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Designs for Health Webinar: Current Controversies in Natural Therapeutics of Immune Support
Metagenics Covid-19 Webinar: What Every Healthcare Practitioner Needs to Know  
Covid-19 Infection Control Training (Aust Government Dept of Health)

June
InterClinical 2-Part Webinar, Interpreting Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis in Clinic
ACNEM Online Conference, Environmental  & Viral Disruptors
BioCeuticals Webinar, Transform your Business in a Changing World
Bio-Practica Webinar, A Systems Biology Approach to Autism Spectrum Disorders
RN Labs FREE Webinar, Ask the Expert with Dr Carrie Jones
BioMedica FREE Webinar, A Holistic Approach to Sleep, Stress & Resilience.
Metagenics FREE Webinar, Integrative Oncology
BioCeuticals 8th Research Symposium, Virtual format

October
Integria 2020 Symposium Health of the Heroine QLD


BioCeuticals logo Transform Yr Bus

Navigating our way through the difficult times of the coronavirus (Covid-19) health crisis has certainly been a challenge – for businesses across the board including healthcare practitioners. The sudden need to conduct business and clinical consultations remotely can be daunting and overwhelming and, for many, it all seems just too difficult.

As a way of addressing these concerns and offering some much needed support, BioCeuticals is excited to introduce Transform your business in a changing world, take your business online and digitaise your practice! Join us online to learn how healthcare practitioners can successfully adapt their businesses online. The course is presented by Tammy Guest, a regular featured guest of FX Medicine podcasts and founder of Natupreneur, a popular business mentorship program for naturopaths (www.tammyguest.com).

Speaker Ms Tammy Guest.  Tammy, the founder of the ‘natupreneur movement’, is a business and mindset mentor for natural health practitioners wanting to do things differently. She helps nats, nuts, herbies and praccies activate change in themselves, their clients and their practices, to achieve incredible things professionally whilst enjoying the ride personally. Apart from mentoring in the natupreneur journey, bringing together the gamechanging NatEx conference and consistently creating trainings online, she is also a degree qualified naturopath, speaker, retreat facilitator, author, mother and helicopter pilot.

Sign up to to learn best practice for online consultations, how to transition yourself and clients to the online world, overcoming obstacles to online, and other ways to make income from online as a practitioner.

Click here to register


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This special two-part training webinar is for established practitioners wanting to refresh their skills as well as those just starting out in nutritional and environmental medicine.

Your Presenter:  
Line Bernhard Bsc (Nat), BSc (Acu), BHSc (Radiography).  Originally from Norway, Line has over two decades of experience in the health care profession as a qualified acupuncturist, naturopath and Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis technical consultant. Line brings a passion for natural health and has an enthusiasm for teaching.

About this Webinar:  Minerals are involved in almost all biochemical processes. Our mineral status is affected by dietary habits, medications, illness, genetics, environmental pollution, soil mineral depletion and physical and psychological stress. An excess or deficiency of one mineral over another can have a detrimental effect on our health. Hair tissue reflects body tissue storage of minerals and toxic element exposure. In this webinar we will explore how to interpret hair tissue mineral (HTMA) patterns in practice. We will focus on nutrient minerals, heavy metals, toxic elements and the importance of mineral ratios. Case studies and examples include: Allergies | Anaemia | Anxiety | Autism | Bradycardia | Depression | Diabetes | Fatigue | Insomnia | Malabsorption | Menopause | Osteoporosis | Pyrroles | Toxicity | Fluid retention HTMA can reveal the profound impact of minerals on metabolic rate, hormonal balance, thyroid, adrenal, immune, cardiovascular nd gut function of your patients.

This webinar will answer common questions such as:

  • How do I know whether a mineral is high or being excreted?
  • Why is it that serum and hair mineral levels can differ?
  • What can HTMA reveal about endocrine function?
  • Can metabolic types change?
  • Is there such a thing as hidden toxicity?

Learn:

  • How mineral imbalances can cause or exacerbate health conditions
  • Why mineral ratios are so important
  • What it means when minerals are elevated
  • When to recommend a Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis
  • Where to go for more information

Date & Cost:
2nd and 23rd June, 7.30 - 9.00pm (AEST).  Cost $85, FREE for InterClinical Practitioners.  CPE Accredited

Click Here to register


ACNEM CONFERENCE LOGO

ACNEM 2020 Global Online Conference

Are you prepared for what you will see in your clinic over the next ten years?  Designs for Health are proud to be supporting partners of the ACNEM 2020 Online Conference, commencing Monday, 4 May 2020.

Under the theme of Environmental & Viral Disruptors, this world-class virtual event brings you 8-weeks worth of interactive online learning modules, with presentations from over 50 world-leading experts, discussing the vital role of nutritional and environmental medicine on immune function.

