Integrative Oncology Patient Navigator Training Program

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Sponsored by

Maryland University of Integrative Health • SMITH CENTER FOR HEALING and the ARTS

Start Date


$ 1200

Multiple days?


CEUs avail?


For which accreditation?

BCNS/CNS: 44 NPCE Credits
Nutritional Therapy Association (NTA): 24 health CEUs National Board of Health and Wellness Coaching (NBHWC: 36 CE units National Association of Nutrition Professionals (NANP): 40 CECs ICF Coaching Education International Coaching Federation (ICF): 13 CCEs



The Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH) Professional and Continuing Education (PCE) and Smith Center for Healing and the Art’s innovative Integrative Oncology Patient Navigation Training Program will vastly expand one’s knowledge of complementary health therapies and enhance your skills to empower patients/clients in accessing integrative cancer care resources that support them with an individualized, holistic approach.

Online, Self-Paced, On-Demand Professional Certificate Program. Time to Complete: Two (2) years upon initial enrollment

Program Outcomes:

Upon increasing knowledge about integrative cancer care, learners can inform patients/clients of a wider range of complementary therapy and care options.
Learners will be able to offer a deeper level of support by identifying physical, emotional, and spiritual resources and assisting patients/clients in gaining access to these resources.
Learners working in clinical healthcare settings will be able to complement options offered by conventional oncology with additional resources to address the unique healing needs of their patients with an integrative approach to healthcare, according to the guidelines of their professional scope of practice.

Estimated Time to Complete: 8-course modules with multiple lessons, activities, handouts, assessments, and experiential activities; approximately 45 hours total (self-paced, with two (2) years access to content)