Solgar – Evidence Based Approaches to Clinical Decision Making
September 22 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Evidence Based Approaches to Clinical Decision Making
In this webinar, Michelle will cover:
- Exploring clinical reasoning: the processes by which a therapist interacts with a patient, collecting information, generating and testing hypotheses, and determining interventions based on the information obtained.
- Sources of evidence and knowledge for clinical decision making.
- Bias in clinical reasoning
- The pathophysiological reasoning approach (expanding on the functional medicine model, it’s strengths and limitations).
- Evidence based clinical decision making.
Dr Michelle Barrow BSc, MSc, QTLS DProf.
Dr. Michelle Barrow works as Head of Education at CNELM, part of her role is leading and delivering undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and modules in Personalised Nutrition. She has achieved a first class degree in Nutritional Therapy, a work based learning Masters degree in Evidence- Based Practice in Nutrition, and in 2019 she was awarded a Doctorate in Professional Studies (DProf) from Middlesex University titled “Leading transformation in Personalised Nutrition Practice”. Her research aimed to construct validated clinical tools to enable the development of a new evidence base for personalised nutrition practice. Michelle has a Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Practitioner certificate. She has completed a diploma to teach in the lifelong learning sector (DTLLS) and achieved qualified teacher status (QTLS). Michelle runs her own nutritional therapy practice called Health Generation and is a Fellow member of BANT. In 2013 Michelle also had a healthy eating children’s book called ‘The Food Fight’ published.
Date and time: Tuesday 22 September 2020 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM GMT