A problem cannot be solved on the level at which it appears; it must be solved on a higher level. –Albert Einstein
AVERILL PARK, NY (PRWEB)
June 27, 2017
To help reverse the national trend of physician burnout, The American Meditation Institute’s (AMI) ninth annual CME conference will be held on October 24-28, 2017 at the Cranwell Resort and Spa in Lenox, Massachusetts. Entitled “The Heart and Science of Yoga,” this 30 CME curriculum on Yoga Science as holistic mind/body medicine will offer training to prevent and relieve physician burnout–in part by correlating the vision of Albert Einstein with the benefits of a daily meditation practice. The training is accredited through the Albany Medical College Office of Continuing Medical Education.
The American Meditation Institute founder Leonard Perlmutter claims that theoretical physicist Albert Einstein provides an important clue to understanding how physicians and other healthcare providers can prevent and relieve burnout symptoms when he wrote that, “A problem cannot be solved on the level at which it appears; it must be solved on a higher level.” According to Perlmutter, “The daily practice of AMI Meditation and its allied disciplines make it possible to access and employ a ‘higher level’ of intuitive knowledge from the superconscious portion of the mind that can enable individuals to make creative, stress reducing and health affirming lifestyle choices.”
According to a recent microsurvey by InCrowd, a provider of real-time market intelligence to life sciences and healthcare firms, “57% of the primary care and emergency medicine doctors surveyed said they have personally experienced burnout, and an additional 37% of respondents said that while they personally hadn’t…