|Saturday, May 26, 2012
| 2012 Integrative Health Conference
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM
The mission of the 2012 Integrative Health Conference is to recognize the existing examples of integrative health in Georgia and to facilitate future development of leadership in integrative health.
Registration: Early Registration (Deadline Feb. 15th)- $75
Regular Registration Deadline April 16th- $ 99
Late Registration/At the Door Registration - $ 125
Students (Limited to the First Fifty Students Registered) - $50
Yoon Hang John Kim, M.D., M.P.H.
Dr. John Kim is an expert in integrative medicine. He is the director at Georgia Integrative Medicine, a multidisciplinary integrative medicine clinic located near Atlanta, Georgia. He trained with Dr. Andrew Weil as a residential fellow at the University of Arizona. Dr. Kim has published more than 20 articles in integrative medicine. He currently serves as a faculty at the University of West Georgia and serves as the program director for the Integrative Health Studies at the University of West Georgia.
Kenneth Brigham, M.D.
A Professor of Medicine at the Emory University School of Medicine, the Director of the Emory/Georgia Tech Predictive Health Institute, and its Center for Health Discovery and Well Being, Dr. Brigham is guiding integrative health into the 21st century with an institution wide effort. He is globally renowned for his innovative research in gene therapy technology, and the use of gene therapy to a variety of inherited and acquired lung disorders.
Plenary Session Speakers:
Emory/Georgia Tech Predictive Health Institute
Athens Regional Medical Center - Mind Body Institute
University of West Georgia - Integrative Health Studies Certificate Faculty Panel
Expert Panel from public institution and private practice
• Nurses, and Allied Health Professionals
• Mental Health Counselors (Psychologists, LPCs, social workers, master level therapists, etc)
• Complementary and Alternative Medicine Professionals & Interested Public
2012 Integrative Health Conference: State of Integrative Health in Georgia was made possible by support from the College of Social Science & the College of Education at the University of West Georgia.