Microbiome Series

What Is the Microbiome and Why You Should Care

Microbiome Series

What Is the Microbiome and Why You Should Care

Microbiome Series

What Is the Microbiome and Why You Should Care

Microbiome Series

What Is the Microbiome and Why You Should Care

Microbiome Series

What Is the Microbiome and Why You Should Care
What Is the Microbiome and Why You Should Care

Microbiome Series

What Is the Microbiome and Why You Should Care

  • 0.75 credits

  • 50 a la carte

  • AMA, CBRN

Supported by Microbiome Labs, Burt's Bees, and Nutranext.

What Is the Microbiome and Why You Should Care

Microbiome Series

What Is the Microbiome and Why You Should Care

  • 0.75 credits

  • 50 a la carte

  • AMA, CBRN

Supported by Microbiome Labs, Burt's Bees, and Nutranext.

About this course

General

Skill level: All levels
Estimated time to complete activity: 45 min
Release date: October 15, 2018
Expiration date: October 15, 2020

Languages

English

Accreditations

American Medical Association(AMA), California Board of Registered Nursing(CBRN)

Description

This activity is part of a 13-course series designed to equip licensed practitioners from medical, nursing, and related disciplines with a multidisciplinary approach to managing patients through microbiome education.

1. What is the Microbiome and Why You Should Care

The microbiome is a rich collection of microbes, such as bacteria and fungi and their surrounding environment. These microbes naturally live on and with us and have an important impact on our health and wellness. This activity will review what constitutes the microbiome and describe the gut and the skin microbiome. This activity will also discuss the concept and biochemical basis for the gut-skin axis and briefly discuss the role of fermented foods on both the gut and skin microbiome.

Educational Objectives

After completing this activity, participants will able to:

  • Define the microbiome
  • Describe the gut and the skin microbiome
  • Discuss the biochemical basis for the gut-skin axis
  • Discuss the role of fermented foods on both the gut and skin microbiome

The faculty reported the following financial relationships with commercial interests whose products or services may be mentioned in this activity:

Name of Faculty Reported Financial Relationship
Raja Sivamani, MD

Advisory Board: LearnHealth

Consultant: Dermala, Burt's Bees

Contact Information

This activity is jointly provided by SynAptiv and LearnHealth Inc.

Questions about CE accreditation or CE certificates related to this course, please contact us via email at yourcesource@synaptiv.org. For all other questions, please contact info@learnskin.com.