3310.0 Models of Wellness Care in Practice

Monday, November 9, 2009: 2:30 PM
The primary topic discussed in this session is health promotion, and this is looked at in different settings. In addition, health diets are described as they were developed and implemented in a community-based chiropractic college teaching clinic. Information is given on influenza biology, in recognition of the global H1N1 flu crisis, and chiropractic attitudes toward immunixation are described and reviewed on way to a new proposal for same.
Session Objectives: 1. Discuss influenza biology for chiropractic physicians 2. Discuss health promotion in different settings. 3. define student attitudes toward geriatric care. 3.

2:30 PM
2:54 PM
Implementing healthy diets and exercise in a community outreach clinic
John S. Mosby, DC, MD and Sarah E. Nieves, BA
3:06 PM
Health promotion in chiropractic practice: 2010 and 2005 NBCE practice surveys
John K. Hyland, DC MPH, Mark G. Christensen, PhD and Martin W. Kollasch, DC
3:18 PM
Health Promotion and Prevention Practice in a Chiropractic Teaching Clinic
Harrison T. Ndetan, MSc, MPH, DrPH, Marion Willard Evans, DC, PhD, CHES, Michael Ramcharan, DC, Sejong Bae, PhD, Karan P. Singh, PhD, Ronald Rupert, MS, DC and Cathy Evans
3:30 PM
Students' attitudes toward geriatric wellness care
Anupama Kizhakkeveettil, BAMS (Ayu), MAOM, David M. Sikorski, DC and Gene S. Tobias, PhD, DC

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Organized by: Chiropractic Health Care

CE Credits: Medical (CME), Health Education (CHES), Nursing (CNE), Public Health (CPH)