Sixth International Conference of the Society for Integrative Oncology (SIO New York 2009)
Venue: New York Academy of Medicne
|Event Date/Time: Nov 12, 2009||End Date/Time: Nov 13, 2009|
|Registration Date: Nov 13, 2009|
|Early Registration Date: Jul 31, 2009|
|Abstract Submission Date: Jul 31, 2009|
|Paper Submission Date: Jul 31, 2009|
Sixth Annual International Conference
of the Society for Integrative Oncology
Hear about the latest cutting-edge research
Present your own research
Interact with leading experts during social occasions
Network and forge new collaborations
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Abstract submissions and registration will open May1, 2009; last day of submission will be June 30
Whole Systems and Integrative Care
Original research, education, clinical practice, workshops, and more
For physicians, nurses, social workers, naturopaths, psychologists, psychiatrists, palliative care, acupuncturists, massage therapists, music therapists, TCM practitioners, traditional health care practitioners, nutritionists, exercise and lifestyle coaches, pharmacists, herbalists, scientists, administrators
Low special rates for patients and advocates
CME certification provided through Columbia University
Chair: Kara Kelly MD, Columbia Presbyterian Hospital
Scientific Program Committee
Reduced rates for SIO members
Location: New York Academy of Medicine, New York see location
Plenary Speaker: Dean Ornish MD
Dean Ornish MD: Your Genes Are Not Your Fate
Attend our Dinner at the Famous Metropolitan Club on 5th Ave: Celebrate the Society for Integrative Oncology's 6th Annual Conference
The Society for Integrative Oncology will host a dinner and cocktails on the evening of Friday, November 13th at the Metropolitan Club, New York. Conference attendees will have the opportunity to register for the banquet. Corporations or institutions are invited to buy tables. More details.
Metropolitan Club, 5th Avenue, New York
For more information on exhibiting, registration, and to purchase places at the Metropolitan Dinner, including corporate tables, please contact Laura Yasso at Columbia University, New York:
Telephone: (212) 305-3334
Fax: (212) 781-6047
More reasons to attend our 6th international meeting in New York
Find out about our highly-successful 2008 conferences in Atlanta and Shangai:
Over 750 people attended from most health care backgrounds!*
Comments from our 2008 attendees:
"the information provided here helps me to present some of the research to my colleagues and to make decisions on strategies to use in my work with my patients..."
"evidence-based studies can be shared with colleagues, patients and other practitioners to improve level of education on CAM....stimulates research ideas... "
and much more....
"excellent presentations...great speakers.....learn how to integrate therapies into daily oncologic care of patients....nothing but praise for CAM and this society....the presentations were well organized, varied, delivered by a broader range of practitioners and applicable...very stimulating â€“ loved some abstracts, felt keynote excellent...research abstracts were outstanding...provided information on all aspects of complementary medicine...ideas for how to approach various research challenges ...I can further educate my patients...more resources for what I already do...key speakers who sparked additional thought ....ideas to go home and fill in gaps in our area... really enjoyed the final panel......stimulates need to educate colleagues...I feel more comfortable discussing CAM with patients...good review of supportive information, especially for the survivor...practical guidelines...as a naturopathic physician working in an integrative cancer center with a surgeon, radiation, and medical oncologists, this helped me to communicate with my colleagues... excellent updates and study data... development of networks with colleagues for both clinical practice and research... excellent cross-section of current abstracts/research with live peer review and response..."
Did the conference meet your expectations? 92% said YES!
Did the conference provide you with practical information that could improve the effectiveness of your day-to-day practice? 91% said YES!
Revitalizing Cancer Care: Comprehensive Interdisciplinary Programs and Whole Systems Research
Goal of this Conference
The goal of this conference is to synthesize the evidence from various health care practices in order to derive models of integrative systems that can benefit patient management. In addition to analysis of the parts, the conference aims to emphasize the importance of the whole in designing cancer programs within the Western healthcare system. We propose an important contribution to Health Care Reform, using the best of current scientific evidence with new ideas derived from various global health care systems. We aim to derive improved models within a culture of scientific exploration and the compassionate delivery of health care services. We welcome research submissions on all aspects of integrative medicine and oncology, including acupuncture, botanicals, mind-body medicine, therapeutic massage and other systems, music therapy, exercise, nutrition, supplements, health care systems and practice, and more.
