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Baxter Montgomery

MD FACC

(Keynote speaker along with
John Kelly, MD MPH
Saray Stancic, MD)

Hana Kahleova

MD PhD

(In Distinguished Researchers
Series along with
Stephen J. O'Keefe, MD(UK) MSc MRCS LRCP)

Dean and Ayesha Sherzai

MD PhD  ....  MD

(Special presentation on
dementia
and Alzheimer's disease)

 

saturday

May 30, 2020
 

SATURDAY: Approximately 11:00 am to 12:20 pm, optional pre-registered lunch for regular full and/or weekend conference attendees


SATURDAY: Approximately 11:45 am, doors open at site of special opening program session

SATURDAY AFTERNOON SPECIAL OPENING SESSION, 12:30-4:55 pm


Educational program time excluding breaks: 4:05 (4 hours plus 5 minutes)
[This will also be attendable separately by persons not claiming continuing education credits.]


12:30-12:35 pm
    Bill Manns, MHSA: The Healthcare Community of the Ypsilanti Area


12:35-12:45 pm
    Matt Ruscigno, MPH RDN: The Future of Healthcare Begins with Nutrition, #1….What This Means for Communities


12:45-1:00 pm
    Paul Chatlin: Plant-based Nutrition as a Community Health Initiative


1:00-1:40 pm
    Kim A.Williams, Sr., MD MACC FASNC FAHA: Ending Heart Disease at the Grassroots Level
    1:40-1:50 pm: Audience questions for Kim A. Williams, Sr.


2:00-2:40 pm
    Brenda Davis, RD: Designing an Optimal Plant-based Diet for Disease Prevention
    2:40-2:50 pm: Audience questions for Brenda Davis


3:00-3:15 pm
    Lisa Smith, MBA: Our Legacy Begins With Our Health


3:15-3:55 pm
    Nina Curtis, MBA: Making Sense Out of Plant-based Prevention Of Disease
    3:55-4:05 pm: Audience questions for Nina Curtis


4:05-4:45 pm
    P-POD'S 4TH ANNUAL DENIS BURKITT MEMORIAL LECTURE:
    PART 1 OF TRIPLE LECTURE SERIES, “RESETTING THE PARADIGMS OF MEDICAL PRACTICE”
    Saray Stancic, MD: Ushering in the Era of Salutogenesis
    4:45-4:55 pm: Audience questions for Saray Stancic


4:55-6:55 pm: Dinner break
 

EVENING PLENARY SESSION, 7:00-8:45 pm
Educational program time excluding breaks: 1:45 (1.75 hours)
 

7:00-7:10 pm
    Kathy Pollard, MS: P-POD and Sustainability


7:10-7:25 pm
    Matt Ruscigno, MPH RDN: The Future of Healthcare Begins with Nutrition, #2….What This Means for Health Professionals


7:25-7:45 pm
    Ted Barnett, MD FACLM: A Medically Supervised 15-Day Whole-food Plant-based Jumpstart Program
    7:45-7:50 pm: Audience questions for Ted Barnett


7:50-8:35 pm
    P-POD'S 4TH ANNUAL DENIS BURKITT MEMORIAL LECTURE:
    PART 2 OF TRIPLE LECTURE SERIES, “RESETTING THE PARADIGMS OF MEDICAL PRACTICE”
    Baxter Montgomery, MD FACC:
    8:35-8:45 pm: Audience questions for Baxter Montgomery


8:45-10:00 pm: Dance Party and P-POD Social

    Dance Party and Social will run concurrently in two separate rooms.

sunday

May 31, 2020

Fitness-related activity - to be announced
Breakfast served in the conference hall, available during earlier program sessions


MORNING PLENARY SESSION, 8:30-11:50 am
    Educational program time excluding breaks: 3:05 (3 hours plus 5 minutes)

8:30-9:15 am
    P-POD'S 4TH ANNUAL DENIS BURKITT MEMORIAL LECTURE:
    PART 3 OF TRIPLE LECTURE SERIES, “RESETTING THE PARADIGMS OF MEDICAL PRACTICE”
    John Kelly, MD MPH: Epigenetics, Lifestyle and the Future of Medicine
    9:15-9:25 am: Audience questions for John Kelly


9:40-11:50 am: Special Clinical Challenges Series,“Chronic Kidney Disease: Root Cause Assessment and Management”
    (1)--9:40-10:05 am: Focus Lecture

    Robert Breakey, MD
    (2)--10:05-11:50 am
    Round Table (with audience questions): “Chronic Kidney Disease: Root Cause Assessment and Management”
    Moderator: Robert Breakey, MD
    Paul Berkowitz, MD
    Holly Kramer, MD MPH
    Theresa Poppe, MD
    Annamarie Rodriguez, RDN LD FAND
    Marc Ramirez


11:50 am – 12:10 pm Luncheon food service begins
 

WORKING LUNCHEON PLENARY SESSION, 12:10 pm – 1:30 pm
Educational program time excluding breaks: 1:20 (1.25 hours plus 5 minutes)
 

12:10-1:20 pm: Special In-Depth Luncheon Presentation
    Dean Sherzai, MD PhD, Ayesha Sherzai, MD: Alzheimer’s Advances: Prevention is Possible
    1:20-1:30 pm: Audience questions for Dean and Ayesha Sherzai

