Tuesday 22nd November: Fighting Fit Families & Food As Medicine In Warrington

What & When?

Fighting Fit Families, Tuesday 22nd November @ 5.30-6.00pm, The Park Royal Hotel, Stretton Road, Warrington, WA4 4NS

Would you like to help yourself or the whole family become fitter and healthier?

Join Dr Joanne McCormack and Coach Paul Connor for their new behaviour change programme where the whole family are encouraged to attend, but parents are welcome without the kids if you like!

Places are limited, so please book your place as soon as possible by emailing Dr McCormack via joannemccormack@nhs.net or send a direct message on Twitter @Joanne Reynold14 and specify that you'd like to attend Fighting Fit Families.

Food As Medicine: 6th In The Series , Tuesday 22nd November @ 6.45-9.00pm, The Park Royal Hotel, Stretton Road, Warrington, WA4 4NS

6.45 - Food

7.15 - Dr Joanne McCormack
GP winner of RCGP Mersey faculty award 2016 talks about ‘Ideas to protect our children from nutritional harm’.

7.30 - Dr Trudi Deakin
Dietician and founder of the X-pert diabetes programme presents ‘Beyond fat phobia- healthy fats’.

7.45 - Dr Scott Murray
Consultant Cardiologist at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital and Broadgreen talks about ‘Diabesity and the heart of the future’.

8.00 - Dr Angharad Powell
A General Practitioner who will present ‘Low-carb, healthy fat eating to cure obesity & how to nourish your family the low-carb way'.

8.15 - Dr David Unwin & Dr Joanne McCormack
RCGP GP Innovator of the Year 2016 and GP winner of RCGP Mersey faculty award 2016 present 'Practical techniques for behavioural change in your 10-minute consultation'.

8.30 Dr Ian Lake
A General Practitioner who will present ‘Why and how I manage my type 1 diabetes with low carb/LCHF’

8.45 - Discussion

9.00 - END

Places are limited, so please book your place as soon as possible by emailing Dr McCormack via joannemccormack@nhs.net or send a direct message on Twitter @Joanne Reynold14 and specify that you'd like to attend Food As Medicine.

All speakers do these talks for free and we ask that you consider supporting the Public Health Collaboration with a small donation on attendance or via our donation page @ www.PHCuk.org/donate