This message is part of our May 2023 Immune Health special issue. Download the full issue here.
On the heels of the World Health Organization ending the Covid-19 Global Health Emergency, postviral health and management has never been more relevant to integrative medicine or the greater healthcare industry.
In this special issue of the Natural Medicine Journal, you will find a range of content by leading integrative healthcare practitioners, including Lise Alschuler, ND, FABNO; Caitlin O’Connor, ND; and Kaycie Rosen Grigel, ND. We also hope you will listen to the podcast roundtable discussion on long Covid with three veteran integrative medicine experts.
While it may seem as though Covid-19 is in our rearview mirror, we at Diversified Communications would like to take a moment to recognize the members of our community who continue to care for patients impacted by this virus, as well as those who make space to innovate and identify protocols to prevent or mitigate the effects of long Covid. It has been a tumultuous few years for the integrative healthcare industry, with remaining challenges on the horizons, and we hope the information you find within these pages supports your ongoing efforts and your practices.
As the publisher of the Natural Medicine Journal, we would also like to take a moment to sincerely thank our dedicated authors, editorial board, and staff who go above and beyond offering their valuable time and top-notch skills to make these publications possible. We would also like to recognize and express appreciation for our sponsors, advertisers, and industry partners for their continued support of NMJ.
Lastly, we at Diversified Communications, which also includes our digital online resource Integrative Practitioner and the annual in-person conference the Integrative Healthcare Symposium, would like to extend an invitation to you, our readers and community members, to provide feedback concerning content, including proposed topics and preferred formats. Our goal is to continue bringing you high-value, relevant, and informative content that you’ve come to rely on. Let us know how our journal can better support you and your practice by emailing [email protected].
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