November 28, 2015 – NIWH Confirms Research Collaboration Agreement with MSU College of Human Medicine

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NIWH Confirms Research Collaboration Agreement with
MSU College of Human Medicine

November 28, 2015 – WELLESLEY, MA – The National Institute of Whole Health confirmed today that it has signed a Collaborative Research Agreement with Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine. This agreement is the culmination of several years of discussion and research outcomes produced by MSU participants investigating NIWH’s Whole Heath Education – Behavioral Engagement with Pure Presence model.

While a formal Press Release is being prepared, Dr. Georgianna Donadio, NIWH’s Program Director has this to say about the collaboration, “We are extremely pleased to have MSU as a collaboration partner in researching our model of Behavioral Engagement with Pure Presence. MSU is an outstanding research institution, and we look forward to working with them to bring BEPP into mainstream medicine.”


About National Institute of Whole Health

Since its inception in 1977, the National Institute of whole health has held a compelling vision for American health care. Today, 38 years later, that vision has become a reality in mainstream medicine and health care with the inclusion of chronic care coordination, whole person health information, wellness advocacy and self-directed care. The recently published multi-award-winning, bestselling book “Changing Behavior”, documents the development and research of Whole Health Education at various Boston hospitals that began in 1980. For more information, please visit Media Contact: Conor MacCormack, at 888-354-4325 or

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