ACNEM offers informative webinars on a range of topics. During these webinars, a specialist will present their topic for 45 minutes, followed by 15 minutes of Q&A. To view the webinar and slides, please login and purchase via the Training Registration page.

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Medicinal Cannabis: Chronic Pain Management and Navigating the Prescription Maze

Webinar | 22 August 2019 with Nicole Bijlsma

Justin Sinclair presents the scientific basis and evidence for the use of medicinal cannabis in chronic pain, discusses the biochemistry and biological pathways of cannabinoids, and provides guidance for GPs on the prescription process and access regulations for GPs to prescribe medicinal cannabis. 

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Integrative Transgender Care

Transgender medicine is an emerging field of medical practice and the first step in transition for most people is to visit their GP.  As a healthcare professional, you can’t afford to miss this opportunity to hear from our experienced presenter about the changing nutrient requirements during medical transition, and how you can reduce common side effects and manage long-term transgender health risks.

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Diversifying the Gastrointestinal Microbiome

We are living in an age where nearly all our patients will be experiencing some degree of dysbiosis. In this webinar, Dr Jason Hawrelak will discuss the importance of a healthy, well-balanced gastrointestinal microbiome, outline the main reasons behind the current epidemic of dysbiosis, and highlight treatment strategies that can be used to improve the state of this ecosystem and diversify a dwindling microbiome.

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Dysfunctional Breathing in Clinical Practice

Dysfunctional breathing habits and patterns are common, seen in up to 1 in 10 people. For people with chronic health conditions such as asthma, COPD, heart disease, anxiety or panic disorder, breathing disorders are more common and can interfere with treatment outcomes. In this webinar, Dr Rosalba Courtney will explain dysfunctional breathing and how it may be impacting on your patient’s health and driving poor treatment outcomes.

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Common GI diseases: a brief overview of irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel disease

In this webinar you will hear from Dr Asthana, a specialist in the field of gastroenterology, particularly Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD).  Dr Asthana will present an overview of the pathophysiology of IBS and IBD and will discuss the diagnostic tests that are currently available to clinicians, as well as management principles for these two conditions from an integrative point of view.

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Integrative Practice: What you need to know

In this webinar, Dr Nadine Perlen will provide practical tips and guidance for medical practitioners looking to integrate their nutritional and environmental medicine (NEM) skills into practice. This presentation is for medical and allied health practitioners who access Medicare services and wish to integrate NEM into their practice.

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A holistic approach to mental illness: more than just pills

Each year, 1 in 5 Australians experience a mental health condition, with almost one in 2 experiencing a mental health condition during their lifetime. In this webinar you will hear from Integrative Consultant Psychiatrist Dr Karan Sinha as he explores the question - Why is mental illness so prevalent in modern society?


Colonics and Detoxification

Webinar | 20 June 2019 with Michèle Wolff

Colonic hydrotherapy, also known as colonic irrigation or colonics, has been used throughout history as a way of cleansing the body and promoting health. Of all the processes essential to maintaining good health, the body's ability to eliminate toxins and waste is one of the most important. The influence of gut health on general wellbeing is well documented, with many chronic conditions linked to poor detoxification and elimination. Making cleansing a part of a healthy lifestyle does not need to be difficult, where small changes can lead to big results.