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March 16, 2011

This presentation will describe the nature of traumatic stress in children and adolescents and develop ideas about ways of intervening in traumatized children and families.

 

March 15, 2011

Dr. Harvey A. Ziessman, a professor at Johns Hopkins University, will share updates in gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary nuclear medicine.

March 15, 2011

How has health care reform implementation affected different providers across New York thus far, and what lies ahead? Come hear this comprehensive panel reflect on momentum that began before ACA and the impact ACA has had.

March 10, 2011

Patricia J. Volland will provide an overview of current workforce challenges and speak specifically about NYAM’s efforts to train thousands of social work students across the country to work with older adults through the Hartford Partnership Program for Aging Education (HPPAE).

March 8, 2011

Dr. Babar K. Rao will present on the challenges of managing pigmented lesions.


March 7, 2011

This talk will explore both the changing epidemiology of asthma in the past half century and the public policy discourse that explains, rationalizes, and allocates resources to health problems of public importance.  

February 28, 2011

Join us for an evening of short talks on topics in the history of medicine and public health presented by five accomplished NYAM Fellows. 

February 23, 2011

The increasing concentration of poverty and significant inequalities between urban neighborhoods and the physical and social environments in cities are important determinants of population health.  Jo Ivey Boufford, MD, and David Vlahov, PhD, RN, will speak about this important new book, in which experts identify the priority problems and outline solutions that can generate and sustain healthy urban environments. 

February 15, 2011

In this talk of equal interest to both doctors and patients, Newman will describe the expectations and experience of a patient in life-and-death dialogues with doctors.

February 10, 2011

Anne-Emanuelle Birn, ScD will trace the history of cooptation in the context of international health, covering the fates of such progressive ideas as decentralization, gender empowerment, and community participation, and the mixed prospects of "mainstreaming" these approaches.

February 7, 2011

On February 7, join the NYAM Sections on Clinical Nutrition and Social Work for a screening of the award-winning film Super Size Me followed by a 20 minute discussion.

February 5, 2011

The agenda for this symposium reflects the multidisciplinary nature of our membership.

January 20, 2011

Speaker Ruth Finkelstein, ScD, Vice President for Health Policy at NYAM, will discuss NYAM's efforts to advance programs throughout New York that help seniors live vibrant, fulfilling lives.

January 20, 2011

This symposium will offer policymakers strategies for stopping the epidemic of obesity in New York’s low-income neighborhoods and communities of color.

January 18, 2011

Jeffrey Jentzen, MD, PhD will deliver the 2010 John K. Lattimer Lecture on the inconsistencies and inadequacties of the American system of death investigation, focusing on the assassination of President Kennedy, the killing of Bobby Kennedy, and Chappaquiddick.

December 16, 2010

Glorney-Raisbeck Award winner Bertram Pitt, MD will address the role of the hormone aldosterone in patients with chronic systolic heart failure (HF) and HF post-myocardial infarction, and the ongoing trial of aldosterone blockade in patients with HF and a normal left ventricular function.

December 6, 2010

Featuring speakers Joyce A. Leahy, Vice President for Legal Affairs & General Counsel, Maimonides Medical Center, and Dr. Eugenia Siegler, Professor of Clinical Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College.

December 2, 2010

The 2010 Thomas William Salmon Lecture and Award in Psychiatry will feature a lecture on "Molecules and Circuits of Moods and Emotion" and presentation of the Award in Psychiatry to Nancy C. Andreasen, MD, PhD.

December 2, 2010

Speaker Vinh-Kim Nguyen draws on his experiences as a physician and anthropologist in Burkina Faso and Cote-d'Ivoire in the years immediately following 1994, when effective antiretroviral treatments for HIV were discovered. He argues that when antiretrovirals were scarce inAfrica, triage decisions to determine who would receive lifesaving treatment altered social relations in West Africa.

December 2, 2010

The New York Academy of Medicine is accredited by the Medical Society of the State of New York (MSSNY) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The New York Academy of Medicine designates this live educational activity for a maximum of 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM. Physicians should claim only credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Disclosure Policy Statement
The New York Academy of Medicine relies upon invited faculty participants in its CME programs to provide educational information that is objective and free of bias. In this spirit, and in accordance with the guidelines of the program sponsor, faculty participants are expected to indicate any commercial relationship that might be perceived as a real or apparent conflict of interest.

