P-POD May 2018 Agenda

Full Conference is a 16.75–17 hour educational program.
Short Conference is a 13–13.25 hour educational program, skipping either Saturday afternoon or Monday.

2018 Conference Focus: 8 Perspectives

A variety of practitioners beyond registered dietitians can embrace nutrition for chronic disease prevention and treatment. New for 2018, we present Perspectives of 8 Different Practitioners. Learn more.

Agenda Overview

Saturday, May 19

11:45–1:00

Lunch (Additional Cost)

1:00–5:10

Afternoon Program

5:15–6:20

Dinner (Included for Full Registrants and Skip-Monday Registrants)

6:30–8:20

Evening Program

8:25–9:45

Evening Dance Party

Sunday, May 20

7:00

Fitness Activity (to 7:50) & Breakfast (Included)

8:35–11:30

Morning Program

11:30–11:55

Break (and gather up lunch food)

11:55-1:15

Lunch (Included) & Plenary Presentation

1:25-5:40

Afternoon Program

5:40-7:40

Dinner (Included)

7:40

Unstructured Evening Social

Monday, May 21

7:00 – 8:35

Fitness Activity (to 7:50) & Breakfast (Included)

8:35 – 12:40

Morning Program

12:40 – 2:40

Farewell Luncheon (Included)

Saturday, May 19th

Time

Description

Presenter

11:15

Conference check-in

11:45–1:00

Optional lunch (payable separately)

AFTERNOON PLENARY SESSION

1:00–1:25

Introductory remarks: 

"Why Does the Future of Healthcare Begin with Nutrition?”

Timothy Radak, DrPH, MPH, RDN

Caroline Trapp, DNP, APN-BC, CDE, FAANP

(in substitution for

Matt Ruscigno, MPH, RDN

who is unable to attend due to injury)

1:25–1:30

Break

1:30–2:50

8 Perspectives, Parts 1 & 2

1:30–2:05

Perspective: Physician in Clinical Practice

"Lifestyle Medicine Can Mobilize Plant-Based Diets against Chronic Inflammation (and its Aftermath)"

2:05–2:40

Perspective: Nurse Practitioner/Certified Diabetes Educator

"Diabetes Care without Industry Influence:  Serving Patients by Doing the Right Thing"

2:40–2:50

Q&A

2:50–3:00

Break

3:00–3:35

"Plant Proteins and Their Impact upon Human Health, Physiology and Disease Risk"

3:35–3:45

Q&A

3:45–3:55

Break

3:55–5:10

8 Perspectives, Parts 3 & 4

3:55–4:25

Perspective: Physician in a Group Setting

"Dinner with the Doctor: A Flavorful Prescription for Health Improvement”

4:25–5:00

Perspective: Integrative Psychiatrist

"Mindful Eating"

5:00–5:10

Q&A

5:10–6:30

Dinner

EVENING PLENARY SESSION

6:30–7:10

"Adolescent and Early Adult Diet Can Reduce Risk of Cancer, Diabetes, and Other Chronic Disease:  Missed Opportunities for Prevention"

7:10–7:20

Q&A

7:20–7:30

Break

7:30–8:10

"The Power of Prevention: A Global Perspective"

8:10–8:20

Q&A

8:25–9:45

Music and dancing in the conference hall

 
 

Sunday, May 20th

Time

Description

Presenter

7:00

2 options:  "WERQ - fun fierce dance fitness exercise" with Krystyna Rastorguieva in the conference hall 7:05-7:50;  or yoga with Autumn Belk in the Wolf Village Red Hall apartments building, 7:00-7:45

7:50

Breakfast (remaining available for at least 2 hours in the conference hall)

 

MORNING PLENARY SESSION

8:35–10:35

Focus Lecture & P-POD Annual Clinicians’ Round Table

8:35–9:10

"Addressing Lifestyle-Challenged Patients Within an Interventional Nutrition-Rooted Practice"

9:10–9:20

Q&A

9:20–9:25

Break

9:25–10:35

P-POD Annual Clinicians’ Round Table: “Treating and Advising Patients with HUGE Lifestyle Obstacles”

Includes Q&A

10:35–10:45

Break

10:45–11:20

11:20-11:30

“Dietary Changes to Prevent Colon Cancer”

Q&A

11:30–11:55

Break & gather lunch

WORKING LUNCHEON PLENARY SESSION

11:55–1:15

P-POD Annual Public Policy Round Table: “How Can Public Policy and Available Resources Be Mobilized to Improve Health Outcomes on a Community, Societal and Global Level?”

Includes Q&A

1:15-1:25

Break

AFTERNOON PLENARY SESSION

1:25–2:00

"Ancestral Native American Plant-Based Foods for Health and Wellness:  Their Importance in a Chef’s Modern Kitchen"

2:00–2:10

Q&A

2:10–2:25

Break & group photo

2:25–3:35

8 Perspectives, Parts 5 & 6

2:25–2:55

Perspective: Physician in Sports Medicine

"The Intersection of Plant-Based Nutrition with Sports and Spine Medicine"

2:55–3:25

Perspective: Exercise Physiologist

"Does Diet Trump Exercise?  For Fatburning, Fitness and Health, Is Walking Really Enough?"

3:25–3:35

Q&A

3:35-3:45

Break

3:45–4:20

"Meeting Nutrient Needs on a Vegan Diet:  Guidelines for Health Practitioners"

4:20–4:30

Q&A

4:30–4:40

Break

4:40–5:40

4:40–5:15

​​Focus Lecture & Interactive Dialogue on Diet and the Environment

“Using our Plate to Protect the Planet”

Interactive dialogue: “Controlling Climate Change Includes What’s on Your Plate”

5:15–5:40

5:40–7:40

Dinner

7:40

Unstructured evening social time, in the conference building

Monday, May 21st

Time

Description

Presenter

7:00

Fitness class with speaker Martica Heaner, PhD MA MEd in the conference hall

7:50

Breakfast (remaining available for at least 2 hours in the conference hall)

MORNING PLENARY SESSION

8:35–9:20

P-POD’s 2nd Annual Denis Burkitt Memorial Lecture: "Taking the Die Out of Diet"

9:20–9:30

Q&A

9:30–9:40

Break

9:40–10:40

8 Perspectives, Parts 7 & 8

9:40–10:05

Perspective: Pharmacist

"Plant-Based Rx"

10:05–10:30

Perspective: Registered Nurse

"Everyday Nursing Opportunities for Nutrition Education and Promotion"

10:30–10:40

Q&A

10:40–10:50

Break

10:50–11:30

"Defeating Disease with Plant-Based Diets: Essential Practice Points for Practitioners"

11:30–11:40

Q&A

11:40–11:50

Break

11:50–12:30

"What I Wish Someone Had Told Me in Medical School about Nutrition"

12:30–12:40

Q&A

12:40–2:40

Farewell luncheon

 

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