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FRIDAY 15 NOVEMBER (MORNING) – PRE-CONGRESS WORKSHOPS

ROOM C

09:30 – 11:00 Workshop 1: New data on innovative manual therapies in oncology. Vanesa Arellano (Spain). Françoise Evrard (Spain). Chair: Esther Martínez.
11:30 – 13:00 Workshop 3: Homeopathy for supporting cancer care, clinical experience and controversies. Jordi Vila (Spain), Natalia Eres (Spain). Chair: Elio Rossi

ROOM D

09:30 – 11:00 Workshop 2: Instant acupuncture analgesia using the mirror system. Liu Zheng (Spain). Chair: Beatriz Daza
11:30 – 13:00 Workshop 4: An evidence-based approach to heavy metals detoxification. Sergio Mejía (Spain). Chair: Susagna Muns

13:00 – 14:00 Lunch (not provided)

FRIDAY 15 NOVEMBER (EVENING)

PLENARY ROOM

(13:45-14:00) Opening ceremony

(14:00-16:00) Transforming Healthcare in Europe through sustainable TCIM. Chair: Isabel Giralt
Hospitals as an Archimedean point for integration: Experiences, challenges and future perspectives. Elad Schiff (Israel)
Synergizing TCIM, Science and Sustainable Development: Universities as Catalysts for Innovation.
Georg Seifert (Germany)
Psychoneuroimmunology and integrative medicine. Leo Pruimboom (The Netherlands)
Integrating the immune and nervous systems with sleeping.
Xevi Verdaguer (Spain)

ESIM AWARDS

Next presentation of the World Congress of Integrative Medicine and Health in Brazil
Ricardo Ghelman (Brazil), Georg Seifert (Germany)

16:00 -16:30 Coffee break in the exhibition area

(16:30-18:00) Round table: IM legislation, non-patentable therapies and procedures, the need for a unique evaluation system. How to implement a global strategy? Chair: Sergio Abanades
Luis Prieto (Spain)
Hiba Boujnah (Germany)

(18:00-19:00) Welcome reception in the exhibition area

SATURDAY 16 NOVEMBER (MORNING)

PLENARY ROOM

(9:00 – 10:30) Integrative Dermatology. Chair: Christina Schepers
Gut-Brain-Skin axis. Sari Arponen (Spain)
Integrating skin microbiome and immunity in dermatological disorders. Cristina Zemba (Spain)
Exploring the link between emotional trauma and the multifactorial etiology of skin cancer. Aneta Lazarov (Israel)

(10:30 – 11:30) Longevity and quality of life. Chair: María Perez
The contribution of TCIM to longevity and healthy ageing. Ana Moreira (Portugal)
Growing old at home, obligation or preference. Julia Gallo (Spain)
Vital and healthy into old age – what we can learn from TCIM for longevity? Christian Kessler (Germany)

11:30 -12:00 Coffee break in the exhibition area

(12:00 – 13:30) Psychedelic Therapies, and Integrative Psychiatry: traditional context, controversies and opportunities. Chair: Sergio Abanades
Healing Beyond Boundaries- Integrative approaches with psychedelic therapies. Oscar Álvarez-Bobo (Spain)
Two decades of research on psychedelic therapies in Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau de Barcelona. Elisabet Dominguez (Spain)
Current research status on psychedelic therapies. Santiago Madero (Spain)

13:30 -14:30 Lunch in the exhibition area

ROOM A

(10:30 – 11:30) Vagal Neuromodulation. Chair: Mike Cummings
Electroceutics: evidence and indications. Esther Martínez (Spain)
Treating healthcare providers: integrative medicine treatments, influence heart rate variability in personnel. Eran Ben-Arye (Israel) and Jan Vagedes (Germany)
Clinical context for vagal neuromodulation. Sameer Kassem (Israel)

