In this webinar, Dr Nadine Perlen will provide practical tips and guidance for medical practitioners looking to integrate their nutritional and environmental medicine (NEM) skills into practice. This presentation is for medical and allied health practitioners who access Medicare services and wish to integrate NEM into their practice.
Each year, 1 in 5 Australians experience a mental health condition, with almost one in 2 experiencing a mental health condition during their lifetime. In this webinar you will hear from Integrative Consultant Psychiatrist Dr Karan Sinha as he explores the question - Why is mental illness so prevalent in modern society?
Intermittent fasting diets are the most popular and fastest growing diets emerging as an attractive approach for improving health and longevity in humans. Healthcare practitioners need to know the history, mechanism of action and medical benefits of fasting and intermittent fasting diets in order to provide patients with informed guidance.
In this webinar, highly-regarded Building Biologist Nicole Bijlsma will explain how electromagnetic fields affect the body on a cellular level and how to identify the symptoms of electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS). She will explain what doctors in other countries are doing about this condition and offer practical tips for clinicians, including questions you should ask in your case histories.
Justin Sinclair presents the scientific basis and evidence for the use of medicinal cannabis in chronic pain, discusses the biochemistry and biological pathways of cannabinoids, and provides guidance for GPs on the prescription process and access regulations for GPs to prescribe medicinal cannabis.
Transgender medicine is an emerging field of medical practice and the first step in transition for most people is to visit their GP. As a healthcare professional, you can’t afford to miss this opportunity to hear from our experienced presenter about the changing nutrient requirements during medical transition, and how you can reduce common side effects and manage long-term transgender health risks.
We are living in an age where nearly all our patients will be experiencing some degree of dysbiosis. In this webinar, Dr Jason Hawrelak will discuss the importance of a healthy, well-balanced gastrointestinal microbiome, outline the main reasons behind the current epidemic of dysbiosis, and highlight treatment strategies that can be used to improve the state of this ecosystem and diversify a dwindling microbiome.