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2016UNIVERSITY OF MIAMIMILLER SCHOOL OF MEDICINECME/CE PROGRAMON BOARD WITHHOLISTIC HOLIDAY AT SEA*All CME courses are also approved for CEs

Accreditations and ObjectivesAccreditation: This live activity, Holistic Holiday at Sea 2016, with a begin date of February 27, 2016, has beenreviewed and is acceptable for up to 37.75 obtainable (Prescribed/Elective) credit(s) by the American Academyof Family Physicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participationin the activity. AAFP Prescribed credit is accepted by the American Medical Association as equivalent to AMA PRACategory 1 Credit toward the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award. When applying for the AMA PRA, Prescribedcredit earned must be reported as Prescribed credit, not as Category 1 Credit.40.75 Continuing Education Units have been approved by the Florida Boards of Acupuncture, Dentistry, ClinicalSocial Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, Mental Health Counseling, Psychology, Pharmacy and the FloridaCouncil of Dietetics. CE Provider Number: 50-268237 Continuing Education Units have been approved by the Florida Board of Chiropractic Medicine. CE ProviderNumber: 50-2682Continuing Education Credit (CEU):This seminar has been planned and implemented in accordance with theessential areas and policies of the Florida Board of Nursing for Continuing Education Provider #50-2105.Credit designation: 41 CEU’s have been approved by the University of Miami School of Nursing and HealthStudiesThis Program has been submitted to the Commission for Case Manager Certification for approval to provideboard certified case managers with 40.75 clock hours.Overall Course Objectives:1. Critically review and appraise recent clinical nutrition research and determine how to apply thesefindings in practice.2. Identify the misconceptions concerning clinical nutrition and evaluate according to evidence basedresearch.3. Analyze the benefits and the risks of plant-based diets.4. Assess the application of various dietary patterns on cognitive functioning.5. Use evidence based physical examination techniques to help determine a patient’s nutritionalstatus.6. Analyze the role of phytonutrients in reducing risks for chronic disease.7. Analyze the importance of oxidative stress on common chronic medical conditions.8. Examine herbal and dietary supplements and interactions with prescribed medication.9. Review the risk and benefits of supplementation.10. Apply basic behavioral medicine approaches to help patients live a healthy lifestyle.11. Analyze the role of stress management and physical activity in reducing the risk of chronicdiseases.12. Assess patients' psychological and neuropsychological well-being, and develop strategies to support andimprove health and quality of life.13. Develop health-coaching skills to assist patients in making crucial changes to support their health.14. Identify key strategies to treat chronic illnesses, including diabetes and high blood pressure.15. Assess what current research indicates about the relationship between spirituality, mindfulnessconcepts, and physical and emotional health. Apply appropriate concepts to patient care.16. Evaluate a patients' nutritional status, and be able to recommend dietary changes or supplementation.17. Analyze the relationships between diet, exercise, lifestyle, and diseases such as cancer, heart disease,Alzheimers, diabetes. Analyze the relationships between intake of certain proteins and substanceswithin populations and risk of diseases within those populations.*All CME courses are also approved for CEs

Greetings!The University of Miami Integrative and Complementary Academic Medicine Programs (iCamp)welcomes you to the 2016 Holistic Holiday at Sea Continuing Education Program!This CME/CE program has a daily listing of all the possible CME/CE classes available. The first classstarts Saturday afternoon at 4pm in the Pantheon Theater.Please remember to sign in and out of each class. The sign-in sheets are the only way we can documentyour hours. At each class, look for the UM banner with an iCamp team member wearing an orange poloshirt. They will have sign-in sheets for you. Also, please complete the simple evaluation sheet for eachclass. Evaluations can be turned in to any iCamp team member or dropped off at the UM/iCampHospitality Desk.Stop by our Hospitality Desk located on Deck 6, Mid-Ship Atrium Area on the right side of the ship if youhave any questions, or just want to say ‘Hi’. We will post our daily hours. Please refer to the Key belowto locate your classes.Enjoy your cruise!iCamp TeamKey: Lectures and Dining Rooms:BWBlack and White Lounge, Deck 7, Back of ShipGGalaxy (Disco), Deck 16, Mid-back of ShipSSSky and Stars Conference Room, Deck 16, Mid-backTPantheon Theater, Deck 6 & 7, Front of ShipKey: Outdoor Classes:PPool, Deck 14, Mid-shipSASports Arena, Deck 16, Back of ShipSL 18Solarium, Deck 18, Mid-back of Ship on leftSaturday, February 27th - Port of Miami4:00-5:00 pmCruising Into Health – Behavior Changes to SupportHealth – Neal Barnard, MD*All CME courses are also approved for CEsCEDeck 6Room T

