The Evolution of Medicine is thrilled to announce the next Functional Forum event on the topic of resilience. We called 2020 the Year of Resilience and looking back over the first half of the year, resilience has become one of the most important topics out there, on many levels. Last month, we focused on immune resilience, and this month, we’re talking about the technologies of measuring and building health resilience. We will hear from leading physicians in the field who are driving the conversation on technology and how it can be used to build resilience.
The Evolution of Medicine is thrilled to announce “Immune Resilience” as the topic for our June Functional Forum. Never has there been a more important time to understand how the human body’s unique physiology makes it resilient to microbial influence, how immune resilience deteriorates over time, and what we can all do to improve immune resilience for ourselves and for our patients.
The Evolution of Medicine is thrilled to announce the 77th episode of the Functional Forum, “Mitochondrial Medicine.” We’re excited to return to a live format for this Forum—James will be hosting the event live and there will be time afterwards for questions.
The Evolution of Medicine is thrilled to announce its 76th Functional Forum. From micro to macro, we will be looking across the healing spectrum to better understand the etiology of chronic disease patterns.
Evolution of Medicine is thrilled to announce our 75th Functional Forum, on a topic that has been boiling under the surface for years and one of the biggest issues facing the growth of functional medicine. Health professionals, particularly doctors, must undertake further education outside their core training to learn, and in some cases, unlearn some of what they learned in medical school, to be able to practice functional medicine.
The Evolution of Medicine is thrilled to announce our first Functional Forum of the new decade. With the upcoming release of James Maskell’s second book, The Community Cure: Transforming Health Outcomes Together, this Forum will showcase how the ideas in the book can be applied to a single-payer health system like the National Health Service (NHS).
The Evolution of Medicine is thrilled to announce our final Functional Forum of this decade, our 72nd episode. We are excited to not only get up to date on perhaps the most important topic in functional medicine, but also to launch a project that we expect to kickstart our focus in the next phase of our advocacy efforts.
The Evolution of Medicine is thrilled to present the 67th episode of the Functional Forum on the cutting-edge topic of biological rhythms. In April 2019, The Personalized Lifestyle Medicine Institute held their “Mastering the Implementation of Lifestyle Medicine” conference, and this Forum will bring you interviews and content from that event.
The Evolution of Medicine is thrilled to present the second in our series on “Stress and the Brain” for the August Functional Forum. Building on July’s “Understanding Biological Rhythms,” we dive deeper into some of the cutting-edge science on this topic, with interviews from April’s PLMI conference as well as interviews with leading clinicians.