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Integrative Medicine Research on Adaptive Psychosocial Responses to Life-Threatening or Chronic Illness

Friday, March 29, 2013

 

 

“Integrative Medicine Research on Adaptive Psychosocial Responses to Life-Threatening or Chronic Illness”

 

Perry Skeath, Ph.D.

Assistant Director of Research

Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine

University of Arizona College of Medicine

 

 

 

 

 

 

CME Presentation

 

7:30 a.m.: Radiology Conference, Sitterley Board Room, Room, 8305 

9:00 a.m.: Grand Rounds, Sitterley Board Room, Room 8305

Objectives: Participants should be able to:

  1. Describe how IM research can be designed for effective study of poorly-understood clinical phenomena
  2. Express the process of life-transforming change as it has occurred in cancer survivors
  3. Identify additional recommendations to rheumatology patients that could facilitate their psychosocial adaptation to their condition

 

Target Audience: Physicians and other health care providers

Methodology: Lecture

Disclosure: Dr. Skeath has nothing to disclose.