The 2002-2003 Chicago Area Schweitzer Fellows held their final symposium of the year on May 1 at Rush University; the symposium addressed the topic of âHerbal Therapies and Acupuncture:Â What Health Professionals Should Know.âÂ The speakers included John Kerchberger, MD, of the Department of Anesthesiology at Rush Presbyterian-St. Lukeâs Medical Center, Gail Mahady, PhD, Assistant Professor in the departments of Pharmacy Practice and Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacognosy at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and Barbara Swanson, DNSc, Assistant Professor of Adult Health Nursing at Rush University.Â Drs. Swanson and Mahady spoke about dietary supplements, botanicals, and the interactions between herbal remedies and prescription drugs.Â Dr. Kerchberger provided a discussion of the history and practice of acupuncture.Â The symposium was attended by both students and providers.
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