The United States is facing an urgent lifestyle-related health crisis resulting in the rising prevalence of chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, obesity, hypertension, and certain cancers. The CDC reports 6 in 10 people in the United States have a chronic disease and 4 in 10 have two or more diseases. Eighty percent (80%) of chronic diseases can be prevented through lifestyle changes. To transform from “sick care” to “healthcare”, this series of webinars will provide resource to decrease chronic diseases, health inequity, and increase provider self-care and well-being. You are invited to participate in an innovative series hosted by FGCU School of Nursing DNP Program on providing high-value care through lifestyle medicine. Registration no fees, up to 5 CEU are available.
You Are Invited to Attend the Lifestyle Medicine Virtual Series:
Lifestyle Medicine Introduction: High-value Care
Making Lifestyle Medicine Pay: Billing and Coding; Medical Informatics
Lifestyle Medicine: Hybrid Value-based Model Chronic Disease Prevention
Health Equity Achieved through Lifestyle Medicines (HEAL): addressing Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility
Best Care is self-care: Stress Less, Thrive More! Provider self-care and your practice
- Lifestyle Medicine Introduction: High-value Care, 7-8p
Speaker: Kelly Freeman, MSN, RN, AGPCNP-BC, DipACLM
Kelly Freeman is the current Director of Academic Advancement at the American College of Lifestyle Medicine. She is a co-founder and the current president of the Indiana Lifestyle Medicine Network.
- Making Lifestyle Medicine Pay: Billing and Coding; Medical Informatics, 7-8pm
Speaker: Wendy L. Wright, DNP, ANP-BC, FNP-BC, FAANP, FAAN, FNAP
Wendy is the founder of the NH Chamber of Entrepreneurial Nurse Practitioners, an organization designed to assist nurse practitioners with independent practice issues.In October 2020, Dr. Wright was featured in the Wall Street Journal for her Nurse Practitioner Led Clinics and the care they provide.
- Lifestyle Medicine: Hybrid Value-based Model Chronic Disease Prevention, 7-8pm
Speaker: Wayne Dysinger, MD, MPH
Dr. Dysinger is a lifestyle, preventive and family medicine physician who currently serves as physician, and founder of Lifestyle Medical, a new model group of primary care clinics built around Lifestyle Medicine principles.
- Health Equity Achieved through Lifestyle Medicines (HEAL): addressing Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility, 7-8:30p
Speaker: David A. R. Bowman M.D.
Dr. David Bowman is a lifestyle medicine physician and pediatrician. He earned his degrees from Howard University and Indiana University. Works as faculty in the department of pediatrics at Howard and is earning his Masters in Nutritional Sciences to formalize his nutrition education. Member of the Board of Directors at ACLM and will become co-chair of HEAL initiative.
Speaker: Marsha-Gail Davis, MD, MPH
Dr. Davis earned her medical degree from University of California, San Diego and completed her internal medicine residency at Yale and her preventive medicine training at University of California, San Diego. She is board certified in Internal Medicine, Preventive Medicine and Lifestyle Medicine.
Speaker: Terri Stone, MD
Dr. Terri Stone attended Georgetown University School of Medicine and is board certified in Lifestyle and Internal Medicine. Terri received training at Harvard’s Clinician Chef Coaching Program, Benson-Henry Mind Body Institute, Georgetown University SOM Mindy Body Medicine, and Culinary Teaching Kitchen. She served on Board of Directors of the ACLM and Co-Chair of HEAL. She serves as Medical Director/Co-developer of Fresh & Savory Culinary and Lifestyle Medicine Shared Medical Appointment Pop Up Teaching Kitchen Program at Medstar Health Lafayette Centre and leads Georgetown University SOM & Medstar Associate Wellbeing initiatives. Dr. Stone is an active member of the Teaching Kitchen Collaborative (TKC), International Congress on Integrative Medicine and Health Program Committee Teaching Kitchen Research Conference Planning Committee. She worked PCRM colleagues to introduce Plant Powered living to the healthcare community with the Capitol City Plant Powered Challenge.
- Best Care is self-care: Stress Less, Thrive More! Provider self-care and Your practice, 7-8p
Speaker: Robyn Tiger, MD
Dr. Robyn Tiger, is the founder of StressFreeMD a wellness practice that provides freedom through self-care education. Robyn works as a physician, trauma-informed self-care coach, and podcaster. She has been trained in medicine, yoga therapy, iRest® meditation & life coaching.