Learning Modules

The ACNEM Primary Modules (Foundations of NEM) offers an introduction to nutritional and environmental medicine. They are best suited for practitioners who have not had any formal or recent education in human nutrition or nutritional medicine. 

Our courses are designed as post-graduate training for GPs and other healthcare professionals. It is not a requirement that you complete the Primary Modules first if you feel you have sufficient knowledge to commence on the individual modules. 

Training can be attended in-person or online.  ACNEM offers three face-to-face training events each year in different locations across Australia and New Zealand.  Details can be found on our Events Page

Current Modules available: 

Current Modules available:

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Foundations of NEM (Primary Modules)

The Foundations of NEM course is the entry point for ACNEM’s training.  Previously known as The Primary Modules in NEM 1 & 2, it is equivalent to two modules.

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Cardiometabolic Conditions

Practical, evidence-based solutions to assist in addressing the underlying biochemistry of metabolic syndrome and CVD.

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Children’s Health

Learn about specific nutritional requirements for children from pre-conception & infancy, through to puberty & adolescence.

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Environmental Health

Understand the potential health hazards associated with industrial chemicals, heavy metals and technology.

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Gastrointestinal Conditions

Learn how functional pathology testing can assist investigations into conditions such as IBS, GORD, SIBO, constipation and dysbiosis.

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Mental Health

Clinical applications and practical tips to support brain biochemistry, mood and behaviour.

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Thyroid and Adrenal Conditions

Address the biochemical and physiological processes that cause clinical and subclinical symptoms of HPA axis dysfunction.

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Women's Health

Address the underlying factors implicated in fertility, conception, post-natal depression, puberty, endometriosis, PMS, PCOS & menopause.