Navajo Nation's Regional Healthcare Facility Needs Our Help

The current COVID-19 pandemic has acutely affected the Navajo Nation, which lives in a region spanning parts of Arizona, Utah and New Mexico. Historically, the Navajo People have suffered high rates of diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer, all of which contribute to increased risk for poorer COVID-19 outcomes.

For decades, tribal land has been left without basic infrastructure such as running water, electricity and paved roads.

The Indian Health Service has been chronically underfunded, and the Tuba City Regional Healthcare Corporation is the only cancer treatment location on any Native American soil. The SIO is honored to present this support initiative. Donations will go directly to Tuba City Regional Healthcare through the Cancer Support Community donation page, and will be used for essential healthcare needs such as PPE for staff and hand sanitizer. Please join us in this opportunity to improve the lives of those who suffer such health disparities. Learn  more on our COVID-19 Resources page and submit your contribution on our Donation page.

 

Integrative Oncology Talk Podcast to Feature Navajo Nation Recording Artist, Inspirational Speaker and Spiritual Healer, Tony Redhouse

 
Dr. Rao and Mr Redhouse are joined by Leigh Leibel, MSc. Ms. Leibel holds a Masters in Science in Yoga Therapy (S-Vyasa in Bengaluru, India) and maintains a clinical practice in Integrative Oncology at Columbia University Irving Medical Center.  She initiated the Yoga Sig for the Society for Integrative Oncology and, more recently, co-created Wellspring.Global, a collaborative of healthcare providers delivering evidence based digital interventions for no charge to vulnerable populations and frontline providers to help with stress and anxiety during covid.  For more information, please visit leighleibel.com
 

The Society for Integrative Oncology is assisting the Navajo nation as they have been deeply impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.  Please consider contributing to our SIO fundraiser for the Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation, the only cancer treatment center on Native American soil, which is in need of community and medical supplies to combat COVID-19.  For more information on this ongoing fundraising initiative, please visit https://integrativeonc.org/covid-19-resources and visit SIO's donation page to contribute.

  

18th International Conference Rescheduled to September 24-26, 2021 

Read letter from SIO President, Ting Bao, MD, DABMA, MS.

SIO Abstract Submissions Portal Will Re-Open in Early 2021

Due to the 17th International Conference being postponed until September 24-26, 2021, we have closed the abstract submisssions portal. Please watch for notifications of its re-opening in early 2021. All abstracts that have been submitted to date will be saved and submitted to the review committee. 

 


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Clinical Practice Guidelines

SIO is pleased to provide its updated clinical practice guidelines for breast cancer. In June 2018, ASCO announced endorsement of the guidelines. The guidelines were published in 2017. Researchers analyzed which integrative treatments are most effective and safe for patients with breast cancer. The guidelines are a resource for clinicians and patients to inform evidence-based decisions on the use of integrative therapies during breast cancer treatment. Researchers at US and Canadian institutions evaluated the efficacy and safety of more than 80 therapies.

The Journal of the National Cancer Institute Monograph has  published a special issue co-sponsored by SIO, "Advancing the Global Impact of Integrative Oncology"; including a comprehensive definition for integrative oncology. The articles in the special Monograph were all peer-reviewed.


                                                                    

 Hear what presenters, board members, and others have to say about #SIOVirtual Conference Oct. 15-17 on YouTube! 

Have you registered yet? #SIO2020Virtual Conference is October 16-17, 2020
Registration is open!

Please visit our Conference Home Page for more information and to register.
 
 

Read the latest blog from Eugene  and Linda Carlson, PhD, C.Psych 
"What Now? Navigating cancer treatment during a possible COVID-19 'second wave'"

"The Use of Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine in COVID-19 - Where's the Evidence?"

Webinar presentation by Weidong Lu, MB, MPH, PhD, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute - recording now available on YouTube.

