Functional Medicine Practitioners

Training Program in China

2018 Applying Functional Medicine in

Clinical Practice (AFMCP)

Dec.8-12 Beijing


        Functional Medicine Practitioners Program Training and 2018 Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice will be held in Beijing on December 8 -12, 2018.

        Institute of Functional Medicine, currently the world’s most authoritative training organization for Functional Medicine physicians and clinical practitioners, offers Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice (AFMCP) and 6 other advanced courses (Cardio metabolic, Immune, Hormone, Energy, GI and Detox).

        The educational teaching team is made up of leading experts in functional medicine, including Dr. Evans、Dr. Stone、Dr. Hughes、Dr. Lukaczer、Dr. Warner. The faculty bringing years of clinical experience and international educational to this AFMCP program in China. Participants can broaden their understanding of root-cause medicine, keep up with the latest developments in the functional medicine approach, enhance their knowledge and application of the Functional Medicine Matrix Model, and learn how to create efficient solutions from a case-based learning approach. The training program covers gastrointestinal dysfunction and its links to chronic disease; inflammation and immune dysregulation; hypothalamic, pituitary, adrenal, thyroid, and gonadal (HPATG) axis in balances, insulin resistance and cardio metabolic syndrome; oxidative stress and mitochondrial dysfunction; toxins, toxicity, and impaired biotransformation; food sensitivities, allergies, and intolerance; evaluation of nutritional insufficiencies and dietary programs; intuition, insight, and the therapeutic encounter. The Q&A sessions with the educators will offer participants a platform to communicate with and learn from these world’s leading experts, and also a perfect opportunity for them to establish networking with colleagues or counterparts of functional medicine from the world and share their own diagnosis and treatment experiences.

Educational Partners

Institute for Functional Medicine
Greenikon

Sponsors:

China Health Promotion Foundation
Beijing Tsinghua Changgung Hospital
Beijing 4P Healthcare Institute

Organizer:

Functional Medicine Development Fund of China Health Promotion Foundation
Greenikon Functional Medicine Research Institute

Academic Support:

Chinese Health Management Association

Training Time:

December 8 - 12, 2018

Registration Fee:

$1,000.00

Training Location:

Best Western OL Stadium Hotel Beijing.

Registration Deadline:

November 30, 2018

Contact:

http://www.gi-institute.org/

Registration Method:


Fill in the registration form and send it to email:AFMCP2018@163.com.



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2018 APPLYING FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE IN CLINICAL PRACTICE (AFMCP)

December 8 (day one) 

7:00–8:30 AM

Check In/Registration

 

8:30–9:00 AM

Welcome and Orientation

Dan Lukaczer, ND and Greenikon

9:00–10:15 AM

Introduction to Functional Medicine: Redefining Disease Applied Systems Medicine

Joel Evans, MD

10:15–10:30AM

Morning Break

 

10:30–12:30 PM

Mapping the Territory: Using the Functional Medicine Matrix Model

Kristi Hughes, ND 

12:301:00 PM

The Practice of Functional Medicine

Robert D. Sheeler.MD

1:00–2:00 PM

Lunch Break

 

2:00 - 2:30 PM

Living Matrix Case study

Alex Wang, Greenikon

2:30–4:15PM

DIGIN to Root Causes of Gut Dysfunction

Dan Lukaczer ND

4:15–4:30 PM

Afternoon Break

 

4:30–6:00 PM

Treatment of GI Dysfunction

Wendy Warner, MD

6:00–6:30 PM

Questions and Answers

Facilitated by Dan Lukaczer, ND

All faculty and Greenikon

December 9 (DAY two)

8:00–9:30 AM

Immune Dysfunction and Inflammation: A Primary Mechanism of Illness

Michael Stone, MD

9:30–10:00 AM

Morning Break

 

10:00–11:30 AM

Food Allergies, Sensitivities, and Intolerances: Diagnosis and Treatment

Dan Lukaczer, ND

11:30AM–1:00 PM

Lunch Break

 

