Evolutionary and ancestral thinking promotes the understanding of health and disease. These concepts can be beneficial in many aspects of medicine, from primary care to subspecialties and everything in between. A number of physicians are interested in utilizing ancestral and evolutionary thinking in clinics and on hospital floors and have successfully integrated some of this thinking into their practices. Nonetheless, putting these principles into practice can come with challenges. This panel of physicians will discuss how they use ancestral thinking in clinical care, as well as some of the challenges they face.
Hall: Capitol Ballroom South