Thursday, November 12, 2009
7:30 AM- 8:00 AM Breakfast provided/Exhibits
8:00 AM- 8:30 AM Introduction/Welcome
Stephen Sagar, MD; Kara Kelly, MD, Debra Barton RN PhD
1) Educating researchers on theory of whole systems
2) Educating integrative practitioners on quality of evidence and gaps in knowledge for each whole system:
8: 30 AM â€“ 9:20 AM
Keynote Lecture: Dean Ornish (Western Whole Systems)
9:20 AM â€“ 10:00 AM
Keynote Lecture: Marja Verhoef (Whole Systems Research Methodology)
10:00 AM â€“ 10:30 AM Break/Refreshments/Exhibits
10:30 AM â€“ 12:00 PM
Session 1: Whole System #1 (Ayurveda)
a)Theory/Practice (Nancy Lonsdorf) (30 min); b) Research Overview (Anand Dhruva) (30 min); c) Abstracts (20 min); d) Critical Review/Summary of Level of Evidence/Research Direction (Debra Barton) (5 min); e) General Discussion/Comments (5 min)
12:00 PM â€“ 1:00 PM Lunch provided: Wellness and Cancer (Speaker NIH: TBD)
1:00 PM â€“ 2:30 PM
Session 2: Whole System #2 (Naturopathy)
a) Theory/Practice (Dan Labriola) (30 min); b) Research Overview (Dugald Seely) (30 min); c) Abstracts (20 min); d) Critical Review/Summary of Level of Evidence/Research Direction (Heather Greenlee) (5 min); e) General Discussion/Comments (5 min)
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
1) Proferred Abstracts (6) (Moderator: Steven Melnick); OR 2) Integrative Oncology Education and Training Across Disciplines; a) Integrative Oncology Residency/Fellowship Training (Donald Abrams); b)Naturopathy (TBD-representative of FABNO); c) Music Therapy (Suzanne Hanser); d) Massage Therapy (MD Anderson); e) Traditional Chinese Medicine (NCCAOM).
4:00 PM-4:30 PM Break/Refreshments/Exhibits
4:30 PM â€“ 6:00 PM
Best of SIO Proferred Abstracts (6)
6:00 PM â€“ 7:30 PM
Poster Session/Reception (including highlight of student poster awards)
Friday, November 13
7:00 AM â€“ 8:00 AM
Meet the Experts/Networking Breakfast Session
8:00 AM â€“ 8:30 AM
SIO Business Meeting
8:30 AM â€“9:15 AM
Keynote Lecture: Ted Kaptchuck (TCM)
9:15 AM â€“ 10:45 AM
Session 3: Whole System #3 (TCM): a)Theory/Practice (Jonathan Daniel) (30 min; b) Research Overview (Helene Langevin) (30 min); c) Abstracts (20 min); d) Critical Review/Summary of Level of Evidence/Research Direction (Simon Yeung) (5 min); e) General Discussion/Comments (5 min)
10:45 AM - 11:15 AM Break/Refreshments/Exhibits
11:15 AM- 12:30 PM
1. Proferred Abstracts (5) Preclinical research and Clinical
12:30 PM -1:30 PM Lunch provided: Symposium on Ginseng
1:30 PM â€“ 3:00 PM
Session 4: Whole System #4 (Homeopathy): a) Theory/Practice (Moshe Frenkel) (30 min); b) Research Overview (Wayne Jonas) (30 min); c) Abstracts (20 min); d) Critical Review/Summary of Level of Evidence/Research Direction(5 min); e) General Discussion/Comments (5 min)
3:30 PM â€“ 4:00 PM Break/Refreshments/Exhibits
4:00 PM â€“ 5:30 PM
Whole Systems Into Practice (with focus on the whole systems highlighted in the conference) (moderators: David Rosenthal, Stephen Sagar)
5:30 PM â€“ 5:45 PM
Closing Session President Elect: Donald Abrams, MD
7:30 PM Banquet at Metropolitan Club
Celebrate our 6th on 5th!
Join us to celebrate the Society for Integrative Oncology's 6-year growth to become the premier organization representing the interests of patient advocates, health care professionals, and corporate providers. We will also honor important leaders in integrative cancer care. The dinner will be held at 7.30 pm to 11.00 pm on Friday, 13th November at the famous Metropolitan Club on 5th Avenue, south of the New York Academy of Medicine. Location.
The Metropolitan Club
1 E. 60th St, (60th & 5th Avenue)
New York, NY 10022
A New York City landmark, The Metropolitan Club was built in 1894 by noted architect Stanford White (Washington Square Architect). The club was commissioned by JP Morgan, reportedly after several of his industrialist friends were spurned by some of the elite private clubs of the day in the city. Designed in the high style and master artisanship of its day and beautifully restored, the Metropolitan Club's membership has included many of New York's leading families throughout its 115- year history including the Vanderbilts, Whitneys, Roosevelts, Hamiltons, Cromwells, Browns and many more.
This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to treat yourself, experiencing cocktails and dinner at this celebrated club full of history, European architecture and art. Corporations and institutions can purchase a table-for-8: you can display your logo at the table, your corporation will be announced, and you can select any guests of your choice.
GUEST SPEAKER: Richard Cooper MD, DSc. "The Future of Integrative Oncology through Professionalism and Collaborative Practice."