Ask the Doctor - An evening with Dr Chatterjee and Friends
Ask the Doctor? ? An evening with Dr Chatterjee and friends
Effective ways to work with your GP to get the health outcomes you need
LOBE Medical and Clinical Education present their first ever public event on Friday 19th January, 7.30pm ? 9.30pm at County Hall in London. Tickets will include a signed copy of Dr Chatterjee?s book ?The Four Pillar Plan? and access to three prominent opinion leaders in Lifestyle Medicine.
What is it about?
Ever wanted to know how to approach your health problems differently? Maybe, you?re frustrated with the pathway that your treatment has taken, and you feel like you need to change the course of your health journey? Perhaps you were inspired with the way that Dr Chatterjee approached chronic health conditions in the BBC One Show ?Doctor in the House??
?Ask the Doctor ? an evening with Dr Chatterjee and friends? gives you the opportunity to learn effective strategies for working with your GP to get the health outcomes you need. The evening features three short presentations from Dr Rangan Chatterjee, Dr Ayan Panja and Dr Sarah Davies who will detail their experiences from both an NHS and Private GP perspective. A structured Q and A then follows, where you can submit your questions to the panel. For the final 30 minutes, questions from the floor will be taken.
Who is it for?
This one-off event is open to everyone with an interest in changing the course of their health.
Dr Rangan Chatterjee BSc (Hons) MRCP MRCGP - Rangan initially trained as a renal physician before moving into general practice. He lectures internationally about lifestyle medicine which he believes should be personalised, participatory and progressive. He is a passionate advocate of preventative medicine and recognised as a leader in his field, implementing effective lifestyle interventions in Medical Practice.
Dr Ayan Panja MRCGP ? Ayan has been a NHS GP partner since 2003, initially in North London and more recently in Hertfordshire. He has longstanding interests in lifestyle and preventive medicine as well as science communication. He is a clinical assurance adviser for NHS Choices.
Dr Sarah Davies - Dr Davies is a GP working one day in the NHS in Stockport and also in private practice as a Functional Medicine specialist. A graduate of the University of Manchester, she began her medical career in hospitals in the North West of England and has been working as an NHS doctor for the past 14 years. Sarah is passionate about empowering patients to take control of their own health through diet and lifestyle changes and uses Functional Medicine approaches in both her private and NHS work.
Friday 19th January, 2018 at County Hall, London. 7.30pm ? 9.30pm
Tickets: £40 ? includes a signed copy of Dr Chatterjee?s book ?The Four Pillar Plan?