Preventive Medicine 2018- Full Conference Package

Course Details

Course Details

  • 16 Courses

    • KBS Lecture on the Cummins' Livewell Strategy: An innovative, results-focused approach to preventive and lifestyle medicine
    • Examining Adverse Childhood Events as a Root Cause of the Opioid Epidemic and the Urgent Need for Trauma Informed Care
    • Benefits of Blood Pressure Management as a Potential Mechanism to Reduce the Risk of Cognitive Decline and Dementia
    • Gun Violence: A Biopsychosocial Disease: Myths, Science, Prevention
    • The Role/Future of Preventive Medicine in Health System Transformation
    • Rejuvenate Your Practice with Mindfulness Tools
    • Health System Transformation from the Front Lines: Who's 'Accountable' and for What?
    • Tapping into Community Wisdom to Reduce the Risk and Prevalence of Obesity
    • Private Sector Approaches to Health System Innovation
    • Design Thinking: Wild Idea to Wearable
    • Implementing Lifestyle Wellness Interventions in the Real World
    • Data.PrevMed
    • The Role of Design in Health System Transformation
    • The Challenge of Inappropriate Care
    • Vaccine Controversies
    • Precision Public Health
  • 24 CME Credits

    24 MOC Credits

  • Member: $230.00
    Student/Resident Member: $230.00
    ACPM Subscriber: $230.00
    Non-Member: $399.00
  • Availability: In Person

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Preventive Medicine 2018- Full Conference Package

About the Program

Preventive Medicine 2018, the annual meeting of the American College of Preventive Medicine, is the premier event for professionals in disease prevention and health promotion. The conference advances the science of preventive medicine through state-of-the-art educational programming and abundant networking opportunities.

Included in this package are recordings of the top sessions at the Preventive Medicine 2018 conference.

The Preventive Medicine 2018 conference theme was "Prevention at the Nexus of Health System Transformation." There is a changing landscape in health care delivery systems characterized by a number of transformational changes from the status quo—a shift away from a supply-driven system to demand-driven networks, away from physician-driven care to patient-centered care, from volume of services to value and patient outcomes achieved, and from fragmented health care systems to more integrated health care delivery organizations across the entire community. Transformation is only possible with clear vision, audacious goals, innovation, implementation of new policy and practice with evaluation of the change and engagement of stakeholders at every level. Population Health Competencies and a Preventive Medicine Mindset are fundamental drivers and levers to successful transformation! Enroll Now