Extended Annual Meeting

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Session Title:
Patient-Centered Care
Date & Time:
September 22, 2021, 7:00 PM–8:00 PM ET
Length:
1 Hour
CME:
No CME is granted for this webinar
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Target Audience:
Surgeons with a special interest in the treatment of breast disease
Objectives:
At the end of this activity, participants will be able to:
  • Apply practical tips for building a culture of patient engagement
  • Provide supportive care conversations
  • Discuss complimentary/alternative therapies and lifestyle modification with patients
Description:
This webinar is designed to provide surgeons with practical tips for building a culture of patient engagement. Topics include delivering supportive care conversations, discussing complimentary/alternative therapies and lifestyle modifications with patients.
Agenda:
Welcome and Introduction
April Spencer, MD
Complimentary/Alternative Therapies
Beth DuPree, MD, ABOIM
Lifestyle Modifications: Nutrition and Exercise
Virginia Herrmann, MD
Q&A
Faculty:
Moderator: April Spencer, MD
Just Breast, LLC
Atlanta, GA
Beth DuPree, MD, ABOIM
Northern Arizona Healthcare
Sedona, AZ
Virginia Herrmann, MD
Washington University School of Medicine
St Louis, MO
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