Conference for Integrative Medicine

Students for Integrative Medicine (SIM, formerly NCAM) at UCLA, David Geffen Integrative Medicine Student Interest Group (IMGSIG), UCLA Center for East-West Medicine (CEWM) present

Annual Student Conference for Integrative Medicine (ASCIM 2014):
Early Student Registration NOW OPEN. $10 with Student I.D.

Saturday, March 1st, 2014, 10am-4pm | UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center, Tamkin Auditorium

Click HERE to register!

Interested in whole-person medicine? Join 150+ pre-health and professional students from Southern California in learning how a whole-person approach to medicine can address the healthcare needs of the 21st Century.  This day-long event will include hands-on workshops demonstrating a biopsychosocial, nutritional, and environmental framework for health cultivation (including Tai Chi, Yoga, Creative Arts Therapy, and Chinese Herbal Medicine), a diverse health professional student panel, and keynote addresses from prominent leaders in integrative healthcare.

Featuring:

  • Victoria Maizes, MD, University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine

  • Michael Goldstein, PhD, UCLA Fielding School of Public Health & UCLA Healthy Campus Initiative

  • Interactive workshops (Tai Chi, Yoga, Creative Arts, Herbal Medicine, and more!)

  • Professional Student Panel (Including Nursing, Osteopathic, Naturopathic, and Oriental Medicine)

For more information, visit http://exploreim.ucla.edu/events/ASCIM-2014/. See attached for flyers. For off-campus groups, click here for suggested accommodations.

Students for Integrative Medicine (SIM, formerly NCAM) is a student organization at UCLA that provides a forum to learn, experience, share, and explore Integrative Medicine through professional and peer networks. We investigate and promote awareness of different whole medical systems, healthcare systems, and explore ways to maintain a healthy lifestyle.


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