Integrative Medicine and Physician Health is the theme of TMA's Physician Health and Wellness Training Session and 23rd Annual Retreat, which will take place Feb. 26–27 at Lakeway Resort and Spa in Austin. Presented by the TMA Committee on Physician Health and Wellness (PHW), the conference is accredited for a maximum of 11.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™, 8.25 designated as ethics and/or professional responsibility education.
The conference targets physicians of all specialties; members and consultants of state and county medical society PHW committees; district coordinators; and hospital representatives, including chiefs of staff, medical staff coordinators, and members of hospital-based peer assistance committees. Those who attend will learn about complementary and integrative medicine as an augment to conventional treatment, the correlation between physician health and patient care, and how to respond to patients who ask about medicinal marijuana.
Presentations during the conference include An Introduction to Integrative Medicine: A Look at the Evidence and Ethics; Spirituality and Medicine; How to Give an Effective Presentation; Yoga and Psychiatry Therapy; Taking Care of Ourselves Through Nutrition and Exercise; Yoga (interactive session); Be Here Now! Practice in Incorporating Mindfulness in the Workplace; Transcendental Meditation; Meditation Is the Medicine of the Mind; Integrative Medicine and Cancer Care; and Medical Marijuana: Current Issues.
Register online. To request a brochure or for additional information, contact Linda Kuhn at (800) 880-1300, ext. 1342, or (512) 370-1342, or by email.
Action, Jan. 18, 2016
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