Primary Care UK

E1: Lifestyle Medicine & Group Consultations

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IN THIS EPISODE Munir Adam talks to Lifestyle Medicine Practitioner Dr Roopa Jaiswal to understand the growing area of Lifestyle Medicine and Group Consultations.  The episode is of relevance to ALL frontline clinical staff in Primary Care.

SPECIAL THANKS to the guest speaker: Roopa Jaiswal, GP &
London Regional Director for the British Society of Lifestyle Medicine.

USEFUL RESOURCES:

Home


– has links for group consultations under one of the tabs

Book recommendations:
Lifestyle Medicine, by Garry Egger
Why We Sleep, by Matthew Walker
In Defence of Food, by Michael Pollan
How Not To Die, by Michael Greger
How Not To Diet, by Michael Greger

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