(12:00 – 13:30) Harmonizing circadian rhythms with TCIM. Chair: Beatriz Daza
An holistic approach to sleep medicine. Samanta Dall’Agnese (Spain)
Chinese Medicine and circadian rhythms. Maite Miranda (Spain)
Ayurveda and circadian rhythms. Elena Saura (Spain)

ROOM B

(08:00 – 08:45) Qi Gong practice to prepare for the main day of the congress
Daniel Garcia (Spain)

(10:30 – 11:30) Integrative health and physical exercise. Chair: Lidia Brea 
Exercise prescription in the 21st century. Alberto Sacristán (Spain)
Back injuries- Importance of mobility and core work. Fran Martínez (Spain)
Physical exercise such as senolytic and senomorphic. Iván Ibáñez (Spain)

(12:00 –13:30) Low grade inflammation and integrative medicine. Chair: Pedro Rodríguez
Role of nutraceuticals and botanicals in low-grade inflammation. Juan Serrano (Spain)
Acupuncture and Inflammation. Mike Cummings (UK)
Ozone – therapy for inflammation: clinical experience and evidence. Alejandra Menassa (Spain)
Meditation, Yoga and inflammation. Deniah Pachai (UK)
Mindfulness and inflammation. José Miguel Soria (Spain)

ROOM C

(10:30 – 11:30) Oral communications
(12:30 – 13:30) Oral communications

ROOM D

(10:30 – 11:30) Oral communications
(12:30 – 13:30) Oral communications

SATURDAY 16 NOVEMBER (EVENING)

PLENARY ROOM

(14:30 – 16:00) Immunomodulation in the era of cancer immunotherapy. What can integrative medicine contribute? Chair: Natalia Eres
Integrative Oncology and immunomodulation. Amparo Iraola (Spain)
Immuno-microbioma in Oncology. Toni Gabaldón (Spain)
Systemic hyperthermia as a coadjuvant in Immunotherapy. Santos Martin (Spain)
Potential effects of plant-derived products in cancer immunotherapy. Yvonne Samstag (Germany)

(16:00 – 17:15) Environmental health. Chair: Sara Pons
Disruption endocrinology: point of view from integrative medicine. Nicolás Olea (Spain)
Climate changes in oceans and their effect in the human health. Joan Moranta (Spain)
Nature and forest therapy – current overview of clinical evidence. Michael Jeitler (Germany)

17:15 – 17:30 Coffee break in the exhibition area

17:30 – 18:30 Poster presentation in the poster area

18:30 – 19:30 ESIM Assembly

20:30 Gala dinner at Caná Golf restaurant (Not included in the congress registration fee)

ROOM A

(14:30 – 16:00) Integrative paediatrics: Ecogenetics and neurodevelopmental disorders. Chair: Mónica Rodriguez
The ontogenetic and phylogenetic development of the three brains in the light of psycho-neuro-immuno-endocrinology and epigenetics. Ricardo Ghelman (Brazil)
Ecoalleles in developmental disorders: exposome and genetic predisposition. Mar Begara (Spain)
Integrative approach to neurodevelopmental disorders. Gema Sánchez (Spain)

(16:00 – 17:00) Integrative odontology “Joining the body”. Chair: Neus Esmel
The mouth as a gateway to health. Moneiba Cabrera (Spain)
The silent illness: mandibular cavitations. Systemic illnesses linked to the mouth. Giovanna Chiriby (Spain)
Downward postural syndrome of oral and dental origin. Paul Brami (Spain)

(17:30 – 18:30) European groups meeting

ROOM B

(14:30 –16:00) Mind-Body-Medicine. Chair: Susagna Muns.
From orient to occident- integrative and reflexive vision of Family Medicine. Etel Carod (Spain)
Synapsis and sacraments, from neurons to nirvana. Pedro Rodríguez (Spain)
Kriya yoga in emotional management in the chronic illness. Mario Navarro (Spain)

