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The Previous P-POD Agenda from May 2019

Full Conference is a 17 hour educational program.
Short Conference is a 13.25–13.75 hour educational program, skipping either Saturday afternoon or Monday.

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Download 6-page 2019 schedule including learning objectives for each presentation....

Some of the 2019 Conference Highlights

Reed Mangels, PhD RDN:  Saturday, 6:15 pm

Linda Carney, MD:  Sunday, 4:00 pm

David J. A. Jenkins, MD PhD DSc:  Saturday, 7:25 pm

Hana Kahleova, MD PhD:  Sunday, 9:55 am

Lawrence H. Kushi, ScD:  Monday, 8:35 am

Return lecture by past keynote speaker, Kim A.Williams, MD MACC FASNC FAHA:  Sunday, 10:50 am

Lecture about the public health impact of historical racial and ethnic bias, Milton Mills, MD:  Saturday, 4:00 pm

Agenda Overview

Saturday, May 18

11:30–1:00

Lunch (Additional Cost)

1:00–4:55

Afternoon Program

4:55-6:15

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

6:15–8:20

Evening Program

8:25–9:45

Evening Dance Party

Sunday, May 19

7:00

Fitness Activity (to 7:50), then Breakfast (Included)

8:35–11:45

Morning Program

11:45–12:05

Break (and gather up lunch food)

12:05-2:00

Lunch (Included) & Plenary Presentation

2:10-5:45

Afternoon Program

5:45-7:45

Dinner (Included)

7:45

Unstructured Evening Social

Monday, May 20

7:00 – 8:35

Fitness Activity (to 7:50), then Breakfast (Included)

8:35 – 1:00

Morning Program

1:00 – 3:00

Farewell Luncheon (Included)

3:00 – 5:00

Unstructured Social Time

Please scroll down to view complete detailed 3-day schedule.

Saturday, May 18th

Time

Description

Presenter

11:00

Conference check-in

11:30–1:00

Optional lunch (payable separately)

AFTERNOON PLENARY SESSION

1:00–1:30

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

1:30–1:55

"The Sustainability Factor – Do Healthcare Professionals Have a Responsibility to Promote Sustainable Plant-Based Dietary Patterns that Protect the Planet?"

1:55-2:05

Q&A

2:05–2:20

Break and stretch

2:20-2:55

"Plant-based Family Medicine:  Prescription Reversal"

2:55–3:30

"Plant-based Nutrition for Healthcare Professionals:  Implementing Diet as a Primary Modality in the Prevention and Treatment of Chronic Disease "

3:30-3:45

Q&A

3:45-4:00

Break and stretch

4:00-4:45

"The Impact of Historical Racial and Ethnic Bias on the Health Profiles of Minority Communities"

4:45-4:55

Q&A

4:55–6:15

Dinner

EVENING PLENARY SESSION

6:15-7:00

"Can Plant-based Diets Reduce the Risk of Cardiovascular Disease, Osteoporosis, and Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias in Women?"

7:00–7:10

Q&A

7:10-7:25

Break and stretch

7:25-8:10

PART 1 OF P-POD'S TRIPLE LECTURE SERIES BY DISTINGUISHED RESEARCHERS….

"The Need to Swap Animal Proteins for Plant Proteins, for Health and the Environment"

8:10–8:20

Q&A

8:25–9:45

Music and dancing in the conference hall

 
 

Sunday, May 19th

Time

Description

Presenter

7:00

Fitness activity options to be announced, through approximately 7:50.  Likely:  "boot camp", yoga, WERQ or Nia.

7:50

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

MORNING PLENARY SESSION

8:35–9:40

P-POD Annual Public Policy Round Table (with audience questions):  “How to Navigate Successfully a Progressive and Evidence-Based Nutrition Message in a Challenging Food Policy Environment”

9:40-9:55

Break and stretch

9:55-10:40

PART 2 OF P-POD'S TRIPLE LECTURE SERIES BY DISTINGUISHED RESEARCHERS….

"Resetting Your Body Clock and Boosting Your Metabolism with Plant-based Nutrition"

10:40-10:50

Q&A

10:50-11:35

"Culinary Disease:  The EATiology of Cardiovascular Mortality"

11:35-11:45

Q&A

11:45–12:05

Break, stretch and gather lunch

WORKING LUNCHEON PLENARY SESSION

12:05-2:00

Triple Presentation on "From Addictive and Health-Undermining Eating Behaviors to Change and Recovery" ….

12:05-12:40

"The Biology of Food Addiction in the Modern Obesogenic Food Environment"

12:40-1:10

"10 Commandments to Overcoming your Weight-loss Obstacles"

1:10-1:45

"Breaking Through a Weight-loss Plateau"

1:45-2:00

Q&A

2:00-2:10

Break and stretch

AFTERNOON PLENARY SESSION

2:10-2:25

Focus Lecture

2:25-3:35

Round Table (with audience questions):  “When Patients and the Public Ask, 'What Should I Do, How Do I Start, What Do I Eat?'....”

3:35-4:00

Break, stretch and P-POD group photo

4:00-5:45

P-POD'S 3RD ANNUAL DENIS BURKITT MEMORIAL LECTURE:
PARTS 2 AND 3 OF TRIPLE LECTURE SERIES ON “WOMEN'S HEALTH AND CHRONIC DISEASE RISK, AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH”

4:00-4:45

“Mood, Food, and Risks Reviewed:  Lifestyle Links to Cancer, PMS, Diabetes, Depression and Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding”

4:45-5:30

"A Lifestyle Perspective on Infertility and Pregnancy Outcomes”

5:30-5:45

Q&A

5:45–7:45

Dinner

7:45

Unstructured evening social time, in the conference building

 

Monday, May 20th

Time

Description

Presenter

7:00

Fitness activity options to be announced, through approximately 7:50.  Likely:  "boot camp", yoga, WERQ or Nia.

7:50

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

MORNING PLENARY SESSION

8:35–9:20

PART 3 OF P-POD'S TRIPLE LECTURE SERIES BY DISTINGUISHED RESEARCHERS….

"Can What You Eat Influence Your Risk and Prognosis of Cancer? "

9:20–9:30

Q&A

9:30–9:40

Break and stretch

10:45-10:55

Break and stretch

10:55–1:00

FILM, followed by Question/Answer with the producer

“Code Blue -- Redefining the Practice of Medicine”

1:00–3:00

Farewell luncheon

3:00–5:00

Unstructured social time available in the conference hall