The Future of Medicine
Coming November 2023
Challenging the status quo: 2 days of in-person live & interactive sessions to inspire a new view of medicine.
Proudly brought to you by PREKURE; providing education for the Future of Medicine community.
About The Future of Medicine:
Challenging the status quo
This event is for anyone who wants to be part of a new view of medicine. Immerse yourself in a mix of scientific and practical talks on shifting the narrative in healthcare to a focus on lifestyle and prevention.
This is a rare opportunity to see and interact with some of the world’s leading researchers and practitioners, and to mix and mingle with the future of medicine community.
The Future of Brain Health
A day of intense discovery & learning with the leading experts pioneering the future of brain health. Live presentations, discussions and interactive Q&A sessions covering nutritional psychology, hormetic medicine, new frontiers in trauma therapy, ACT behaviour therapy, the coach approach to mental health and more.
The Future of Metabolic Health
Immerse yourself in interactive sessions and presentations from some of the world’s leading experts researchers and practitioners on the promising future view of metabolic health. Hear from experts on reversing chronic disease, PCOS, metabolic neurology, autoimmune protocols, the coach approach to metabolic health and more.
An outstanding line up of some of the world’s leading researchers and practitioners from the world of preventative, lifestyle medicine.
Prof Julia Rucklidge
Dr Matthew Phillips
A new view of brain health
Prof Grant Schofield
Hormetic medicine: The future of medicine
Dr Caryn Zinn
Science and practice in nutrition
Why attend the Future of Medicine?
Watch this space!
Register your interest for Future of Medicine 2023
Educating The Future of Medicine community
The Future of Medicine is proudly brought to you by PREKURE, Australasia’s leading provider of university level online training in lifestyle medicine for individuals and professionals.
We believe that together we can prevent ill-health before a cure is needed and extend the human healthspan. Learn more at prekure.com.