Women’s Preventative Health Conference
Saturday May 26, 2018
Why Attend The Zili Women’s preventative health conference?
The Zili Conference is more about the movement to bring women in our community together to:
1. Gain insight and awareness of how to improve your own mental and physical health with evidence driven information on holistic mind body and soul connection.
2. Surround yourself and learn and collaborate with women from all walks of life with expert health care and allied health professionals right by your side.
3. Make yourself heard that it’s about time we put women’s health at the forefront of our health care system with preventative health measures in mind and ways to improve our health by giving incentives for more research, better universal primary care and better access to women’s and preventative health.
Book for you and your friends, or be an angel and sponsor someone who would benefit from attending this conference by purchasing an Angel Ticket.
Location: 1055 Canada Place, West Building, Vancouver Convention Centre
About The Conference
The Zili conference brings together a community of over 300 patients, physicians, and allied healthcare professionals for a full day women’s preventative healthcare conference at the Vancouver Convention Centre. Participants are immersed in evidence-based presentations and discussions about the mind-body connection of healthy living. The sessions will cover topics ranging from mindfulness, nutrition, health screenings, and ways to improve your overall health proactively.
The conference also offers a forum for connection amongst participants. Interactive sessions will aim to build relationships among women of all ages, empowering one another to own their health and finding a voice to bring preventative care and women’s health to the forefront of our healthcare system.
The Organizer: Zili
Zili (Zeineddin Improve Life Initiative) is a not for profit organization that promotes evidence-based preventative health information from local family physicians, specialists and allied health care professionals. Zili is the brainchild of Dr. Maryam Zeineddin, MD, a family physician who owns and manages a full-service medical centre on Vancouver’s North Shore.
The vision for the Zili movement is to bring preventative health to the forefront of our medical system. Zili believes that with the right level of professional support, each and every one of us can own our health. The hope is that with prevention, we can enhance the quality of life within our communities, and reduce the heavy load on our healthcare system.
Zili’s mission is to provide seamless access to evidence based lifestyle initiatives and personalized health plan reviews from family doctors and other allied health care professionals. We aim to accomplish this through a number of key platforms:
Conferences and Seminars: Zili’s conferences and seminars are aimed at informing women about the value of evidence based preventative health, providing them the tools to take ownership of their health, and offering a platform for the sharing of ideas about how we can make our healthcare system more effective.
Personalized Health Insight and Tools: Zili is hoping to provide patients with an intuitive and accessible tool to create personalized insight to their health, allowing them to take ownership. Patients can then become fully involved in making better decisions about their health when it comes to focusing on the six pillars of health. The vision is to create a Zili health app that will not only give you this insight, but will also provide you with preventative health tools to improve your health.
Tools and Resources: Zili’s assortment of web-based and mobile tools connect patients with their family doctor and allied health professionals, and offer a forum for connecting, idea sharing and accountability across the Zili collective This is the ultimate vision of the Zili movement.
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