086: Clinical Resource Roundup: My Top 5 Book Picks!
One thing that I can’t emphasize enough is the importance of continual learning. Once you finish your education, that’s just the beginning! Discovering new concepts and ideas to help your patients is essential if you want to continue growing as a practitioner. 💡
I would even go so far as to say it’s our duty as clinicians to stay up to date on the latest clinical information… but also to continually refine our base of knowledge. 🧠
Lately, I’ve had a rush of practitioners reach out to ask me where I get my clinical information. It’s definitely not a big secret or some kind of hidden genius. I just learned where to find information that hadn’t been censored or run through the “better nutrition through science” mill.
So, are you ready to hear my top 5 favorite clinical resources? 📚
I’ve found these reference books to be the most helpful over my 20+ years of practicing functional medicine. Each individual book has contributed so much to my success as a practitioner, and I wanted to pass on that knowledge to you!
So, let’s take a look at my top 5 clinical resources! 🌟
- (1:30) Just a little love note from me.
- (4:00) Where to start if you’re a new practitioner.
- (5:34) My top 2 picks from one of my favorite leaders in the field.
- (8:27) The book I reference at least twice a week!
- (11:36) The cherry on top for your clinical resources.
Links Mentioned In This Episode
Clinical Mastery Facebook Group
Conversations in Nutrition by Dr. Royal Lee
Principles and Practice of Phytotherapy by Kerry Bone
Herbal Compendium by Kerry Bone
Nutrition and Physical Degeneration by Weston A. Price
Functional Blood Chemistry seminar
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