Total Health Institute Unveils Health Education Scholarship Program Total Health Institute will award a $1,000 scholarship to the winner of a blog writing competition to 'describe the doctor of the future'.
WHEATON, Ill., Jan. 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Students interested in pursuing a career in alternative and holistic healing have the opportunity to earn $1,000 toward their continuing education with the announcement of the Total Health Institute Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Health Education Scholarship.
The program, open to any student currently enrolled in a collegiate institution, aims to assist students who have a passion for holistic medicine, alternative cancer treatment, healing through prayer in Christ, and living a healthy lifestyle.
"We want to give any student with the drive and determination to pursue their passion the means to do so. The next great discovery in Complementary medicine is always just around the corner, and we want to help put the dream within reach of a deserving student," said Dr. Keith Nemec, Director of the Total Health Institute (http://www.totalhealthinstitute.com/).
To apply, students must compose and publish a blog post anywhere online, other than Facebook, with the preferred platform being official College and University blogs. The blog should detail the student's concept of 'the doctor of the future' and must be at least 300 words and contain a link to www.totalhealthinstitute.com. Applicants should send a URL to the blog post, along with their name, school and area of study, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Entries must be received by December 1, 2013, and the winner will be notified via email and posted on the Total Health Institute website.
The submissions will be judged on originality, creativity and social media engagement.
"The changing face of treatment continues to force an evolution amongst medical professionals, and we're excited to see how students picture themselves practicing when they complete their education," said Dr. Nemec.
As one of the leading alternative healing facilities in the country, the Total Health Institute treatment center in Wheaton, IL has administered its proprietary wellness regime called 'The Seven Basic Steps to Total Health' to thousands of patients with illnesses ranging from cancer and heart disease to weight disorders and depression. Directors Dr. Keith & Laurie Nemec employ therapeutic practices which address the body, mind and spirit to promote whole-body healing and recovery.
Additional scholarship details and information can be found at http://www.totalhealthinstitute.com/thi-cam-health-education-scholarship/.
SOURCE Total Health Institute