Integrating the core disciplines of medicine and dentistry, A.T. Still University’s Missouri School of Dentistry & Oral Health (ATSU-MOSDOH) prepares graduates to lead the future of greater access to and advocacy for dental health – the gateway to overall, whole body health and wellness.
Osteopathic medicine is centered in whole person healthcare, an integrated approach to treating each patient holistically.
At ATSU, students and faculty are part of a distinguished heritage of humanistic healthcare based on an integrated approach that includes the body, mind, and spirit of each patient. All three elements work in tandem to provide a more thorough and highly personalized healthcare delivery model that promotes wellness and meets the healthcare needs of each patient. This approach distinguishes ATSU for innovation in post-graduate healthcare education. Graduates become compassionate leaders proposing global health solutions and meeting unmet community health needs.
Each program, from dentistry to audiology, family practice to public health, integrates the principles of whole person healthcare into its curriculum and emphasizes the important role of health education, health coaching, and well-coordinated treatment plans that foster collaboration with each patient.
Integrated, experiential learning forms the base of ATSU’s educational foundation. Each student is encouraged to participate in a wellness program, to study nutrition, psychology, and problem-based learning, and to join in the many co-curricular activities that bring faculty and students together not only to optimize learning but also to enlighten and inspire.