May 20

Immune Health

Non-Ionising Radiation, Sense and Sensitivity – Impact of 5G

Thu 21st May 2020, 03:00pm

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‘Non-Ionising Radiation, Sense and Sensitivity – Impact of 5G’

21st MAY | 4PM | 1 CPD

Dr. Erica Mallery-Blythe

We are currently witnessing the largest change to the Earth’s electromagnetic environment that has ever taken place in human history. This change has taken place in the very short period of a handful of decades and continues to escalate at an exponential rate.

Research on the biological effects of non-ionising radiation has also been growing over the last few decades

It is now clear that increased electromagnetic exposures from use of devices such as mobile phones and Wi-fi and resulting biological interaction is causing increased illness, both acute and chronic. An acute form of illness from these exposures is electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) and chronic associated diseases include cancer, neurodegenerative disorders and infertility.

The International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) guidelines that we currently use in England, are not protective of health

Join Dr. Erica Mallery-Blythe on Thursday 21st May for a deep dive into the implications of Non-Ionising Radiation and 5G on health. Understand some of the evidence regarding these health concerns, how to recognise and manage EHS and how to move forward in healthier ways. 1 CPD awarded by the NNA.


Dr. Erica Mallery-Blythe

Medical Doctor & Researcher

Dr. Erica Mallery-Blythe is a UK trained medical doctor with a decade of experience within hospital medicine of various disciplines within multiple countries. Emergency Trauma Medicine is her area of expertise in hospital, and in training for this specialty she has a broad base of medical experience including surgery, anaesthesiology, obstetrics, paediatrics and intensive care (both neonatal and adult). In 2008, she began researching biological effects of non-ionising radiation . This research included copious literature appraisal, conducting her own research via medical histories, medical examinations and provocation testing of those with Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS). She has provided expert witness statements regarding EHS, and been invited to discuss the public health concerns of radiation exposure at the highest political level both here in the UK, and in Europe. She has provided support for schools and parents who require advice to better protect the health of children and information and advice for doctors and their patients. She formally transitioned from clinical medicine to full time research in 2015, and continues advise where appropriate and necessary. Given that the task of providing such support for ever growing numbers is escalating, she founded PHIRE (Physicians’ Health Initiative for Radiation and Environment) to facilitate education on a larger scale. The group already has international affiliations with medical doctors’ groups abroad and we are currently constructing best practice guidelines for Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) health for multiple settings.