Faculty have indicated a relationship with the following: Steven Fagien; consultant and clinical investigator, Allergan; consultant, Medicis, Galderma, Bioform/Merz, and Collagen Matrix Technologies.

Any discussion of investigational or unlabeled uses of a product will be identified.

November 18, 2010

The New York Academy of Medicine is pleased to present Prevention: The Key to Urban Health, a series that explores the central role prevention plays in strengthening our communities and our personal health and well-being. All events are free and open to the general public.

November 16, 2010

Schedule of Events:

  • Annual Meeting of the Voting Fellows and Induction of New Fellows at 5:00 PM
  • Discourse and Awards at 6:00 PM
  • Reception at 7:30 PM

    For more information please contact Amy Kline, akline@nyam.org

    The Annual Meeting of the Fellows is open to NYAM Fellows only, the Anniversary Discourse and Awards is open to the public

  • November 10, 2010

    Policy and Politics for Nurses and Other Healthcare Professionals provides a nursing focus with an interdisciplinary approach intertwined to create an understanding of the economic, political and policy dimensions of health care. Using contributors, this reference offers future nurses and healthcare practitioners keen insight and understanding that clinical practice is derived from regulation, laws, and policies that are initiated from public policy and politics.

    November 9, 2010
    The New York Academy of Medicine is honored to present the 2010 Millie and Richard Brock Lectureship and Award in Pediatrics to Dr. Jonathan D. Klein, MD, MPH. The Brock Lectureship and Award was established by Millie and Richard Brock in 1995 on the 100th anniversary of NYAM’s Section on Pediatrics. The award is given annually to a nationally recognized leader for distinguished contributions to pediatrics, who also engages in a visiting professorship at a New York area pediatric training program and delivers the Brock Lecture.
    November 8, 2010
    Join Maria Guida as she presents techniques to help you build belief and persuade your listeners as you speak about your research and case work. Maria will show you how to deliver your message with poise, passion, and persuasive power when speaking to doctors, senior program directors, and other listeners. Learn how to make technical material interesting/understandable to the general audience and project your best professional image.
    November 6, 2010
    Free event but registration is required.
    November 6, 2010
    On Saturday, November 6, 2010 the Empire State Medical Association will hold its annual conference entitled "Crisis: Preparedness, Mobilization, Sustainability" at the New York Academy of Medicine. 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.
    November 3, 2010

    A mythology has long reigned among many practitioners that knowledge about an occupational and environmental illness like lead poisoning, once established in one nation, authomatically spreads elsewhere. More recently, an alternative proposition has consolidated among social scientists, that knowledge such as that about lead poisoning has to always be rediscovered in a particular nation for it to spread. By looking at some early evidence from an ongoing comparative study of the development both of hazards and of knowledge about lead poisoning in the United States versus Mexico, Sellers will seek a middle ground between these two approaches to knowledge dissemination in occupational and environmental health.

    November 2, 2010

    Speaker:

    Shankar Vallabhajosula, Ph.D.
    New York Presbyterian Hospital and
    Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University
    October 27, 2010
    The principal theme to be addressed at the Ninth International Conference on Urban Health will be good governance for healthy cities, with special interest in the positive consequences in urban health interventions, as well as the social and public health policies that are required to address these issues. This theme and others will be explored by international plenary speakers and attendees throughout the duration of the conference.
    October 23, 2010

    The Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network (BCAN) will hold "Understanding Bladder Cancer," an educational program expected to bring together more than 200 bladder cancer patients, loved ones and caregivers. Leading bladder cancer specialists will provide a complete overview of the disease, treatment and recent advances. Preregistration is required, as lunch is served and space is limited. Register by Wednesday, October 13, 2010 at the reduced rate of $15 per person. After October 13 registration is $20 per person. Register by phone 888-901-BCAN or online at www.bcan.org.

