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Nutrition, Complementary, and Alternative Medicine (NCAM) at UCLA, David Geffen IMSIG, and the UCLA Center for East-West Medicine will be hosting the Annual Conference for Integrative Medicine on Saturday, February 2, 2013.
Learn about the role of Integrative Medicine in transforming modern healthcare, meet experts in the field, and experience integrative healing methods first-hand!
Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
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When & Where
SIM at UCLA / David Geffen IMSIG / UCLA CEWM
Students for Integrative Medicine (SIM, formerly NCAM) is a student group at UCLA that strives to raise student awareness for evidence-based, integrative, and whole-person approaches to medicine and health. The healthcare paradigm we support is one that is characterized not only by the elimination of disease, but by interprofessionalism, health promotion, prevention, and person-oriented care.
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The David Geffen Integrative Medicine Student Interest Group (IMSIG) provides a forum for medical students to learn, challenge, explore, share, and experience Integrative Medicine through sponsorship of speakers, practical workshops, and discussions. IMSIG hopes to provide medical students with a unique capacity to effect positive, healing transformations in all aspects of patients’ lives while also realizing the motto, “Physician, heal thyself.”
The mission of the UCLA Center for East-West Medicine is to improve health, well being, and the quality of life of people by blending the best of Modern Western medicine with Traditional Chinese Medicine to provide healthcare that is safe, effective, affordable, and accessible. Its programs include education, research, and resource development, among others.
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