TCM and Integrative Oncology Practice in China During COVID-19 Outbreak

by Yufei Yang, MD 

Given the rapidly progressing global COVID-19 crisis, SIO leadership has decided to launch a COVID-19 column to specifically address our members’ needs. Our first interview is with Yufei Yang, MD, who is the director of integrative oncology at Beijing Xiyuan Hospital. We would like to learn from our Chinese colleagues’ recent advances in combating COVID-19. This is in keeping with SIO’s practice of facilitating opportunities to share our members’ experiences and perspectives. The full article - TCM and Integrative Oncology Practice in China During COVID-19 Outbreak represents Dr. Yang and her team’s views only.

 

Call for Applications: SIO 2020 Africa Travel Scholarship - Postponed Until 2021

Please watch for details in early 2021.

 

Watch Video on Abstract Writing Best Practices 

Please be sure to watch this video in preparation for submitting abstracts in early 2021.

 

SIO 2019 Conference Presentations Available on VuMedi

As a resource to SIO conference attendees, presentations from SIO's 16th International Conference in NYC are now accessible through VuMedi.com, a video hosting platform that posts content from a broad range of healthcare organizations and medical professionals.

Here is a list of restaurants located within a 5-15 minute walk of #SIO2019 16th International Caonference at the Hilton Midtown:

Ipanema (Brazilian/Portuguese)

Dim Sum Palace (Chinese)

Toloache 50 (Mexican)

El Centro (Mexican)

Bengal Tiger (Indian)

Burger & Lobster (Seafood/American)

Trattoria Trecolori (Italian)

P.S. Kitchen (Vegan)

Robert (American, great views)

Limani (Mediterranean)

ABA Turkish Restaurant (Mediterranean)

Topaz (Thai) 127 W. 56 th St. https://www.topaznoodlebarny.com


Chopt (Salads) 120 W. 56 th St. https://www.choptsalad.com


Pret A Manger (Health-conscious) 1756 Broadway https://www.pret.com/en-us


Le Pain Quotidien (Health-conscious) 1271 6 th Ave/Rockefeller Ctr
https://www.lepainquotidien.com/us/en/locations/Rockefeller_Center/1271-6th-
Ave


Fresh&Co 7 th Ave & 54 th http://www.freshandco.com


Recommended but not within walking distance:


Han Gawi (Vegetarian, Korean) 12 E 32 nd St. bet. 5 th Ave & Madison Ave
http://www.hangawirestaurant.com

Within walking distance of hotel on Google Maps:

Black Tap (Burgers) 136 W. 55 th St. https://blacktap.com


Great American Health Bar (Kosher/Health-conscious) 35 W. 57 th
http://www.greatamericantogo.com


PizzArte (Pizzeria, Art Gallery) 69 W. 55 th St.
http://www.pizzarteny.com


Many restaurants in Rockefeller Center https://www.rockefellercenter.com

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Conference Schedule At A Glance

Friday, October 16, 2020, 9:00am - 4:15pm ET

9:00am     9:50am Morning Wellness Session - Embracing Wellness Across the Health Disparity Continuum - Yoga SIG
10:00am 10:15am    Opening Welcome
10:20am 11:15am Keynote
11:15am 11:45am Sponsor Interaction | Break
11:45am 1:00pm Panel Discussion: Health Disparities in Integrative Oncology
1:00pm 2:00pm Networking Chat | Sponsor Interaction | Break
2:00pm 3:00pm Panel Discussion: Natural Health Products for Immune Support Amid COVID-19
3:05pm 4:15pm SIGs, Committee and Task Force "Round Tables"

 

Saturday, October 17, 2020, 9:00am - 3:20pm ET

9:00am     10:00am    Integrative Oncology Global Update Meeting
10:05am  10:20am State of SIO
10:20am 11:20am Panel Discussion: Integrative Oncology in COVID-19 
11:20am  11:50am Sponsor Interaction | Break
11:50am 12:50pm Concurrent Workshops*
12:50pm  1:10pm Networking Chat | Sponsor Interaction | Break
1:10pm  1:55pm Love is the heartbeat that Heals: Mind, Body & Soul -  Tony Redhouse, Navajo Nation Recording Artist, Spiritual Healer
2:00pm  3:00pm Panel Discussion: COVID and Beyond: Coping with Stress - Lifestyle Issues
3:05pm 3:20pm Beyond COVID-19: Intro to 2021

