These gatherings are open to both conventional and integrative medicine researchers, clinicians, and educators from across Boston. The aim of the series is to support inter-disciplinary learning and discuss the application of integrative medicine therapies.
The format includes pre-selected discussants comprising a panel, audience Q&A, and may include the presentation of a patient. Each month a different institution from across Harvard and Greater Boston will be invited to give a clinical case presentation.
“Keeping Placebos Honest”
Presenter: Ted Kaptchuk
Presenting Institution: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
01/01/18 Cancelled in observance of New Years Day
02/05/18 "Respiratory-Gated Vagus Nerve Stimulation for Enhancing Autonomic Regulation", presented by Vitaly Napadow, PhD, LicAc, Massachusetts General Hospital
03/05/18: (Clinical) “Managing Uncertainty and Fear of Recurrence in Cancer: A Mind-Body
Perspective”, presented by Daniel Hall, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital
04/02/18: (Research) TBD
05/07/18: (Clinical) Presented by Ryan Zaklin, MD, North Shore Medical Center
06/04/18: (Research) “Brain Plasticity Associated with Tai Chi and Qigong Mind-Body Training: Studies in Pain and Aging”, presented by Jian Kong, MD, Massachusetts General Hospital
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Held Monthly, First Tuesday’s
8:00am – 9:00am Followed by networking coffee hour (9:00am-10:00am)
Bornstein Family Amphitheater
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
45 Francis Street, Boston MA, 02115
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