Researchers Share Findings at Monthly Integrative Medicine Grand Rounds
Matthew Kowalski, DC
The Osher Center for Integrative Medicine holds Integrative Medicine Grand Rounds from 8 to 9 a.m., the first Tuesday of each month, at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, in the Bornstein Family Amphitheater. The aim of these grand rounds is to support interdisciplinary learning and discuss integrative medicine research and the application of integrative therapies.
Each month, an audience of conventional and integrative medicine researchers, clinicians and educators from across Boston are presented with alternating research and clinical topics. The research presentations provide the opportunity for researchers to share their findings and promote further discussion about their work.
During clinical presentations, service providers explain their patient’s case, often with the patient present; the treatment plan in which they have used integrative medicine techniques; and their patient’s outcome. All presentations are followed by a Q&A and a coffee hour, at which audience members can speak further with the presenter(s) and network with others working in the field of integrative medicine.
Carolyn Bernstein, M.D., FAHS
The Integrative Medicine Grand Rounds are free and open to conventional and integrative medicine practitioners, researchers and educators from across Boston. This month, the presentation will take place on November 7, and the topic is Moving Past the Misconceptions: A Combined Neurologic/ Chiropractic Approach to Treating Headaches and Neck Pain. Matthew Kowalski, DC, and Carolyn Bernstein, M.D., FAHS, will be presenting.
Cost: Free. Location: 45 Francis St., Boston. To learn more about the Osher Center or watch previous Grand Rounds presentations, visit OsherCenter.org.