Most Australasians have access to safe food products, clean water, sanitisation and effective removal of wastes. However, factors such as climate change, extreme weather events and urbanisation place pressure on the environment and affect the health of our population.
Join leading integrative environmental medicine and nutritional experts for this 2-day online training being released on 27th November to discuss:
- how to confidently interpret pathology testing, toxic load assessment and other investigations
- clear protocol and prescribing explanations
- clinical insights for improved clinical outcomes
- downloadable PDF of presenter’s slides, clinical handouts and support materials
- evidence-based research summary including links to referenced research papers
- live Q&A panels (on Saturday 4th December 2021)
Discover new and exciting ways to expand your practice into the specialised area of environmental health, and see how it transforms your practice.
Special savings offered to clinics and groups – see below. Contact us to confirm your group booking.
27th, November 2021 @ 9:00 am - 28th, November 2021 @ 5:00 pm
Dr Mark Donohoe (Saturday) and Prof Stephen Myers (Sunday)
Dr Joe Pizzorno, Dr Tim Ewer, Dr Sandeep Gupta, Nicole Bijslma, Dr Christabelle Yeoh, Dr Mark Donohoe and Prof Stephen Myers
Dr Joe Pizzorno
ND, Chairman, IFM Board of Directors
Dr Joseph E. Pizzorno, Jr., ND, one of the world’s leading authorities on science-based natural medicine, was appointed to the White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy by President Clinton in December 2000 and to the Medicare Coverage Advisory Committee by President Bush’s administration in November 2002. A ...View More
Dr Tim Ewer
MB ChB, MMedSc, MRCP, FRACP, FRNZCGP, FACNEM, Dip Occ Med, DCH, DRCOG.
Dr Tim Ewer has been working in integrative medicine for over 25 years and he is vocationally registered as both a specialist physician and a general practitioner. He has a GP practice with 22 staff and a specialised integrative health centre in Mapua, Nelson. Prior to this he was a ...View More
Dr Sandeep Gupta
MBBS, FRACGP, FACNEM, MA
Dr Gupta is a registered general practitioner, nutritional and environmental medicine specialist and researcher. He graduated from Medical school at the University of Queensland in 1999 and has worked as a cardiology, medical and anaesthetic registrar. Dr Gupta has received specialised training in integrative medicine and was awarded an ACNEM Fellowship in ...View More
ND, BHScAc(HONS), Grad Dip OHS, Dip.Building Biology
Nicole Bijlsma is a woman of passion and her passion lies in environmental medicine. As a result of her own infertility issues and noticing a strong connection between many of her patient’s illnesses and hazards in the home, Nicole established the Australian College of Environmental Studies in 1999. The College ...View More
Dr Christabelle Yeoh
MBBS, MRCP (UK), MSC (NUTRITION), FACNEM
Join Dr Christabelle Yeoh in clinical discussion on why biohacking is a major health trend globally and taken very seriously by many consumers and patients, particularly those interested in proactive health and chronic disease prevention. Discover why you need to know a lot more about how to practice biohacking in the field of nutritional and preventive medicine.View More
Dr Mark Donohoe
MS BS (Syd) FACNEM FASLM
Dr Mark Donohoe, ACNEM President, graduated from Sydney University in 1980, opening his medical practice on the Central Coast New South Wales in 1983. The patients of his new practice led him into the fields of Environmental Medicine and Nutritional Medicine. He was awarded fellowships from the Australian Society of ...View More
Prof Stephen Myers
ND, BMed, PhD
Professor Myers is the Director of the NatMed-Research Unit based at Southern Cross University. He is one of Australia’s leaders in natural, complementary, and integrative medicine, spearheading its development as a University academic discipline over the past 25 years. Stephen was the Head of the School of Natural and Complementary ...View More