American Academy of Environmental Medicine
October 10 - October 13
Join the American Academy of Environmental Medicine for 5 days in Bourbon Country, which has been named one of the “Top 10 Travel Destinations in the United States” for 2018 by Lonely Planet. This year the Academy’s fall conference will cover Fatigue: A Complex Diagnosis and Treatment Dilemma. Don’t miss this session which should provide you with the knowledge to help these often-desperate patients (The Walking Wounded).
AAEM is dedicated to the comprehensive education of health care professionals from all traditional and alternative disciplines, the public, government, industry, and health insurance officials, and other who are interested in various aspects of environmentally triggered illnesses and are looking for more efficacious and cost effective ways to understand, diagnose, treat, and prevent these disorders. AAEM provides ongoing American Medical Association-accredited symposia and educational courses. At these conferences, attendees are trained to identify, diagnose and treat those illnesses related to or caused by environmental factors. The Fall Meeting of the Academy is an open forum addressing aspects of Environmental Medicine as well as related topics. The AAEM’s highest priority is to provide stimulating meeting programs in an environment of sharing, generating ideas and initiating collaborations and providing a platform for launching beneficial relationship for all conference attendees. The creative minds of many will share novel, original and creative ideas to provide what you are looking for and need right now. Make the necessary arrangement to attend the AAEM Fall Meeting today.
The emphasis of this meeting will be on equipping MDs, DOs, NDs, FNPs and PAs to practice medicine with practical, yet simple, suggestions to increase your success.
Come with an open mind. Join in the brain storming and hear about some ideas you never considered, from doctors who have applied some basic principles that work. Find some of the most creative doctors in medicine and let them share exactly how they have developed larger practices, incomes and more importantly happier, healthier patients.