Below Is the Complete Viewable Agenda for May 21-22, 2022, Ypsilanti/Detroit MI, Not Chronological but Organized Alphabetically by Speaker.

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In addition to agenda presentations and meals, we have some chances to move:
Concluding Saturday night, about 8:55-10:00, we can dance to a variety of music, and Sunday morning before presentations there are Rise and Shine Vinyasa Yoga with Eileen Crone, RDN MS ERYT500 and a campus area group run led by Melissa Sundermann, DO FACOI DipABLM.

Columbus Batiste, MD FACC FSCAI

The Cause and Cure for the Healthcare Crisis in America                                                                    .                          

Yami Cazorla-Lancaster, DO MPH MS FAAP DipABLM

Pediatric Nutrition for Wellbeing and Longevity, Independent of Body Size

Michele Crosmer, RDN CSR

Implementing a Whole Food Plant-based Diet to Preserve Kidney Function

Beth Frates, MD FACLM DipABLM

Working Toward a Healthy Body, Peaceful Mind and Joyful Heart with Lifestyle Medicine Principles and Practice

Sean Hashmi, MD MS FASN

Dietary Approaches to Kidney Disease

Ana M. Negrón, MD

Love Your Health and Your Community:  Protect Them Together

Marc Ramirez

[See joint presentation near the bottom of this page.]

Dexter Shurney, MD MBA MPH FACLM DipABLM

New Payment Strategies for Lifestyle Medicine and Food as Medicine

Jennifer Sewell Singh, MD DipABLM

Lifestyle Medicine and Cancer Survivorship

Melissa Sundermann, DO FACOI DipABLM

Moving Mountains -- The Power of Movement and Nature in Achieving the Peak of Well-being

M. Elizabeth Swenor, DO DipABLM

Our Gut Microbiome, Diet and Immunity--Updates 2022

Alison Tierney, MS RDN CD CSO

Harnessing the Power of Nutrition to Reduce Breast Cancer Risk and Recurrence

Caroline Trapp, DNP ANP-BC CDCES FAANP DipACLM

Remission of Type 2 Diabetes as the Goal of Care

[Batiste + Negrón]

Promoting Heart Health through Plant-based Nutrition and Family Medicine

[Cazorla-Lancaster + Ramirez]

Using Simple Cuisine to Try to Change Lives for the Better

[Crosmer + Hashmi]

Followup Questions/Conversation:  Kidney Health and Disease

[Frates + Shurney + Sundermann]

Response Panel:  Lifestyle Medicine's Pillars, Supporting Mental/Emotional Health as Well as the Body

[Singh + Tierney, being accredited also in RD Ethics]

Understanding the Gaps and Barriers in Access, Quality of Care and Equitable Treatment, in Women's Health