Learning Modules

Integrative Cancer Care

Learning Modules

Integrative Cancer Care

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”Psychological interventions in cancer care need to be individualised and will differ for each person” – Jane Fletcher

The World Health Organisation (WHO) forecasts a 47% increase in cancer cases by 20401 and the Peter McCallum Cancer Centre notes 1 in 2 Australians will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85.

Only 5% of cancers are hereditary1 with the remainder preventable. Furthermore, 10 million people are living with a cancer for around 5 years before they even get diagnosed.3,4

Are you equipped to provide integrative intervention and health support?

Join leading NEM experts in this on-demand learning module to learn how to adopt a preventive approach to cancer care, and help reduce the long-term impact of cancer treatments on the environment and human health.

In this course you will learn:

  • Environmental and lifestyle factors in cancer prevention and management
  • How to conduct a personalised health assessment for cancer
  • How to interpret genetic screening and other investigations for cancer presentations
  • Protocol, prescribing, and cancer prevention
  • Diet, lifestyle, nutriceuticals and phytotherapeutic interventions
  • Clinical insights for improved clinical outcomes in microbiome changes in cancer, stress, oestrogen metabolism, breast cancer and metabolic disruptors, physiological distress, plus much more!

Also included: 

  • Downloadable PDF of presenter’s slides, clinical hand outs and support materials 
  • Evidence-based research summary including links to referenced research papers
  • Case study discussion and clinical gems

Don’t miss this important event. Get active and involved!

Be ready to develop sustainable health practices and reduce the incidence of cancer.

Did you know environmental changes are leading causes for the above alarming circumstances?

  • COVID-195,8,9
  • Long-term exposure to occupational and environmental carcinogens and medicines2,7
  • Exposure to extreme weather event particulate matter10
  • Evolution of drug resistance2,6,7


”A healthy lifestyle not only changes your body, it changes your mind, your attitude and your mood.. it also changes outcomes. We are perfectly positioned to enact lifestyle medicine and/or facilitate a care team to do so” – Carla Wrenn

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Integrative Cancer Care Course Overview

  • Dr Taufiq Binjemain
  • Dr Nicole Nelson
  • Dr Tim Ewer
  • Dr Joachim Fluhrer
  • Dr Luis Vitetta
  • Dr Shala Rasouli
  • Jane Fletcher
  • Carla Wrenn
  • Cliff Harvey
  • Ass. Prof Karin Ried
  • Peter Gotis
  • Prof Kylie O’Brien

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Dr Taufiq Bin Jemain


Dr. Taufiq Binjemain graduated from the University of Leeds, UK in 2000.  He then completed his basic surgical training and obtained Membership from the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh in 2005.  Following that, he trained in Family Medicine and obtained Membership from the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2011, ...

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Dr Nicole Nelson


Nicole is a medical doctor with a background in pharmacy and general practice. She has been attending nutrient/herbal seminars for over 20 years and in 2011 began to formalise her education in nutritional and environmental medicine doing courses with ACNEM, Biobalance, AIMA and various online courses. She has completed a ...

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Dr Tim Ewer


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 ...

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Dr Joachim Fluhrer


Dr Joachim Fluhrer practices medicine based on combination of nutritional and standard medical practice. Each patient is an individual, with their own genetics, their individual upbringing and experiences. All this, combined with current lifestyle, medications, exercises, nutrition, emotional and mental is creating the circumstances in which the patient finds themselves. ...

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Professor Luis Vitetta

Currently, Professor Luis Vitetta is Director of Medical Research at Medlab Clinical and Professor with the University of Sydney, Faculty of Medicine and in Sydney. Between the years 2007–2013 he was the Director and Professor of the Centre for Integrative Clinical and Molecular Medicine at the University of Queensland, Faculty ...

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Shala Rasouli

Ph.D, B.H.Sc. (Naturopathy), Cert. IV Bowen Therapy and Reiki Practitioner 

Shala is a highly accomplished senior scientist and integrative medicine naturopath, with a passion for herbal medicine, nutrition, and oncology support. She is particularly interested in hormonally driven cancers, specifically prostate, breast and thyroid cancers, as well as other cancers such as lung cancer, haematological cancers, and melanoma. Her approach ...

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Jane Fletcher

MAPS FCHP BA., Grad.Dip.Appl.Psych. 

Director Melbourne Psycho-oncology Service Health Psychologist – Oncology and Palliative Care Jane is a health psychologist with over 15 years’ experience working with individuals with cancer. Having established Melbourne Psycho-oncology Service in 2008, Jane continues to offer evidence based intervention to individuals, couples and families at all stages of the ...

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Carla Wrenn

Integrative Naturopath & Nutritionist 

Carla Wrenn is an Integrative Naturopath & Nutritionist. Completing a Bachelor of Health Science in 2001 and practicing for 21 years. As a passionate learner Carla also completed postgraduate studies in Integrative Oncology, Autoimmune Diseases and Functional Medicine within Australia and the USA. Carla’s time is spent consulting in the area of ...

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Cliff Harvey

PhD, Dip.Nat, AUT 

Cliff Harvey is a registered clinical nutritionist and researcher. He has been coaching people ranging from world champion athletes through to the chronically and acutely unwell to perform at their best, since the 1990s. Cliff was one of the first practitioners in Australasia to start working with low-carb and ketogenic ...

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A/Prof Dr Karin Ried

PhD, MSc, GDPH, Cert Integrative Medicine 

Associate Professor Dr Karin Ried is Director of Research at the National Institute of Integrative Medicine (NIIM), Melbourne, Victoria. Dr Ried is Adjunct Associate Professor at Torrens University, Australia and Honorary Associate Professor at The University of Adelaide, South Australia. A/Prof Ried has more than 25 years’ experience in medical and ...

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Professor Kylie O’Brien

PhD, MPH, B AppSc(Chin Med), BSc(Optom), Grad Cert Tert Ed 

Chief Scientific Officer, Releaf Group Ltd; Academic Director, International College of Cannabinoid Medicine Ltd’ Adjunct Professor, Torrens University; Adjunct Fellow, NICM Health Research Institute Kylie has had a strong academic career in the fields of Chinese medicine, integrative medicine and since 2018, medicinal cannabis after career changing in 2000 from ...

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