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Functional Forum UK (January)
January 17, 2017 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm£72
Due to phenomenal demand, the January Functional Forum has sold out. This event is being streamed live, for free, via the Functional Forum. Please CLICK HERE to register for the live stream.
Price: £60 + VAT
Timings: 6.30pm – 9.30pm (Livestreaming begins at 7pm)
To book, call 0333 241 4289 or use our online booking form and someone will be in touch to register you onto the seminar.
Due to phenomenal demand, the Functional Forum is returning on Tuesday 17th January. Join us at the Royal Society of Medicine for an evening of presentations from inspirational thought leaders from the world of Functional Medicine. The presentations will be followed by a networking drinks reception.
This Forum will focus on Mental Health from all aspects of Healthcare. With three speakers from an NHS setting, it promises to be a groundbreaking and informative evening.
Dr Rangan Chatterjee, MBChB, BSc (Hons), MRCGP, MRCP
Dr Rangan Chatterjee hosted a unique 3 programme series on BBC1 in 2015. This series looked at how an NHS GP could immerse himself with three families to guide them back to health using the principles and practices of functional medicine.
James Maskell BSc
In this lecture, we will hear from James Maskell, the Founder of the Functional Forum, as he shares real cases from the front lines of Functional Medicine in the USA. Expect a mixture of big ideas and practical tools to help you create a far more efficient practice model. He will illuminate a number of ways to streamline your practice, deliver care and remain viable.
Dr Pratima Singh MBBS, MRCPsych MBA
Dr Singh will present:
“The functional medicine approach for a NHS mental health setting: Aspirations and Challenges”
Dr Singh is a community and adult psychiatrist working in Lewisham, London. She is based in a team at the South London and Maudsley NHS Trust that works closely with local GPs to plan care for patients presenting with mental illnesses requiring specialist input. Having had the advantage of several strategic leadership opportunities in her residency, she believes that a holistic and functional medicine approach presents an opportunity to address the huge burden of mental health morbidity in the NHS. She is a strong advocate of intensive lifestyle interventions to address chronic mental health conditions and judicious use of psychotropic medication. She is currently undergoing training to develop competencies in the model of Functional medicine.
Dr Sarah Davies MBChB MRCGP DFSRH AFMCP
Dr Davies is a Graduate of the University of Manchester in Medicine, registered with the General Medical Council and a Member of the Royal College of GPs.
She has trained with, and is a member of, the Institute of Functional Medicine.
She began her medical career in hospitals in the North West of England and has been working as an NHS doctor for the past 12 years. She currently practises privately in Manchester-based clinics and part-time as an NHS GP in Tameside.