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On June 18 and 19, 2010, the second conference ‘care for the
Future’ will take place in amsterdam. Following the highly success-
ful premiere conference in October 2009, Supplement has decided
to organize an annual conference on the topic of Integrative
Medicine. this second conference will focus on complementary
therapies in cancer care. the first day consists of simultaneous
workshops and round table meetings. the second day includes
a planery session with world renowned speakers, organized in
collaboration with the Society for Integrative Oncology.
By: Mischa P.M. Nagel and drs. Ivo J.F. Spekman Integrative Oncology: a new era in cancer care Alternative is synonym for ‘instead of’ therapies are effective, less costly and wants to create possibilities for inte-gration of various complementary Personalized program
During the first day participants can choose from different interac- de conferentie zal de voertaal Engels zijn. Dit artikel wordt daarom ook in die taal Mocht u vragen hebben over het programma of meer wil en weten over dit congres, dan Friday June 18th personalized program Workshops and Round Table Conferences
1 a1 Round Table
B1 Workshop
c1 Workshop
Acupuncture and the advantages Integrative Oncology for nurses > Otto Langels
> Janet Lloyd-Jones
a2 Round Table
B2 Workshop
c2 Workshop
> Anna Paul
> Peter Johnstone
> Martine Busch
a3 Round Table
B3 Workshop
c3 Workshop
> Inès von Rosenstiel
> Peter Johnstone
Workshops
A1. Round Table Conference
A2. + A3. Round Table Conference
european Federation of Naturopathy
Is there a place for integrative
oncology in the european health-
care system of tomorrow?
> Peter Johnstone
Round Table Conferences
Participation at a round table
conference by invitation only.
Limited audience to listen.
B1. Workshop
acupuncture and the advantages of
the Low Level laser
• Understand the framework of differ- > Janet Lloyd-Jones
ent models of integrative pediatrics.
• Understand the implication for prac- C1. Workshop
Integrative oncology for nurses
>
Otto Langels
B3. Workshop
B2. Workshop
integrative paediatrics
Mind-Body medicine in Oncology
> Inès von Rosenstiel
> Anna Paul
capacities to self regulate their health • Gain knowledge of care integrative • Gain knowledge of inpatient inte- • Gain knowledge of best practices C a r e Fo r T h e Fu t u r e 2 010 Saturday June 19th plenary session Conference moderator: Inès von Rosenstiel 09.30 - 10.00 Welcome, Introduction and Overview
> Mischa Nagel, director of Supplement Amsterdam
C2. Workshop
> Barrie Cassileth, PhD,
Implementation of visualisation tech-
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, USA niques in a clinical setting
>
Martine Busch
10.00 - 10.45 Nutrition and Physical activity: Modifiable Life Style Factors in
Integrative cancer care
> Donald Abrams, MD, University of California, San Francisco, USA
simple interventions which can be implemented in a clinical environ- 10.45 - 11.30 Herbal Medicine and Dietary Supplements in cancer care
> Fabio Firenzuoli, MD,
Clinical Center of Natural Medicine, S.Giuseppe Hospital, Empoli, Italy 12.00 - 12.45 acupuncture: Overview and research Base
> Stephen Sagar, MD,
Juravinski Cancer Center, McMaster University, Ontario, Canada Healthcare institutions. Questions that will be asked are: what makes imple- 12.45 - 13.30 acupuncture: Mechanisms
> Jacqueline Filshie, MD, Royal Marsden Hospital, London, UK
C3. Workshop
Integrated stepped care in psychoso-

14.15 - 15.00 Integrative Oncology in the UK
cial support for cancer patients: from
> Michelle Kohn, MD, London, UK
oncology nurse interventions to hos-
pitality centers and specialized psy-

15.00 - 15.45 Mind-Body therapies and cancer care
chological care.
> Lorenzo Cohen, PhD, University of Texas, USA
> M. D. Anderson, Cancer Center, Houston, Texas, USA
Patients with cancer do not only have to deal with their physical illness, but social problems. What can be done about this and what level of care gives 16.30 - 17.15 How to Help your Patients Help themselves
> David Servan-Schreiber, MD, PhD,
Universities of Pittsburgh, USA and Lyon, France A senior experienced psychologist will present case studies, evaluations 17.15 - 17.30 conclusion
> Barrie Cassileth, PhD,
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, USA providers can communicate in optima forma with their patients.
17.30 - 18.00 closing ceremony
This program has been put together in collaboration with the Society for Integrative Oncology.
