Program

STUDENT WORKSHOP 2018
10 November 2018. 1:00pm - 4.:30pm

from 12:30pm

REGISTRATION

1:00pm

WELCOME and Housekeeping
Carla Hanlon

1:05pm – 2:30pm

 

SESSION ONE
Panel Discussion with Q & A: AN INTRODUCTION TO CANNABIS
and other lesser known and understood herbs .

Panel members:
Justin Sinclair
Kristin Gilmour
Geoff Beaty

2:30pm – 2:45pm

AFTERNOON TEA – freshly made sweet and savoury bites accompanied by freshly brewed coffee and a selection of teas

2:50pm – 4:00pm

SESSION TWO
Presentation and case study discussion: Functional Pathology. Practical advancements in clinical practice.

Vanita Dahia
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4:00 – 5:00pm

SESSION THREE
How to Compound Nutrients – and Why” with Warren Maginn
An introduction to the benefits of Nutritional compounding, how to do it and when – exploring clinical indications.

Warren Maginn

5:00 pm

WORKSHOP CLOSE followed by networking drinks (cash bar)
Carla Hanlon

Functional Pathology – Practical Advancements in Clinical Practice

Vanita Dahia

The plethora of functional testing is a confusing conundrum in clinical practice.

  • Why is testing recommended?
  • Which test?
  • Which sample?

Vanita will reveal the value of functional pathology testing in identifying the underlying cause of metabolic dysfunction.

Deciphering the labs can be daunting and confusing. Vanita will illustrate practical clinically relevant strategies in three case studies to:

  • identify test selection based on patient presentation
  • how to interpret results
  • how to manage for optimal patient outcomes

This workshop is an interactive practical application of your Naturopathic knowledge with detailed assessment and treatment options.

Cases will incorporate metabolic dysregulations in:

  • adrenal, hormone, thyroid; and
  • gut, food allergy
  • mental health, methylation, nutrient function.