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Learn to Apply Precision Medicine

Our virtual programs offer a comprehensive education in Precision Medicine, preparing practitioners with the functional knowledge to facilitate lifestyle and behavioral changes to support patients in achieving their health and wellness goals.

NBHWC Accredited
Precision Medicine Training Program
$5,995
The Precision Medicine Training Program (formerly the Wild Health Fellowship) is a comprehensive and immersive 6-month education in genetics-based health care. This program is accredited by the National Board of Health and Wellness Coaching and prepares fellows to sit for the NBHWC exam. Fellows are also eligible to claim up to 50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for completing this program. Each cohort is limited to ensure an engaging learning experience, and comes complete with live webinars, mentoring opportunities, and hands-on training.
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BASIC TRAINING
Fundamentals of Precision Medicine Course
$2,995
The Fundamentals of Precision Medicine Course is a comprehensive, self-guided curriculum designed to teach current or aspiring health professionals the basics of genetics-based Precision Medicine. Fully asynchronous, this course offers participants 12 in-depth learning modules to prepare for real-patient application, along with the opportunity to engage with the Wild Health Education faculty. Participants are eligible to claim up to 50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for completing this course.
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What to Expect

The NBHWC- accredited Precision Medicine Training Program prepares health care practitioners to incorporate genetics-based Precision Medicine into their care approach. This immersive, 6-month training comes complete with a comprehensive curriculum taught by board-certified physicians who practice Precision Medicine, accompanied by live weekly webinars, one-on-one mentorship, and practical experiences.
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NBHWC Accredited Curriculum

This in-depth, 6-month program is led by licensed professionals and constantly updated in line with the evolution of scientific discovery. Providing a comprehensive training in Precision Medicine – covering genomics, longevity, chronic disease, health coaching, and more – it prepares Fellows to sit for the NBHWC exam. Preview the curriculum here.

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Live Weekly Webinars

Weekly, hour-long live webinars feature faculty-curated lectures, live patient visits, case studies, and Q&As with Precision Medicine experts.

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Practicum Patients

Fellows gain hands-on experience working with self-submitted practicum patients to apply Precision Medicine through personalized health reports informed by genetic and lab analyses.

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Mentorship

One-on-one mentorship is reserved for Fellows, affording them the opportunity to gain invaluable insight directly from Precision Medicine practitioners.

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CME Accreditation

Postgraduate Institute for Medicine designates the enduring material Wild Health Precision Medicine Fellowship for a maximum of 50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity (more information).

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Community

Fellows have the opportunity to engage with Wild Health Education faculty, alumni, and other learners through our exclusive Slack community.

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Special Access + Discounts

Fellows are offered early access and a discounted rate to attend the annual Wild Health Summit, as well as a discount to Wild Health’s Precision Medicine service.

The Fundamentals of Precision Medicine Course prepares health professionals to apply genetics-based Precision Medicine when working with patients. This self-paced course includes a comprehensive modular curriculum, along with the opportunity to connect with Wild Health’s network of Precision Medicine providers.
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Self-Guided, Online Curriculum

Comprehensive, asynchronous educational course that prepares participants to apply genomics-based Precision Medicine, covering: genomics, longevity, chronic disease, health coaching, and more. Preview the curriculum here.

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CME Accreditation

Postgraduate Institute for Medicine designates the enduring material Wild Health Precision Medicine Fundamentals for a maximum of 50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity (more information).

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Community

Participants have the opportunity to engage with Wild Health Education faculty, alumni, and other learners through our exclusive Discord community.

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Special Discounts

Participants receive a discounted rate to attend the annual Wild Health Summit, as well as a discount to Wild Health’s Precision Medicine service.

Participant Testimonials
Transforming lives:
Participant Testimonials
Transforming lives:
"To be able to give my patients real world, up-to-date information about their health and how to achieve their optimum state of “wellness” has been so inspiring! I am able to reassure them that their high cholesterol levels are not just because they are “eating badly” or their sleep disturbances are really related to their genetic makeup."

Marty R.

Fundamentals Client

Participant Testimonials
Transforming lives:
"I’ve been participating in the fellowship for just over two months and my mind is blown by the amount of knowledge I’ve gained…I feel that this is going to help with being able to provide personalized care specific to each individual. The genetic testing will be an eye-opener for so many as to what they’re specifically prone to and…why change might be necessary."

Annalise G.

January 2022 Fellowship Class

Participant Testimonials
Transforming lives:
"Wild Health has been a game-changer for me...I love that [my care team] looks at me as a WHOLE and helps me in all the areas of my life. As a physical therapist, I frequently refer my clients to Wild Health to learn and become healthier versions of themselves, too."

Alexis M.

