Medical Symposium about the lessons learned from the 1918 Flu and their applications to COVID-19
Can treatments used during the 1918 Spanish Flu outbreak be used to combat the pandemic we currently face? Learn from top medical professionals from across the country for an online symposium as they share lessons learned that could be applied today! Join us Sunday, April 12, at 5 p.m. Pacific/8 p.m. Eastern on Facebook or YouTube.
Continuing education credits can acquired by attending this online symposium. For more information, go to awr.org/health.
Event title: “Novel Lessons Learned from the 1918 Flu. Could they Apply to the COVID-19 Pandemic?”
Subtitle: Symposium of Leading Physicians with Domestic and Global Experience
Date and Time: This Sunday, April 12 at 8pm EST
Sponsored by AWR360 Health in partnership with GC Health, NAD Health, Your Best Pathway to Health, Weimar Institute, Oakhaven, and others.
Special Guest Speaker: President and CEO Loma Linda University Health
Host: Dr. Lela Lewis, Medical Director AWR360 Health and CEO/Founder Your Best Pathway to Health
Panelists in Order of Speaking:
Dr. Peter Landless, General Conference of Seventh-day Adventist Health Ministry Director
Dr. Richard Hart, President of Loma Linda University Health and CEO Loma Linda University Health,
Dr. Neil Nedley, President Weimar College
Dr. Roger Seheult Pulmonologist, Intensivist, Founder MedCram
Dr. John Kelly, President Oakhaven and Founder of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine
Dr. Charles Zeno Marcel, General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists - Assistant Director
Dr. Mark Finley, Assistant to the President, General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
Dr. Duane McKey, President of AWR