The Evolution of Medicine is excited to partner with Clinical Education for our fourth International Functional Forum hosted at The Royal Society of Medicine, hosted by BBC One’s Doctor In The House – Dr. Rangan Chatterjee.
This episode’s key theme is Innovative Practice. The speakers will explore innovative ways that they are including Functional Medicine into their practices, both in and out of an NHS setting and what options are available.
Dr. Abeyna Jones BMedSci BMBS MRCS PGCert AdvDOccMed will present opportunities for GPs (& all doctors / medics) beyond conventional medicine. Using her background and journey to why she founded Medic Footprints, this is a presentation not be missed.
Elisabeth Philipps PhD will explore the philosophy, profound shift and practical applications of functional medicine in providing an integrated framework for better clinical outcomes based on her own career evolution from bench scientist studying specific and individual causes of disease to “bedside” support of individuals empowering them to better manage their health through diet and lifestyle and creating greater therapeutic satisfaction.
John Briffa BSc (Hons) MB BS (Lond) will be talking about his personal and professional journey from conventional to naturally-oriented medicine, and will also be discussing aspects relating to the art and science of clinical practice that he has found to be particularly useful over the years.