Sunday, February 28th - At Sea7:00-8:00 amMindful Meditation Practice – Sharon Gutterman, PhDCERoom TDeck 69:00-10:30 amKickstart Your Health – Neal Barnard, MDCME/CERoom T, Deck 69:30-10:30 amDo-in Self Massage Therapy – Lino Stanchich, CCN, LMTCE Room SADeck 1810:45-12:00 pmThriving on a Plant-Based Diet – Michael Klaper, MDCME/CERoom T, Deck 62:15-3:45 pm4:00-5:30 pm8:30-10:00 pmKeynote: The Origin and Meaning of the China StudyResearch – T. Colin Campbell, PhDCME/CEFrom Table to Able: Combating Disabling Diseases withFood – Michael Greger, MDCME/CEAn Intensive Plant-Based Diet for Diabetes Management –Neal Barnard, MDCME/CE*All CME courses are also approved for CEsRoom T, Deck 6Room T, Deck 6Room BW, Deck 7

Monday, February 29th – At Sea7:00-8:00 amMindful Meditation Practice – Sharon Gutterman, PhDCERoom TDeck 69:00-10:30amStem Cell Therapies – Shalesh Kashual, MD, PhDCME/CERoom G, Deck 169:00-10:30am9:30-10:30amMore than an Apple a Day: Preventing and Treating ourMost Common Diseases – Michael Greger, MDCME/CEDo-in Self-Massage Therapy – Lino Stanchich, CCN, LMTCERoom T Deck 6Room SA, Deck 610:45-12:00 pm2:15-3:45pm4:00-5:30pmKeynote: Power Foods for the Brain: Nutrients, Diets, andLifestyle to Enhance Memory and Cognition – NealBarnard, MDCME/CEUprooting the Leading Causes of Death – Michael Greger,MDCME/CECheese: How Breaking the Secret Addiction canRevolutionize Your Health – Neal Barnard, MDCME/CERoom T, Deck 6Room T, Deck 6Room T, Deck 6Tuesday, March 1stCharlotte Amalie/ St. Thomas – 9:00am – 6:00pm7:00-8:00 amMindful Meditation Practice – Sharon Gutterman, PhDCERoom TDeck 6Life in the Fast Lane: Understanding and Dealing withDaily Stress – Robert Schwartz, MDCME/CE2:15-3:45pmNatural Molecular Rheostats: The Future of TreatingChronic Diseases – Shalesh Kashual, MD, PhDCME/CE4:00-5:30pmConducting a Nutritional Assessment – David Blyweiss,MDCME/CECampbell Family Comprehensive Plant-Based Q&A – T.Colin Campbell, PhD & Tom Campbell, MDCME/CEKeynote: The Latest in Clinical Nutrition: Year InReview – Michael Greger, MDCME/CE8:30-9:45 am4:00-5:30pm8:15-9:45pm*All CME courses are also approved for CEsRoom G, Deck 16Room BW, Deck 7Room BW, Deck 7Room T, Deck 6Room T, Deck 6

Wednesday, March 2ndSan Juan, Puerto Rico – 8:00am – 4:00 pm7:00-8:00am8:30-10:00am2:15-3:45pmDo-In: Self-Massage Therapy – Lino Stanchich, CCN,LMTCEVisualization and Self-Talk to Promote a HealthyLifestyle – Janet Konefal, PhDCME/CEFood Choices and More in Health – Larry Kushi, Sc. DCME/CERoom SL, Deck 18Room G, Deck 18Room T, Deck 64:00-5:30pmThe Gut-Brain Axis – David Blyweiss, MD4:00-5:30pmThe Origin and Meaning of Whole: Rethinking theScience of Nutrition – T Colin Campbell, PhDCME/CERoom BWCME/CERoom T, Deck 68:15-9:45pmKeynote: From Operating Room Table to Dining RoomTable: The Evolution of a Nutritionally-Aware Physician –Michael Klaper, MD*All CME courses are also approved for CEsCME/CERoom T, Deck 6

Thursday, March 3rd - At Sea7:00-8:00 amMindful Meditation Practice – Sharon Gutterman, PhDCERoom TDeck :00-5:30pmThe Food-Mood Connection: How Psychological Wellbeing is Affected by Nutrition Metabolism, ChemicalCarcinogenesis & Enzyme Function – T. Colin Campbell,PhDCME/CEDo-In: Self-Massage Therapy – Lino Stanchich, CCN,LMTCEHealthy Bones: Preventing and Reversing Osteoporosis –Michael Klaper, MDCME/CEKeynote: GMO Foods: What Are They and How They mayAffect Your Health – David Blyweiss, MDCME/CE“Leaky Gut” Probiotics and You – Michael Klaper, MDCME/CERoom T, Deck 6Room SADeck 18Room T, Deck 6Room T, Deck 6Room T, Deck 64:00-5:30 pm8:45-10:00pmKeynote: The Retina: It’s More Than What Meets the Eye –Shalesh Kashual, MD, PhDCME/CEQ&A with Dr. K! – Michael Klaper, MDCME/CERoom BWRoom G*All CME courses are also approved for CEs

