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Attracting over 20,000 clinicians annually and held in five major U.S. markets, Pri-Med Annual Conferences provides a national reach that touches and educates clinicians in PCP-based offices throughout the country.
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Director, Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center, Yale University , New Haven, CT
David L. Katz MD, MPH, FACPM, FACP, earned his BA degree from Dartmouth College (1984; in 3 years); his MD from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (1988); and his MPH from the Yale University School of Public Health (1993). He completed sequential residency training in Internal Medicine (Norwalk Hospital, CT; 1991), and Preventive Medicine/Public Health (Yale University School of Medicine; 1993). He is a two-time diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine, and a board-certified specialist in Preventive Medicine/Public Health. He has received two Honorary Doctorates (Humane Letters; L.H.D.) from the University of Bridgeport (2013), and Quinnipiac University (2015). Dr. Katz is the founding director (1998) of Yale University’s Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center; President of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine; Editor-in-Chief of the journal, Childhood Obesity; Chief Science Officer for NuVal LLC; founding director (2000) of the Integrative Medicine Center at Griffin Hospital; and a Clinical Instructor at the Yale School of Medicine where he previously served as Director of Medical Studies in Public Health. He is on numerous editorial and scientific advisory boards, chairing several.
A clinician, researcher, author, novelist, inventor, poet, journalist, and media personality, Dr. Katz is the recipient of numerous awards and recognitions. He has been a widely supported nominee for the position of U.S. Surgeon General, and has been recognized by Greatist.com as one of the 100 most influential people in health and fitness in the world for the past 3 years (2013-). Dr. Katz was among the original 150 thought leaders invited by LinkedIN to blog as an INfluencer, and currently ranks in the top 45 on a list that includes the President of the United States; the Prime Minister of England; the Prime Minister of India; the Secretary General of the United Nations; the President of the World Bank; Bill Gates; Richard Branson; Arianna Huffington, among many other notables. He has appeared on most major television news programs and talk shows in the U.S., and is a frequent guest on National Public Radio programs around the country. He is a frequent source for print journalists around the world. He has a social media following of well over 500,000. Dr. Katz holds 5 U.S. patents. He has authored over 200 scientific papers and chapters, 15 books, and more than 1,000 columns and blogs.
Dr. Katz is recognized globally for expertise in nutrition, weight management and the prevention of chronic disease. He has delivered addresses in numerous countries on four continents, and has been acclaimed by colleagues as the “poet laureate” of health promotion. Dr. Katz and his wife, Catherine S. Katz, PhD live in Connecticut. They have 5 children, 3 dogs, and a horse.
Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA Senior Consultant in Hepatology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA
Dr. Sanjiv Chopra is Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He is also the James Tullis Firm Chief in the Department of Medicine and a Senior Consultant in Hepatology at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston. He served as Faculty Dean for Continuing Education at HMS for 12 years. Dr. Chopra has more than 150 publications and seven books to his credit.
Dr. Tom Strouse is Professor of Clinical Psychiatry and the inaugural holder of the Maddie Katz Chair in Palliative Care Research and Education. He is also the Medical Director of Stewart and Lynda Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital at UCLA and Vice-Chair for Clinical Affairs in the David Geffen UCLA School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry. Dr. Strouse has been a faculty member at UCLA since he completed his residency training there in 1991. Early in his career he was director of the UCLA Consultation/Liaison Psychiatry Service and worked closely with the UCLA Liver Transplant Program for more than a decade. He served from 1994-2007 as director of Cancer Pain Management and Supportive Oncology Services at the Outpatient Cancer Center at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center where he developed additional interest and skills in palliative medicine. He has spent his career working with medically ill adults coping with psychiatric and physical aspects of catastrophic illness.
Along with his current efforts to promote palliative care clinical research within the UCLA Health System, Dr. Strouse continues to attend on the RRMC-UCLA Palliative Care Consultation Service and is actively engaged with UCLA’s Operation Mend, a program for wounded US servicemen and women. Dr. Strouse is widely recognized for his contributions as a dedicated clinician-teacher, and continues to supervise and mentor residents, fellows, and junior faculty both within and outside psychiatry. In 2003 he received the Robert T. Angarola Award, the highest honor bestowed by the Southern California Cancer Pain Initiative to the individual most allied with improving quality of life for persons with cancer in a given year. He has also been recognized by psychiatry residents with a Top Course Director Award and is repeatedly named in Castle and Connolly’s "America’s Top Doctors for Cancer" and "Southern California Super Doctors" listings. Dr. Strouse is a Fellow of the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine and an American Psychiatric Association Distinguished Fellow and member of the American College of Psychiatrists. He is board certified in general psychiatry, psychosomatic medicine, and hospice/palliative medicine.
In July 2014 assumed the role of Chair of the American Board of Internal Medicine Test Committee responsible for writing the certifying exam for all North American physician candidates for the ABMS subspecialty of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. Dr. Strouse has published many peer reviewed papers and book chapters and sits on the editorial boards of a number of important journals. In 2010 he was appointed Associate Editor of the Journal of Supportive Oncology and is now Editor, the Journal of Community and Supportive Oncology; in 2017 he became Associate Editor, the Journal of Palliative Medicine. He lectures throughout the country on topics related to pain, palliative care, psycho-oncology, and psychiatric aspects of medical illness. He was educated at Pomona College and the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.