Inaugural Conference of the 2020-2021 academic activities of Ambrosiana University
PERSON-CENTERED MEDICINE, PREVENTION
The Person-Centered Prevention Program for pandemic prevention
Person-Centred Medicine (PCM) is the current paradigm of medical science and Medicine, and this involves the orientation of public health with a new organization of primary care and the training of doctors and students in Medicine through teachers prepared for PCM teaching. Its application, through trained doctors, allows enormous savings in suffering and costs. The PCM reconverts health to “Person-centred prevention” by promoting health education, prevention, early treatment of diseases, self-care, incentivizing individual resources, introducing and reinforcing protective factors, and buffering risk factors to improve individual resilience.
The PCM paradigm is defined as” The choice of the best possibilities for being the best human person,” which is also a political program.
In adolescence, a period of spiritual and psycho-biological formation, the PCM assumes fundamental importance throughout life because it builds an indelible trace for the future.
The Congress is held in three parts: the first is dedicated to the scientific bases of the Person-Centered Medicine interactionist and teleonomic paradigm, which will be followed by a panel dedicated to the paradigm change of Medicine. (in English) -November 13
Keynote speakers: Peter Sterling, the author of the Allostasis theory that revolutionized physiology and medical science, the fundament of the Person-Centered Medicine paradigm with other significant contributors to Medicine paradigm change .(November 13- h 15)
The second session is dedicated to adolescence. Speakers are contributors to the revolution of the paradigm of the adolescence theory. (November 13- 17,30-19,30)
The third session is dedicated to the Person-Centered Prevention paradigm, genetic and epigenetic damages induced by vaccines against SARS-COV 2, and early treatment of COVID-19.
( November 20 – h 15 in Italian-English)
Rector of the Ambrosiana University, Director of the Medical School of Milan, president of the World Health Committee and the Italian National Health Committee
Free access on zoom on registration
To give a contribution to the conference in panels (5-7′) send the enclosed abstract form to firstname.lastname@example.org dr. Vito Galante within 7 November (1°-2° session, November 13 -3°session)