Dr Dani Gordon spent over a decade using holistic integrative medicine to treat patients with chronic conditions which respond poorly to medications alone. Despite their effectiveness, integrative approaches are often rejected by mainstream medicine due to a lack of Randomized Control Trial evidence (RCTs), the gold standard of evidence but a method designed to study single molecule drugs. This has led to a systemic bias in medicine towards drug treatments and a growing frustration among the public who feel they can’t get non drug support from doctors. The wellness industry has exploded to fill this unmet need but conflicting advice, theories and a lack of data has led to confusion and overwhelm and not knowing what to trust. Real World Evidence (RWE) is an emerging research philosophy that is gaining academic acceptance that overcomes the limitations of RCTs. Resilience Medicine incorporates RWE methodology and starts with the resilience assessment that accurately measures your resilience, mental wellbeing and quality of life and gives you suggestions about what wellbeing activities might be best for you. You can then record new wellness activity as ‘wellbeing experiments’ and by re-measuring your mental wellbeing at periodic intervals, give you an accurate record of how each experiment works for you as a unique individual.