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in Association with Cytoplan
THE IRISH INTEGRATIVE HEALTHCARE CONFERENCE 2017
FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE I HEALTH AND WELLNESS COACHING I LIFESTYLE MEDICINE
Managing Dementia: Are Nutrition and Lifestyle the Key?
Saturday, June 17th
The Talbot Hotel
Dr Rangan Chatterjee
from BBC1's Doctor in the House
Dr Patrick Hanaway
Chief Medical Education Officer, Institute of Functional Medicine
Plus bonus speaker Amanda Williams (PG Dip Nutritional Therapy, mBANT, CNHC. RANA, NLP) and selected exhibitors from the integrative healthcare industry showcasing their latest products and services
What You Will Gain From This Full Day Conference:
Learn from World renowned Functional Medicine clinicians and researchers
Dr Rangan Chatterjee and Dr Patrick Hanaway are experts in the field of Functional Medicine with a wealth of clinical experience. They are both currently involved in exciting research projects focused on the management of dementia using nutrition and lifestyle interventions.
Discover the latest information on the Bredesen Protocol
Discover more about the work of Dr Dale Bredesen and his multi-factorial lifestyle and nutrition based approach to treating, and reversing, early onset Alzheimer’s disease.
Find out how you can apply the information learned on the day to your practice
The day will include practical material and case studies, plus information on opportunities for healthcare practitioners to mentor and support patients with Alzheimer's.
Who Should Attend this Conference?
What is Included in the Ticket Price?
Any healthcare practitioner, or student practitioner, interested in the role of nutrition and lifestyle in chronic disease (particularly neurological conditions). Those with a particular interest in Functional Medicine and it's role in the management of chronic disease.
Electronic PDF copies of all presentations, access to audio recordings, light refreshments, delegate goodie bags, competition prizes on the day, free parking at the venue.
Dr Chatterjee qualified from Edinburgh University Medical School in 2001, and spent his first six years in hospital medicine, before moving into General Practice. A key turning point in his life saw him begin to study nutritional science before exploring Movement Science, Stress Reduction, Ancestral Health and Functional Medicine. He has also completed a BSc Honours Degree in Immunology. Dr Chatterjee currently works as an NHS GP in Oldham where he looks after a deprived and socially isolated patient population. He also works privately one day per week. He uses a hybrid approach to healthcare, integrating all of his experience and research from these different areas. Dr Chatterjee believes every patient is unique and advocates for personalised medicine specific to the individual. He believes that lifestyle and nutrition are always the bedrock upon which all chronic medical management should be founded. He currently features on BBC one's Doctor in the House.
Dr Hanaway is a board-certified family physician with a medical degree from Washington University and residency training at the University of New Mexico. He is a past President of the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine. Dr Hanaway is currently the Director of Medical Education for the Institute for Functional Medicine, prior to which he was the Chief Medical Officer at Genova Diagnostics. He has been an apprentice with the Huichol Indians in the Western Sierra Madre Mountains for the past 11 years and was initiated as a Marakame (Shaman) within the tradition in 2009. As a Functional Medicine practitioner Sr Hanaway emphasises therapeutic relationships, connection, community, and wholeness.
Amanda Williams, Technical Director of Cytoplan. The charitable arm of Cytoplan, the AIM foundation, are due to invest £250k in a UK study with Dr Rangen Chatterjee as lead clinician. Cytoplan are the supplement company working with Dr. Bredesen directly to produce targeted supplements and herbals for his protocol. Amanda Williams will be discussing nutritional and supplement keynote strategies for Alzheimer's Disease subtypes.
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