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2024 Plantrician™ Workshops at PBNHC

Prior to the start of PBNHC (September 20-23, 2024), The Plantrician Project is offering three (3) optional preconference Plantrician™ Workshops, scheduled to take place on Thursday, September 19th and Friday, September 20th.

 

These sessions are for IN-PERSON attendance only and will NOT have a VIRTUAL option or be recorded for on-demand viewing.

Workshop 1
DATE
Thursday, September 19, 2024
TIME
8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
LOCATION
Anaheim Marriott
ROOM
Orange County Ballroom 1-4
FACULTY
COST
$299
CE CREDITS
See details below
OPEN TO
Anyone. You do not need be attending the PBNHC to attend a workshop.

Presented with collaboration between Switch4Good and The Plantrician Project.

    

 

SUMMARY:  Inside us, food does three things: (1) fuels for energy, (2) builds matter, (3) conditions physiology.

 

Our macronutrient focus (carbs, proteins, fats) for fueling, building, and weight loss/gain is the prevailing diet and nutrition narrative in our culture. However, it is the “Conditioning” function of (nutrient-dense) foods that offer more results. MICROnutrient advantages are a blind spot for most.

 

Performance (deep inside you) is needed along the entire spectrum of physiological states (poor to peak… patient, pregnant, pedestrian, to pro athlete). Systemic and sustainable physiological gains are realized from plant foods, every day, and over time. Plant micronutrition conditions our physiology in three ways: (1) Activates, (2) Modulates, (3) Attenuates.

 

Effective food technology can help amplify our results.

 

We invite you to join us and experience proven ideas and provocative pioneers who will bring to life a new era of applied science, network physiology, and human performance nutrition. It will challenge you and compel you to adapt.

 

Attendance at this workshop is limited to the first 350 participants.

 

~ AGENDA ~

 

6:00 am – 8:00 am       Registration (Required)

 

8:00 am – 8:15 am       Welcome and Opening Remarks

Faculty:  Dotsie Bausch

Faculty:  Scott Stoll, MD

Summary:  Dotsie and Scott will get the session kicked off with a welcome and some background on why and how Plant-Based Performance is driving better gains.

 

8:15 am – 9:15 am       Game of Gains: A New Paradigm in Performance Nutrition

Faculty:         Dotsie Bausch

Jeff Olson

Scott Stoll, MD

Summary:  For decades macronutrients dominated the discussion in sports nutrition today. The new science of performance reveals that optimized, cellular, and physiologic function is dominated by micronutrients. Pulling from the new science, Jeff and Scott this session will present a new construct of sports nutrition and the food patterns that fuel performance both in competition and daily life.

 

9:15 am – 10:15 am     Energy Optimization: The Relationship
Between Micronutrients and Mitochondria

Faculty:  James F. Loomis, Jr., MD

Summary:  Energy production is fundamental to performance at every level of sports and daily life. Simply put, increased energy production produces enhanced performance.  During this session, attendees will learn about the core dietary components that not only improve the efficiency of mitochondria – the powerplant of the cell – mitochondria, but help in the creation of create new mitochondria thus increasing overall energy production. 

 

10:15 am – 10:45 am  Break 

 

10:45 am – 11:45 am  The Microbiome and Optimal Immunity for Human Performance

Faculty:  Angie Sadeghi, MD

Summary:  The microbiome is more important to overall performance than we realize. Enhanced immunity for accelerated injury healing, normalization of inflammation and combating infections (especially before big events and occasions), are modulated by a healthy microbiome. This session will present the emerging evidence that demonstrates the performance enhancement, energy optimization and immune system enhancements of a healthy microbiome and how to maximize your microbiota. 

 

11:45 am – 12:45 pm  SESSION TBD

Faculty:  TBD

Summary:  TBD 

 

12:45 pm – 2:15 pm    LUNCH / Networking 

 

2:15 pm – 3:15 pm       Razor Sharp: The Nexus of Nutrition for
the Brain

Faculty:  Dean Sherzai, MD, PhD

Summary:  Reaction time, memory, focus and clarity are critical to performance and are maximized or limited by the athlete’s plate. Learn from international experts about the power of a well-designed performance nutrition program to improve your cognitive performance, in sport and in daily life, giving you the healthiest brain possible both today and as you age. 

