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Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (Women’s Health)
November 24, 2016 @ 8:00 am - November 27, 2016 @ 5:00 pm
This is ACNEM’s flagship foundation NEM course. Each location that the flagship course is held has a different focus, Melbourne is focussing on Women’s Health.
Primary Course in Nutritional and Environmental Medicine
24-27 November, 4 days face to face + required activities
The Primary Course, ACNEM’s ‘flagship’ foundation training course in NEM contains 30 hours of content (lectures and discussion sessions) delivered over two days face-to-face and the equivalent of another two days of online lectures plus online discussion forums and other learning tools. The Primary Course is designed for GPs, registrars, specialists and other graduate healthcare professionals.
The course provides practical, evidence-based post graduate medical training in NEM, covering the key nutritional, environmental and biochemical factors affecting health and well-being. The course will provide you with new and improved treatment approaches to many conditions seen in primary care, with guidelines and practical tools for immediate integration in clinical practice.
24-25 November, 2 days face-to-face + required activities
A broad-ranging program covering puberty, PMS, fertility and conception, pregnancy, breast-feeding, post-natal depression, peri to post-menopause, HRT, osteoporosis and other health problems of aging. You will be provided with evidence-based NEM solutions that you can immediately apply to your clinical practice.
A-Z of NEM
26-27 November, 2 days face-to-face
This workshop will deepen your understanding of NEM, hone your case-taking skills, help you to identify relevant signs and symptoms of nutrient deficiencies, build on your treatment options and your confidence for improved patient outcomes.