Please select the integrative therapies that you have prior experience with and estimate your level of proficiency or your interest in learning more about these therapies. Estimate your level of proficiency using the following scale: 1=have been introduced to the therapy/have some knowledge of it; 2=practice or apply the therapy with self or patients; 3=able to teach the therapy; indicate you are interested in learning more about this therapy by checking the "Interest" column for relevant therapies (Note: You may only select Interest if you have a "1" level proficiency or have not indicated any proficiency).
If you have proficiency/interest with other integrative therapies not listed above, please list them in the table below.
Each row of the table represents a therapy. To indicate your proficiency/interest, type the therapy name into the corresponding proficinecy and or interest level columns (Note: You may only indicate "Interest" if you have a "1" level proficiency or have not indicated any proficiency).
Please upload a short personal statement that exemplifies your passion, motivation, and ideas about implementing an integrative approach to the nursing education program(s) in which you currently teach or have influence over. Consider how you will lead in this curriculum transformation process for your course(s), your program, and your nursing institution as a whole. Your statement should be no more than 250 words; statements exceeding 250 words will not be considered.
As you prepare your personal statement, please address the following:
Please upload your most current CV/Resume.
Letter of Support
Please upload a letter of support from a supervisor or colleague/peer in your primary teaching program. The letter should not exceed 250 words and should address your leadership strengths and your leadership potential in curriculum development.
Letters of Support can not be provided by supervisors or colleagues currently applying to the INFF Fellowship. However, Letters of Support from currently serving or graduated Fellows are acceptable.