This summary was developed utilizing the full recorded presentation of this Virtual Forum, which is available on PsychU for all members free of charge. For full sourcing and polling results, please access the recording or the presentation slides at https://psychu.org/exploring-nonpharmacological-anti-inflammatory-strategies-mental-health- connecting-science-clinical-practice-inflammation-part-2/.
On June 15, 2017, an expert in the field of psychiatry presented a Virtual Forum on practical interventions with anti- inflammatory effects to improve mental health, building on an initial Virtual Forum that addressed the scientific foundation for understanding the …
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