THEME: Integration at an Advanced Level – Why is this so important in treating Chronic Illness and Cancer?
7:45am Jeremy Phillips Opening comments
8:00am – 8:45am Dr. Paul Anderson - Keynote Why integrate, what does that look like and how do Advanced Applications fit in? In this opening session, Dr. Anderson will set the stage for the three days as well as providing introductory examples of integration across Autoimmunity, Cancer and Chronic Infections.
8:45am – 9:30am Dr. Gary Foresman Managing patients in a truly integrative manner In this session, Dr. Foresman will provide a framework to place holistic thinking into the internal process of managing and following complex cases.
9:30am – 10:00am Dr’s. Foresman and Anderson Integrating healing across lines – A clinical discussion In this session, the doctors will discuss their own processes for integration and engage the delegates in the process.
10:00 am - 10:30 am
10:30am – 11:30am Dr. Nasha Winters “It’s never just Cancer” – An integrative Oncologists perspective In this session, Dr. Winters will discuss her perspectives regarding true integration in the care of patients with cancer.
11:30am – 12:30pm Dr. Lyn Patrick How environmental factors crosses all lines in Chronic Illness In this session, Dr. Patrick will take a “top down” look at the far reaching effects of environmental toxicants in all facets of Chronic Illness.
THEME: Advanced Integration in Medicine – Tips from experienced Clinicians
2:15pm – 3:15pm Dr. Gary Foresman Integration in Medicine: Clinical case examples Dr. Foresman will use his years of experience to relate case examples of integration across the types of Chronic Illness
3:15pm - 4:00pm Dr. Paul Anderson The biological crossover points of Autoimmunity, Cancer and Chronic Infections In this session, Dr. Anderson will briefly outline the points of contact and crossover between autoimmunity, Cancer and Chronic Infections, illustrating how these points can lead to better integration.
4:00 pm - 4:30 pm
4:30pm- 5:15pm Dr. Paul Anderson Integration in Medicine: Clinical case examples In this follow up to his prior talk, Dr. Anderson will give case examples showing the crossover points in Chronic Illness
5:15pm – 5:45pm All Faculty Experts Q & A Panel: “How does the clinician manage integration?”
THEME: Advanced Topics relating Genomics and Environmental Medicine to Chronic Illness and Cancer
8:00am – 10:00am Dr. Paul Anderson Genomics, Chronic Illness and Cancer: Where are we and what do we know? In this session, Dr. Anderson will discuss clinical genomics as they relate to Cancer and Chronic Illness. He will include case examples and discuss the latest in Nutrigenomics.
10:00 am - 10:30 am
10:30am – 12:30pm Dr. Lyn Patrick Environmental toxicants and Immune Dysregulation: Effects on Infectious Disease and Autoimmunity – Part 1 Dr. Patrick will deliver the first of a two part presentation about the deleterious effects of environmental toxicants and immune dysregulation.
THEME: Environmental Toxicants and the Importance of Food and Digestive Health in Chronic Illness and Cancer
2:15pm – 3:15pm Dr. Lyn Patrick Environmental toxicants and Immune Dysregulation: Effects on Infectious Disease and Autoimmunity – Part 2 Dr. Patrick will deliver the second of a two part presentation about the deleterious effects of environmental toxicants and immune dysregulation, including case and treatment examples.
3:15pm – 4:00pm Dr. Nasha Winters Digestive health and diet in those who are chronically ill or have Cancer Part 1 of a two part session on this important topic. Best practices in diet and therapy as well as enhancement of the digestive system in Chronic Illness will be discussed.
4:00 pm - 4:30 pm
4:30pm- 5:30pm Dr. Nasha Winters Digestive health and diet in those who are chronically ill or have Cancer Part 2 of a two part session on this important topic. Best practices in diet and therapy as well as enhancement of the digestive system in Chronic Illness will be discussed.
5:30pm – 6:00pm All Faculty Experts Q & A Panel “Genes, Environment and Nutrition”
6:00pm – 7:30pm Dr. Paul Anderson Hor’s D’oeures and AAMP Think Tank: Future physician planning for AAMP attendees and membership”. We have found some of the best “new topic” areas come from the feedback of practicing physicians, often in casual conversation at conferences. In this brief evening session, Dr. Anderson will meet with delegates for informal Q & A and discussion of future topics of interest as well as outlining the next webinars and the Portland, Oregon Fall AMP meeting.
THEME: Constitution and Case Management in Chronic Illness and Cancer – 1
8:30am – 10:30am Dr. Paul Anderson Non-resolving (or slowly resolving) Cases: What to do; What to think. In this session, Dr. Anderson will draw upon thousands of patients interactions in the arena of Cancer and Chronic Illness, to lay out a format to fall back on in slowly (or non) resolving cases. Examples from his practice will be included.
10:30 am - 11:00 am
11:00am – 11:45am Dr. Nasha Winters Cancer Prevention In the chronically ill, without Cancer, the need for Cancer prevention can be great. In those with Cancer, “secondary prevention” is an incredibly important consideration. In this “to the point” discussion, Dr. Winters will use her specialty knowledge and experience to outline the best practices for this important topic.
THEME: Constitution and Case Management in Chronic Illness and Cancer – 2 “What to do on Monday Morning”
1:30pm – 2:45pm Dr. Paul Anderson Advanced therapy integration for synergy: Oral, Diet, Injection/IV, Detoxification, Hormonal, Hyperbaric, Hyperthermia and other therapies When to use them and how they can fit together.
2:45pm – 3:15pm Dr. Paul Anderson Management of the Stressed out, very ill patient and physician In this, to the point session, Dr. Anderson will share ideas and experiences relating to management of patient expectations, follow up timing and issues, and the physicians own health in this demanding area of chronic illness care.
3:15pm – 3:45pm Expert Q & A Panel “Taking Integration of Advanced Therapies back to the Office: What to do next?”
Our goal at AAMP is to have opportunities between our two “live” events to grow our community, answer questions and learn. We know the struggle of getting home with a lot of new information and then trying to implement it!
Two live webinar follow up events with live Q&A (these will be recorded and available for attendees to view any time after recording).
Access at no charge to the consult web portal for clinical questions for all AAMP attendees.
Discounts for selected online CE and learning events for all AAMP attendees.