 

3:15 pm – 4:15 pm       SESSION NAME: TBD

Faculty:  TBD

Summary:  TBD 

 

4:15 pm – 4:45 pm       BREAK 

 

4:45 pm – 5:45 pm       Micronutrients > Macronutrients

Faculty:  Dotsie Bausch

Faculty:  James F. Loomis, MD

Faculty:  Jeff Olson

Faculty:  Angie Sadeghi, MD

Faculty:  Dean Sherzai, MD, PhD

Faculty:  Scott Stoll, MD

Summary:  Focused on the application of optimal performance nutrition, this panel will answer key questions related to micronutrient rich foods that assist in recovery, activity specific nutrition, pre-and-post activity nutrition, anti-inflammatory foods, and the strategies for incorporating these foods in active, travel-based lifestyles. 

 

5:45 pm – 6:00 pm       Closing Remarks

  • BELOW ARE THE CME DETAILS FOR OUR 2023 PLANTRICIAN WORKSHOPS.  WE HAVE APPLIED FOR AND EXPECT A SIMILAR AWARD FOR 2024 WORKSHOPS.  WE WILL UPDATE THIS INFORMATION AS WE ARE AWARDED CREDITS.
  • Medical Doctors and Other Eligible Clinicians: Rush University Medical Center designates this live activity for a maximum of 3 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
  • Nurses: ANCC Credit Designation – Nurses: The maximum number of hours awarded for this CE activity is 3 contact hours.
  • Pharmacists: Rush University Medical Center designates this knowledge based CPE activity for 3 contact hours for pharmacists.
  • Registered Dieticians: This activity has been approved by the Commission on Dietetic Registration for 3 CPEUs.
  • MORE CME Details Can Be Found on the CME Accreditation Page

FACULTY: Multiple Faculty. Click Here for Details on Each Faculty

Dotsie Bausch
James F. Loomis, Jr., MD
Jeff Olson
Angie Sadeghi, MD
Dean Sherzai, MD, PhD
Scott Stoll, MD

WORKSHOP 2 • Leveraging Time with Group Visits and Reliable Reimbursement Strategies

Workshop 1
DATE
Friday, September 20, 2024
TIME
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
LOCATION
Anaheim Marriott
ROOM
Orange County Ballroom 1-4
FACULTY
Padmaja Patel, MD, FACLM, DipABLM
COST
$125
CE CREDITS
See details below
OPEN TO
Anyone. You do not need be attending the PBNHC to attend a workshop.

 

SUMMARY:

Emerging patient care delivery models are successfully providing a viable ecosystem for the delivery of nutrition and lifestyle interventions that leads to improved patient outcomes and clinician reimbursement.   Dr. Padmaja Patel, ACLM President-Elect, will discuss the benefits and challenges of each of the scientifically validated models such as Shared Medical Visits, identify and unpack key strategies for implementation in practice, highlight the most important tools and resources, and share time- tested wisdom from her extensive experience in reimbursement models in healthcare and lifestyle medicine.

  • BELOW ARE THE CME DETAILS FOR OUR 2023 PLANTRICIAN WORKSHOPS.  WE HAVE APPLIED FOR AND EXPECT A SIMILAR AWARD FOR 2024 WORKSHOPS.  WE WILL UPDATE THIS INFORMATION AS WE ARE AWARDED CREDITS.
  • Medical Doctors and Other Eligible Clinicians: Rush University Medical Center designates this live activity for a maximum of 3 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
  • Nurses: ANCC Credit Designation – Nurses: The maximum number of hours awarded for this CE activity is 3 contact hours.
  • Pharmacists: Rush University Medical Center designates this knowledge based CPE activity for 3 contact hours for pharmacists.
  • Registered Dieticians: This activity has been approved by the Commission on Dietetic Registration for 3 CPEUs.
  • MORE CME Details Can Be Found on the CME Accreditation Page

 

