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Session Twelve: Mindfulness for Enhancing Health and Well-being

  • 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm (ET)
  • SEPTEMBER 25, 2014 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC

Webinar Overview

Mindfulness training and practices are increasingly being used as a therapeutic tool in clinical care, particularly for stress- and emotionally-related conditions. In this webinar, we will 1) define mindfulness and describe mindfulness training, 2) discuss applications of mindfulness training and the current evidence for its health benefits, and 3) describe the useful role that mindfulness and mindful compassion interventions may play in enhancing health and well-being in adolescent populations.



Webinar Speakers

 Susan A. Gaylord, PhD

Associate Professor,  Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Director, Program on Integrative Medicine
Director, Mindfulness-based Stress and Pain Management Program
School of Medicine
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC

Dr. Gaylord is Director of the University of North Carolina (UNC) Program on Integrative Medicine and Co-Director of UNC’s NIH T-32 CAM Research Fellowship Program.  She also is Director of the UNC Mindfulness-based Stress and Pain Management Program, founded in April, 2000, which has trained hundreds of health professionals, students and community members. A meditation instructor with over 30 years of experience, Dr. Gaylord has taught mindfulness in both individual and group settings to people of all ages with a variety of conditions.  As a research psychologist, she has led and participated in the design of numerous clinical trials on mindfulness to investigate efficacy and mechanisms of action, including studies on the use of mindfulness for treatment of IBS, diabetes prevention in African Americans, and amelioration of TBI headaches in a military population.


  Karen Bluth, PhD

NIH T-32 Post-doctoral CAM Research Fellow
Program on Integrative Medicine, Dept. of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Associate Director, Mindfulness-based Stress and Pain Management Program
School of Medicine
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC

Dr. Bluth is an NIH T-32 post-doctoral fellow in the Program on Integrative Medicine at the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill, having completed her doctorate in Child and Family Studies in 2012 at the University of Tennessee. She is a former educator with 18 years classroom teaching experience with children and adolescents, and has been a mindfulness practitioner for over 35 years.  At UNC, she is Associate Director of the Mindfulness-based Stress and Pain Management Program, and teaches mindfulness to both adults and adolescents.  Dr. Bluth’s research focuses on improving adolescent and family well-being through mindfulness interventions, with particular interest in how mindfulness practice can help adolescents navigate what can be a challenging developmental period.

Moderator

Jennifer Trask, PharmD, ND
IMPriME Center Director
American College of Preventive Medicine

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:
  • Define mindfulness and mindfulness training.
  • Discuss applications and research findings on mindfulness-based interventions for various conditions.
  • Describe adaptations of mindfulness and mindful self-compassion interventions for adolescents.

Accreditation Statement

The American College of Preventive Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the ACCME.
         

Term of Approval

September 25, 2014, through September 30, 2016. Original release date: September 25, 2014

Information

ACPM is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. ACPM designates this enduring material for a maximum of 1.0 Category 1 credits toward the American Medical Association (AMA) Physician's Recognition Award (PRA)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.


CME/MOC Credit Requests

To request CME and MOC credit for the webinar, please complete the following FOUR steps.

  1. View/Listen to the webinar.
  2. If requesting MOC credit, complete the quiz by clicking here. If requesting only CME credit, skip to step three.
  3. Complete CME/MOC request form by clicking here.
  4. Remit the appropriate payment amount to ACPM:

 

If paying for CME credits, the same number of MOC credits will be provided gratis.

 

Members please note, in order to receive complimentary CME/MOC credit you will need to log-in to the ACPM membership database prior to making payment. If you can’t remember your log-in information, please click here.

Once you have completed all of the steps, your CME certificate will be e-mailed to you. Please allow one to two weeks for processing. Your MOC credits will be reported directly to the American Board of Preventive Medicine. Please allow 4-6 weeks for these to appear on the ABPM website.

 

Principal Faculty and Disclosure Policy

In the interest of providing an educational experience free of commercial bias, and as the accredited provider of CME for this activity, the American College of Preventive Medicine was responsible for decisions regarding educational content and allocation of funds. All individuals involved in the planning, development, and delivery of educational activities are required to sign a conflict of interest statement in which they disclose any financial interests or other affiliations with industry or other associations which may have direct and substantial interest in the subject matter of the CME activity. Such disclosure allows program participants to better evaluate the objectivity of the information presented in the program. All commercial relationships that could create a conflict with control of content must be resolved before the development of the activity.

Speaker

  • Drs. Gaylord and Bluth have disclosed that they are affiliated with and teach at the UNC Mindfulness Program.

Moderator

  • IMPriME Center Director Jennifer Trask has disclosed no financial relationships.

 

System Requirements

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Privacy Policy

The American College of Preventive Medicine collects personal information from participants in this online activity for purposes of assigning CME credit only. We will not share or sell your contact information and your answers to maintenance of certification questions and feedback forms will be kept confidential.

 

Copyright Information

This material is copyright of the American College of Preventive Medicine.


Acknowledgement of Support

The American College of Preventive Medicine acknowledges the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) for its generous support of the Integrative Medicine in Preventive Medicine Education Project. For more information about the project please see www.IMPriME.org.



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Contact Information

  • For information on CME or MOC, contact Haydee Barno, ACPM Director of Meetings & Education, at hbarno@acpm.org.
  • For questions about the webinars, contact Jennifer Trask, IMPriME Center Director, at jtrask@acpm.org.

 

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