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Swedish Medical Center CME: Metabolic Health Symposium
Catalyzing Science to Action for Transformation and Resilience Across the Lifespan
In-person at Renaissance Seattle Hotel
Plus a Live, Virtual Broadcast
Three days exploring and applying the science of metabolic health and nutrition organized around the pillars of metabolic health:
Day 1: Protect the Liver
Day 2: Feed the Gut
Day 3: Support the Brain
This 3-day in-person and virtual medical education symposium will explore and apply the science of metabolic health and nutrition over the lifespan.
Healthcare professionals, it’s time to heed the pandemic’s wake-up call about the link between diet-related diseases and chronic illness. Now, more than ever, we must realize the link between diet, lifestyle, and the majority of chronic diseases that plague modern society. From pediatrics to geriatrics, there is no systems-wide approach.
Join your colleagues and respected leaders as we educate ourselves into a more promising future. Swedish Medical Center’s Metabolic Health and Nutrition CME Symposium is back with a powerful call to action. Our live/virtual hybrid international symposium will be held June 9-11, 2022, at the Renaissance Hotel in downtown Seattle, WA. Building upon two previous highly acclaimed national conferences, the bar has been set high.
This year, our agenda is full of expert-driven content, panel discussions, breakout sessions – including a pediatrics-specific track, and more. Don’t miss this opportunity to ask questions of internationally recognized experts and amazing thought leaders in the fields of metabolic health and nutrition and join in rich networking opportunities. Register early, as seats in the live hall are expected to sell out quickly. For those who cannot attend in person, we’re pleased to announce that the entire event will also be live-streamed, recorded, and also include bonus expert content for on-demand viewing at any time.
This course is designed for physicians and all allied health professionals who care for patients in the Western United States, specifically in the following specialties: family medicine, internal and pediatric medicine, and their sub-specialties including cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, gerontology, neurology and obesity medicine/bariatric medicine.