Cha Chi Ming Lectureship in Integrative Medicine

Upcoming Cha Chi Ming webinars

Past Events



Planetary Health: Learning from Indigenous Wisdom (video) Speaker: Chairman Leonard Forsman, MS, has been Tribal Chairman for the Suquamish Tribe since 2005 and has served on the Tribal Council for over 30 years. 
President Barack Obama appointed Chairman Forsman to the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation as the Native American Member in 2013 and Vice-Chair in 2016. 
Cooking Up Health: Recipes for Reducing Inflammation How we eat can affect inflammation, and certain diets are more likely to decrease pain and other symptoms of disease. Chef Jared Batson leads interactive cooking   4/7/2022

Art Therapy: Creative Expression in Holistic Care



Optimal Brain Performance: Fight Dementia (video)



Art therapy has been well established as an effective method for the treatment of symptoms of vicarious trauma. Presenter: Beth Donahue, PhD

Memory loss is not an inevitable part of aging. Optimize your brain performance and become a foot soldier in the fight against dementia. Presenter: Dr. Emily Yen Wong








Compassionate Care and Connection in the Time of COVID

Panel discussion on clinical practice during COVID-19. Learn how these providers have  created caring and connection with themselves and others in the midst of a pandemic.

  • Laura Yon, Yoga Therapist, Hospice Massage Therapist, End of Life Doula
  • Sunita Iver, ND, LM, Naturopathic Physician & Midwife
  • Iman Majd, MD, LAc, Director, Osher Clinic, Clinical Assistant Professor, Family Medicine 
  • Lucille Marchand, MD, Palliative Care Physician
Re-humanizing Medicine: Transformation for Healers & Health Care Systems Speaker: David Kopacz, MD, a Primary Care Mental Health Integration psychiatrist with the Seattle VA, and an Assistant Professor at the University of Washington. He is the author of Re-humanizing Medicine: A Holistic Framework for Transforming Your Self, Your Practice, and the Culture of Medicine   10/29/2019
Art and Healing The therapeutic and restorative properties that the arts bring into our day-to-day lives. Presenter: Dr. Emily Wong   11/27/2018