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Primary Care for Women: Essential Topics & Updates for Integrative Primary Care Practitioners

As a Diamond Partner with the Institute of Women's Health & Integrative Medicine (IWHIM), NFH is pleased to sponsor:

Primary Care for Women: Essential Topics & Updates for Integrative Primary Care Practitioners

July 28-30, 2017
University Place Hotel & Conference Centre 310 SW Lincoln St.
Portland, OR

This seminar continues to offer practitioners advanced clinical research and expert, up-to-date, timely information on integrative primary care for women.

Seminar Highlights:
  • Women's Health Research Update- Botanical/Nutraceutical/Lifestyle/Controversies 
  • Post Breast Cancer Thrivership - Strategies for the Primary Care Practitioner 
  • Beyond Botox : Cosmetic Concerns in the Primary Care Setting 
  • Osteoporosis: Pathophysiology, Evaluation, Fracture Risk Assessment, Conventional Management
  • Osteoporosis: Prevention, Fracture Risk Reduction, Natural Therapeutics, Treatment Decision Making 
  • Hemp-Derived CBD in Primary Care: The Missing Ingredient in Your Tool Kit 
  • Sleep: Essential for Holistic Healthcare 
  • Sleeping Through Menopause 
  • Low Dose Naltrexone- Fibromyalgia, Autoimmune and Chronic Pain 
  • Migraines in Women-Evaluation, Conventional Management 
  • Management Migraines in Women- Natural Treatments for Successful 

Featured Speakers: Tori Hudson, ND; Jen Green, ND, FABNO; Aimee Gould Shunney, ND; Robyn Kutka, ND; Catherine Darley, ND; Natalie Gustafson, Pharm D; Trish Burford, MD; and Dale Carter, MD

Continuing Education Total: 16 hours - General 10.5 - Pharmacy 5.5

NFH is especially pleased to sponsor our Medical Consultancy Group member,
Dr. Tori Hudson, ND

Presenting: Women's Health Research Update - Botanical/Nutraceutical/Lifestyle/controversies

A steady stream of research on diet, individual nutrients and botanicals provides vital and relevant information for clinicians in everyday practice who are treating women for the plethora of primary care and/or gynecological issues they face. Staying up to date on this research can be challenging and even daunting. This lecture will highlight research from 2016 and 2017, and studies that can make a difference in the results and outcomes for your patients

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