 

*Concurrent Workshops, Saturday 11:50am - 12:50pm (see below for workshop descriptions)

  1. What Do I Do Now? Guiding Patients Toward Healthy Lifestyle Choices
  2. Diversity, Engagement, Access: AYAs and Integrative Therapies Across the Cancer Care Continuum
  3. Culture and Integrative Oncology: Helping People Around the World Live Well with Cancer

Conference Schedule Details

Friday, October 16, 2020, 9:00am - 4:15pm ET

START END SESSION PRESENTED BY
9:00am 9:50am Morning Wellness Yoga SIG
       
10:00am   10:15am   Opening Welcome Ting Bao, MD, DABMA, MS, SIO President
      Channing Paller, MD
      Linda Carlson, PhD, CPsych
       
 10:20am 11:15am Keynote Address Otis Brawley, MD
    Disparities in COVID-19 and Health Promotion Bloomberg Distinguished Professor 
      Johns Hopkins University 
       
11:15am 11:45am Sponsor Interaction | Break  
       
11:45am 1:00pm Panel Discussion Otis Brawley, MD
    Health Disparities in Integrative Oncology Ana Maria Lopez MD, MPH
    Moderated by Santosh Rao, MD Eleanor Walker, MD
      Desirée Walker, Patient Advocate
       
1:00pm 2:00pm Networking Chat | Sponsor Interaction | Break  
    Patient Advocate Welcome 1:10-1:50pm ET  look for details in the Whova app
       
2:00pm 3:00pm Panel Discussion Gabriel Lopez, MD
    Natural Health Products for Immune Support Amid COVID-19 Tara Berman, MD 
    Moderated by Channing Paller, MD Eugene Ahn, MD
     

Elizabeth Novy, RN-BC, NC-BC, NBC-HWC, RYT-200 - Care Partner

       
3:05pm 4:15pm

SIGs, Committee and Task Force "Round Tables"

Virtual Care: Host Eran Ben-Arye, MD
Acupuncture SIG: Host Jennifer A. M. Stone, MSOM, LAc
Pediatrics SIG: Nirupa J. Raghunathan, MD
Yoga SIG: Host Leigh Leibel, MSc
Research Committee: Host Viraj Master MD, PhD, FACS
Patient Advocate Committee: Host Betsy Glosik
Communications Committee: Host Linda E. Carlson, PhD, RPsych

Introduction by Ting Bao, MD, DABMA, MS

SIGs, Committees and Task Force Highlights
Speaker: Lynda Balneaves, RN, PhD 


Saturday, October 17, 2020, 9:00am - 3:20pm ET 

START  END SESSION PRESENTED BY
 9:00am   10:00am   Integrative Oncology Global Update Meeting Eran Ben-Arye, MD (Israel) 
    Moderated by Jun Mao, MD, MSCE  Yufei Yang , MD (China) 
      Alejandro Salicrup, MD (USA) 
      Massimo Bonucci, MD  (Italy) 
      Ricardo Ghelman, MD (Brazil) 
       
10:05am  10:20am State of SIO SIO Executive Committee
    Moderated by Ting Bao, MD, DABMA, MS, President   
       
10:20am 11:20am Panel Discussion Lynda G. Balneaves,RN, PhD (Canada)
    Integrative Oncology in COVID-19 Gunver Kienle, MD (Germany)
    Moderated by Eran Ben-Arye, MD Shelley White,  MSW, LCSW, OSW-C (USA)
      Judith Lacey, MBBS, FRACGP, FAChPM (Australia)
       
11:20am 11:50am Sponsor Interaction | Break  
       
11:50am 12:50pm Concurrent Workshops*  See below for workshop descriptions
       
12:50pm 1:10pm Networking Chat | Sponsor Interaction | Break  
       
1:10pm 1:55pm Special Performance: Love is the Heartbeat that Heals: Mind, Body & Soul Tony Redhouse, Navajo Nation Recording Artist, Spiritual Healer
       
