According to the World Health Organisation, an estimated 13.7 million (24%) of all global deaths are linked with the environment each year. Furthermore, 91% of the world’s population live in areas where air pollution exceeds the World Health Organisation guideline limit.
Controlling risk factors for environmental disease, such as chemical pollutants, wireless technologies, biotoxins, heavy metals and air pollution, and finding new approaches to diagnosis and treatment is key to improving clinical outcomes.
Join leading integrative environmental medicine and nutritional experts 2-day virtual training event to discuss:
PLUS livestreamed MCs, live chat function to interact with other delegates, and a live Q&A panel at the end of each day!