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DNA Life Training & Certification Course
September 6 @ 9:00 am - September 8 @ 6:00 pm€575.00
Name of Event: dnalife® Certification Course Programme
Venue: The Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin, Ireland.
Date/Times: Friday, 6th September 2019 – 9am – 6pm
Saturday, 7th September 2019 – 9am – 6pm
Sunday, 8th September 2019 – 9am – 4pm
CPD Points: 20
Cost: €575 (includes all 6 DNA tests)
€695 (includes all 6 DNA tests & Medcheck)
Price includes a lunch buffet, tea and coffee.
DNA Life are offering a special 10% discount on above prices for NTOI members. Please See Special Offers page on NTOI Members site to get discount code
To book visit: https://shopnl.nordicvms.com/Catalogue-dublin-3375.html
This intensive 3-day course provides a comprehensive review of our cutting-edge genetic tests (DNA Health, DNA Diet, DNA Sport, DNA Mind and DNA Oestrogen).
The course covers an introduction to SNPs, why we include those in our panels, how to utilise our panels of tests, and how to interpret results. Each gene in the different 6 profiles will be reviewed and healthcare practitioners will get insight to the relevant biochemistry and possible lifestyle interventions that may be required to optimize patient treatment and outcomes based on genotype.
DNA research is as extensive as it is complex. It is important that all practitioners feel comfortable with both the value and limitations of genetic testing, thereby enduring appropriate and responsible test usage. The adage is that genetics loads the gun, but the environment loads the trigger. Our aim is to teach how to combine structural genetics with the functional picture so there will be further consideration as to which functional tests might be appropriate – we call it test-pairing.
Learning Objectives of the Course
- Learn to understand an interpret genetic reports. The effects of genetic variants with lifestyle and nutritional recommendations (Nutrigenomics) and how to incorporate this knowledge into your practice.
- Tailor your treatment protocols to become individualised and preventative, rather than generalized and reactionary.
- Utilise genetic tests in practice to the benefit of your patients, and understand which test is relevant (when and for whom).