Each module will cover:

  • Case studies, treatments and latest evidence-based research and up-to-date clinical insights on all facets of preventative healthcare
  • Online chat and networking opportunities with integrative medicine cohorts across the world
  • Livestreamed panel discussions each week, with interactive delegate Q&A opportunities
  • A dynamic education experience, facilitating new learning innovations and accessible formats to suit your needs, including video-on-demand
  • Approved for CPD points (30 points with RACGP). Certificate provided to all attendees
  • Recognising these challenging times, ACNEM is offering an All-Access Pass to this 8-week program for only $295!

PLUS EARLY BIRD BONUS - register before 29th April 2020 and receive two of ACNEM's popular webinar recordings (valued at $150) as a special gift to you.  Don't miss this amazing opportunity to upgrade your skills for the future of healthcare!  Click here to register now


RN Labs Dr Carrie Jones

The first webinar (in May) will cover the Cortisol Awakening Response (CAR) and how it can help you better understand your patient’s response to stress and their HPA-Axis dysfunction.

The effects of stress can include:

  • Fear and worry
  • Changes in sleep or eating patterns
  • Difficulty sleeping or concentrating
  • Worsening of chronic health problems
  • Increased use of alcohol, tobacco, or other drugs

This 1-hour Complimentary Webinar will Cover:

  • Understanding the cortisol awakening response and how it gives more insight to HPA-axis dysfunction compared to most traditional or functional testing
  • Review the HPA-axis process which elicits the CAR response
  • How a dysfunctional CAR relates to symptoms including anxiety, fatigue, inflammation, and autoimmunity
  • Treatment options for under or over-performing CAR responses
  • Discuss case examples with treatment
  • Review how other neurotransmitters play into anxiety and resiliency

Recordings available from 3rd June.  You can register in advance to have instant access as soon as as they become available.

Date and Time: Thursday 21st May, 10:00am QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC, TAS | 9:30am SA, NT | 8:00am WA.  CLICK HERE to Register


 

BioMedica Lunch learn

Presenter: Marleen Plate (BPharm, BHSc Naturopathy)

Inadequate sleep is now considered to be a public health crisis. New and increased stressors from our modern way of living have affected adults and children alike, with health consequences on all body systems. It is now known that the relationship between stress and sleep is bi-directional - that is, stress can disrupt sleep, and sleep loss can increase subsequent stress. Emerging evidence suggests that the effects of inadequate sleep can potentiate the physiological effects of stress and enhance the reactivity of the HPA axis.  In this session, practitioners will gain practical insights into the clinical imperative to assess the individual, and the factors pertinent to their specific health concerns.

Key learning outcomes:

  • An in-depth understanding of the bi-directional relationships between sleep, circadian rhythms and the HPA axis
  • An appreciation of the need for multiple clinical targets in sleep and stress-related disorders
  • Key prescribing considerations, and mechanisms of action of key nutritional and botanical interventions
  • An understanding of treatment considerations which more comprehensively targets the underlying drivers of health concerns

Date: Thursday, 11 June 12.00pm (AEST) Duration: 30 minutes.  Click Here to Register and secure your place to this complimentary Lunch & Learn Webinar. Please note you must have a BioMedica account to register and watch this event.


 Bio Practica A Systems Biology Approach

A SYSTEMS BIOLOGY APPROACH TO AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS
Presented by: Vanessa Hitch
In this webinar you will learn:
• The neuro-immunological link to the gut and how supporting the microbiome can make a difference in ASDs
• How to effectively address mitochondrial dysfunction and oxidative stress using multisystems medicine for ASD patients 

Click here to register


RN Labs Dr Carrie Jones

This second 45-minute Complimentary Webinar in June will Cover:
Carrie will respond to questions which will can be submitted as part of this registration and any time online before 19th May.

What people are saying about Dr Carrie Jones:

  • I have learned so much from her which has helped us utilise DUTCH testing more in our clinic
  • Dr. Jones is a fantastic educator and a great presenter
  • Such great learning at her seminars on the application of the DUTCH hormone test. Always a high level of information that is clinically relevant

Recordings available from 3rd June.  You can register in advance to have instant access as soon as as they become available.

Date and Time:  Tuesday 2nd June 10:00am QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC, TAS | 9:30am SA, NT | 8:00am WA.  CLICK HERE to Register


Metagenics Integrative Oncology

Cancer. The six lettered word that carries the weight of the earth. It's a leading cause of death in Australia and New Zealand, touching everyone in some way. For patients, the journey from the presentation of the first puzzling symptoms, through investigation, diagnosis and treatment is daunting and terrifying. Practitioners have the opportunity to be partners in this journey, approaching the challenge with curiosity and humility. Within this environment, Practitioners need to work safely alongside powerful cancer treatments and unexpected surgeries.

An understanding of the characteristics driving unchecked growth and the mechanisms used to address it, gives Practitioners the confidence to support patients through treatment. This seminar aims to redefine the boundaries of therapy for integrative oncology, and update Practitioners on natural medicines for confident and safe prescribing for every cancer patient.

