Nutri Advanced – Interpreting bloods part 2
October 2 @ 10:00 am - 5:30 pm€53.06
About this Event
This is a practitioner only event (Naturopaths, nutritionists, herbalists, osteopaths, acupuncturist, personal trainers). Please note those that book and are not a practitioner will not able allowed into the event.
This CPD seminar will focus on diagnosing and treating some of the most common pathologies encountered in clinical practice, with the help of standard blood test results. Common pathologies in the areas of Haematology, Metabolism, Immunology, and Endocrinology will be discussed with reference to clinical evaluation, to form an integrated and holistic approach to diagnosis and treatment. Detailed lecture notes will be provided to refer to during the seminar and to use for reference afterwards.
On successful completion of this seminar, practitioners will be able to:
• Critically analyze and interpret a variety of clinical laboratory test results for their patients.
• Critically evaluate abnormal, borderline and inconsistent test results in order to identify abnormalities.
• Combine the results from orthodox laboratory tests and clinical evaluation to form an integrated and holistic approach to analysis and interpretation.
• Integrate laboratory test results with history taking and clinical examinations, in order to formulate a diagnosis and determine the most appropriate approach to treatment.
Marie Reilly is an experienced Medical Herbalist and teacher. She qualified from the College of Phytotherapy in 2004 and subsequently completed the Scottish School of Herbal Medicine Masters Degree Programme, having conducted her research dissertation on the treatment of female functional infertility with herbal medicine. She has also studied Endobiogenic Medicine with Dr. Jean Claude Lapraz, and Ayurveda with Dr. Vasant Lad. She currently runs a busy multidisciplinary clinic in Lismore, Ireland. Marie has taught on both the BSc Herbal Sciences course at Cork Institute of Technology and the Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Herbal Medicine at the Irish College of Phytotherapy. She has lectured at the Cork Institute of Technology Herbal Science Symposium; at Botanica 2014; and at the National Institute of Medical Herbalists Annual Conference. She has also provided numerous CPD seminars on various subjects for practitioners of herbal medicine and nutrition. Marie is also a qualified Emergency First Responder, and works in conjunction with a Medical Doctor and Paramedic, to provide emergency first aid in the local community as part of the Lismore Community First Response Team, a voluntary service.