Friday, March 4thGreat Stirrup Cay, Bahamas, 8:00am-4:30pm7:00-8:00 amMindful Meditation Practice – Sharon Gutterman, PhDCERoom TDeck 69:00-10:30 am9:30-10:30 Keynote: The Basis for Food, Nutrition, and CancerPrevention Guidelines – Larry Kushi, Sc. DCME/CEDo-In: Self-Massage Therapy – Lino Stanchich, CCN,LMTCEThe User’s Guide to Living Mindfully – SharonGutterman, PhDCME/CEThe GI Tract from Top to Bottom: The Importance of OurMicrobiome and the Health of the Gut in Acute Issues andChronic Disease- From Tolerance to Intolerance toAutoimmune Disease – David Blyweiss, MDCME/CEKeynote: Bring Plant-Based Nutrition to the MedicalEstablishment – Tom Campbell, MDCME/CELaugh for the Health of It! – Lino Stanchich, CCN, LMTCERoom T, Deck 6Room SADeck 16Room GRoom T, Deck 6Room T, Deck 6Room G, Deck 184:00-5:30pmPanel Q&A: Cruisin’ for Knowledge: Using a Plant-BasedDiet to Support Health and Avoid Risks – Dr. Campbell,Dr. Kushi, Dr. Klaper, and Dr. Thomas Campbell, hostedby Sandy Pukel*All CME courses are also approved for CEsCME/CERoom T, Deck 6

MEET THE SPEAKERSNeal Barnard, MDNeal D. Barnard, MD, is a leader in nutrition and research. As an adjunct associateprofessor of medicine at the George Washington University and a researcherfunded by the National Institutes of Health, he has led key research studies toimprove the health of people with diabetes, obesity, lipid disorders, and otherserious health problems.He is the editor-in-chief of the Nutrition Guide for Clinicians and the author of morethan 15 books on nutrition and health for lay readers. His research has been cited bythe American Diabetes Association and the American Dietetic Association in officialpolicy statements on healthful diets.He completed medical school and residency at the George Washington UniversitySchool of Medicine in Washington, D.C. In 1985, he founded the Physicians Committeefor Responsible Medicine, a nationwide group of physicians and lay supporters thatpromotes preventive medicine and addresses controversies in modern medicine.Cruising Into Health—Your Voyage to Well-BeingThis overview will analyze diet and health and answer questions about the how’s and why’s of healthyeating. Support from the practitioner is paramount in improving the clients’ health through behaviorchanges, therefore, topics on nutrition, exercise and stress-management will be discussed.Kickstart Your HealthThe latest innovation in nutrition is using foods to trim away weight—not by starving the weight off, but byletting foods control your appetite and boost your metabolism. Using Dr. Barnard’s program in researchstudies, participants were able to increase their calorie-burning speed for three hours after each meal, helpingthe pounds melt away. Two years later, the weight had never returned. The “side effects” are lower cholesterol,healthier blood pressure, improved energy, and better overall health. Rather than require a lifetime change, theKickstart program gets you onto a healthier path in 21 daysKeynote: Power Foods for the Brain: Nutrients, Diets and Lifestyle to EnhanceMemory and CognitionFive million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease, and many more fear that it may be in their future. Milderforms of memory loss can be frustrating, too, ranging from momentary lapses to more persistent cognitiveimpairments. Luckily, large studies at major research centers have shown that foods can help defeat threats tomemory. Diets high in “bad fats” (saturated fats and trans fats) and overloaded with iron and copper increasethe risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, while certain antioxidants reduce risk. Aerobic exercise helps, too,and has even been shown to reverse age-related brain atrophy. Cognitive exercises and getting regular rest andsleep can boost memory, reasoning, and reaction time. Even people who are at genetic risk for Alzheimer’sdisease may benefit from diet and lifestyle changes. Many of the findings discussed in this lecture are based*All CME courses are also approved for CEs

on Dr. Barnard’s new book, Power Foods for the Brain, which presents results of scientific studies and buildsthem into simple steps for improving the health of your body and mind.An Intensive Plant-Based Diet for Diabetes ManagementDiabetes is more prevalent than ever. For many individuals the diagnosis means endless doctor visits andfrequent trips to the pharmacist. Recent research has shown, however, that diabetes can be controlled and evenreversed with an easy-to-follow plant-based diet. By sticking to a few basic principles and making simplelifestyle adjustments, individuals can enjoy a surprising degree of control over diabetes.A long-time radio host and author, Michael A. Klaper, M.D. currently practices nutritionally-basedmedicine at True North Health Center in California. His talent for presenting complex medical topics in asimple, enjoyable format has made him a sought-after speaker at health conferences worldwide.Cheese: How Breaki