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Integrative Medicine for the Underserved's 4th Annual Conference: 
Integrative Healthcare for All: Extending Our Reach

Webinar Registration Only – Register Today

Schedule – View Webinar Schedule

Friday & Saturday, September 4–6, 2014
NCNM Campus

NCNM is pleased to host this conference (previously held in California), on our Portland campus. NCNM and Integrative Medicine for the Underserved (IM4U) will offer the IM4Us 4th Annual Conference available through NCNM as a live online webinar! 

Integrative medicine is often seen in our culture to be for the wealthy, involving expensive supplements and treatments that low-income patients cannot afford. Most of the educational opportunities that currently exist on this topic are geared towards clinicians in private practice with patients who are willing and able to spend money on such treatments. The reality is that many integrative treatments are not only more effective but also more cost-efficient, and many community clinics and other practices are already using these strategies with underserved populations.

This conference will discuss affordable integrative approaches to common acute and chronic diseases, share evidence-based best practices regarding integrative approaches to health, discuss unique ways to utilize group medical visits, and provide a like-minded community base for activism around integrative medicine for underserved populations. In addition, this conference attempts to cross disciplines to unite the work already being done in various communities across the nation.

Educational Objectives for Conference

  • Provide practical information to increase the capacity of working clinicians of diverse disciplines and backgrounds to provide integrative medicine and lifestyle counseling to underserved communities
  • Connect and foster community among clinicians across disciplines with an interest in integrative medicine for the underserved
  • Highlight existing sustainable models and structures of practice in integrative medicine for the underserved
  • Build a North American movement for Integrative Medicine for the Underserved
  • Help shift the paradigm in health care towards one of wellness, prevention, patient empowerment, and self-care. 

Presentations & Schedule

This webinar is available online as a live webinar via Adobe Connect – test your computer's compatibility.

Questions? Please call 503.552.1517 or e-mail ceregister@ncnm.edu

If you would like to attend the conference in person, visit the IM4Us website.


Webinar Registration*

  • Regular registration fees apply to all MDs, DOs, NDs, RNs, NPs, CNMs, PAs, Lacs, Chiropractors, Psychologists, administrators, and any other attendees also eligible for CME. 

  • Discounted registration fees apply to all other attendees.

  • Early Bird Pricing will apply through August 1, with increased charges obtaining after that date. Registration will be accepted through 6 pm on August 29.

  • IM4U Members have member pricing discounts available: Become a IM4U member

    CME Information

24 AMA PRA Category 1 credits approved (accepted by OBNM)
24 PDAs to be applied for with NCCAOM
 

Early Bird Registration, Friday & Saturday Events – ends August 1, 2014

Regular, IM4U Member, eligible for CME $300
Regular, Non-member, eligible for CME $330
Discounted, IM4U Member $200
Discounted, Non-member $230

 

General Registration – starts August 2, 2014

Regular, IM4U Member, eligible for CME $360
Regular, Non-member, eligible for CME $385
Discounted, IM4U Member $260
Discounted, Non-member $290
 

Webinar pricing includes Friday and Saturday programs only: View Webinar Schedule

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About Integrative Medicine for the Underserved

IM4Us is a unique educational experience for physicians and other health care professionals and administrators to learn about affordable integrative approaches to common chronic diseases, share evidenced-based best practices regarding integrative approaches to health, discuss unique ways to utilize group medical visits, and prove a like–minded community base for activism around integrative medicine for underserved populations.