Functional Medicine Advanced Practice Modules™ (APM) Cardiometabolic, Europe 2024
March 15 @ 8:00 am - March 17 @ 3:00 pm$1375
During the past decade, convincing evidence has accumulated that conquering heart disease is not simply a matter of driving serum cholesterol down. In fact, one half of the people who have a heart attack have normal cholesterol and now low cholesterol is being associated with a significant risk of early cognitive decline. New information is available. Clinicians are no longer limited to using antiquated measures of cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood sugars as the primary markers of increased risk for cardiometabolic disorders: advanced lipid assays, markers of oxidative stress, inflammation, hormones, and body composition are all providing new opportunities for safer and more effective early interventions to prevent and reverse cardiometabolic disease.
IFM’S CARDIOMETABOLIC ADVANCED PRACTICE MODULE
The module will help clinicians understand the physiology underlying cardiometabolic syndrome and cardiovascular disease, new approaches to effective assessments and treatments, and how to integrate these lifesaving tools into practice.
Clinical Education is offering Regional Pricing for this module – save up to $650!
Clinical Education Members based in eligible regions can access the European Advanced Practice Modules for a special price of $1,375* USD (Full tuition price $2,025 USD). IFM and Clinical Education are committed to removing barriers to entry for training in this region and this special pricing reflects that commitment.
To access this special price, Clinical Education need to verify your eligibility by location and profession. Please fill out the request form below. Clinical Education aim to respond within 24 hours and will send a link to complete your purchase to the Advanced Practice Module upon successful verification of your eligibility.
*GBP approx. £1089 at the current exchange rate. This estimate is provided for informational purposes only. It is meant only as an approximate conversion amount based on the exchange rate at the time of publication and should not be relied upon for any other purposes.