ACNEM Training - Wellington, 28-29 July 2018







Integrative Cancer Care

28-29 July, 2 days face-to-face + required activities

ACNEM’s revised ‘Cancer Care’ module critically explores the specialty area of integrative oncology. Our specialist presenters will bring their clinical experience and knowledge on the application of nutritional and environmental medicine in collaboration with mainstream medical practice. Current research and efficacy of treatment modalities will be appraised, including nutritional recommendations, dietary manipulation and environmental factors.


Primary Modules in Nutritional and Environmental Medicine 

28-29 July, 2 days face-to-face + equivalent of 2 days online + required activities 

The Primary Modules in NEM, designed for GPs, registrars and other graduate healthcare professional, are ACNEM’s foundational training in post graduate Nutritional and Environmental Medicine. The modules will be delivered over 2 days face-to-face, plus equivalent of 2 days online (4 months online access) to view the lectures and to complete the required learning activities.

These modules provide an introduction and overview of NEM within primary care. Each major biological system is explored covering the key nutritional, environmental and biochemical factors affecting health and disease. Through case studies delegates will gain practical tools to aid integration into daily practice. The Primary Modules enable practitioners to begin practising NEM confidently and safely.

To enhance your education and reinforce what you have learned, completion of each module requires pre-disposing and reflective activities and an online quiz.


Venue Details

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Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea are provided. Transport, accommodation and other meals are not included. Attendees are responsible for their own transport, accommodation and additional meal arrangements. 


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