The BSEM has existed as a professional body since 1983 and has made a major contribution to the integration of ecological principles into mainstream medicine in the UK. BSEM continues to promote education, research & collaboration.
The British Society for Ecological Medicine (BSEM) promotes the study and good practice of allergy, environmental and nutritional medicine for the benefit of the public and supports doctors who use the insights of Ecological Medicine to help patients. More
The aims of the BSEM are to promote the education and research into the field of Ecological Medicine and to provide support, safety and a networking platform for doctors and other professionals who use the principles of Ecological Medicine in their practice. More
The term Ecological Medicine emerged in the late 90s and is since used all over the world. Ecological Medicine considers the interactions between individuals and the environment, and how they affect our health and the world we live in. More
The British Society for Ecological Medicine is a non-profit organisation. We do not receive any funding or sponsorship from the pharmaceutical industry or from any other companies, e.g. neutraceuticals or laboratories. If you find our services helpful, please donate here.
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The Guardian: Vitamin D 'proved to cut risk of colds and flu' - letter by Dr Jenny Goodman (BSEM) 21.02.17 More
March 2013: Sutton Council just gave the go-ahead for a big incinerator to be built in South London. For more information about the health effects of waste incineration please see the BSEM report "The Health Effects of Waste Incinerators". More
This paper from Sarah Myhill, Norman Booth and John McLaren Howard examines the role of mitochondrial dysfunction in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. More
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