Mar 4, Evanston, IL – There’s still time to register for the 2013 International Massage Therapy Research Conference to be held in Boston, Mass. from April 25-27.
March 5, 2013 By Massage Therapy Canada
by the Massage Therapy Foundation, this conference, formerly known as the
“Highlighting Massage Therapy in Complementary and Integrative Medicine
Research Conference,” will take place at the Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center.
A total of 19 CE credits are provided for attending the full three-day
Here is a
brief rundown of the conference agenda:
Day 1: How does massage work? Potential mechanisms
will present research findings that help explain how massage therapy works
through physiological, psychological, and neurological mechanisms and discuss
what other research is needed to prove the efficacy of massage.
presenter: Jeanette Ezzo, LMT, MPH, PhD
Day 2: Massage in the Community; Informing Public Health
will emphasize the potential for community outreach programs to provide
research data through evaluation, and discuss program implementation
presenter: Leslie Korn, PhD, MPH, NCB, LMHC, RPE
Day 3: Next Steps in Massage Therapy Research
will explore the current status of massage research in preparation for updating
and advancing the Massage Therapy Research Agenda.
presenter: Janet R. Kahn, PhD, LMT
view the full program, and for registration information, please visit http://www.massagetherapyfoundation.org/massage-research/research-conference/
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