2:00pm 3:00pm Panel Discussion Jennifer Ligibel, MD
    COVID and beyond: Coping with stress - lifestyle issues Sheila N. Garland, PhD, R Psych, BA, MSc
    Moderated by Leigh Leibel, MSc, C-IAYT, ACSM-CET  Linda E. Carlson, PhD, CPsych
      Sandra Wood, Patient Advocate
       
3:05pm 3:20pm Beyond COVID-19: Intro to 2021 Linda E. Carlson, PhD, CPsych
      Channing Paller, MD
      Ting Bao, MD, DABMA, MS

**Concurrent Workshops, Saturday 11:50am - 12:50pm

Workshop 1: What Do I Do Now? Guiding Patients Toward Healthy Lifestyle Choices

Oncology healthcare providers often lack the time, information and resources to address patients’ questions about lifestyle changes. Providers may be concerned that addressing lifestyle changes can create a sense of inadequacy, blame or overload for their patients. We describe the benefits of having these sensitive discussions, present tools for guiding patients about lifestyle choices and provide resources for cancer patients interested in risk reduction.

Topics and Motivation

Oncology care providers need support guiding patients regarding lifestyle factors that affect cancer outcomes, including cancer progression, quality of life, risk of recurrence and general resilience. This workshop introduces methods, tools and resources that meet the need to:

1. Promote well-being, resilience and a cancer-resistant body terrain; 

2. Improve cancer outcomes;

3. Create open, sensitive conversations about lifestyle;

4. Empower and support patients in adopting lifestyle changes;

5. Use in-office, community, and virtual tools and resources to inform and support patient choices.


Goals and Expected Results

Participants will:

1. Feel more comfortable and confident discussing with patients the role of healthy lifestyle practices in optimizing body terrain, maximizing well-being and decreasing the odds of cancer recurrence.

2. Share their own best practices, experiences and concerns with other attendees.

3. Refer patients to trustworthy resources for evidence-based information regarding lifestyle changes that can impact cancer outcomes.

4. Consider possible ways to reinforce and support patients in making lifestyle changes.

Workshop Hosts

Laura Pole, Patient Advocate Committee member and Senior Researcher for Beyond Conventional Cancer Therapies integrative cancer care information site

Lorenzo Cohen, PhD, Director of the Integrative Medicine Program at MD Anderson Cancer Center

Meg Hirshberg, cancer survivor, and Nancy Kane, MS, RN, co-founders of the Anticancer Lifestyle Program (ACLP)


Workshop 2: Diversity, Engagement, Access: AYAs and Integrative Therapies Across the Cancer Care Continuum

Adolescent and Young Adults (AYAs) are a special population of cancer patients. Defined by the National Institutes of Health as individuals between the age of 15 - 39, AYAs make up five percent of cancers (70,000) diagnosed annually in the US. While overall survival rates continue to improve in this population, AYAs continue to face a number of unique challenges in health disparities (race, ethnicity, gender, economics) and quality of life (peer support, social isolation, finances, career interruption, sexuality, fertility) that may negatively impact disease outcome, survival rates, and ability to cope with distressing side effects of cancer. As a result, 56% of AYAs describe access to adequate mental health resources as a priority, unmet need to manage cancer related morbidities such as anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress. Participants in this workshop will learn how integrative therapies can create holistic healing models to support AYA mental/physical health. The session will also address challenges of engagement, and offer innovative ideas to create accessible, diverse, and inclusive programs that meet the individual and unique needs of AYAs, and improve health and QOL across the continuum.

Topics and Motivation

Understand how integrative therapies address the unique biopsychosocial challenges of the diverse AYA community. You’ll leave with tools and ideas for developing sustainable integrative oncology programs.

Goals and Expected Results | Attendees will:

    1. Describe the unique challenges of the AYA population.
    2. Understand/demonstrate integrative therapies that support AYAs in mind, body, spirit.
    3. Identify key ideas for sustainable AYA survivorship programs.

