A homecoming evening wtih Andrew Weil, MD
"Health is a wholeness and balance, an inner resilience that allows you to meet the demands of living without being overwhelmed . . ." -- Andrew Weil, MD
Andrew Weil, MD, delivered the inaugural lecture of the Brind Distinguished Lectureship in Integrative Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital on March 16, 2000.
A Philadelphia native and graduate of Harvard Medical School, Dr. Weil is a leader in the integration of Western medicine and alternative medicine. He is internationally recognized as a teacher, researcher and author.
He is the founder of the Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center, where he is training a new generation of physicians. An entertaining and informative speaker, Dr. Weil prescribes proven methods that will help you live healthier and assist your body in its efforts to heal naturally.
The one-hour lecture was originally recorded to videotape and later converted to QuickTime; quality is sometimes choppy.
Recommended CitationWeil, Andrew, "A homecoming evening wtih Andrew Weil, MD" (2000). Integrative Medicine Lectures, Presentations & Grand Rounds. Presentation 1.