2.    Health Centers
2.4.3.    The Family Network
2.4.4.    GAM

Module 3. Approaches and Strategies

3.1.    Biological Model

3.1.1.    The Interrelation of Physiological Systems
3.1.2.    Mitochondrial Physiology and Dysfunction
3.1.3.    Chronic Inflammation and Mucosal Permeability Syndromes
3.1.4.    Implication of Immune System Disorders in Chronic Pathologies Autoimmunity

3.1.5.    The Role of Oxidative Stress
3.1.6.    Microbiota
3.1.7.    The Physiology of Detoxification

3.2.    Systemic Approach

3.2.1.    Gestalt
3.2.2.    Transgenerational

3.3.    Psychoanalytical Approach
3.4.    Cosmogony of Oriental Medicine

3.4.1.    Anthropological and Philosophical Aspects Kinanthropometry and Relationship with Kinetic Chains

3.4.2.    Acupoints from Human Embryology
3.4.3.    Scientific Foundations of Contemporary Acupuncture
3.4.4.    Microsystems Foot Reflexology Auricular Reflex Zone Technique Other Disciplines (Yamamoto Cranial Acupuncture YNSA)

3.5.    Constitutional Imagery, Archetype and Diathesis

Module 4. Pathophysiology.

4.1.    Metabolic Networks

4.1.1.    Main Metabolic Pathways and their Clinical Implication: Carbohydrate Metabolism Fat Metabolism Protein Metabolism

4.2.    Inflammation

4.2.1.    Main Inflammatory Mediators and their Pathways
4.2.2.    Microbiota and Inflammation
4.2.3.    Inflammation in Chronic Pathologies

4.3.    Immunity

4.4.    Neuropsychiatry and Biological Decoding

4.4.1.    Main Neurotransmitters and their Functions
4.4.2.    Gut-Brain Axis
4.4.3.    Brain/Immune System Interactions
4.4.4.    Microbiota and Depression

Module 5. Diagnosis, Clinical and Complementary Analyses

5.1.    Clinical Examination and Contact

5.1.1.    Medical History
5.1.2.    Semiological Aspects of the IM Pulsology Neurofocal Dentistry, Oral Health, and TMJ Posturology and Kinetic Chains Chronobiology Chronobiology from Biochemistry

5.2.    Erythrocyte Fatty Acids
5.3.    Bone Metabolism
5.4.    Heavy Metal Test

5.4.1.    Heavy Metal Testing, Timeliness and Performance
5.4.2.    Heavy Metal Testing Objectives

5.5.    Study of Intestinal Microbiota and Intestinal Permeability
5.6.    Genetic Tests

5.6.1.    Performance of Genetic Tests
5.6.2.    Relevance and Usefulness in IM

5.7.    Food Intolerance

5.7.1.    Detection and Approach
5.7.2.    Anamnesis in Intolerance

5.8.    Allergies GSE, Celiac Disease
5.9.    Health Technology

5.9.1.    Bioresonance
5.9.2.    Thermography

5.10.    Other Diagnostic Techniques

Module 6. Environmental Medicine

6.1.    Basic Concepts of Toxicology
6.2.    Diseases Caused by Environmental Factors

6.2.1.    Respiratory Allergies
6.2.2.    Cardiovascular Disease and Heavy Metals
6.2.3.    Cancer and Autoimmune Diseases as an Environmental Disease
6.2.4.    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
6.2.5.    Central Sensitization Syndrome
6.2.5.    Fibromyalgia

