Dr. Glen Mays will join experts from around the nation in Madisonville, Ky., for the 9th annual Dr. Loman C. Trover Symposium. This year the team is Building Bridges to Impact Community Health and will host attendees from the medical, public health, and social service sectors. Registration will begin at 7:30 am CT on the 8th Floor of the Medical Park 2 Building at Baptist Health Madisonville and will end around 4:30 pm the same day.
Mr. Robert Ramey and Dr. Michael Howard, President and Vice President for Education & Research, respectively of Baptist Health Madisonville, will bring the welcome and opening remarks. Hour long sessions will begin at 8:15 am covering topics ranging from dental care, opioid addiction, patient navigators, insurance and aligning health systems.
- 8:15 am - Oral Health: It Takes a Village!
Daria “Nikki” Stone, DMD
- 9:15 am - KY Response to the Opioid Epidemic
Van Ingram, Executive Director, Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy
- 10:15 am - Alternative to Opioids in Chronic Pain
Lorenzo Thomas Huges, MD, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
- 11:45 am - Negotiating with Difficult People
Kathy Urbach, JD, SPHR The Joyful Workplace & University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law
- 2:00 pm - Health and Insurance Literacy
Jean Edward, PhD, RN, CHPE, University of Kentucky
- 3:00 pm - Connecting the Systems that Drive Health in Your Community: Medical, Social, and Public Health
Glen P. Mays, PhD, MPH, University of Kentucky
- Early registration, on or before Oct. 19, $70.
- Registration fee after Oct. 19 is $85.
- Payments must be received before Oct. 19 to receive early bird price
- Registration fee includes educational credits, light breakfast items and lunch.
- Cancellations made after Oct. 19 are non-refundable