Donald I. Abrams, MD
in patient and family support, medical education, homecare and Donald I. Abrams, M.D. is chief of the Hematology-Oncology hospice, and research in integrative medicine while a faculty Division at San Francisco General Hospital, an integrative member in Medicine and Associate Director of the Comprehensive oncologist at the UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine Cancer Center at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. and Professor of Clinical Medicine at the University of California In 1999 she was recruited to Memorial Sloan-Kettering to create an integrative medicine department, which has become an inter- He graduated from Brown University in 1972 and from the national prototype. She is founding president of the international Stanford University School of Medicine in 1977. After completing Society for Integrative Oncology and Founding Editor-in-Chief an Internal Medicine residency at the Kaiser Foundation Hospital of its Journal, and associate editor or advisory board member of in San Francisco, he became a fellow in Hematology-Oncology at eleven medical journals internationally.
the UCSF Cancer Research Institute in 1980.
She was a founding member of the Advisory Council to the During his fellowship, Dr. Abrams spent eight months working National Institutes of Health Office of Alternative Medicine, now in the retrovirology laboratory of Harold Varmus, M.D. during the Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine. She was the time that the first cases of AIDS were being diagnosed. He on the national Board of Directors of the American Cancer Society subsequently returned to the clinical arena where he was one of and is now on the ACS Eastern Board. She served on many NIH, the original clinician/investigators to recognize many of the early ASCO and other national panels and committees. Her publications include 160 articles in the medical literature 40 He conducted numerous clinical trials investigating conven- medical textbook chapters and 20 books for physicians, patients tional as well as complementary therapies in patients with and families. She is Principal Investigator of several NIH research HIV including therapeutic touch, Traditional Chinese Medicine protocols, heads an NIH “Botanical Research Center,” and was interventions, medicinal mushrooms and distant healing.
director of the first National Cancer Institute training program His interest in botanical therapies led him to pursue a two- in Integrative Oncology for physicians. Primary books include year Fellowship in the Program in Integrative Medicine at the “The Alternative Medicine Handbook: The Complete Guide to University of Arizona which he completed in December 2004. Alternative and Complementary Therapies” and Cassileth et al His particular passion in the field involves nutrition and cancer.
“Herb-Drug Interactions in Oncology” second edition, 2010 and Since completing his Fellowship, Dr. Abrams has been provid- “Integrative Oncology: Complementary therapies in cancer care.” ing Integrative Medicine consultation to people living with and She is proud to serve with Mischa Nagel as co-organizer of this beyond cancer at the UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine where he served as Director of Clinical Programs from August 2006 to December 2008. He has returned to clinical investigation Lorenzo Cohen, PhD
in integrative oncology with interests in medicinal mushrooms, Dr. Lorenzo Cohen is a faculty member at the M. D. Anderson Traditional Chinese Medicine interventions and nutrition.
Cancer Center and is a professor in the Department of Behavioral He co-edited an Oxford University Press textbook in Integrative Science, Director of the Integrative Medicine Program, and Onco logy with Andrew Weil, M.D. Dr. Abrams is currently the Chief of the Section of Integrative Medicine in the Department President of the Society of Integrative Oncology.
of General Oncology.
Dr. Cohen is a founding member of the Society for Integrative Martine Busch
Oncology and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of the Society for Martine Busch is director of the Van Praag Institute which Integrative Oncology. He is currently conducting a number of focuses on education and implementation of complementary NIH-funded and non-funded randomized controlled clinical trials. healthcare forms. The Van Praag Institute also supports and They examine the biobehavioral effects of psychosocial interven- cooperates in clinical research. Martine Busch is frequently tions aimed at reducing the negative aspects of cancer treatment invited nationally and internationally to speak about these top- and improving quality of life. The studies include stress manage- ics and is currently developing with Elsevier a CD with visualiza- ment, emotional writing, meditation, yoga and tai chi/qigong.
tion exercises for specific healthcare problems.