6.3.    Electromagnetism

6.3.1.    Electrosmog

6.4.    Chemical and Nutritional Sensitivities

6.4.1.    Chemical Sensitivity
6.4.2.    Food Sensitivity

6.5.    Endocrine Disruptors

6.5.1.    Definition
6.5.2.    Endocrine Disruptors

6.6.    Creating Optimal Environments for the Restoration of Health

6.6.1.    Sick Building Syndrome
6.6.2.    Tools for the Prevention and Detection of Unhealthy Environments

Module 7. Approach to Frequent Chronic Diseases in Integrative Medicine I

7.1.    Environmental Illnesses

7.1.1.    Fibromyalgia
7.1.2.    Chronic Fatigue
7.1.3.    Electrosensitivity
7.1.4.    Multiple Chemical Sensitivity

7.2.    Dermatology
7.3.    Digestive System

7.3.1.    Gastritis
7.3.2.    Liver Diseases
7.3.3.    Adult Celiac Disease

7.4.    Respiratory System

7.5.    Neurology

7.5.1.    Migraines
7.5.2.    Epilepsy
7.5.3.    CVA
7.5.4.    Peripheral Neuropathies.    

Module 8. Approach to Frequent Chronic Diseases in Integrative Medicine II

8.1.    Oncology

8.1.1.    Molecular Mechanisms.

8.2.    Diet Therapy in Cancer
8.3.    Approach Techniques in Oncology

8.3.1.    Oncothermia and Hyperthermia
8.3.2.    Metabolic Treatment
8.3.3.    Endovenous Techniques
8.3.4.    Supplementation and Interactions
8.3.5.    Aromatherapy
8.3.6.    Mind-body Techniques

8.4.    Palliative Care
8.5.    Endocrine

8.5.1.    Obesity
8.5.2.    Thyroid Disease Hyporthyroidism Hyperthyroidism Thyroid Physiology and Multinodular Goiter. Solitary Thyroid Nodule

8.5.3.    Adrenal Gland Disorders
8.5.4.    Insulin Resistance and Diabetes

8.6.    Locomotor System.

8.6.1.    Osteoarticular Pathology
8.6.2.    Rachis Pathology Movement Sciences Approach Visceral Osteopathy Approach

8.6.3.    Pain Relieving Techniques Arthritis Other Injuries. Arthralgia and Myalgia

8.7.    Nephrology

8.7.1.    Lithiasis Renal
8.7.2.    Glomerulonephritis
8.7.3.    Chronic Renal Insufficiency

8.8.    Infectious Diseases

8.8.1.    Lyme Disease
8.8.2.    Slow Virus Disease EBV, CMV, HSV, VZV

8.9.    Cardiovascular

Module 9. Ethical and Legal Aspects.

9.1.    Cooperation in the Practice of ICTM (Bioethics)
9.2.    Ethics in Clinical Decision-Making

9.2.1.    The Code of Conduct

9.3.    Legislation, Scopes of Action

9.3.1.    Informed Consent
9.3.2.    European Regulation GDPR 2018
9.3.3.    Professional Competencies

Module 10. Genomic Medicine 

10.1.    Introduction to Genomic Medicine
10.2.    Polymorphisms. Epigenetics
10.3.    Nutritional Genomics

10.3.1.    Nutrigenomics.
10.3.2.    Functional food
10.3.3.    Personalized Diet Therapy

10.4.    Pharmacogenomics
10.5.    Biomedicine. Biochemistry Overview

Module 11. Advances in Integrative Medicine Techniques

11.1.    Platelet Factors 
11.2.    Neural Therapy 
11.3.    Microimmunotherapy. 
11.4.    Mycology and Immunomodulation 
11.5.    Ozone Therapy 

11.5.1.    Biochemical Principles and Ozone Mechanism of Action 
11.5.2.    Clinical Evidence

11.6.    Orthomolecuar Supplementation, Phytotherapy and Interactions

11.6.1.    Phytotherapy. 

11.7.    Advances in Integrative Nutrition 

11.7.1.    Anti-Inflammatory Diet 
11.7.2.    Ketogenic Diet
11.7.3.    Fasting 
11.7.4.    Diet Therapy to Rebalance Microbiota 

Module 12. Integrative Medicine and Pediatrics 

12.1.    Introduction to Integrative Pediatrics
12.2.    The First 1000 Days of Life

12.2.1.    The Importance of Nutrition During Pregnancy. Supplementation
12.2.2.    The Importance of Breastfeeding
12.2.3.    Most Important Childhood Nutritional Deficits

12.3.    Nutrition

12.3.1.    From 2 Years Onwards: The Harvard Plate

12.4.    Nutritional Disorders
12.5.    Mucosal Inflammation Syndrome. Pathophysiology of the Most Prevalent Pediatric Diseases
12.6.    Dysbiosis and Pediatric Uses of Probiotics
12.7.    Child Integrative Oncology
12.8.    School for Parents
12.9.    Childhood Mental Disorders

Module 13. Women's Health in Integrative Medicine 

13.1    Puberty
13.2.    Fertility and Pregnancy

13.2.1.    Motherhood and its Challenges. Feeding
13.2.2.    Complementary Techniques to Support IVF Acupuncture Wellness Therapy (Supplementation, Body-Mind, Balneotherapy...) 

