CORONVIRUS UPDATE: CONFERENCE POSTPONED
Following conversations with the speakers, Sandra has decided to postpone the conference and reschedule for later in the year.
Bookings will be carried over to the new date when it is arranged, but if you would like to discuss a refund or have any other questions, please email:
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
A 21st Century approach to the Gut and Brain Connection
Saturday, March 21st | 09:00 – 17.00 | DoubleTree by Hilton, Redcliffe Way, Bristol. BS1 6NJ
|09.00 – 09.30||Registration and Refreshments|
|09.30 – 09.40||Welcome and Introduction|
|09.40 – 10.40||Dr Natasha Campbell McBride|
“All Diseases Begin in the Gut – Part 1″
|10.40 – 11.00||Break and Refreshments|
|11.00 – 11.30||Dr Natasha Campbell McBride|
“All Diseases Begin in the Gut – Part 2”
|11.30 – 12.30||Dr Tom O’Bryan|
“B4: The Gateway Allowing Slow Ongoing Brain
Deterioration and How Food Selections Fuel or
|12:30 – 13.30||Dr Alex Richardson|
“Food, Behaviour and Mental Health: from evidence
to best practice.”
|13.30 – 14.30||Lunch and Exhibitors|
|14.30 – 15.30||Dr Tom O’Bryan|
“B4: Closing the Gates to Brain Deterioration.“
|15.30 – 16.30||Kevin Williamson|
“Nutrition for the Management of Psychosis Symptoms:
The Views of Patients, Carers and Health Professionals.“
|16.30 – 17.00||Question and Answer Session|
Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride
Dr. Campbell-McBride graduated with Honours as a Medical Doctor in 1984 from Bashkir Medical University in Russia. She gained a Postgraduate Degree in Neurology and completed a second Postgraduate Degree in Human Nutrition at Sheffield University, UK.
In 2004 she published a book Gut And Psychology Syndrome. Natural Treatment Of Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Depression And Schizophrenia. The book explores the GAPS Nutritional Protocol, highly successful in treating patients with learning disabilities and other mental problems. A second edition was published in 2010, and has been translated into sixteen languages.
In her clinic Dr Campbell-McBride works with patients with heart disease, high blood pressure, arrhythmia, stroke and other complications of atherosclerosis. She is acutely aware of the confusion about nutrition and these conditions, spurring an intensive study into this subject. The result of this study is her book Put Your Heart in Your Mouth! What Really is Heart Disease and what can we do to Prevent and Even Reverse it. Dr Campbell-McBride is a Member of The Society of Authors, The British Society for Environmental Medicine, and a Board Member of the Weston A. Price Foundation.
Dr Tom O’Bryan
When it comes to getting healthy, Dr. Tom O’Bryan’s goal for you is ‘Making It Easy To Do the Right Thing’. As an internationally recognized, admired and compassionate speaker focusing on food sensitivities, environmental toxins, and the development of autoimmune diseases, Dr. Tom’s audiences discover that it is through a clear understanding of how you got to where you are, that you and your Dr. can figure out what it will take to get you well.
Dr. O’Bryan is considered a ‘Sherlock Holmes’ for chronic disease and teaches that recognizing and addressing the underlying mechanisms that activate an immune response is the map to the highway towards better health. He holds teaching Faculty positions with the Institute for Functional Medicine and the National University of Health Sciences. He has trained and certified tens of thousands of practitioners around the world in advanced understanding of the impact of wheat sensitivity and the development of individual autoimmune diseases.
Dr Alex Richardson
Dr Alex Richardson is a Visiting Senior Research Fellow at the University of Oxford, and the founder and director of Food and Behaviour Research, a charity founded in 2003 to develop and promote scientific research into the links between nutrition and human behaviour.
Alex Richardson is well known for her research into the impact of nutrition and in particular, of omega-3 fatty acids on behaviour, learning and mood. Nevertheless, her activities are very varied, including research in the areas of epidemiology, genetics, brain imaging, biochemistry, nutrition, physiology and psychology; as well as other writing, lecturing, teaching and consultancy work.
Her main areas of research centre on:
- The role of nutrition in brain development and function, and its effects on behaviour, learning and mood.
- The biology of individual differences in personality, perception and cognition, particularly in relation to neurodevelopmental and psychiatric disorders.
Kevin Williamson is Head of Research at Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber (RDaSH) NHS Foundation Trust and has over a decade of experience as a Registered Nutritionist. Kevin’s work with young people with mental health problems received a Parliamentary commendation from the Government’s Food and Health Forum, which recommended that all other NHS trusts should adopt a similar approach.
In 2016 Kevin created the Centre for Nutrition and Behaviour, part of RDASH NHS Foundation Trust, and is a Consultant Nutritionist and the Centre’s Clinical Lead. In addition to publications in the field of nutrition and behaviour, he has presented nationally, in Europe and Asia on the topic. Current projects include mapping Depression, Anxiety, Nutrition, Stress and Sleep (DANSS) in the workforce and his PhD focussing on the consideration of nutrition for the management of the symptoms of psychosis. Additionally, Kevin has been a Principal Investigator on National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) portfolio research studies.
Kevin is a Registered Public Health Nutritionist, holds a Masters of Medical Science in Human Nutrition, and has over 10 years’ experience of University lecturing. This includes guest lecturing and the development of an accredited online degree-level course aimed at training health professionals on nutritional care in mental health.
5 Hours CPD Accreditation
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|Medical Professionals & Education Authorities||£150.00|
|Carers, Service Users, Students and General Public||£50.00|
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- Forms for bookings at the standard rate must be received by 23.59 on 28.02.20.
- No refunds can be made for any cancellation after 01.03.20, but substitute delegates are welcome. The information contained herein is deemed to be correct.
- However, the Chy-Sawel Project reserves the right to alter or cancel any part of the programme, in the event of unforeseen circumstances.
- Free WiFi access.
- Free parking for conference delegates.
- £15 charge for overnight parking.
- 400 yards from Temple Meads station.
- 10 minutes from Bristol city centre shops.
- Bristol Airport shuttle stop outside the hotel.
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