Low-Dose Lithium: The Mineral as Medicine Symposium
April 17 - April 18
Psychiatry Redefined is hosting an online symposium dedicated to the use of low-dose lithium as a safe, integrative treatment for psychiatric and neurological disorders. Lithium remains underutilized and misunderstood in the field of medicine, but using this mighty mineral may in fact be one of the most promising treatments available.
The 2021 Symposium features several international experts, such as Professor Anjum Memon (lead author of the groundbreaking study on lithium and suicide), Julie Andersen, PhD, De-Maw Chuang, PhD, and Dr. James Greenblatt, Orthomolecular Medicine Hall of Fame Inductee.
Learn from global experts how to effectively integrate lithium into treatment for dementia, suicide prevention, traumatic brain injury (TBI), and more.
$259 USD if registered by March 15, 2021
$299 USD if registered after March 15, 2021
- PDFs of presentation slides (pre-symposium)
- Private event dashboard providing downloadable slides, bonus material, and sponsor promotions
- Presentation recordings (post-symposium)*
Live and pre-recorded presentations via Zoom. Attendee Q&A with most speakers post-presentation. *Recordings available to registrants soon after symposium. Recordings not available until 90 days post-symposium for non-registrants; purchase fee will apply.
For questions about the symposium, contact Heather Getz at firstname.lastname@example.org.