Webinar

"Could it be mould?" - a 'how-to' guide for clinicians

The impact of air quality on non-responsive health conditions.
with Jeanette Williams

Indoor humidity levels play an important role in health. It is known that high humidity levels promote the growth of mould; a trigger for asthma and allergies. So how can we achieve and maintain ideal humidity levels?
 
As a clinician, how can you identify if a patient’s health problems are linked to indoor air quality or mould? This webinar will provide you with some practical tips to integrate relevant questioning into practice; enabling you to identify symptoms of mould sensitivity. It will help you discover what it is that's missing when patients are resistant to treatment, or when they are not getting the results from treatment they expected.

Date Thursday 30 November 2017
Time 6pm  (AEST)
Duration 1 hour, including 45 minutes of presentation with 15 minutes Q&A
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$75 Non Members
$10 ACNEM Student Members

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Medicinal Cannabis

Chronic pain management and navigating the prescription maze
with Justin Sinclair

There are numerous causes of chronic, intractable pain and a number of pharmaceutical agents on offer as treatment. But growing evidence supports the use of medicinal cannabis for pain, with reported fewer side effects than other more conventional drugs. Pharmaceutical cannabis comes in the form of oils, tinctures and other extracts and medical practitioners are now able to access these preparations for their patients.

ACNEM is offering you the opportunity to hear from an expert about the use of medicinal cannabis for the treatment of pain and how to navigate the number of legislative and regulatory checks in place across Australia's states and territories.

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