Please join us for Community Healthcare Network’s First Annual Integrative Medicine & Community Nutrition Symposium.
Underserved communities face widespread disparities in health, including healthcare access and access to healthy foods. One of the goals of the Integrative Medicine & Community Nutrition Symposium is to reduce these disparities by providing a forum for advocacy and sharing of best practices and program modeling.
The event will consist of a series of breakout sessions to discuss topics including mind/body medicine and stress reduction, non-diet approaches using the Health At Every Size (HAES) model, integrative approaches to mental health, and alternative therapies for pain management. With this conference, Community Healthcare Network hopes to reduce these disparities and create best practices to improve services for patients and their communities.
3 CME credits will be offered by New York Health and Hospitals for participation. Register Today!
- Minding the Mind: Cultivating Resilience with Mind-Body Medicine to Mitigate Medical Provider Burnout
- Corbin Hill Food Project: Using a Place-Based Approach to Improving Health and Nutrition in NYC Communities
- The Benefits of Mindfulness: What is the evidence?
- Non-Diet Approaches Using the Health At Every Size® (HAES) Model: Why diets fail and how to apply alternative counseling approaches that do not involve dieting for weight loss
- Integrative Approaches to Pain: Evidence for non-pharmacological modalities, wellness approaches, and supplements for chronic pain
- Advocacy for Nutrition & Wellness at the Ground Level: Medically tailored meals and medical nutrition therapy as an intervention in healthcare