July 2022 Fellowship Class

Wild Health Education Faculty

Mike Stone
Chief Education Officer
Abby Stich
Education Program Director
Bailey Moberly
Training Program Director
Trei Tackett, FNP
Director of Health Coach Education
Nathan Barry
Fellowship Health Coach
Carl Seger
Faculty Physician
Mark Goodman
Faculty Physician
Matthew Dawson, MD
Founder and CEO
Mike Mallin, MD
Founder and CMO
Jennifer Collier
Faculty Health Coach

More about our programs:

How does Precision Medicine differ from traditional medicine?

Most of the medical world follows what are referred to as ‘general guidelines’ based on statistics to provide diagnoses and treatments that work for the majority of people. In Precision Medicine, we start with your DNA and an extensive lab panel (if purchased) to get a holistic picture of your health. With your results, we review genetic factors unique to you, as well as personalized interventions to turn certain genes on or off – we can turn “on” your good genes with certain lifestyle choices. We combine all of this into a personalized health plan just for you.

Who typically enrolls in the educational programs?

Both the Precision Medicine Training and Fundamentals Course are suited for a variety of backgrounds. While having experience in health coaching, wellness, or medicine is beneficial, additional resources are provided to participants to assist in understanding more medically-driven concepts. If you have an interest in changing the world of health care for the better, our programs offer an incredible educational experience in Precision Medicine.

How do I enroll in the Precision Medicine Training Program?

Apply to join our next cohort by clicking here. Applications are reviewed within one business day and accepted applicants will receive instructions for scheduling an interview with a member of our team. Cohorts begin each January and July.

Is the Precision Medicine Training Program a Fellowship?

The Precision Medicine Training Program - formerly known as the Wild Health Precision Medicine Fellowship - provides an interactive fellowship-style education format.

How does enrollment work for either program?

The Precision Medicine Training Program is split into two cohorts throughout the year, beginning each January and July. The Fellowship roster is limited to ensure an intimate learning experience for fellows.

Enrollment for the Fundamentals of Precision Medicine Course is on a rolling basis.

Is financial aid offered for either program?

A Tuition Reduction Program is available for the Precision Medicine Training Program only. For more information on this, please apply for the program. Upon acceptance, candidates will be provided next steps, including instructions for applying for tuition reduction.

Are there any in-person opportunities?

Yes – anyone who participates in either program is invited to attend and receives a special discount for our annual Wild Health Summit. Fellows in the Precision Medicine Training Program exclusively receive invitations to a Summit Kickoff Event.

Will I have the opportunity for clinical shadowing?

Fellows in the Training Program have the opportunity to enroll at least two practicum patients to provide care alongside a Wild Health care team in order to practice the educational material. Practicum Patients will receive an exclusive discount code to participate.

After the course is completed, will I still have access to content?

Precision Medicine Training Program fellows get lifetime access to the program materials while participants of the Fundamentals Course receive access to their materials for 1-year from the purchase date.

How much time can I anticipate committing to each program?

Fellows can anticipate spending an average of 8-10 hours per week on the program, including time spent in weekly webinars, reading/listening, and working with practicum patients.

Fundamentals Course participants have the freedom to self-pace the 12-module course on their own time.

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CME Information

Date of Original Release: January 1, 2022
Date of Most Recent Review: January 1, 2022
Termination Date:
December 31, 2025

Accreditation
In support of improving patient care, this activity has been planned and implemented by the Postgraduate Institute for Medicine and American Academy of HIV Medicine. Postgraduate Institute for Medicine is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.

Credit Designation
Postgraduate Institute for Medicine designates this enduring material for a maximum of 50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 

Needs Assessment 
The need for this educational activity was determined by assessment and review of data and literature on the topic, practice gap assessment, and self-assessed practice gaps of the learners through the Wild Health application process. 

Target Audience
This activity is designed for physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners, and health coaches who want to incorporate genomics-based precision medicine into practice.

Goals
The purpose of this activity is to provide participants with evidence-based practice information specifically in the areas of genomics-based precision medicine that can be applied to practice upon completion of the fellowship.

Objectives
Upon completion of this activity, you should be able to:

  1. Describe the overall approach to personalized precision medicine and health coaching.
  2. Differentiate between single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) and genetic mutations, and describe the role of epigenetics in DNA expression and phenotypic impact on patients.
  3. Identify key SNPs, their mechanism of action and impact, and the interventions associated with the SNPs, and their role in precision medicine.
  4. Develop strategies and intervention for individualized exercise prescription, training, and recovery based on the patient’s lifestyle, preferences, and genetic factors.
  5. Identify individual factors from genetics, laboratory data, and lifestyle that can be modified to reduce the risk for development of chronic diseases, including hypertension, insulin resistance/diabetes, cardiovascular disease, dementia/Alzheimer’s, hypothyroidism, and osteoporosis/osteoarthritis, and to screen for chronic diseases and implement individualized approaches for management.
  6. Utilize genetic and lifestyle factors as well as supplement characteristics to impact optimization of vitamins, minerals, and other supplements to create a tailored patient management plan.
  7. Manage gastrointestinal conditions by identifying key physiologic and clinical elements of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), and intestinal permeability, as well as utilizing genetic and lifestyle factors as well as supplement characteristics to effect positive change in the microbiome.
  8. Utilize lifestyle interventions within precision medicine to decrease stress and promote behavioral change, mindfulness, motivation, and sleep optimization.
  9. Utilize genetic and lifestyle factors to optimize approaches to men’s and women’s health conditions, including fertility and HRT.
  10. Identify the genetic factors affecting autoimmune disorders, and apply lifestyle interventions and appropriate supplements to manage autoimmune disorders.
  11. Apply current recommendations and approaches to screening and reducing risk for breast, cervical, lung, prostate and colon, and skin cancer.

