CRBAI Research Guidelines
As part of our series on Integrity in Science we are pleased to share the research guidelines adopted 12/9/2014 by the Professionals Advisory Section of Surviving Mold. This group consists of members of our providers’ panel together with those involved in assessment and remediation. As we continue this series, we will be referring to these guidelines to see how other papers stack up. We invite commentary on these guidelines.
Featured Resources for Community
2023 CIRSx ANNUAL CONFERENCE Friday - Sunday | July 14 - 16, 2023 Boulder, CO
Providing science-based training, education, and awareness to environmental and medical professionals treating Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS) patients.
CIRS Spring Cleaning Checklist
Living with CIRS means cleaning and maintenance efforts must be ongoing and up to CIRS-safe standards. Spring is a perfect time to do a thorough examination and cleaning of the entire home and create a schedule for the year ahead.
Dr. Shoemaker discusses CIRS on THE BETTER LIFE BY DR PINKSTON RADIO SHOW
Dr Pinkston jumps into the holistic and contemporary health, wellness, anti- aging scene with a dose of motivational and inspirational guidance to bring her listeners to experience The Better Life.
I Dream of GENIE V5 and House Calls V1
Joint Surviving Mold | CIRSx Web Conference Broadcasting Live from Salisbury, Maryland October 14, 2022 9:30AM- 5:30 PM EDT
Healing connections: Doctors who embrace their practice with the soul of a poet.
The following article pulls a few excerpts from a piece by one of Dr. Shoemaker’s patients, Shaler McClure Wright. The piece appeared as an episode in a series titled, “Soul Chronicles for the Chronically Ill” on healthstorycollaborative.org