Having the scientific knowledge to translate DNA test results into practical nutritional and lifestyle solutions is essential for the responsible integration of DNA testing into healthcare practice. We hold training courses throughout the year that provide an in-depth overview of nutrigenetic and pharmacogenetic testing, and how you can use these tests in your healthcare practice. These programs will introduce you to the concepts of Nutrigenetics, Nutrigenomics, Pharmacogenomics, and the application of these sciences. We will highlight how genetic factors may predispose to disease, and how these genetic factors can be overcome with the appropriate interventions. This provides the foundation for using DNALYSIS genetic testing in your practice. With our training, tests and proven professional experience, practitioners can personalise their healthcare interventions according to their patients DNA results.
The purpose of this all-round learning experience is to help you to build the knowledge, skills and confidence you need to implement genetic and functional testing into your clinical practice. This all-around learning experience will build knowledge, confidence, inspiration, and community. The main purpose is to clearly describe the value of testing, promote broader usage of the tests and it clinical application including test and supplements pairing. Contact your local support person.
We offer free educational webinars for practitioners hosted by our Clinical Director, Anne Catherine Færgemann, covering a broad range of subjects by inspirational guest speakers. Previous speakers include Dr. Jeffrey Bland, Dr. Richard Lord, Dr. William Shaw and Dr. Carrie Jones.Find out more
Graeme Jones, our Lead Practitioner at Nordic Clinic Stockholm, is currently presenting a series of webinars focusing on a selection of our extensive range of functional tests, including GI Map, DUTCH, CSAP and Organic Acids. Graeme shares his knowledge of how to utilize the tests in clinical practice, along with review of relevant case studies.Find out more