Want to learn about the latest findings in genomics and how to apply them to your practice? Network with professionals in your field? Share your clinical case studies and research?
Do this and more by attending the second annual IM conference, sponsored by the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine. As new discoveries in individualized medicine make their way into practice, they present new challenges.
This conference addresses practical issues of integrating pharmacogenomics, microbiomics, epigenomics, and genomic medicine into patient care. Conference topics include the integration of drug-gene pair alerts into the EMR; understanding which patients might benefit from whole genome/exome sequencing interpretation and its relevance to prognosis and diagnosis; sharing complicated genomic information with patients; and discussion of regulatory, legal, and bioethical issues.
A pre-conference course, Omics 101, explores principles and applications of genomics and pharmacogenomics in clinical and laboratory practice.
Learn more, see speakers and detailed schedule at http://individualizingmedicineconference.mayo.edu
As the field of hospital medicine continues to grow, so does the complexity and management of hospitalized patients. This program will address many of the challenges experienced by hospital-based health care professionals and provide a forum for the exchange of clinical and practice ideas to enhance the delivery of health care and provide better patient outcomes. Using an interactive, case-based format, key highlights from all major areas of internal medicine and its subspecialties will be presented. Plan to join your colleagues and our distinguished guest and Mayo Clinic faculty in Tucson November 6-9, 2013.
This three-day multidisciplinary conference explores current state-of-the art techniques and program development to implement a blood management program in hospitals. This is a one-of-a-kind summit organized by leaders in blood management from Mayo Clinic, Hartford Hospital, Loyola University, and Cleveland Clinic, with faculty participation from all four organizations.
This conference will explore spirituality in the context of healthcare innovations, and the impact of spirituality on decision making related to innovations, technology, ethics, and issues around beginning of life, end of life, and quality of life.
This three-day multidisciplinary conference explores current state-of-the –art techniques and program development to implement a blood management program in hospitals. This is a one-of-a-kind summit organized by leaders in blood management from Mayo Clinic, Hartford Hospital, Loyola University, and Cleveland Clinic, with faculty participation from all four organizations. Following the successful 2012 course, the program has been slightly expanded for 2013.