Integrative Oncology at the Next Level

Caring for the Patient
Across the Cancer Spectrum

AAMP FALL CONFERENCE:
Oct 25th-27th, 2019
Hilton Seattle Airport & Conference Center

The integrative care of the patient with cancer can become complex and overwhelm the most experienced clinician. After three decades working with cancer patients Dr. Anderson has broken down the process into three distinct, but related, phases which help the patient and clinician understand the importance and appropriateness of each phase of care. Each phase has different and unique needs, concerns and crossover with conventional oncology to be concerned with. By assessing the patient in the appropriate phase the therapies, concerns and crossovers with conventional oncology care can be appropriately managed and inappropriate interventions eliminated. This approach allows the clinician to prioritize care and the patient to understand why their care plan is structured as it is.

The three phases are:

  1. Diagnosis to Active Oncology Care
  2. Recovery from Active Oncology Care
  3. Secondary Prevention – Maintaining Remission

Targeted Attendees:

Treating clinicians including MD, DO, ND, NMD, NP, PA and other direct entry licensed providers. Staff (RN, HBOT Tech, etc.) often attend with the clinic physicians.

Unique Approach:

Most integrative oncology symposia offer good material but often due to the number of varied speakers and topics often the attendee is left with some key points and interventions but a lack of clinical understanding as to when those are appropriate interventions to use. Dr. Anderson’s bestselling book “Outside the Box Cancer Therapies” with over 1,000 references and many clinical tips is already available and many attendees will have that. Additionally each speaker (including Dr. Anderson) will provide a take home document with their top tips, tools and resources for the attendee to use. At AAMP Seattle 2019 Dr. Anderson is building a curriculum based on the three phase approach above but also with extremely experienced speakers who, like Dr. Anderson, have decades of clinical experience in integrated cancer care. Each day will have a theme so every day ends with the attendee feeling like the “have” something. AAMP is all about advancing clinical knowledge and this CME will take the attendee (regardless of experience with integrative oncology) to the next level of effectiveness. And after the event AAMP has two private Q&A webinars to get any after the seminar question answered.

Watch Dr. Anderson's Pre-Seattle Webinar for a deeper look at our Fall Conference!

Post conference, attendees and AAMP members will be able to participate in webinars, acting as a refresher to learnings from the conference.

 

Speakers

Agenda Outline
Topical Areas Each Day:

Friday Focus
The Patient from Diagnosis to Active Oncology Care:

Friday Morning Focus: Working alongside conventional care
  • What laboratory diagnostics can be used both from standard of care and innovative lab assessments.
  • What integrative therapies can be used during active chemotherapy, surgery and radiation?
  • How does one deal with mitigating conventional care side effects during said care?
Friday Afternoon Focus: Therapies when Standard of Care Fails and Overall Patient Assessment
  • What if the patient is not a candidate for conventional care, fails conventional care or cannot tolerate it – what are the best aggressive integrative therapies to use?
  • How does one assess efficacy of any active care – when and how do we know?
  • What protocols are available?

Saturday Focus
The Patient in Secondary Prevention – Maintaining Remission:

Saturday Morning Focus: No Evidence of Disease? How to Keep it That Way?
  • What are the triggers for cancer recurrence?
  • What is the latest tumor biology leading us to in preventive strategies?
  • How do we assess the “non-cancer” areas of health that can silently trigger a recurrence?
Saturday Afternoon Focus: Maintaining Remission – What do I do?
  • What are key strategies and protocols for this phase over time?
  • How do I assess and track all this?

Sunday Focus
The Patient in Recovery from Active Oncology Care:

Sunday Morning Focus: Recovery Strategies – The Obvious and not so Obvious Benefits!
  • How can we maximize recovery from surgery, radiation and chemotherapy, or any combination thereof?
  • How does an appropriate recovery plan actually lower recurrence risk for cancer?
  • How long should this phase last?
  • How do we assess progress?
Sunday Afternoon Focus: How to aid Healing and Prepare for Remission.
  • What specific protocols should we consider?

  • If there is no remission what do we do next regarding anti-cancer and quality of life interventions?

Registration

Individual Delegate (Early Registration!)

$745 Person
  • Normal price: $795 USD
    after July 1st, 2019

  • Three Day Conference Ticket
  • 17.5 Category 1 AMA PRA Credits™
  • Pharmacy and ethics credits will be available
  • 2 Post-Conference Webinars
  • Participation in Case Study Discussions, Evening Workshops, Q&A, and more!
  • All Organic Meals during conference hours: Breakfast, AM and PM Breaks, Lunch and one cocktail reception.

Corporate Pass (Early Registration!)

$2135 Organization
  • Normal price: $2,285.00 USD
    after July 1st, 2019

  • Conference Registration for 3 Attendees from the same practice
  • 17.5 Category 1 AMA PRA Credits™
  • Pharmacy and ethics credits will be available
  • 2 Post-Conference Webinars
  • Participation in Case Study Discussions, Evening Workshops, Q&A, and more!
  • All Organic Meals during conference hours: Breakfast, AM and PM Breaks, Lunch and one cocktail reception.

Don't just take our word for it,
Here's what past attendees think!

“AAMP was extremely affordable given the value shared. Every speaker was truly fantastic and inspiring. So worth the ticket price and time investment. AAMP left me feeling like I was given far more than it cost me to attend. It was a very community collective feel to the event, that makes it easy to recommend to others not already connected with this community.”  Dr. Summer Beattie

“AAMP was extremely affordable given the value shared. Every speaker was truly fantastic and inspiring. So worth the ticket price and time investment. AAMP left me feeling like I was given far more than it cost me to attend. It was a very community collective feel to the event, that makes it easy to recommend to others not already connected with this community."

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“I rated the speakers on new info for me and how applicable in using these therapies with patients. At AAMP, all speakers are great! The resources are abundant, and I’m confident in being able to apply new things learned with my patients.”

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“No one puts on conferences as well run, well fed and well coordinated than AAMP. Honestly, no one else even comes close! Plus, AAMP always has great speakers and I very much appreciate the healthy food options."

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“My 1st AAMP conference. It was the best run conference I have ever attended. The organization and punctuality were absolutely amazing and there is no equal. The food was the best I’ve ever had at a conference. All speakers are great, knowledgeable and excellent presenters."

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“Truly fantastic conference, head and shoulders above many others, with an exceptional amount of knowledge and wisdom being shared. Very well run time management. Really looking forward to Arizona 2019.”

Venue

Friday, Oct 25th to Sunday, Oct 27th, 2019

Hilton Seattle Airport & Conference Center

Give us a call at 206-244 4800

PERFECTLY LOCATED MODERN HOTEL, CLOSE TO THE AIRPORT AND WITHIN EASY REACH OF DOWNTOWN SEATTLE

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Distinctly different from typical airport hotels, Hilton Seattle Airport & Conference Center provides the ideal setting for AAMP’s Fall Conference. Surrounded by a stunning courtyard and pool, featuring an expansive lobby, the full-service hotel and dedicated staff will offer a warm welcome to AAMP guests.

Enjoy several convenient transportation options, available from Seattle International Airport.