Watch part 2 of this exclusive 3-part webinar series with Fullscript and Dr. Aviva Romm, MD, on the future of women’s health, childbirth, and family medicine in an era of social distancing as it pertains to autonomy in health decisions and preventative medicine.
As public health policies rapidly evolve, there are growing concerns that complete sovereignty over one’s body is at risk, including a woman’s choice in how she delivers a child. In this second installment of the series, Dr. Romm will be joined by Dr. Jenn Keller, ND, to discuss the unique challenges with which women are now faced, as well as the ways in which practitioners can support women from pregnancy and childbirth.
In this webinar, you’ll learn about:
- The specific challenges and changes that COVID-19 have imposed on access to fertility, pregnancy & birthing services
- The rights of the birthing person and how to teach your patients to advocate for themselves
- Addressing and raising awareness of the specific truths and statistics faced by minority groups in fertility and childbirth
Dr. Aviva Romm’s Women’s Functional and Integrative Medicine Professional Training Program is now $1,000 off!
Did you know that as many as 70-90% of all diagnoses are made on the basis of the gathering of a good history? And with telemedicine this is even more important! But how do you gather the history that will help you transform a story into an effective plan for your patient? When a health practitioner chooses to authentically seek connection with their patient, wonderful invisible threads form between the practitioner and patient – the threads of a trusting therapeutic relationship. Hierarchy begins to crumble. You begin to see your patient as a human being, not a disease or diagnosis. Your patient, too, can begin to see you as a trusted, relatable guide on her healing path. And you hear more of their story, and as a health detective, this helps you get far more clues as to the underlying, or root causes. Nurturing this connection as a specific therapeutic tool is something I teach in-depth in the Women’s Functional and Integrative Medicine Professional Training Program. I use the HEART framework, a model I developed and teach in the program While the Women’s Functional and Integrative Medicine Professional Training Program has over 120 hours of content on the technical aspects of practicing integrative and functional medicine, the entire program is infused with the aspect that women seek more: connection, because your patients won’t care what you know, until they know that you care. Due to the strangeness of times in this pandemic, the evolving landscape of telemedicine (which I’ve actually been practicing since 2012!), and more women wanting to join this program, I’ve extended the early bird discount through August 30th – join this revolutionary, innovative, & interactive online program in women’s wellness at $1,000 off. In good health and medicine, Aviva Romm *Please note that this program is open to women practitioners only.