April 15, 2022
In just under two weeks, the industry’s key experts and influential voices will gather at the critically-acclaimed Diplomat Hotel in Hollywood, FL, for the 30th Annual Spring Congress. We hope you will be joining us for “Eat, Fuel, Heal: Nurturing the Second Brain” between April 29-30 for an all-inclusive weekend exploring the pertinent role of nutrition in optimal health and chronic disease management.
Dedicated to solving clinical problems and bridging critical gaps in medical education, the A4M team has planned this event to offer direct access to leading authorities, the latest practical clinical insights, a wide range of interactive sessions, and much more.
So, what can you expect at the upcoming 30th Annual Spring Congress? Read on to find out.
December 3, 2021
In just one week, the 29th Annual World Congress will be underway! We hope you will be joining us live in Las Vegas between December 9-12, 2021, for the medical education event of the year hosted by world-renowned industry leaders. In line with A4M’s mission to equip clinicians and other medical professionals with the most clinically current advanced education, this year’s conference will deliver a packed agenda of the most relevant topics in advanced integrative medicine education.
The premier event will delve into the numerous challenges and changes that have occurred in the last two years and highlight emerging opportunities in the health care field. Themed “The Next Chapter: Unmasking the Hidden Epidemic,” this year’s World Congress will address the crises within our medical system that have left patients and health care professionals neglected, and our shared communities vulnerable. Attendees will leave with forward-thinking expert insights to help them confidently lead the next chapter in health care with comprehensive knowledge, innovative care strategies, and invaluable tools.
September 16, 2019
Despite the continuous medical focus on obesity, nutrition, and diet-related diseases, many internal medicine training programs still lack comprehensive nutrition education modules, leaving residents and physicians inadequately equipped to handle many related conditions – including the pervasive obesity health crisis. A commentary published in JAMA Internal Medicine in July underscores the persisting need for nutrition knowledge for today’s physicians.