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This first-of-its kind course will explore clinical principles to reduce patient vulnerability to developing severe infection during the pandemic, increase resistance to infection, improve resilience to the more injurious consequences of infection, and optimize recovery from infection and its long term consequences. In the form of a clinical algorithm, the course provides protocols on what to recommend for which patients and at what point in the course of illness. This algorithm includes a framework for dietary and lifestyle treatments, managing comorbidities that influence risk, and therapeutic approaches to nutraceutical, botanical, and pharmaceutical interventions.
In addition to one year of on-demand access to this content, the course will also include a longitudinal component to keep you up to date on all the newest research findings and clinical pearls regarding this rapidly evolving pandemic. Each month from January through June, IFM will deliver a webinar on the latest topics of interest related to the functional medicine approach to COVID-19.
It covers the pandemic from all angles, including risk factors of vulnerability to severe infection, antecedents and mediators, social determinants of health, clinical course of illness, cellular and molecular-level mechanisms of the virus, and agents that can be used to intervene at all stages of the disease.
RESISTANCE, RESILIENCE, AND RECOVERY EDUCATORS
*Lectures average 15 minutes each
This online course requires a reliable internet connection. The course can be streamed and viewed on mobile devices and tablets, but it is optimized for laptops and desktop computers. Download is not supported on mobile devices or tablets.
A full refund can be requested within 48 hours (two days) of receiving access to course content. Refund requests received after one week (seven days) of receiving access to course content are eligible for a refund, less a $50 cancellation fee. Refund requests must be received in writing by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. IFM will reply with a written acknowledgement.