Spotlight on Cardiology
Organiser: Dr Sarah Myhill & Gilian Crowther.
The aim of this module is to provide a comprehensive, scientifically, and clinically validated outline of the effective diagnosis and management of arterial, heart disease, and mitochondrial dysfunction, incorporating the principles of Ecological / Functional Medicine. The aim is to arm trainees with the necessary knowledge and experience to achieve lasting positive outcomes for patients. We will focus on ecological principles behind common diagnosis and share simple, evidence-based treatment options.
The learning objective for this module should enable trainees and participants to:
Recall physiology and function as they relate to the most common conditions: metabolic syndrome and diabetes, hypertension, breakdown of the Krebs cycle
Understand the rationale for choosing the best diagnostic tests/tools for conditions: carbohydrate metabolism, cholesterol, homocysteine, mitochondrial dysfunction/blockage
Recognise the role of nutritional and environmental influences in conditions of all the above
Understand the nutritional and environmental treatment strategies for conditions of all the above and develop a checklist to help identify and treat the underlying nutritional and environmental influences including choice of diets and lifestyle interventions.
NB. Delegate tickets are for 'in person attendance'. Limited spaces available & priority is given to BSEM Members.
Paleo and gluten and dairy free diets catered for.
PLEASE NOTE AS A WE ARE A CHARITY WE DO NOT ACCEPT CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS FROM AMERICAN EXPRESS OR DINERS CLUB.