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OSHER CENTER FOR INTEGRATIVEMEDICINE2018CME/CE PROGRAMON BOARD WITHHOLISTIC HOLIDAY AT SEASpecial 15th Anniversary Sailing!*All CME courses are also approved for CEs

AccreditationsAccreditation: This Live activity, Holistic Holiday at Sea 2018, with a beginning date of 02/15/2018, hasbeen reviewed and is acceptable for up to 41.00 Prescribed credit(s) by the American Academy of FamilyPhysicians. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation inthe activity.AMA/AAFP Equivalency: AAFP Prescribed credit is accepted by the American Medical Association asequivalent to AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s) toward the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award. Whenapplying for AMA PRA, Prescribed credit earned must be reported as Prescribed, not as Category 1.Continuing Education Credit (CEU): This conference has been planned and implemented in accordance withthe essential areas and policies of the Florida Board of Nursing for Continuing Education Provider #50-2105.Credit Designation: 44.5 CEU’s have been approved by the University of Miami School of Nursing andHealth Studies.44.5 Continuing Education Units have been approved by the Florida Boards of Acupuncture, ChiropracticMedicine, Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling, Midwifery,Pharmacy, Psychology, and the Florida Council of Dietetics and Nutrition. CE Provider Number: 50-2682.*All CME courses are also approved for CEs

Greetings!The Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicinewelcomes you to the 2018 Holistic Holiday at Sea Continuing Education Program!This CME/CE program has a daily listing of all the possible CME/CE classes available. The firstclass starts Thursday 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 candocument your hours. At each class, look for the UM banner with an UM team member wearing ablack or green U logo polo. They will have sign-in sheets for you. Also, please complete the simpleevaluation sheet for each class. Evaluations can be turned in to any UM team member or droppedoff at the UM Hospitality Desk.Stop by our Hospitality Desk located on Deck 6, Mid-Ship Atrium Area on the right side of the ship ifyou have any questions, or just want to say ‘Hi’. We will post our daily hours. Please refer to theKey below to locate your classes.Enjoy your cruise!University of Miami Team*All CME courses are also approved for CEs

Key: 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 ShipThursday, February 15th – Port of Miami4:00-5:00 pmCruising Into Health – Neal Barnard, MDCERoom T, Deck 6*All CME courses are also approved for CEs

Friday, February 16th - At Sea7:00-8:00 amMindful Meditation Practice – Sharon Gutterman, PhDCERoom T, Deck 69:00-10:00 am11:15-12:45 pm2:15-3:45 pmKickstart Your Health: A Dietary Protocol to Enhance HealthyCME/CELiving – Neal Barnard, MDRoom T, Deck 6Keynote: Why Nutritional Science Was Not Acknowledged DuringCME/CEthe Past Two Centuries – T. Colin Campbell, PhDRoom T, Deck 6You Are What You Eat, Digest and Absorb: Latest Information onCME/CEthe Gut-Brain Axis – David Blyweiss, MDBW4:00-5:30 pmThriving on a Plant-Based Diet – Michael Klaper, MD8:30-9:45 pmHow Breaking the Secret Addiction Can Revolutionize Your Health– Neal Barnard, MD*All CME courses are also approved for CEsCME/CERoom T, Deck 6CERoom T, Deck 6

Saturday, February 17th – At Sea7:00-8:00 amMindful Meditation Practice – Sharon Gutterman, PhDCERoom T, Deck 69:00-10:00 amKeynote: Power Foods for the Brain: Nutrients, Diets, and LifestyleCME/CEto Enhance Memory and Cognition – Neal Barnard, MDRoom T, Deck 610:15-11:15 amThe User’s Guide to Living Mindfully – Sharon Gutterman, PhDCME/CESS2:15-3:45 pm4:00-5:30 pm8:30-9:45 pmContemporary Evidence Indicating the True Value of Nutrition toCreate and Restore Human Health – T. Colin Campbell, PhDAn Intensive Plant-Based Diet for Diabetes Management – NealBarnard, MDThe Principles of Slow Medicine: Understanding Its 7 KeyComponents – Michael Finkelstein, MD*All CME courses are also approved for CEsCME/CERoom T, Deck 6CME/CERoom T, Deck 6CME/CEBW

Sunday, February 18thCharlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, USVI – 8:00am – 6:00pm7:00-8:00 amMindful Meditation Practice – Sharon Gutterman, PhDCERoom T Deck 64:30-5:45 pm8:30-10:00 pmFarm to Hospital: How the Way We Farm Makes Us Sick, Part 1 –CME/CERonald Weiss, MDRoom T, Deck 6Myths in Nutrition That Mislead, with Very UnfortunateCME/CEConsequences – T. Colin Campbell, PhDRoom T, Deck 6Monday, February 19thBasseterre, St. Kitts & Nevis – 7:00am – 6:00pm7:00-8:00 amDo-In: Self-Massage Therapy – Lino Stanchich, CCN, LMTCERoom G, Deck 169:00-10:30 amTake Pain Control into Your Own Hands: Rapid and DramaticCME/CEPain Relief with Korean Hand Therapy Self Treatment-Room G, Deck 16Part 1- Ilana Newman, MD*All CME courses are also approved for CEs