He is interested in examining different types of complementary programs that can be easily incorporated into conventional treat- Barrie R. Cassileth, MS, PhD
ment to decrease the psychophysiological sequelae associated Dr. Cassileth is Laurance S. Rockefeller Chair and Chief of the with treatment. His research simultaneously assesses psycho- Integrative Medicine department at Memorial Sloan-Kettering logical, behavioral and physiological factors in an attempt to Cancer Center. As a researcher, educator and planner, Dr. Cassileth better understand the cancer process. He is principal investigator has worked in integrative medicine and psychosocial aspects of of a center grant from the National Cancer Institute to conduct cancer care for over 30 years. She developed prototypic programs collaborative research projects with Fudan University Cancer C a r e Fo r T h e Fu t u r e 2 010 Hospital in Shanghai, China, that is exploring the use of tradi- Peter A.S. Johnstone
William A. Mitchell Professor and Chair of Radiation Oncology, Indiana University, Indianapolis Jacqueline Filshie
Peter Johnstone received his undergraduate degree in chemistry Jacqueline Filshie is a consultant in Anaesthesia and Pain from the United States Naval Academy in 1979, and served in Management at the Royal Marsden Hospital and Honorary the Navy until retirement in 2003. He earned a Master’s degree Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Cancer Research. She is a in Communication from Oklahoma University in 1985, and his past Chairman of the British Medical Acupuncture Society and medical degree from the Uniformed Services University of a past President of ICMART. Dr Filshie has co-edited three text- Health Sciences School of Medicine, Bethesda, MD, in 1989. His books – ‘Medical Acupuncture: A Western Scientific Approach’, Residency in Radiation Oncology was with the National Cancer ‘Anaesthesia and Malignant Disease’ and more recently with Institute in 1993, and he completed additional training in Medical Adrian White and Mike Cummings, ‘An Introduction to Western Acupuncture at the University of California, Los Angeles. In 2007, Medical Acupuncture’. She has written and lectured widely on he was recruited to IU School of Medicine as Chair and William A. acupuncture, complementary medicine and anaesthesia. She Mitchell Professor of Radiation Oncology. has a special interest in acupuncture for pain and symptom His research interests include cancer survivorship; specifi- control in cancer patients. Dr Filshie is committed to integrat- cally, he has piloted the use of Complementary and Alternative ing acupuncture into mainstream medicine and increasing the Therapies for symptom relief. Dr. Johnstone is known interna- evidence base for medical acupuncture.
tionally for publications on using acupuncture to help patients recover salivary function after head and neck radiation therapy, Fabio Firenzuoli, MD
and on the use of manipulative therapy for lymphedema. He Fabio Firenzuoli, MD, graduated in Medicine cum laude and his team have studied the role of health disparities in treat- (University of Florence, 1984) and is founder and President of ment decisions and outcomes for underprivileged patients with ANMFIT (Italian National Association of Medical Phytotherapists, breast, lung, and head and neck cancer, as well as the unique 1995). He is chairman of Clinical Center of Natural Medicine, needs of young adult survivors of pediatric cancer. S.Giuseppe Hospital, Empoli, Italy, director of referring center Dr. Johnstone is a Fellow of the American College of Radiology, of Phytotherapy of Tuscany Region and of the School of and in 2007 served as President of the Society for Integrative Oncology. He is currently Secretary of the American Radium He is adjunct Professor Clinical Phyto therapy, School of Medicine, Society (www.americanradiumsociety.org). In early 2006 he was University of Florence, (Vice-coordinator and teacher of Master named a Fellow of the American College of Radiology. He is the degree on Clinical Phytotherapy, II^ level), and teacher of many Radiation Oncology Chair (Genitourinary Category) of the ABR other courses of the University of Pisa, Bologna, Italian National Written Examination, and Vice Chair of the ACR Committee on Appropriateness Criteria. He was named Editor-in-Chief of the Firenzuoli is author of many professional books and scientific journal Current Problems in Cancer in mid-2000, and serves on publications about herbal medicine and phyto-pharmacovig- the Editorial Boards of the International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics, the Journal of Surgical Oncology, the Editor of Supplement Evidence-Based Complementary and Journal of the American College of Radiology, and the Journal of Alternative Medicine (eCAM Journal) “ETM-European Traditional the Society for Integrative Oncology.
Medicine” 2007 Sep; 4 (Suppl. 1): 1-70, and Editor of Suppl. Minerva Medica “HERBAL MEDICINES AND CANCER”, 2001 Dr. Michelle Kohn, MBBS BSc MRCP
He is consultant of National and International Research Projects Dr. Kohn is a specialist advisor in integrative and supportive of Italian National Insitute of Health (ISS, Rome) as National sys- cancer care. She qualified in medicine at University College and tem of Phytovigilance and Italian-Chinese Laboratory, ISS/Rome Middlesex School of Medicine, London (1990), with a distinction in pharmacology and therapeutics. Having completed further medical training to become a member of the Royal College with Laser Therapy courses run by Omega Lasers, Acu-Medic, Thor of Physicians, she pursued her interest in integrative oncol- International and the National Health Service.
ogy, developing program for Macmillan Cancer Support and Since 2007 she is working closely with Omega Laser Systems Breakthrough Breast Cancer, amongst others. developing lecture programs in Low Level Laser Therapy and She has been a member of the Complementary Therapies Laser Acupuncture, in both the human and animal fields. Clinical Studies Development Group of the National Cancer Currently she is re-evaluating the success of treatment proto- Research Institute (NCRI) since its inception.
