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The Wellbeing Leadership Retreat Series for Health Professionals

December 9, 2019- February 11, 2020-  April 14, 2020 
8:00AM - 4:30PM
Charlson Meadows 1601 MN-7, Victoria, MN 55486

A whole person, whole systems approach for health professionals that improves the wellbeing of individuals, teams and organizations, and focuses on personal growth and wellbeing, whole systems leadership, and organizational transformation.
Register here.
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Inaugural Advances in Integrative Nutrition Conference

The Notary Hotel
21 N. Juniper Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
October 31 - November 3, 2019

The Department of Integrative Medicine and Nutritional Science at the Institute of Emerging Health Professions/Jefferson will host their inaugural event, "Advances in Integrative Nutrition." Nutrition is a foundational component of health. Applying key nutritional concepts can be a critical aspect of optimal wellness. This 3.5 day intensive training course provides the framework for developing a patient-centric approach to providing evidence-based nutritional guidance and care. Program content will explore the interconnectedness of body systems, applied nutritional biochemistry, and emphasis on assessment of symptomatic and functional nutrition markers.

*Jefferson residents & students should contact IEHP for a reduced registration rate coupon code at 215-503-1111.

Register here.

Current Topics in Infectious Diseases

Saturday, November 2, 2019
NYU Langone Health
550 First Avenue, Alumni Hall, New York, NY 10016

The field of infectious diseases has become increasingly visible to physicians and laymen alike owing to the emergence and re-emergence of diseases such as HIV/AIDS, pandemic influenza and infections caused by “superbugs” such as methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. New information evolves rapidly, making it difficult for the practicing physician to remain abreast of the latest developments. This course will provide the latest, practical, evidence-based information and expert opinion on the epidemiology, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of important infectious diseases likely to be encountered by the practicing physician. Lectures, case-based discussion and question and answer sessions will be delivered by nationally and internationally recognized leaders in infectious diseases.

This course is intended for Primary care physicians, general medicine internists, family practitioners, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and other allied health professionals.

More details.

List of medical education opportunities (sponsored by organizations with philosophies and values similar to SGIM's) of potential interest to SGIM members: 

American College of Rheumatology’s CARE: Geriatrics
Looking for a way to earn MOC points? The ACR’s CARE: Geriatrics program  is a 30 question online self-assessment tool designed to assess the geriatric rheumatology knowledge base of physicians. As many physicians care daily for an aging population and rheumatologic conditions frequently occur in the elderly, this program will help identify knowledge gaps and improve patient care.

Upon successful completion physicians can claim up to 10 AMA PRA Category 1 CME credits™ and/or 10 points in the self-evaluation of medical knowledge category in the ABIM Maintenance of Certification program. Learn more.

Cancer Survivorship: Fundamentals for Primary Care

Friday, November 15, 2019
Zuckerman Research Center, New York, NY

More and more, cancer survivors are being cared for by non-oncology providers. Understanding potential toxicities related to chemotherapy, radiation, immunotherapy and hormone therapy is essential in providing comprehensive care for all stages of survivorship. During this one-day symposium on caring for cancer survivors in the primary care setting, attendees will hear speakers from cardiology, endocrinology, integrative medicine, behavioral health, nursing, medicine, and clinical genetics. The symposium will address the entire spectrum of cancer survivorship care: monitoring and management of late- and long-term effects ranging from cardiotoxicity to cognitive changes, screening for other malignancies, and promotion of healthy lifestyles.

This course is intended for primary care providers who are interested in learning more about how to care for cancer survivors.

Course details and registration can be found HERE.