BUILDING NUTRIGENOMICS KNOWLEDGE AND CONFIDENCE FOR CLINICAL PRACTICE INTEGRATION
In the first nutrigenomics webinar we reviewed the foundational principles of nutrigenomics. In this webinar we explore the history of nutrigenomic testing as well as the successes and failures of the nutrigenomic industry, identifying problems that exist for both the patient and practitioner. We start addressing the clinical translation and implementation of nutrigenomics, focusing on user experience and translation for the customer, and education, mentorship and community for the practitioner. We finish off with a Genes 1st and 6 step framework that you can use in your practice, and explore these frameworks with real life case studies.
PART 1: Evaluating the Nutrigenomics market place
What did the last two decades deliver?
The MTHFR bump in the road
SNPs vs pathways
PART 2: Translational Nutrigenomics Frameworks and Case Studies
Know where to start
6 step approach for clinical integration
Framework for recommendations
Upon successful completion of this one-hour course, the participant should be able to:
Understand the tests being offered by the genetic testing market place.
Identify areas in which we have failed and succeeded with nutrigenomics.
Identify the solutions that can improve the industry, as well as the value of nutrigenomics to the patient and practitioner.
Identify how education, mentorship and community can enable practitioners to become expert nutrigenomics practitioners.
Become familiar with frameworks for integrating nutrigenomics into clinical practice.
In the rapidly-evolving discipline of nutrigenomics, Dr. Joffe is globally acknowledged as a leading expert in the field. She is a highly sought-after speaker, has co-authored two books, "It's Not Just Your Genes" and "Genes To Plate," and has been published in multiple peer-reviewed scientific journals.
Dr. Joffe is at the forefront of nutrigenomic education and has helped develop and supervise nutrigenomics courses around the world, including her own Manuka courses, which have trained hundreds of healthcare practitioners globally. She is currently an Adjunct Professor, teaching Nutrigenomics at Rutgers University and MUIH.
She is co-founder and Chief Science Officer of 3X4 Genetics.