cols developed at Lansdown Veterinary Hospital, and trialled at Dr Kohn presents nationally and internationally on the state of Sportability, using Laser Acupuncture to benefit both human integrative oncology in the UK. She continues to work closely with institutions and organisations in the USA, including the NCI and the Society for Integrative Oncology, of which she is a Dr. rer. medic. Anna Paul
Dr. Anna Paul, Master in Social Work, is the Head of Mind-Body More recently Dr. Kohn has applied her interest in providing Medicine Department of Internal Medicine V: Complementary comprehensive cancer care to the evolving field of cancer survi- and Integrative Medicine, of the Knappschafts-Hospital (Essen- vorship. The challenge of developing services to reflect patients’ Central Clinic, Essen, Germany) since 1999.
ongoing needs – be they physical, psychological, emotional and After finishing her Master in Social Work with specialization practical – is the focus of her current activity. In November 2009, in Adult Education and qualification in Theology she worked Dr Kohn was appointed to develop and lead a program for the as assistant in the Catholic University Community in Munich, Germany. Through different training and continuous educa-tion she became instructor in Health training with a focus on Otto Langels
Psychosomatic Health Training based on Yoga and Ayurveda. Otto Langels is a trained male nurse at the Department for She has also a basic education in Mindfulness-based Stress Internal and Integrative Medicine of Kliniken Essen-Mitte Reduction (MBSR). Beside that she was trained in Harvard (Germany) specialized in Complementary and Integrative Medical School (Boston, USA) for the qualification as Mind-Body patient care on methods to activate the self-healing mecha- nisms of the body, such as Hydrotherapy according to Kneipp®, Her main focus of work in the Essen-Central Clinic is the as well as cupping- and the traditional Chinese Gua Sha- Development and Integration of methods in Mind-Body Massage. Besides that he is a trained medical lay practitioner Medicine in clinical patient care and the scientific research and (Heilpraktiker) and yoga teacher certified according to the teaching of Mind-Body Medicine as preventive methods and IYENGAR® technique. He has a long standing experience in caring for patients, suffering from internal and chronic pain diseases. Since January 2010 he is program director of the inte- Inès von Rosenstiel, MD
grative patient care for cancer patients.
Paediatrician Inès von Rosenstiel practices Integrative Medicine at the Slotervaartziekenhuis in Amsterdam. She was one of the Janet Lloyd-Jones, Lic Ac, MBAcC, member of BMLA and
first doctors to do so in the Netherlands and nationally she is still considered a pioneer in this field. She continuously shares Janet Lloyd Jones is a Registered Acupuncturist and Low Level Laser her knowledge on a national and international level by giving Therapist. She qualified in 1989 from the College of Traditional lectures on her insights and experiences.
Acupuncture, Leamington Spa and set up own human practice Von Rosenstiel is president and co-founder of NIKIM, a collabo- in Nailsworth, Gloucestershire. In 2002 she completed TCM ration of Dutch specialists for spreading information and knowl- post-grad studies at The College of Integrated Chinese Medicine, edge about Integrative Medicine in the Netherlands. NIKIM also Reading. She is a member of the British Medical Laser Association assists medical doctors who are looking for help on this subject and WALT and completed the BMLA ‘Core of Knowledge’ together by bringing them into contact with each other.
C a r e Fo r T h e Fu t u r e 2 010 Dr Stephen M. Sagar, BSc (Hons) MB BS MRCP FRCR FRCPC
Dr. Sagar is a full professor in the Departments of Oncology
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sionals. Please check our website for the latest information on Sagar graduated from Kings College and St. Georges Hospital, London, UK with a first class honors BSc in pharmacology and a distinction in pathology. He has published about 70 manu-scripts, 8 book chapters and one book. He is on the interna- Medicine of Lyon I in France. He co-founded and then directed tional editorial boards of the evidence-based journals, ‘Focus on the Centre for Integrative Medicine of the University of Alternative and Complementary Medicine’, ‘Integrative Cancer Therapies’, ‘Current Oncology’, and the Journal of the Society Following his volunteer activity as physician in Iraq in 1991, he for Integrative Oncology. He is Past-President of the Society was one of the original founders of the US branch of Médecins for Integrative Oncology. His main research interests are natu- Sans Frontières, the international organization that was award- ral health products in oncology and the brain-body reciprocal ed the Nobel Peace Prize in 1999. In 2002 he was awarded relationship using acupuncture and massage therapies for the the Pennsylvania Psychiatric Society Presidential Award for Outstanding Career in Psychiatry.
He is the author of “Healing Without Freud or Prozac” and Dr. David Servan-Schreiber, MD, PhD
“Anticancer, a New Way of Life” in which he discloses his own David Servan-Schreiber, M.D., Ph.D. is a writer, neuroscientist diagnosis with a malignant brain tumor at the age of 31 and and Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of Pittsburgh the self-help program that he put together to complement his School of Medicine. He is also a lecturer in the Faculty of enrollment
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