Faculty Disclosure
Postgraduate Institute for Medicine (PIM) requires faculty, planners, and others in control of educational content to disclose all their financial relationships with ineligible companies. All potential conflicts of interest (COI) are thoroughly mitigated according to PIM policy. PIM is committed to providing its learners with high quality accredited continuing education activities and related materials that promote improvements or quality in healthcare and not a specific proprietary business interest of an ineligible company.

The faculty reported the following relevant financial relationships with ineligible entities related to the educational content of this CE activity. These relationships have been mitigated:

Mr. Chadwick Tackett, activity planner, author, reviewer, and speaker, reported receiving gifts/gratuities through affiliate links with Thorne supplements and Botanic Tonics.

Ms. Ariana Fiorita, Dr. Carl Seger, Dr. Erin Donaldson, Ms. Julia Priest, and Dr. Mark Goodman, speakers, authors, and planning committee members, reported no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies.

Dr. Chirag Panchel, Mr. Chrys Jones, Ms. Cristen Walker, Dr. Jeffrey Graham, Dr. Jennifer Rossi, Dr. Mike Mallin, Mr. Nathan Barry, Mr. Nashad Godrej, and Dr. Tom McCoy, authors and speakers, reported no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies.

The PIM planners have nothing to disclose. The Wild Health planners have nothing to disclose.

Commercial Support
This activity received no commercial support.

Earning Credit
To earn credit for this activity, complete the 12 monthly modules, the post-activity test, and the post-activity evaluation, and your CME certificate will be provided for you.

Hardware/Software Requirements
A computer or laptop with internet access is required for completion of this activity.

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Certification & Training

What
Health Coaches will have the ability to become NBHWC Certified. Eligibility to sit for board certification is contingent on completion of the entirety of the Precision Medicine Training Program. 

When
Enrolled fellows will receive access to their first course module on January 1, 2023 and participate in a live training on Thursday January 6, 2023, from 12:00-1:00pm Eastern Time. The program will run through July 2023, but grant fellows lifetime access to the continuously updated online modules.

Once the program is completed in it entirety, fellows will be eligible to sit for the below 2023 exam blocks:

  • November 6th-30th, 2023

Education Requirements
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Upon completion of this activity, you should be able to:

  • Live Training- 72 hours total
    • Program Webinar
      • Thursday’s 12:00-1:00pm EST: Weekly, hour-long live webinars feature faculty-curated lectures, live patient visits, case studies, and Q&As with Precision Medicine experts.
    • Coaching Webinar
      • Tuesday’s 6:00-8:00pm EST OR Wednesday’s 12:00-2:00pm EST: Weekly, 2-hour-long live webinars feature faculty-curated coaching specific lectures with Precision Medicine experts and NBHWC accredited faculty.
    • Our program attendance policy allows you to make up, up to 6 hours of synchronous coaching content if you're unable to attend a live webinar.
  • Online Curriculum -75 hour minimum
    • This in-depth, 6-month program is led by licensed professionals and constantly updated in line with the evolution of scientific discovery. Providing comprehensive training in Precision Medicine – covering genomics, longevity, chronic disease, health coaching, and more – it prepares Fellows to sit for the NBHWC exam. Preview the curriculum here.
    • The online modules are released every 15-days and may be completed at your own pace via desktop or mobile device. After completion of the course, fellows will receive lifetime access to the continuously updated, recorded lectures.
  • Practical Skill Assessment (PSA)
    • Students are required to complete three 20 minute practice coaching sessions. Each 20 minute coaching session must be recorded and submitted to faculty for review. Once you have completed your coaching session and a 20 minute faculty feedback session you can proceed to your next practice coaching call.
  • Coaching Log
    • Once students have received a satisfactory evaluation PSA they may begin to log the required coaching session to sit for the National Certification Examination, all health and wellness coaches are required to provide a written log of 50 health and wellness coaching sessions that meet this criteria .
  • Additional Details
    • We recommend exploring the NBHWC Frequently Asked Questions here, for more information regarding eligibility, exam application, recertification, etc.

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