AIMA Monthly Meet Up – November 2023
Join us for the second installment of our AIMA Monthly Meet Ups webinar series, where we aim to make learning about integrative medicine both informative and convenient.
Pharmacogenomics in Integrative Mental Health Care: Case Studies & Practical Applications with Dr Cris Beer
When: Thursday 23 November 2023 12pm AEDT
Duration: 30-minute talk + 15min Q&A
Pharmacogenomics is under-utilised in Australia as a management tool for mental health conditions. It can prove particularly useful in helping to guide response to medications as well as nutraceuticals. It can also prove helpful for those who are particularly sensitive to the use of medications and/or nutraceuticals and for those who are treatment-resistant.
Learn what we know so far about pharmacogenomics, its clinical use and availability, and how it may be utilised in the clinical practice setting to assist in managing patients with mental health conditions. Clinical case studies will be presented.
- AIMA Members – FREE
- Non-members AUD$20+gst
BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE.
Your booking confirmation will include Zoom login details for the event as well as 3-5 recent research papers related to the topic, allowing you to do some pre-webinar reading if you choose.
These webinars are designed to provide you with compact doses of knowledge on various aspects of integrative medicine. We’ll share the latest research on specific conditions, offer specific skills and expertise, discuss best practices, showcase interesting case studies, or provide research updates on herbs, vitamins, and medicines.
The sessions will be recorded so all registrants will receive a link to watch the recording.
Join us for these informative and concise sessions as we explore the world of integrative medicine together.
President of AIMA
Dr Cris is an integrative medical doctor, author, corporate speaker, and media doctor. As an expert in integrative medicine Dr. Cris specialises not just in treatment of illnesses, but in the attaining of optimum health. She has particular interests in preventative health, lifestyle medicine, hormone health, weight loss, fatigue and sleep problems, digestive issues, as well as women’s health. She currently practices at The Medical Sanctuary as a registered medical doctor helping real patients with real health issues everyday.
She was also the health consultant for The Biggest Loser retreat. Dr Cris has worked closely alongside Griffith University’s School of Nutrition & Dietetics by being involved in joint research projects focusing on improving nutrition knowledge and delivery of general practitioners for chronic diseases.
Dr Cris’ passion for health and wellness extends beyond the consulting room also. She is an author of the books Healthy Habits, 52 ways to better health, and Healthy Liver; with her third book Healthy Hormones being released in late 2017. She regularly contributes to body+soul as part of their expert team as well as The Daily Telegraph and other print and online publications. She has appeared on Studio 10, The Daily Edition, and SBS Insight.