Workshop Presenters

Amelia Coffaro, BA, C-IAYT (Facilitator)
Yoga Therapist
AYA Survivor
Yoga SIG Committee Member, Society for Integrative Oncology
Ascension Columbia St. Mary's Hospital

Marsha D. Banks-Harold, BSEE, C-IAYT, TCTSY-F, Black Girl Yoga (BGY) Ambassador
Creator, My Body Don’t Bend That Way Yoga
Director, PIES Fitness Yoga Teacher & Yoga Therapy Training Programs
Chair, SIO Yoga SIG’s Subcommittee on Diversity in Yoga Therapy and Cancer Care”

Dr. Payal Khincha, MBBS, MSHS
Principal Investigator, Li Fraumeni Syndrome Study
Physician-Scientist Early Investigator
Clinical Genetic Branch, Division of Cancer Epidemiology & Genetics
National Cancer Institute, NIH

Dr Giselle Perez, PhD
Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School
Senior Scientist, Health Policy Research Center at the Mongan Institute
Director, Adolescent and Young Adult Research within Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center Survivorship Program
Clinical Health Psychologist, MGH Behavioral Medicine Service

Stella Snyder, MS, C-IAYT
Yoga Therapist
AYA Survivor
Yoga SIG Committee Member, Society for Integrative Oncology
MD Anderson Cancer Center


Workshop 3: Culture and Integrative Oncology: Helping People Around the World Live Well with Cancer

This workshop will present a culturally-sensitive approach to integrative oncology (IO) practitioners worldwide, providing skills to be incorporated during consultation with patients undergoing active cancer and palliative treatments. Participants are expected to identify cross-cultural keywords related to traditional herbal medicine use during the integrative oncology consultation, and to develop cross-cultural communication skills which will facilitate the implementation of the IO treatment plan. 

Topics and Motivation

The workshop will create a bridge for communication with patients, using skills promoting a cross-cultural perspective on the use of traditional and herbal medicine (THM). The safety and effectiveness of these therapies in improving patients’ quality of life will be addressed, as will their ability to facilitate adherence to conventional cancer treatments and the potential for negative effects. The multi-cultural team of workshop moderators are members of an international SIO networking process, connecting IO centers across the globe.

Goals and Expected Results

The workshop will provide IO researchers and clinicians with a culturally-sensitive approach in assessing patients’ motives and expectations from THM; teach them how to co-establish a feasible IO treatment plan, with realistic goals; and help tailor the treatment program to both research-based and cross-cultural aspects of cancer care.

Workshop Presenters

Eran Ben-Arye, MD, Clalit Health Services, Haifa/Israel
Thomas Breitkreuz, MD, Die Filderklinik, Stuttgart/Germany
Judith Lacey, MBBS, FRACGP, FAChPM (FRACP),  Chris O’Brien Lifehouse, Sydney/Australia 
Ricardo Ghelman, MD, PhD, Brazilian Academic Consortium for Integrative Health, São Paulo/Brazil
Noah Samuels, MD, Shaare Zedek Medical Center, Jerusalem/Israel
Massimo Bonucci, MD, Association Research on Integrative Oncology Therapies, Rome/Italy
Catherine Zollman, MRCP, MRCGP, Medical Director, Penny Brohn UK
Jun Mao, MD, MSCE, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY/United States of America

What is the SIO Patient Advocate Committee (PAC): 

Currently 15 members strong, the PAC is an active committee comprised of cancer survivors, patient advocates, care partners and integrative therapy providers who focus on research-informed integrative modalities and patient wellness. We are a culturally and professionally diverse group who represent the patient voice in the field of integrative oncology. 

SIO Patient Advocate Task Force Mission Statement:

To construct and promote a strong and supportive community for patient advocates within the SIO that educates, expands awareness and understanding of advocacy in integrative care, and allows for professional growth and partnership with multidisciplinary oncology providers who share SIO’s priorities.

How can I get in touch with the PAC?