In light of current social distancing regulations, we are excited to continue providing world-class education to Practitioners, by offering a two-part online seminar in place of a face-to-face event.

Presenter: Joanne McNeill  Part 1:  Wednesday 10th June at 11 am AEST Time, 1 pm NZ Time.  Duration: 75 mins + Q&A Time

Presenter: Erica Smith Part 2:  Wednesday 17th June at 11 am AEST Time, 1 pm NZ Time.  Duration: 75 mins + Q&A Time

Click Here to register


BioCeuticals Symposium logo

Great news! The 8th BioCeuticals Research Symposium will take place on a digital platform throughout four weekends in June 2020. From Saturday 6 June until Sunday 28 June, delegates will be able to login and learn from our international lineup of speakers including Dr Datis Kharrazian, Dr Carrie Jones, Lara Briden, Amanda Archibald, and Dr William J Walsh. Each day will provide four hours of online learning, including one prerecorded plenary, one case study, one special guest presentation and a live Q&A session. 

Under the theme of Influences on Hormone Health: Diet, Genes and Environment, the Symposium will be hosting world-leading researchers in this important area in order to unravel the nexus of influences and causes of endocrine disorders. Throughout the month of June, we will aim to workshop and provide effective treatment strategies for even the most complex cases.
Hormone imbalances are becoming increasingly common in the modern world. While even the slightest disruption can affect endocrine health, the compounded effects of sustained emotional stress, exposure to xenobiotics, poor diet, disrupted sleep and genetic factors can often result in a complex and intractable state.

Registrations for the 8th BioCeuticals Research Virtual Symposium are now open!  Click here to register


Integria Symposium

Presented by Practitioners, for Practitioners

Join us for this special event where we bring together internationally and locally acclaimed experts in the fields of Neuroscience, Ayurveda, Naturopathic and Herbal Medicine to share advances in research and clinical insights in women’s health.

Date: Saturday 17 & Sunday 18 October. 
Cost in Aust. dollars and including GST 
Live Event:
 Practitioners: Earlybird, book and pay before 31 July, $495.00 or $595. Students: Earlybird, book and pay before 31 July $396 or $476
Live Stream: Practitioners:  Earlybird, book and pay before 31 July, $299.00 or $349. Students: Earlybird, book and pay before 31 July $239 or $279
Venue:  Sofitel Brisbane Central 249 Turbot Street, Brisbane QLD

Click Here to register for Symposium

For accomodation discounts for attendees (subject to availability) contact Sofitel Brisbane Central Reservations and quote the booking code  IHC161020. T. 07 3835 3534. E. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

Cancer. The six lettered word that carries the weight of the earth. It's a leading cause of death in Australia and New Zealand, touching everyone in some way. For patients, the journey from the presentation of the first puzzling symptoms, through investigation, diagnosis and treatment is daunting and terrifying. Practitioners have the opportunity to be partners in this journey, approaching the challenge with curiosity and humility. Within this environment, Practitioners need to work safely alongside powerful cancer treatments and unexpected surgeries.
An understanding of the characteristics driving unchecked growth and the mechanisms used to address it, gives Practitioners the confidence to support patients through treatment. This seminar aims to redefine the boundaries of therapy for integrative oncology, and update Practitioners on natural medicines for confident and safe prescribing for every cancer patient.
In light of current social distancing regulations, we are excited to continue providing world-class education to Practitioners, by offering a two-part online seminar in place of a face-to-face event.

Complimentary Lunch & Learn: A holistic approach to sleep, stress and resilience: exploring bidirectional relationships

 

Presenter: Marleen Plate (BPharm, BHSc Naturopathy)
Date: Thursday, 11 June 12.00pm (AEST)
Duration: 30 minutes

Inadequate sleep is now considered to be a public health crisis. New and increased stressors from our modern way of living have affected adults and children alike, with health consequences on all body systems. It is now known that the relationship between stress and sleep is bi-directional - that is, stress can disrupt sleep, and sleep loss can increase subsequent stress. Emerging evidence suggests that the effects of inadequate sleep can potentiate the physiological effects of stress and enhance the reactivity of the HPA axis.

In this session, practitioners will gain practical insights into the clinical imperative to assess the individual, and the factors pertinent to their specific health concerns.

Key learning outcomes:

  • An in-depth understanding of the bi-directional relationships between sleep, circadian rhythms and the HPA axis
  • An appreciation of the need for multiple clinical targets in sleep and stress-related disorders
  • Key prescribing considerations, and mechanisms of action of key nutritional and botanical interventions
  • An understanding of treatment considerations which more comprehensively targets the underlying drivers of health concerns

 

REGISTERING IS SIMPLE:

To secure your place to this complimentary Lunch & Learn simply visit biomedica.com.au/lunch to register.

Please note you must have a BioMedica account to register and watch this event.

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