MAKING THE CONNECTION 2013
EMERGING CLINICAL ISSUES IN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
Making the Connection 2013: Emerging Clinical Issues in Environmental Health (February 15) was highly successful, registering 125 physicians, nurses, midwives, allied health professionals and community activists.
Links to presentations (lectures were video-captured and stored in the UWSMPH's video library):
It’s Not Just a Defensive Game: Preventing, Handling and Healing Environmental Intolerances- J. Adam Rindfleisch, MPhil, MD Review of current research and clinical experiences relating to management of various forms of environmental intolerance, including chemical sensitivities, food intolerances and others.
Applying Environmental Medicine Principles to Primary Care Practice- Susan Buchanan, MD, MPH
Practical tips to guiding your patients towards better health through awareness of the health effects of environmental exposures.
Being Rumi: Connecting to Ourselves for Sustainable Well-Being- Donal MacCoon, PhD
A journey of suffering from the personal to the global, proposing solutions that maximize sustainable well-being and cultivate a connection to ALL of who we are.