A Health Risk Management Tool focussed on prevention and management of chronic diseases.
The Burden of Chronic disease is a global problem. So, there is a growing need to shift from acute care to prevention and self-management. When an individual, with a chronic disease or, are at high risk of getting it (like diabetic or pre-diabetic) goes to a health practitioner, they are given a list of recommendations around food, lifestyle and medication. However, there is no way of ensuring compliance and compliance is critical here. Empeal addresses this gap.
Supporting ourselves nutritionally during the Covid 19'
Liz Gale is a nutritional therapist specializing in digestive health, autoimmune disorders, diabetes and anti-ageing. She holds a 3-year Diploma in Naturopathic Nutrition and is an active member of the Nutritional Therapists of Ireland (NTOI). Her practice is evidence-based and she strictly uses only scientifically researched dietary treatments and therapies to help her clients reach optimal health. Her own health history sparked her interest in nutrition and that’s when she started studying how food and diet makes a huge difference in living a healthy life.
Finding it difficult to be as productive as before due to remote working? Our third podcast is with Moira Dunne, a Productive Consultant and co-founder of BeProductive. The podcast focuses on how individuals and organisations could be productive while working remotely during COVID-19.
Dr Angana Bhattacharya is a Consultant Pediatrician with special interest in Development Pediatrics. She is also the Lead Doctor in Safeguarding Children and has over 25 years of experience of dealing with child health , both emergency and chronic , and parental communication in India and UK. Additionally, she supports Parental workshops in Communication, Autism and Behaviour. She is also an Author of Publications in peer reviewed journals and International Presentations along with being a teacher and Ex Examiner.
She will be talking about ‘Dealing with Anxiety, Panic, Stress and mental illness in times of COVID-19’. This will be with a particular focus on Child and Parental mental health. You can also post questions that you would like answers to in the comments section.