The varying approaches to healthcare can often result in doctors, therapists and practitioners working in silos. By stripping back the labels and encouraging dialogue and the sharing of information, the clinician can remove their own biases and combine a range of approaches that provide the patient with the best possible outcomes.
Dr Michael Dixon, Chair of the College of Medicine, UK and Joint-Chair of the Integrative & Personalised Medicine congress comments;
“I am seeing amongst by younger colleagues, the newly trained GPs, that they have a new attitude towards healthcare. They are not interested in whether something is viewed as conventional, complementary, functional or lifestyle, they are just looking at what works for their patients. Through this conference, we aim to capture that sense of hope, open-mindedness, and patient-centred care”
“By sharing clinical experience, knowledge and ideas we hope to see the start of a new revolution that strips away the labels and focuses on whole-person, patient centred care. We hope that this united common front across all modalities will be the start of a movement, that will eminent from the Integrative & Personalised conference in London, throughout the UK, perhaps through Europe and around the world. We hope that this congress will bring together some of the best talents, so we can pool our knowledge and resources and leave re-invigorated and inspired.”