The third Public Health Collaboration (PHC) annual conference is coming to London in May 2018 for an in-depth discussion that is sure to be filled with a wealth of valuable insight into today’s most challenging health issues.
The PHC is a not-for-profit organisation of scientists, healthcare professionals and laypersons which passionately advocates and follows a philosophy that lifestyle and nutrition are first line medicine and the cornerstone of good health.
Since its launch in 2016, it is dedicated to training health practitioners working with people with type 2 diabetes on how to integrate simple and practical lifestyle advice, such as low carb principles, into care management.
This year, the PHC held its second annual conference at the Metropolitan University Business School of Manchester. The weekend meet saw 250 people attend per day, some of whom came from as far as Australia to see leaders like Dr Jason Fung speak.
Next year, PHC members and attendees will be gathering at the Royal College of General Practitioners in London, on Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th of May, with a turnout expected to be even larger than the previous year.
During the two-day seminar, PHC founding members will be joined on stage by some of the biggest names in the low carb movement, including Professor Tim Noakes, Dr Zoe Harcombe and Dr Aseem Malhotra.
Charlotte Summers, Chief Operating Officer of, will be among the speakers at the event. She will be talking about the success of the Low Carb Program in helping people with type 2 diabetes to reclaim their health.
On May 19 and 20 will be held talks geared toward the general public as well as healthcare staff on a variety of topics around low carb nutrition and lifestyle as well as how to prevent and reverse metabolic disease with functional medicine.
In addition to the talks, 100 lucky people will have the opportunity to dine with the speakers and conference delegates for a very special dinner at the rooftop terrace and state rooms of the Royal College of General Practitioners.
This gives guests a chance to mingle with lifestyle medicine thought-leaders in an informal setting, get to know what makes them tick as well as enjoying the company of likeminded friends – all the while enjoying a stunning real food dinner.
Tickets to attend the full weekend of events including the exclusive Saturday evening networking dinner are available for purchase here.

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