Email info@integrativeonc.org with “Attention PAC” in the subject line. We’ll respond to you promptly.

 

SIO PAC Welcomes Patients, Care Partners and Patient Advocates to the 2020 Virtual Conference 

betsy Watch a Welcome Message from Betsy Glosik, Chair, Patient Advocate Committee

 

Join us for a Patient Advocate Welcome Session, Friday, 1:10-1:50pm ET. Look for the session in Whoova.

 

Recommended Sessions

Everyone is welcome to attend any or all conference sessions. Below, we offer some recommendations of sessions that may be of particular interest to patients, advocates and care partners.

Friday, October 16 (all times are in the Eastern Time Zone)

  • 10:20 - 11:15am ET - Keynote address by Dr. Otis Brawley of Johns Hopkins University, a globally-recognized expert in cancer prevention and former head of American Cancer Society, who will speak on “Disparities in COVID-19 and Health Promotion”
  • 11:45am - 1:00pm - Panel Discussion: “Health Disparities in Integrative Oncology” - PAC member Desireé Walker, an accomplished patient advocate and speaker who works with SHARE Cancer Support joins this diverse panel
  • 1:00 - 2:00pm - Opportunity to virtually network with other patients, advocates and care partners
  • 2:00 - 3:00pm Panel Discussion: “Natural Health Products for Immune Support Amid COVID-19” - PAC member Liz Novy, registered nurse, nurse-coach, and a care partner with training and experience in functional and integrative medicine joins this conversation 

 

Saturday, October 17:

  • 9:00 - 10:00 am - Integrative Oncology Global Update Meeting - For our international (non-North American) attendees to learn more about SIO’s global initiatives
  • 10:05 -10:20am - State of SIO - Find out more about our society from SIO President Dr. Ting Bao
  • 11:50am - 12:50pm - Concurrent Workshops:
    • Workshop 1 “What Do I Do Now? Guiding Patients Towards Healthy Lifestyle Choices,” hosted by the following: Patient Advocate Committee member and Senior Researcher for Beyond Conventional Cancer Therapies integrative cancer care information site, Laura Pole; Lorenzo Cohen, PhD, Director of the Integrative Medicine Program at MD Anderson Cancer Center; and co-founders of the Anticancer Lifestyle Program (ACLP) Meg Hirshberg, cancer survivor, and Nancy Kane, MS, RN
    • Workshop 2 “Diversity, Engagement, Access: AYAs and Integrative Therapies Across the Cancer Continuum” for those interested in adolescent and young adult cancer topics. Presenters are from Japan, Europe, UK, Middle East, and Korea. More details to follow.
  • 1:15 - 2:00pm - Special session with Tony Redhouse, Navajo musician and wellness provider - Don’t miss this amazing event, which will also raise funds for Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation, the only hospital available for cancer care within the Navajo Nation
  • 2:00 - 3:00pm - Panel Discussion: “COVID and Beyond: Coping with Stress - Lifestyle Issues” - PAC member and integrative oncology program manager Sandra Wood lends her expertise to this discussion
  • 3:05 - 3:20pm - Beyond COVID-19: Intro to 2021 - Find out more about our 2021 conference from Planning Committee Co-Chairs

 

 
Otis Brawley, MD
Friday, October 16, 2020
10:20 am – 11:15 am ET
 
Disparities in COVID-19 and Health Promotion 

Dr. Brawley’s research focuses on developing cancer screening strategies and ensuring their effectiveness. He has championed efforts to decrease smoking and implement other lifestyle risk reduction programs, as well as to provide critical support to cancer patients and concentrate cancer control efforts in areas where they could be most effective. Dr. Brawley currently leads a broad interdisciplinary research effort on cancer health disparities at the Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center, striving to close racial, economic, and social disparities in the prevention, detection, and treatment of cancer in the United States and worldwide. He also directs community outreach programs for underserved populations throughout Maryland.

Dr. Brawley joined Johns Hopkins University as a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor in 2019 from the American Cancer Society and Emory University. 

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