(16:00 – 17:15) Colloquium: Sexuality, an integrative point of view. Chair: Alejandra Menassa.
Pere Estupinyà (Spain)
Francisca Molero (Spain)

(17:30 – 18:30) European groups meeting

ROOM C

(14:30 – 16:00) Oral communications
(16:00 – 17:00) Oral communications
(17:30 – 18:30) The industry reports

ROOM D

(14:30 – 16:00) Oral communications
(16:00 – 17:00) Oral communications
(17:30 – 18:30) The industry reports

SUNDAY 17 NOVEMBER

PLENARY ROOM

(09:00 – 10:00)  Integrative medicine and Fatigue Syndrome. Chair: Benno Brinkhaus
Acupressure and Qigong for the treatment of post COVID-19 chronic fatigue. Results of the ACUQiG trial. Joanna Dietzel (Germany)
Adrenal fatigue in the Cancer Patient. Natalia Eres (Spain)

(10:00 – 11:15)  News from fasting therapies. Chair: Georg Seifert
Advances in fasting therapy – new mechanisms of an old method. Daniela Koppold (Germany)
Intermittent and therapeutic intermittent fasting. Susagna Muns (Spain)
Can we increase metabolic flexibility in type 1 diabetes by fasting? Bettina Berger (Germany)

11:15 – 11:45 Coffee break in the exhibition area

(11:45 – 13:00)  Innovation, Artificial Intelligence and integrative medicine. Chair: Elad Schiff
Pills of integrative AI. Alfredo Vellido (Spain)
The power of Integrating traditional diagnostic methods with modern science. Ariel Schiff (Israel)
Immersive Healing: the role of Virtual reality in Complementary medicine. José Ferrer (Spain)

(13.00 – 14.00) Round Table: What is the future of integrative health and medicine? Chair: Juan Serrano, Christina Schepers
Adopting The ASCO-SIO model for establishing integrative guidelines: Is it time in Europe? Eran Ben-Arye (Israel)
A new pathophysiology, from fragmentation to globality. José Francisco Tinao (Spain)
Evidence maps on the clinical effectiveness of Traditional, Complementary and Integrative Medicine: Brazilian experience to promote public policies informed by evidence. Ricardo Ghelman (Brazil)
Open colloquium: Elio Rossi (Italy), Isabel Giralt (Spain)

14:00 – 14:15 Closing ceremony / Prizes / Next congress presentation

ROOM C

(10:00 – 11:15) Music Therapy & Art Therapy. Chair: Margarita de Legórburu
Music Therapy approaches in the field of intellectual disability. Xevi Compte (Spain)
Neuroplasticity, emotional intelligence and art therapy: the transformative power of the creative process. Eva Espinosa (Spain)

(11:45 – 13:00) Crisis and integrative medicine. Chair: Eran Ben-Arye
Peace of mind – the role of IM during a war crisis. Gali Stoffman (Israel)
Acupuncture for the world. Isabel Giralt (Spain)
Synergy for mental health: Integrative medicine in workplace health promotion and prevention. Anna Katharina Koch (Germany)

ROOM D

(10:00 – 11:15) Spaces, architecture and health. Chair: Mónica Rodríguez
Living through sharing and in sustainability. Ana Fernández (Spain)
Study of geomagnetic field disturbances caused by building materials: prototype SD7. Eva Gómez (Spain)
Feng Shui and Health at home. Kailin Chang (Spain)
Efficacy and safety of green space interventions on mental disorders-a systematic review and meta-Analysis. Sarah Blakeslee (Germany)

(11:45 – 13:00) Women’s health. Chair: Emma Esteve
Progress in integrative gynaecology. Alexandra Henriquez (Spain)
Is there a Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD/PMDD) Phenotype related to Uterine inflammation? Juani Lafaja (Spain)
Rediscovering menopause: myths and realities in treatment with bioidentical hormones. Natalia Gennaro (Spain)

This program may be subject to some changes