January 10, 2021 @ 8:45 am – 4:00 pm
Touro University

The 3rd annual Integrative Medicine Symposium is focused on deepening knowledge of evidence-based complementary and integrative approaches to healthcare.

Integrative Medicine recognizes that the health of the individual is predicated on physical, emotional, mental, social and spiritual health. Beyond that, integrative medicine also recognizes that each individual is inextricably connected to the broader community.

From this knowledge, the theme for this symposium emerged: Nurturing the Individual and Sustaining Communities. By increasing exposure to evidence-based integrative practices and introducing new frontiers in integrative medicine, we hope to help provide clinicians the tools to nurture the individual patients they encounter. In recognizing the systemic and structural inequities within the healthcare system that hurt both patients and clinicians, we can better serve and nurture the health of our communities.

This year’s symposium has been divided into four tracks:​ Physician and Patient Wellness, Complementary and Holistic Medicine, Community Medicine and Structural Racism, and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine. The four tracks we selected highlight the interface between the personal and societal structures that impact our patients’ well-being.

In addition to these four tracks, we will be offering ample opportunities for self-care through cooking workshops, movement workshops, yoga and mindfulness practices. Additionally, as we all yearn for connection in this time of uncertainty, we are delighted to foster interpersonal connection throughout the day with additional Q&A time during presentations and a dedicated social lounge to discuss our shared passion for integrative and functional medicine.

The program is a Continuing Medical Education (CME) event, but also open to the general public (non-CME registration).
CME registration is available for an early bird discount ($180) until December 20
Non-CME registration $20

Learn more and register here!