Getting Ahead of Stress: A Primer on Medicine, Mental Health and Mindfulness
Presented by Connecticut Health I-Team (C-HIT)
Thursday, October 5
Panel discussion begins at 6 p.m.
Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University, auditorium
370 Bassett Road, North Haven, CT 06473
Pre-registration is closed. Walk-ins Welcome.
Recent surveys have reported that stress levels in the U.S. are at
their highest in at least a decade, with the American Psychological
Association reporting that a full two-thirds of respondents to its recent
survey were stressed out about the nation’s future.
Our free, unique Community Forum—targeted to people of all ages who are
looking for ways to reduce stress– will bring a range of experts’ perspectives to
the growing phenomenon of stress, in hopes of detangling the physical and
psychological factors that are fueling an age of worry.
For sponsorship information: 2017 C-HIT Community Forum Sponsorship Opportunities.
Dr. D. Barry Boyd
Oncologist, Greenwich Hospital, Yale New Haven Health
Dr. Lisa Freed
Clinical Cardiologist, Director of the Women’s Heart and Vascular Program, Yale New Haven Health
Certified Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction Teacher, Registered Yoga Teacher and Certified Nurse Midwife
Dr. Kathleen Mueller
Medical Director for the Center for Integrative Medicine, Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center
Dr. James Ocampo
Internal Medicine, ProHealth Physicians, Somerset Internal Medicine Office, Glastonbury
Moderator: Donna Montesi, APRN
Director of Clinical and Business Development, West Haven Medical Group, Division of the Physicians Alliance of CT
Thanks to our sponsors!
Maureen Welch, LMT
Thanks to our partners!
Nobile Communications International, LLC
This event is supported with a grant from Koopman Share of the Beatrice Fox Auerbach Foundation Fund at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving.
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