Reminder: Monday March 19, 2018
A New Vision for American Healthcare
Each month, the Functional Forum focuses on a specific topic of interest. This month, they traveled back across the highlights of the past 50 Forums to showcase the main themes driving the success of our community.
The Functional Forum started a as a small NYC-based Meetup Group. Over the last four years, it has grown to encompass 50 shows, 170 podcasts, countless conferences and summits, four unique practice development products, numerous media appearances and over 100 Meetup Groups across five countries.
As you know, in Rhode Island, we gather on the second Monday of the month (one week after the live Functional Forum event) to watch key highlights, network with each other, and elaborate on the topic of the month. This month we will have one guest speaker, Kathleen Mitchell, as well as an opportunity to share our successes and struggles of operating in this ever-changing world of healthcare.
After working 30 plus years as a Licensed Dental Hygienist, and with a love for the Sciences and her patients, Kathleen studied to become a Certified Holistic Health Coach through the Institute of Integrative Medicine. It was there that she discovered her passion for Functional Medicine.She became Certified in Full Body Systems through Functional Nutrition Alliance, earned an Advanced Certification in Functional Nutrition with Josh Gitalis and then became Certified in Applied Functional Medicine for Coaches through the School of Applied Functional Medicine.
Kathleen is the founder of Nourish Your Needs where she supports her clients one-on-one as a Functional Medicine Nutritionist & Lifestyle Practitioner. She is the co-founder of foodGEVITY, a women's online health program that teaches about the balance between the Foods That Feed You (Lifestyle) and The Foods On Your Fork (Nutrition). She loves to travel to present workshops and is the upcoming author of the book "Illness to Wellness, through Functional Medicine". As a mother of five, and one who suffered from her own health symptoms, she learned to walk her way to wellness through Functional Medicine.
Who Should Attend?
Any practitioner who is curious about addressing the root cause of chronic disease
Any health professional who practices:
- Functional Medicine
- Preventative Medicine
- Integrative Medicine
- Holistic Medicine
Digital Health Innovators
- MD, DO, ND, PA, DC, RN, RD, NP, LAc., CHT, CCN, DDS, Midwives, PharmD, Pharmacist, Vet, Colon Hydrotherapist, Health Coaches etc.
March 19, 2018
6:30pm to 8:30pm
Q&A/Group Discussion: 7:45-8:30pm
Brown Alpert Medical School
222 Richmond Street,
Lecture Hall 170
There is a parking garage attached to the Medical School, and the address for that structure is: 280 Richmond Street (Even though the entrances to get in are on Elm Street and Eddy Street.) You may also consider parking at metered spots - we have been told the meter maid gets picked up everyday by 4:30pm.
Monday, April 9
About the Functional Forum:
The Functional Forum is a monthly web show for health professionals and industry insiders who are passionate about the evolution of medicine. Curating the industry’s leading innovators, the Functional Forum brings together the latest health news, functional medicine research, practice development and health technology in an upbeat, entertaining way.
March Function Forum video.
Previous videos are all archived for free forever at Functional Forum
We look forward to seeing you.
Kathleen DiChiara, FDN-P and Denice Hilty, DC