1:00–1:45 PM

Creating a Personalized Dietary Plan

Kristi Hughes, ND

1:45-2:15 PM

Questions and Answers

Facilitated by Dan Lukaczer, ND

All faculty and Greenikon

2:15-2:45 PM

Precision detection application of functional medicine

Alex Wang, Greenikon

2:45-2:55 PM

Living Matrix Case study

 

2:55–3:15 PM

Afternoon Break

 

3:15–4:30 PM

Anthropometrics, Biomarkers, Clinical Assessment, and Diet Evaluation: The ABCDs of Nutritional Evaluation: Part 1

Michael Stone, MD

4:30–4:45 PM

Short Restroom Break

 

4:45–6:00 PM

Shifting the Therapeutic Encounter and Supporting Behavioral Change

Joel Evans, MD

December 10 (DAY THREE)

8:00–9:45 AM

Anthropometrics, Biomarkers, Clinical Assessment, and Diet Evaluation: The ABCDs of Nutritional Evaluation: Part 2

Michael Stone, MD

9:45-10:30 AM

Information Sessions for IFM’s Certification Program

Dan Lukaczer, ND

10:30–10:45 AM

Morning Break

 

10:45AM–12:30 PM

How Environmental Toxins are Contributing to Chronic Disease and Making Us Ill

Dan Lukaczer, ND

12:30–1:30 PM

Lunch Break

 

1:30–3:00 PM

Lowering the Toxic Body Burden Using Diet, Lifestyle, and Other Strategies

Wendy Warner, MD

3:00-3:10 PM

Living Matrix Case study

 

3:10–3:30 PM

Afternoon Break

 

3:30–5:30 PM

Functional Approaches to Cardiometabolic Disease

Kristi Hughes, ND

5:30–6:00 PM

Questions and Answers

Facilitated by Dan Lukaczer, ND

All faculty and Greenikon

December 11 (DAY FOUR)

8:00–9:15 AM

Understanding the HPATG Axis: Biochemistry and Background

Joel Evans, MD

9:15–9:45 AM

Morning Break

 

9:45–11:00 AM

Assessment and Treatment of Adrenal Dysfunction

Wendy Warner, MD

11:00–11:15 AM

Short Restroom Break

 

11:15AM–12:30 PM

Assessment and Treatment of Thyroid Dysfunction

Dan Lukaczer, ND

12:30 PM–2:00 PM

Lunch Break

 

2:00–3:15 PM

Low Testosterone and a Man's Hormones

Michael Stone, MD

3:15–3:25 PM

Living Matrix Case study

 

3:25–3:45 PM

Afternoon Break

 

3:45–5:30 PM

Modulating a Woman’s Hormones

Wendy Warner, MD

5:30-6:00 PM

Questions and Answers

Facilitated by Dan Lukaczer, ND

All faculty and Greenikon

 December 12 (DAY FIVE)

8:00–9:30 AM

Mitochondria and Energy Dynamics

Joel Evans, MD

9:30–10:00 AM

Morning Break

 

10:00 AM–12:00 PM

Clinical Integration of Functional Nutrition and Lifestyle Change

Kristi Hughes, ND

12:00–1:30 PM

Lunch Break

 

1:30–3:00 PM

Clinical Integration and the Functional Medicine Matrix

Joel Evans, MD

3:00–3:10 PM

Living Matrix Case study

 

3:10-3:30 PM

Afternoon Break

 

3:30-4:15 PM

Questions and Answers

Facilitated by Dan Lukaczer, ND

All faculty and Greenikon

4:15-5:30 PM

Applying the Functional Medicine and Clinical Nutrition Approach to Methylation Case Studies; Stress, Depression, and Fatigue 

Michael Stone, MD

5:30–6:00 PM

Closing Comments

Dan Lukaczer, ND and GreeniKon