Hallam Conference Centre, 44 Hallam Street, London W1W 6JJ
Poor metabolic health underlies many chronic diseases
Join our leading experts as they discuss the metabolism in relation to common diseases and how measures to improve metabolic health will improve patient outcomes
Dr David Jehring has organised the day and has gathered an amazing line-up of both familiar faces and new guest speakers.
The day begins with Dr Damien Downing outlining how the principles of Ecological Medicine are applied in improving metabolic health.
Dr David Jehring will then give an overview of Metabolic Syndrome, its causes, how to diagnose and monitor it using the latest technology such as Continuous Glucose Monitors and Insulin level tests. He will outline treatment options and give an overview of its adverse effects on long term health, setting the scene for the more in depth talks on specific aspects of this.
The renowned cardiologist and public health campaigner Dr Aseem Malhotra will examine cardio-vascular disease, the impact of metabolic health and whether heart disease can be reversed.
Rachel Nicoll PhD, will then address the topic of cancer as a metabolic disease.
After lunch Patrick Holford will look at the root causes of Alzheimer’s disease and what measures can be adopted to prevent it. You may want to have a look at the free, validated Cognitive Function Test.
There will be ample opportunity for questions from the both in-person and on-line delegates.
Finally the ever-popular Masterclass will be presented by Dr Shideh Pouria and the panel. The panel will include Dr David Unwin the RCGP expert clinical advisor on Diabetes. David is a past winner of the NHS Innovator Of The Year Award for published research into lifestyle changes; working with patients’ personal health goals as an alternative to drug therapy in type 2 diabetes. Dr Sarah Myhill will also be joining us for the panel session.
As always we welcome contributions from trainees. If you would like to contribute please submit a case history below and we will be in touch.