FACULTY: Padmaja Patel, MD, FACLM, DipABLM

For nearly two decades, Padmaja Patel, MD, DipABLM, has been a practicing internist in Midland, TX. She currently serves as the Lifestyle Medicine (LM) Medical Director for Wellvana Health, a national value-based organization. She has served as the Medical Director of the Lifestyle Medicine Center at Midland Health and has advocated for offering various comprehensive lifestyle intervention programs under physician supervision. Dr. Patel serves as the President-Elect of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine and Vice President of the World Lifestyle Medicine Organization. She also serves as Vice President of Midland Quality Alliance, a clinically integrated network of physicians in Midland, TX. She is a member of the National Quality Forum's 2022-2022 Leadership Consortium and a founding member of the advisory board of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine's Health Systems Council. She has served as the Chair of the Patient Care Subcommittee of ACLM's Health Systems Council and ACLM's Clinical Practice and Quality Committee. Dr. Patel has delivered many innovative LM care delivery models, including a physician office-based intensive cardiac rehabilitation program. She served as the Medical Director for the Ornish Program for Reversing Heart Disease at Midland Health, the first Intensive Therapeutic Lifestyle Change (ITLC) Program in the US, which demonstrated disease reversal and cost savings from a reduction in post-program cardiac revascularization procedures, inpatient hospitalization, and ER utilization. She has developed successful lifestyle medicine-based ITLC programs for chronic disease remission and reversal, delivering them in person and on virtual platforms. She has passionately advocated LM integration within health systems across the patient care continuum and in employee and population health. In her current part-time role with Wellvana, the national value-based organization, she has designed LM care delivery models to integrate LM within ACOs and Medicare Advantage plans to replicate her success in the FFS models and achieve the quintuple aim of healthcare. Dr. Patel has been awarded the prestigious status of Fellow of ACLM for her outstanding achievement in the field of Lifestyle Medicine. She is also a Certified Lifestyle Medicine Intensivist, a recognition given to those who have successfully used LM as a therapeutic modality to prevent, treat and reverse chronic diseases in individuals, populations, and communities. She co-founded Healthy City, a non-profit organization, to raise awareness of the benefits of plant-based nutrition within her community.

WORKSHOP 3 • TBD

Workshop 1
DATE
Friday, September 20, 2024
TIME
1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
LOCATION
Anaheim Marriott
ROOM
Orange County Ballroom 1-4
FACULTY
TBD
COST
$125
CE CREDITS
See details below
OPEN TO
Anyone. You do not need be attending the PBNHC to attend a workshop.

 

SUMMARY: TBD

  • BELOW ARE THE CME DETAILS FOR OUR 2023 PLANTRICIAN WORKSHOPS.  WE HAVE APPLIED FOR AND EXPECT A SIMILAR AWARD FOR 2024 WORKSHOPS.  WE WILL UPDATE THIS INFORMATION AS WE ARE AWARDED CREDITS.
  • Medical Doctors and Other Eligible Clinicians: Rush University Medical Center designates this live activity for a maximum of 3 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
  • Nurses: ANCC Credit Designation – Nurses: The maximum number of hours awarded for this CE activity is 3 contact hours.
  • Pharmacists: Rush University Medical Center designates this knowledge based CPE activity for 3 contact hours for pharmacists.
  • Registered Dieticians: This activity has been approved by the Commission on Dietetic Registration for 3 CPEUs.
  • MORE CME Details Can Be Found on the CME Accreditation Page

FACULTY: TBD

TBD

Cancellation & Refund Policy

Cancellations received in writing on or before Friday, August 23, 2024, will be refunded full registration fee, less a 15% administrative fee. No refunds will be issued thereafter. Substitute participants will be accepted. Please email info@pbnhc.com or mail to:

The Plantrician Project
PO Box 741596
Boynton Beach, FL  33474

All registrations received after Friday, August 23, 2024, are non refundable.

Eligible promotions/discounts need to be redeemed during the initial registration process and within the scheduled timeframe of that promotion/discount. Once the registration process is completed, promotions/discounts will not be honored retroactively. Also, promotions/discounts cannot be combined — one per registration. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

At its discretion and for any reason, The Plantrician Project reserves the right to deny registration to any potential attendee as well as to revoke any completed registration. Refunds MAY be available for registration revocation.

*** Access available until August 31, 2025. Per CE regulations, attendees choosing to claim CE credits via enduring material must pass a brief online, multiple choice, assessment in order to earn CE credits.