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Total Health from the Soil Up

Total Health from the Soil Up A Clinical Conversation with Daphne Miller, MD, and Robert Rountree, MD Dr. Rountree: And so you got a sense, as a child, that Daphne Miller, MD, is a family physician, clinical pro- there were vastly different cultures out there. fessor at the University of California San Francisco, research Dr. Miller: Yes. The Peace Corps expectation was that we, as scientist at the University of California Berkeley School of a family, integrate as much as possible: live in a local neigh- Public Health, and lead faculty at the Lifelong Family Med- icine Residency Program in Richmond, California, where she borhood, go to local schools, learn the language, and make directs the Community and Integrative Medicine Curriculum. friends and social connections that were distinctly not American. Dr. Miller is a graduate of Brown University and Harvard Like military kids, I had a sense of being a rolling stone, but I was Medical School and completed her family medicine residency also expected to integrate into the local culture. For better or for and a National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded primary care worse, this made me adaptable and gave me the skills needed to research fellowship at University of California, San Francisco navigate http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Alternative and Complementary Therapies Mary Ann Liebert

Total Health from the Soil Up

Total Health from the Soil Up

Alternative and Complementary Therapies , Volume 27 (5): 6 – Oct 1, 2021

Abstract

A Clinical Conversation with Daphne Miller, MD, and Robert Rountree, MD Dr. Rountree: And so you got a sense, as a child, that Daphne Miller, MD, is a family physician, clinical pro- there were vastly different cultures out there. fessor at the University of California San Francisco, research Dr. Miller: Yes. The Peace Corps expectation was that we, as scientist at the University of California Berkeley School of a family, integrate as much as possible: live in a local neigh- Public Health, and lead faculty at the Lifelong Family Med- icine Residency Program in Richmond, California, where she borhood, go to local schools, learn the language, and make directs the Community and Integrative Medicine Curriculum. friends and social connections that were distinctly not American. Dr. Miller is a graduate of Brown University and Harvard Like military kids, I had a sense of being a rolling stone, but I was Medical School and completed her family medicine residency also expected to integrate into the local culture. For better or for and a National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded primary care worse, this made me adaptable and gave me the skills needed to research fellowship at University of California, San Francisco navigate

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Mary Ann Liebert
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Copyright 2021, Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
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1076-2809
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1557-9085
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10.1089/act.2021.29342.dmi
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Abstract

A Clinical Conversation with Daphne Miller, MD, and Robert Rountree, MD Dr. Rountree: And so you got a sense, as a child, that Daphne Miller, MD, is a family physician, clinical pro- there were vastly different cultures out there. fessor at the University of California San Francisco, research Dr. Miller: Yes. The Peace Corps expectation was that we, as scientist at the University of California Berkeley School of a family, integrate as much as possible: live in a local neigh- Public Health, and lead faculty at the Lifelong Family Med- icine Residency Program in Richmond, California, where she borhood, go to local schools, learn the language, and make directs the Community and Integrative Medicine Curriculum. friends and social connections that were distinctly not American. Dr. Miller is a graduate of Brown University and Harvard Like military kids, I had a sense of being a rolling stone, but I was Medical School and completed her family medicine residency also expected to integrate into the local culture. For better or for and a National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded primary care worse, this made me adaptable and gave me the skills needed to research fellowship at University of California, San Francisco navigate

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Alternative and Complementary TherapiesMary Ann Liebert

Published: Oct 1, 2021

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