Saturday, May 20/ all day/ free/ UCSB Lotte Lehmann Music Theatre
David Simon, M.D. "Healing Mind, Body & Spirit in the
David Simon, M.D., a Neurologist, is the Medical Director
of the Chopra Center for Well-Being in San Diego, Calif.
A true pioneer in the area of mind-body medicine, Dr. Simon has trained
thousands of physicians, nurses, health care providers and educators
in holistic healing approaches. His research and numerous books are
changing the landscape of healthcare for professionals and consumers.
Dr. Simon's focus of interest is to integrate complementary and conventional
medicine as we move into the new millennium. In this talk, he will
discuss the central importance of Mind in holistic healing and the
challenge this offers to conventional western physicians.
Glenn D. Wollman, M.D., F.A.C.E.P."Integrating Global Medicine
in a Modern Hospital"
Glenn D. Wollman, M.D., F.A.C.E.P. is Director of Integrative
Medicine at Saint Francis Medical Center in Santa Barbara. Dr. Wollman
specializes in Emergency Medicine and is Medical Director of two emergency
departments. He also serves as a faculty member for the Santa Barbara
City College Adult Education Program.
Jo Ann Tall "The Influence of the Seven Emotions in the Practice
of Chinese Medicine"
Jo Ann Tall received her Doctorate in Oriental Medicine in
1983, opening a practice in 1972, and in Santa Barbara since 1979.
Dr. Tall is President of and Professor at the Santa Barbara College
of Oriental Medicine, which grants the Master's Degree in Acupuncture
and Oriental Medicine. Her specialties are HIV/Hepatitis C/Pain Management
and Complimentary Cancer Treatment. She is a California-licensed acupuncturist,
and has treatment privileges at the local area hospitals and the Santa
Barbara Rehab Institute.
B. Alan Wallace, Ph.D. "Vital Energies and Healing: Ancient
and Modern Perspectives"
B. Alan Wallace, Ph.D., teaches Tibetan Buddhism in the UCSB
Department of Religious Studies. A former Buddhist monk, Dr. Wallace
is the author of many books, including Bridge of Quiescence, Boundless
Heart, Choosing Reality, and A Passage from Solitude.
He has translated and edited many ancient Tibetan texts, including
Natural Liberation. He is a frequent interpreter for eminent
Tibetan lamas, including His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama.
Anita Cignolini, M.D. "Chinese Medicine for Western Physicians"
Anita Cignolini, M.D. was born in Italy where she received
her medical degree from the University of Palermo and completed her
specialization in anesthesiology and critical care medicine at the
University of Pavia. In 1970 she began her training in acupuncture
which included extended periods of study, clinical practice,medical
research in China from 1978-89. Dr. Cignolini was a founding member
and is the Scientific Secretary of the Medical Association for Chinese
Medicine in Europe. Since 1976, she has directed a three-year program
of training in Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture for Physicians in
Europe, and in 1996 began teaching this three-year program to physicians
in the United States.