Ep 31 | Leveling Up Your Evidenced Based Practice with Dr. Jordan Robertson, ND

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In this episode I sit down with Dr. Jordan Robertson, a Naturopathic Doctor, clinic owner, author, and owner of The Confident Clinician. With her background in critical appraisal and research, Dr. Jordan has a vision of bridging the gap between research and clinical application for preventative medicine.

We discuss;

- Tips for leveling up your Evidenced Based Practice

- How it's helped to create a sustainable clinic

- How to make the most out of your time reviewing research & taking CEUs

- Learning as a contact sport

And so much more!

Free resource to learn about The Confident Clinician: 4 techniques to harness the power of pubmed for your practice: https://discover.theconfidentclinicianclub.com/4-techniques


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Dr. Jordan Robertson is a Naturopathic Doctor, clinic owner and author. Her background in critical appraisal and research lead her to develop and implement courses on research in integrative medicine and nutrition at McMaster University for 10 years and has gifted her numerous speaking and education opportunities across Canada and the US. She has lectured for various groups including McMaster Medical School, The Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors, the Canadian Fertility Show and The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine and the University of Waterloo Pharmacy school. She has also been a guest on multiple podcasts across North America discussing women’s health. Dr. Robertson has a special interest in women’s health, including expertise on PMS, menopause, fertility, PCOS and endometriosis. Dr. Robertson it the off-site Naturopathic Doctor for the McMaster Hospital Endometriosis Clinic, and owns an integrative medical centre, Clarity Health in Burlington Ontario. She hosts the Women’s Health Unplugged podcast and owns The Confident Clinician, an evidence-based education platform for integrative practitioners.

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