4:30-5:45 pmLaugh for the Health of It – Lino Stanchich, CCN, LMTCEBW8:15-9:45 pmThe Prevention and Treatment of Breast Cancer with Food-CME/CERonald Weiss, MDBWTuesday, February 20thFort de France, Martinique – 8:00am – 5:00pm7:00-8:00 amMindful Meditation Practice – Sharon Gutterman, PhDCE9:00-10:30 amTake Pain Control into Your Own Hands: Rapid and Dramatic PainCME/CERelief with Korean Hand Therapy Self Treatment- Part 2- IlanaRoom G, Deck 16SSRRoom TNewman, MD4:15-5:30 pmThe Future of Medical Practice and Health Care Must Embrace theCME/CEScience of Nutrition – T. Colin Campbell, PhDRoom T, Deck 6*All CME courses are also approved for CEs

Wednesday, February 21stBridgetown, Barbados – 8:00am – 5:00pm7:00-8:00 amDo-In- Self-Massage Therapy – Lino Stanchich, CCN, LMTCECP 159:00-10:30 am4:30-5:45 pm4:30-5:45 pm8:30-9:45 pmTake Pain into Your Own Hands: Rapid and Dramatic Pain ReliefCME/CEwith Korean Hand Therapy- Part 1- Ilana Newman, MDRoom G, Deck 16Salt, Sugar and Oil: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly – MichaelCME/CEKlaper, MDRoom T, Deck 6The Unspoken Epidemic of Western Civilization: Fatty LiverCME/CEDisease – David Blyweiss, MDBWUprooting the Leading Causes of Death: “How Not to Die” –CME/CEMichael Greger, MDRoom T, Deck 6*All CME courses are also approved for CEs

Thursday, February 22ndPointe-a-Pitre, Guadeloupe7:00am – 2:00pm7:00-8:00 amMindful Meditation Practice – Sharon Gutterman, PhDCESS9:00-10:30 amTake Pain Control into Your Own Hands: Rapid andCME/CEDramatic Pain Relief with Korean Hand Therapy SelfRoom G, Deck 16Treatment- Part 2 – Ilana Newman, MD2:15-3:45 pm2:15-3:45 pm4:00-5:30 pm8:30-10:00 pmSaturated Fat vs. Sugar: How We Got So ConfusedCME/CEJoel Kahn, MDRoom T, Deck 6Can Food and Lifestyle Choices Influence OutcomesCME/CEAfter a Cancer Diagnosis? - Lawrence Kushi, Sc.DRoom G, Deck 16Keynote: The Most Hopeful Trends in HealingCME/CEMichael Klaper, MDRoom T, Deck 6The Rainbow Diet – Deanna Minich, PhDCME/CERoom T, Deck 68:30- 10:00 pmThe Fast World and How it Affects Us: Turning off theCME/CEFight or Flight Response When it is Locked OnBWMichael Finkelstein, MD*All CME courses are also approved for CEs

Friday, February 23rd – At Sea7:00-8:00 amMindful Meditation Practice – Sharon Gutterman, PhDCESS9:00-10:00 am9:00-10:00 am11:15-12:45 pm2:15-3:45 pm2:15-3:45 pm4:00-5:30 pmTop 10 Foods to Eat, Top 10 Foods to Avoid -CME/CEDeanna Minich, PhDRoom T, Deck 6Diet and Cancer Prevention: Updated Guidelines andCME/CERecommendations – Lawrence Kushi, Sc.DRoom G, Deck 16How to Detect and Prevent Heart Disease -CME/CEJoel Kahn, MDRoom T, Deck 6Healthy Bones: Preventing and ReversingCME/CEOsteoporosis – Michael Klaper, MDRoom T, Deck 6Medical Cannabis: Ancient Herb to Modern MedicineCME/CEDebra Kimless, MDBWAsk the Doctor: Q&A Session – Michael Greger, MDCME/CERoom T, Deck 64:00-5:30 pm4:00-5:30 pmFarm to Hospital: How the Way We Farm Makes UsCME/CESick- Part 2- Ronald Weiss, MDBWNo Fat? Avoid Carbohydrates? Is Protein DeficiencyCME/CEA Problem? Common Sense Answers to CommonRoom G, Deck 16Questions – Lawrence Kushi, Sc.D*All CME courses are also approved for CEs