13.3.    Recurring Diseases in Gynecology

13.3.1.    Candidiasis.
13.3.2.    Recurrent Cystitis
13.3.3.    Myomas
13.3.4.    Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
13.3.5.    Endometriosis
13.3.6.    VPH infection
13.3.7.    Dysmenorrhea, Premenstrual Syndrome and Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder
13.3.8.    Fibrocystic Mastopathy

13.4.    Menopause

13.4.1.    Most Frequent Problems
13.4.2.    Integrative Medicine Approach

Module 14. Gerontology and Pathologies related to Oxidative Stress 

14.1.    Advances in Chronological Age Research

14.1.1.    Aging Population

14.2.    Measures for Active and Healthy Aging

14.2.1.    Health Antiaging

14.3.    Neurology

14.3.1.    Alzheimer’s Disease and Cognitive Deterioration Parkinson’s Disease Sensory Dysfunction

14.3.2.    Biomechanics Arthritis and Osteoarthritis Osteoporosis and Sarcopenia Muscles as a Metabolic Organ

Module 15. Mental Health and the Helping Relationship 

15.1.    Life History

15.1.1.    Pathochrony

15.2.    Epidemiology and Prevalence of Mental Illness in the Population

15.2.1.    Epidemiology in Mental Illness
15.2.2.    Prevalence of Mental Pathology in the Population

15.3.    Advances in Neuropsychiatry

15.3.1.    Neuropsychiatry in the 21st Century

15.4.    Illness as a Pathway

15.4.1.    Coping with Illness
15.4.2.    Psychological Impact of Illness

15.5.    Introduction to Coaching

15.5.1.    Powerful Questions
15.5.2.    Coaching Tools

15.6.    Effectiveness of Mind-Body Techniques in the Therapeutic Approach

15.6.1.    Yoga and Mindfulness
15.6.2.    Breathing Techniques
15.6.3.    Sound Therapy. Music Therapy
15.6.4.    Cardiac Coherence
15.6.5.    Bioenergetic Techniques
15.6.6.    Art Therapy and Creative Processes
15.6.7.    Psychoanalysis

Module 16. Research 

16.1.    Evidence-Based Medicine in Integrative Medicine.
16.2.    Fundamentals of Applied Research in TCAM
16.3.    Collaborative Work, Networks, and Resources in TQM Research

Module 17. Information and Communication Technologies Applied to Integrative Medicine

17.1.    Legal Aspects Related to the Application of ICT in Integrative Medicine for Nursing

17.1.1.    European Regulation GDPR 20117

17.2.    Use of Biometric Tools

17.2.1.    Use and Function of Biometric Tools

17.3.    Application of Digital Clinical Self-Questionnaires

17.3.1.    Regulations
17.3.2.    Data Exploitation

17.4.    Use of Digital Medical History

17.4.1.    Management of Digital Files
17.4.2.    Structure and Collection of the Digital Medical History

17.5.    Platforms and Databases for Health Professionals

17.5.1.    Specific Platforms for Healthcare Professionals
17.5.2.    Databases.

17.6.    Create and Manage Your Own Digital Structure

17.6.1.    Related Economic Aspects
17.6.2.    Web Design and Development

17.7.    Search Engines and Marketing Strategies

17.7.1.    Positioning.
17.7.2.    SEO
17.7.3.    SEM
17.7.4.    Algorithms

17.8.    Videoconsultation

17.8.1.    Positive and Negative Aspects
17.8.2.    Implementation in Consultation

17.9.    Software Models of Interactions Based on Genomic Medicine

17.9.1.    Software Models
17.9.2.    Genomic Medicine and its Interaction with Development Software

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