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American College of Healthcare Trustees (JOIN NOW) is excited that our next meeting is expected to make a significant contribution to society by addressing the opioid crisis. Point person for this endeavor is Dr. Carl Middleton who is Senior VP for Ethics at the American College of Healthcare Trustees, and a member of its Board of Directors. CARL L. MIDDLETON, D.MIN. ND, M. DIV, MRE, MA has been a theologian/ethicist from 1973 till present for a total of 43 years in Catholic Health Care. Dr. Middleton also has an extensive work including: teaching ethics in a Catholic Seminary, nursing schools and medical residency programs; serving as Director of Pastoral Care, Vice President for Human Educational Services, Corporate Director of Values, Ethics and Ministry. Carl can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 844 322-4867. The conference will address Integrative Approaches to Pain Assessment and Management.
This conference will allow The ACHT to do its part addressing the opioid crisis. It has the goal of providing health facility medical leadership and medical staff involved in pain assessment and management with the knowledge and processes of pain assessment and the use of non-invasive non-pharmacological modalities for effective treatment of pain. It has the following objectives:
We plan to hold the conference in the Fall, 2019, approximately 8 months from now. Our venue will likely be in Arizona but we are still considering the Washington, D.C-Baltimore-Annapolis metroplex. We are also considering the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, the oldest honorary medical society in America. SCHEDULE A PHONE CALL WITH DAVE, OUR CEO, HERE If you have some thoughts about the venue or would like to recommend an organization that would like to provide sponsorship. "All you need is the plan, the road map, and the courage to press on to your destination"-Earl Nightingale-1950s American radio speaker and author.
Pictured below are Annapolis, Maryland, the desert near Scottsdale, Arizona, and The College of Physicians of Philadelphia, which is the oldest honorary medical society in the United States. It was founded in 1787 "to advance the Science of Medicine, and thereby lessen human misery, by investigating the diseases and remedies which are peculiar to our country" and to promote "order and uniformity in the practice of Physick" It houses the Mutter Museum and the Historical Medical Library, which is one of America's oldest medical libraries.