8:30-10:00 pmAngelica Asks: Demystifying Health Fads throughCME/CECasual Conversations with Health Experts. A LiveSSConversation – Lawrence Kushi, Sc.DSaturday, February 24th – At Sea7:00-8:00 amMindful Meditation Practice – Sharon Gutterman, PhDCERoom T, Deck 69:00-10:15 am7 Ways to Holistically Detox – Deanna Minich, PhDCME/CERoom T, Deck 610:30-11:45 amApplying the Principles of Slow Medicine: HealthyCME/CEMultitasking – Weaving Valid Individual PracticesBWInto a Single Program - Michael Finkelstein, MD11:15-12:45 pmThe Miracle of Heart Disease Reversal – Joel Kahn, MDCME/CERoom T, Deck 62:15-3:45 pm4:00-5:30 pmGMO Foods: What Are They and How They May AffectCME/CEYour Health – David Blyweiss, MDRoom T, Deck 6Q&A Panel: Cruisin’ for Knowledge- Using a Plant-CME/CEBased Diet to Support Health and Avoid Risks-Room T, Deck 6Michael Greger, MD; Joel Kahn, MD;Lawrence Kushi, Sc.D, and Deanna Minich, PhD4:00-5:30 pmDo You Trust Your Doctor? Approaching Your Visit in aCME/CENew Way – Robert Schwartz, MDRoom G, Deck 16*All CME courses are also approved for CEs

Sunday, February 25th – Port of MiamiMEET THE SPEAKERSNeal Barnard, MDNeal D. Barnard, MD, FACC is a leader in nutrition and research. As an adjunct associateprofessor of medicine at the George Washington University, and a researcher funded bythe National Institutes of Health, he has led key research studies to improve the health ofpeople with diabetes, obesity, lipid disorders, and other serious health problems. He is theeditor-in-chief of the Nutrition Guide for Clinicians and the author of more than 15 books onnutrition and health for lay readers, and has authored more than 70 scientific publications.His research has been cited by the American Diabetes Association and the AmericanDietetic Association in official policy statements on healthful diets. He completed medicalschool and residency at the George Washington University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. In 1985, hefounded the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, a nationwide group of physicians and lay supportersthat promotes preventive medicine and addresses controversies in modern medicine.Cruising into HealthYou are embarking on the most enjoyable vacation imaginable. Yes, it is a vacation in the sense of sun, leisure and exoticlocales, but it’s also much more. It is a vacation from old habits and old foods and the beginning of a whole new way ofthinking about yourself and your health.This week promises a wonderful opportunity to understand the hows and whys of healthy eating – while someone else does allthe cooking – in the company of others who came to share the journey. Many people live their entire lives without eating thefoods that truly promote good health. Deluged with conflicting messages about diet and health, they never receive straightanswers to their questions. Here’s your chance to get it all cleared up. The faculty – diverse, knowledgeable and experienced –will also cover the other keys to health: physical activity, stress reduction, meditation and more.*All CME courses are also approved for CEs

Let me encourage you to take the adventure for all it is worth. Some concepts and some tastes may be new to you.Experiment and enjoy them. Many come from centuries-old traditions, reinforced by the latest science. If you’ve always wantedto get on a healthier path, it couldn’t be easier – you’re cruising right into it.Keynote: Power Foods for the Brain: Nutrients, Diets, and Lifestyle to Enhance Memoryand CognitionFive million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease, and many more fear that it may be in their future. Milder forms of memoryloss can be frustrating, too, ranging from momentary lapses to more persistent cognitive impairments. Luckily, large studies atmajor research centers have shown that foods can help defeat threats to memory. Diets high in “bad fats” (saturated fats andtrans fats) and overloaded with iron and copper increase the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, while certain antioxidantsreduce risk. Aerobic exercise helps, too, and has even been shown to reverse age-related brain atrophy. Cognitive exercisesand getting regular rest and sleep can boost memory, reasoning, and reaction time. Even people who are at genetic risk forAlzheimer’s disease may benefit from diet and lifestyle changes. Many of the findings discussed in this lecture are based onDr. Barnard’s new book, Power Foods for the Brain, which presents results of scientific studies and builds them into simplesteps for improving the health of your body and mind.Kickstart Your Health: A Dietary Protocol to Enhance Healthy LivingThe latest innovation in nutrition is using foods to trim away weight—not by starving the weight off, but by letting foods controlyour appetite and boost your metabolism. Using Dr. Barnard’s program in research studies, participants were able to increasetheir calorie-burning speed for three hours after each meal, helping the pounds melt away. Two years later, the weight hadnever returned. The “side effects” are lower cholesterol, healthier blood pressure, improved energy and better overall health.Rather than require a lifetime change, the Kickstart program gets you onto a healthier path in 21 days.Cheese - How Breaking the Secret Addiction Can Revolutionize Your HealthMany people are on a never-ending quest for weight loss, and they are looking in all the wrong places—blaming sugar, carbsor a lack of exercise for their problems. All the while, the real problem was right under their noses. Cheese can cause asurprising list of health problems: obesity, high blood pressure, arthritis