1:40 pm Luncheon food service concludes
 

EARLY-AFTERNOON PLENARY SESSION, 1:40-3:25 pm
    Educational program time excluding breaks: 1:45 (1.75 hours)
 

1:40-2:25 pm
    PART 1 OF P-POD'S DOUBLE LECTURE SERIES BY DISTINGUISHED RESEARCHERS
    Hana Kahleova, MD PhD: Diabetes and Beta-cell Regeneration
    2:25-2:35 pm: Audience questions for Hana Kahleova


2:35-3:15 pm
    Yami Cazorla-Lancaster, DO MPH MS FAAP: Pediatrics and Whole-food Plant-based Diets
    3:15-3:25 pm: Audience questions for Yami Cazorla-Lancaster


3:25-3:50 pm: P-POD group photo and change rooms as needed for breakout session
 

LATE-AFTERNOON BREAKOUT SESSIONS, 3:50-5:55 pm
    Educational program time excluding breaks: 1:55 (2 hours minus 5 minutes)
 

3:50-4:50 pm: BREAKOUT SESSION A (rooms to be announced)
    (1) A Nursing Practice Perspective: The Whole-Person Approach to Pain Reduction
    Caroline Trapp, DNP ANP-BC CDE FAANP DiplomateACLM
    Sheri Orlekoski, RN BS HCSA CRRN
    (2) The Implications of Weight Stigma for Health Practitioners' Professional Ethics
    Taylor Wolfram, MS RDN LDN
Disclaimer: The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (Academy) and Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) are not responsible for the provider’s interpretation of the Academy/CDR Code of Ethics for the Nutrition and Dietetics Profession or its enforcement as it relates to the scenarios and content presented in this activity.
    (3) Within a Clinical Practice, Managing Strategies for Chronic Disease Reversal through Lifestyle Measures
    Moderator: Paul Chatlin
    Mladen Golubic, MD PhD
   Joel Kahn, MD FACC


5:00-5:55 pm: BREAKOUT SESSION B (rooms to be announced)
    (1) Plant-based Diets as Facilitating Greater Quality of Life and Social / Economic Justice, on Individual and Community Levels
    Terry Mason, MD FACS
    Kathleen Kevany, EdD
    (2) The Interaction of Food Choices with Addictive Behaviors, Self-esteem Issues, Disordered Eating, Depression and Mood
    Micaela Karlsen, PhD MSPH
    Pamela Fergusson, PhD RD
    (3) How Food Choices and Preparation Can Serve Both Nutritional and Pleasure Goals, as Viewed by 3 Food For Life Instructors through the Lens of Their Favorite Recipes in the Universe (with No Oil Required)
    Chair: Sheri Orlekoski, RN BS HCSA CRRN
    Yami Cazorla-Lancaster, DO MPH MS FAAP
    Marc (Bean) Ramirez
 

5:55-7:55 pm: Dinner break


7:55 pm onward: Unstructured evening social/networking/reflection time

 

monday

June 1, 2020

Fitness-related activity - to be announced

Breakfast served in the conference hall, available during earlier program sessions


MORNING PLENARY SESSION, 8:25 am – 12:50 pm
CE time excluding breaks: 4:05 (4 hours plus 5 minutes)
 

8:25-9:10 am
    PART 2 OF P-POD'S DOUBLE LECTURE SERIES BY DISTINGUISHED RESEARCHERS
    Stephen J. O'Keefe, MD(UK) MSc MRCS LRCP: Interactions between High Fiber Foods and the Colonic Microbiota that Prevent
Cancer in Humans
    9:10-9:20 am: Audience questions for Stephen J. O'Keefe


9:20-11:05 am: Focus Lecture and Round Table (with audience questions) on Food Access, Food
     Justice and Community Public Health
    (1)--MONDAY 9:20-9:45 am: Focus Lecture on Food Access and Food Justice Issues
Lauren Ornelas, BA
    (2)--MONDAY 9:45-11:05 am

Round Table (with audience questions):

    How Activists and Institutions Can Fight for Greater Food Access, Food Justice and Community Public Health
    Milton Mills, MD
    Lauren Ornelas, BA

Part 1, 9:45-10:35 am, with Moderator: Bill Manns, MHSA
    The Role of Public Institutions and Public Policy

Part 2, 10:35-11:05 am, with Moderator: Matt Ruscigno, MPH RDN
    How Individual Health Professionals and Activists Can Play a Role and Make a Difference


11:25-11:50 am
    "Why Not Just Eat THAT Diet?" Series Focus Lecture on Ketogenic Diets
    Lee Crosby, RDN LD


11:50 am - 12:50 pm
    P-POD Dietitians' Foodie Series Round Table (with audience questions): Guiding Patients and the Public on Building Healthy, Fitness-Fueling Meals and Snacks
    Chair: Parul Kharod, MS RDN LDN
    Lee Crosby, RDN LD
    Pamela Fergusson, PhD RD


12:50-2:50 pm: Farewell Luncheon


2:50 pm onward: Unstructured social/networking/reflection time
 

Plant-based Prevention Of Disease, Inc. is a Section 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization accepting no
commercial funding or sponsorship.


For purposes of Continuing Medical Education, this conference is jointly provided by MAHEC and P-POD.  This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint providership of MAHEC and P-POD. MAHEC is accredited by NCMS to provide continuing medical education for physicians.