Integrative Healthcare Symposium Announces Added Networking, Onsite Offerings in 2024

Integrative Healthcare Symposium

The Integrative Healthcare Symposium, set for this February 15-17 in New York City, is expanding its 2024 event with enhanced on-site offerings. Under new leadership, the Symposium will emphasize networking and in-person experiences.

“The most common feedback we hear from Symposium attendees is the need for more peer-to-peer connection and learning, not just at our event, but across the industry as a whole,” said Christina Henderson, the symposium’s event director. “This will be my first Symposium as Event Director, and I couldn’t be more excited to build upon this important event, create meaningful on-site experiences, and ensure practitioners leave with new resources, relationships, and ideas.”

The upcoming Symposium will offer an educational program with 42 sessions, over 50 speakers, and opportunities for continuing education across various fields. Daniel Kraft, MD, will deliver the keynote on the future of integrative health and technology on February 16. Additionally, the exhibit hall's Community Hub will host free sessions and panels for further learning.

According to the event team, the expanded 2024 exhibit hall will include three floors of exhibiting brands, and a New Product Showcase. Additional on-site offerings will include an interactive podcast booth powered by Integrative Practitioner, a bookstore and book signing event with numerous authors, a free movement class, and additional space dedicated to networking.

This year’s symposium will also include more events where attendees and exhibitors can socialize and connect with the Opening Night Reception on Thursday, February 15, and a networking happy hour Friday evening.

“Our team believes deeply in the power of in-person learning and connection,” said Henderson. “As we look to the future of the Symposium, our goal is to create an event that empowers and advances both the individuals in attendance and the integrative healthcare industry as a whole.”