    October 20, 2010

    The Steven Z. Miller Lecture on Humanism in Medicine Sponsored by the New York Academy of Medicine & The Arnold P. Gold Foundation: "Sustaining a lifetime of Professionalism: Stories of Struggle and Success"

    October 15, 2010

    Moderator: Robert J. Nadig, M.D., M.P.H., FACOEM
    Fellow, The New York Academy of Medicine Chair, Occupational Medicine Section

    October 13, 2010
    Lecture Title: "Pandemic Diabetes and Diabetic Kidney Disease"

    October 12, 2010
    A New York Memoir is about a life lived in New York City over a period of thirty years. The memoir begins in 1975, with author Richard Goodman's arrival in New York, an intimidated newcomer. It follows him through the years as he encounters some of the remarkable people one meets in New York, while harkening back to the inspiration the city provides, especially for artists and young writers. The memoir follows the author as he witnesses tragedies and then ruminates on growing old in New York. It tells of the joys and the difficulties of living in this remarkable city.
    October 6, 2010
    Lecture Title: "Advances in 3D Echocardiography: Clinical Applications"
    October 5, 2010

    The New York Academy of Medicine is pleased to present Prevention: The Key to Urban Health, a series that explores the central role prevention plays in strengthening our communities and our personal health and well-being.

     

    October 5, 2010
    NYAM is teaching people to live healthier lives by developing and delivering educational programs addressing issues from diet and exercise to sun safety and melanoma prevention for schools and community based organizations. Joanne De Simone Eichel, Director of the Office of School Health Programs will facilitate a session showcasing how NYAM works to impact changes in health knowledge, attitudes and behaviors.
    September 28, 2010
    Prostate Cancer detection and screening have been main sources of controversy for the past 2 decades. Voices pro and con were arguing whether PSA screening would or could reduce prostate cancer mortality. Recently 2 large randomized studies, the ERSPC and the PLCO, one in Europe and one in the U.S. addressed the matter in a scientific manner and answered some of the issues raised. In addition, the validity of PSA as a detection marker has been questioned, as much as its power as a screening tool. Thus, the major topics today remain whether PSA is to be used as it was before, and whether screening has an impact on prostate cancer overall. Finally, can we do something to influence the natural history? From environmental to new drug compounds, what can we do to prevent prostate cancer in 2010 and the years to come.
    September 15, 2010
    The Medical Student Forum will feature presentations from a number of this year's student grant awardees for the Glorney-Raisbeck Student Grant, Valentine Student Grant, and Rogers Fellowship. Student grantees will present their research findings to an audience of NYAM Fellows, faculty mentors, research colleagues and fellow student grant awardees.
    September 14, 2010
    If you want to develop optimal cultural competence in yourself and in others, Teaching Cultural Competence in Nursing and Health Care, 2nd Edition and the Cultural Competence Education Resource Toolkit—included in this new edition—are the "how-to" resources for you.
    August 11, 2010
    The TEACH program is aimed at physicians and other health care professionals from all disciplines and specialties. This first-of-its kind experience will be comprised of three interconnected tracks: Forming Recommendations Using GRADE (The Grading of Recommendations Assessment, Development and Evaluation (GRADE) system), Implementing Clinical Evidence in Care Settings and Evidence Based Individualized Care.
    June 22, 2010
    The New York Academy of Medicine is pleased to present Prevention: The Key to Urban Health, a five-part series that explores the central role prevention plays in strengthening our communities and our personal health and well-being. All events are free and open to the general public. This is the third in the series.
    June 18, 2010
    This event will feature the release of a DOHMH report on pregnancy-associated mortality from 2001-2005 and offer New York City and New York State perspectives and propose next steps for reducing New York’s unacceptably high rate of maternal death. Representatives from the maternal and child health, community health, and public health sectors are invited to attend.
    June 10, 2010
    This event will feature the research of Charles Basch, PhD, Richard March Hoe Professor of Health Education at Teachers College, Columbia University.
    June 9, 2010
    The New York Academy of Medicine Section on Psychiatry and the Society for Adolescent Psychiatry present The 2010 Shonfeld Award Lecture "Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy: Adolescents and Adults"
    June 2, 2010
    Join professionals from the Ophthalmology programs in the metro area to hear the top residents present their research. For information, please contact Rick Ziehler, rziehler@nyam.org.
    June 1, 2010
    If you want to develop optimal cultural competence in yourself and in others, Teaching Cultural Competence in Nursing and Health Care, 2nd Edition and the Cultural Competence Education Resource Toolkit—included in this new edition—are the "how-to" resources for you. This hands-on, user-friendly book reveals a systematic seven-step approach that helps take nurses, educators, administrators, professional association leaders, managers, educators, students, and other health care providers from their own starting point towards the pinnacle—optimal cultural competence. Appropriate for all levels and settings (academic, health care institutions, employee education, professional associations, and continuing education), the book provides ready-to-use materials for planning, implementing, and evaluating cultural competence education strategies and programs.
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