Date(s) - 04/25/2020 - 04/26/2020
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Hilton Garden Inn Indianapolis Airport,8910 Hatfield Drive,Indianapolis, IN
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Vaccines, Choice, and Effective Immune Support + Risk Management
by Clinical Nutrition of Indiana & Kentucky
Here at Clinical Nutrition of Indiana & Kentucky, Inc. we strive to be your number one resource for Standard Process & MediHerb.
We are here to help you, the healthcare practitioner, achieve your goals for your health and your patients.
Despite the widespread use of antibiotics and ineffective vaccinations, infectious disease is actually on the rise. While we are not faced with the great pandemics of the past (this may change), the immune competency of the average American is in steep decline. Common infections often last longer, and more antibiotic-resistant pathogens evolve with each passing year. Autoimmune disease is exploding in incidence, now affecting over 50 million (1 in 6) Americans.
Nutritional deficiency, chemical toxicity, and endocrine depletion are strong contributors to impaired immune function. This seminar trains clinicians in the assessment of common causes of immune weakness, and provides effective, practical support strategies using diet, lifestyle and natural medicine.
This clinical training is for natural health professionals who wish to improve their patient care by providing better immune support to their patients – using diet, food- and plant-based supplementation and herbal therapy. You will learn using safe, effective and practical tools for improving the immune health of your patients. Particular emphasis is given to diet, lifestyle and natural medicine for preventing infectious disease, and supporting patients with acute infections.
Drawing on modern research and the 25-year experience of Dr. Gaeta, this seminar will give you effective, time-tested ways to help your patients with a wholistic approach to effective immune support. You can expect an engaging seminar that will provide practical tools that you can use the next day in the office.
The seminar has been approved for 12 hours of CEUs for DCs including 4 hours of Risk Management as well as approved for 12 hours of PDA Points by the NCCAOM.
Date And Time
Sat, Apr 25, 2020, 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM EDT
Sun, Apr 26, 2020, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM EDT
Hilton Garden Inn Indianapolis Airport
8910 Hatfield Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46241
Goals & Objectives for this seminar:
Vaccines and Immune Support:
1. Learn the history and principles of vaccinations
2. Discover facts about vaccine effectiveness, safety and adverse events
3. Understand health concerns and risks of vaccines
4. Learn relevant in-office and lab testing and interpretation
5. Appreciate options and how-to of supporting patients with active infections
6. Appreciate pediatric care & treatment concerns
1. Understand the Yin and Yang of professional/medical ethics
2. Learn about boundaries in healthcare and how to handle them
3. Understand informed consent in healthcare