The Friends for Wellbeing public engagement series will launch this weekend.
The first lecture will be a talk from CEO to the Portland Centre for Integrative Medicine and Holistic Doctor, Elizabeth Thompson, who will speak to the Friends about the benefits of Holistic Medicine and how it can provide sustainable complementary healthcare in 2017 and beyond.
This is the first of a new public engagement lecture series called Friends for Wellbeing, due to take place on the first Saturday of the month, where you can meet other members of the PCIM team.
Come along to Clifton Central Library on Princess Victoria Street from 2pm to 3:30pm to hear about Holistic Medicine, and our work with local communities in Bristol. This event is free but PCIM is grateful for any donations to cover room hire and refreshments.
The Portland Centre for Integrative Medicine (PCIM) is a centre of excellence for sustainable healthcare based in Clifton, Bristol. We support the transformation of the health service in the UK, combining the best of conventional and complementary healthcare to deliver a holistic approach to Mindfulness and Wellbeing.
We are an employee-owned social enterprise, led by healthcare professionals, delivering the NHS contract for Homeopathy in Bristol alongside private and community based services. We also provide Integrative Medicine education, training, research and evaluation programmes for clinicians and practitioners.