Workshops on Wellness
August 9, 2019
Join us for the 1st annual Workshops on Wellness conference at Northern Arizona University. This innovative conference is learner-based and interactive—a true workshop approach. Workshops will be conducted by experts on a variety of topics including motivation interviewing, self-compassion, physical activity, marketing communications, and plant-based diets. With break-out sessions all day, you can choose the topics that matter to you most.
Workshops on Wellness is made for healthcare professionals, Registered Dietitians, public and allied health professionals, and personal trainers who want to improve their skills to enhance care. Continuing education credits will be available.
This activity qualifies for 7.5 CEUs. The Flagstaff Medical Center designates this live activity for a maximum of 7.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.
Health Learning Center
Rm. 2405 and 2407
Northern Arizona University
|7:45-8:00||Registration/Check in (Green Scene Café)|
|8:00-8:15||Welcome Session (Room 2405)|
|Breakout Section A (Room 2405)||Breakout Section B (Room 2407)|
|8:30-10:15||Motivational Interviewing 2.0: Engage, Connect, Inspire –
|Exercise for Cancer Patients|
|10:30-12:15||Motivational Interviewing 2.0: Engage, Connect, Inspire – Advanced
|To All My Relations: To Enhance the Quality of Care for Native American Patients
|1:15-3||Marketing Strategies to Promote Healthy Behaviors
|The Science and Application of High Intensity Interval Training
|3:15-5||Micronutrient-Dense, Plant-Rich Nutrition; Food||Bringing Self-Compassion into Your Personal and Professional Practice
(Conference registration includes free lunch available day of conference at Green Scene Café)
$75 early bird registration before 7/12
$90 registration from 7/13-8/2
$100 registration available day of conference
$40 for preceptors of NAU Health Sciences students (nutrition, fitness/wellness, public health, PE education)
Check in at the Green Scene Café on the 3rd floor of the Health & Learning Center on the day of the conference.
Conference Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this educational activity, participants should be able to:
- Participants will be able to list at least 3 physiological benefits of physical activity in cancer patients
- Demonstrate exercise modifications for cancer patients across the continuum of care.
- Describe best practices of communicating to lay audience.
- List effective marketing strategies to promote healthy behaviors.
- Describe the techniques and strategies used in motivational interviewing to improve client-centered care.
- List three open-ended questions that can increase patient and client motivation
- List the physiological principles and research support behind High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)
- Participants will be able to identify micronutrient-dense, plant-based foods that are most beneficial for human health.
- Participants will be able to describe benefits of increasing self-compassion.
- Participants will complete self-compassion activities and know how to incorporate these activities into their own professional practice.
- Participants will develop strategies to gain rapport with patients or clients who identify as Navajo.
In the interest of complete disclosure, the speakers at this CME Activity and the committee involved in the planning of this activity have signed a financial disclosure form and has no conflict of interest with any commercial entities or products that may have an interest in this program. Jay Sutliffe has disclosed he has received a grant/research support from Nutritional Research Foundation Inc. This is intended to make you aware of the faculty’s interests, so you may form your own judgments about such materials.
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Arizona Medical Association through the joint providership of Flagstaff Medical Center and Northern Arizona University. The Flagstaff Medical Center is accredited by the Arizona Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The Flagstaff Medical Center designates this live activity for a maximum of 7.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.