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Dec 20

Clinical Training

An Interview with A Drug Nutrient Interaction Expert

Tue 1st December 2020, 05:30pm
Online

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An Interview with Drug Nutrient Interaction Expert

With Debbie Grayson

Tuesday 1st December at 5:30PM UK ( GMT) Time

Debbie Grayson, Pharmacist, Nutritional Therapist and Tutor shares her story and journey with us about how she transitioned from a pharmacist to supporting therapists and health professional to practise with confidence. Learn about her unique role combining pharmacy and nutritional therapy.  Debbie’s mission is to empower practitioners to study and practice with confidence, helping them to be more productive. Discover her journey in this unique Interview.

Join us for this exciting interview with Pharmacist and Nutritional Therapist Debbie Grayson on understanding her expertise in drug nutrient interaction.

Speaker

Debbie Grayson

Drug Nutrient Expert and Pharmacist

Debbie brings over 25 years experience of working as a highly respected pharmacist to her nutrition practice and is widely regarded as the expert in the field of interactions between the patient, prescribed medication and nutritional supplements and herbs. Debbie is passionate about bridging the gap between the allopathic and holistic approach to achieving health and wellbeing in her own successful practice, through teaching and mentoring other practitioners and has been published in IHCAN magazine. She is known by many to be the pharmacist that knows everything and for her empathetic and nurturing approach to both her patients and the practitioners she mentors. Debbie uses her expansive knowledge of pharmacology and nutrition to teach and support practitioners. With her support, practitioners gain confidence in working with these patients to help them achieve improved health whilst reducing the time they spend researching the medication and the impact nutrition might have on it. Attendees of Debbie’s flagship course say it has been the best investment they have made in their practice as they no longer spend hours or even days researching before producing nutritional protocols for their clients freeing them up to take on more clients and improve the profitability of their business.