CME for Naturopathic Physicians at Medicines from the Earth

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The Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine has approved the CME lectures listed below. Most states recognize this approval, but please check with your board to be sure.

Please note that Oregon does not give credit for field studies or herb walks, so those events have been omitted from the table below.

Also note that if the Friday pre-conference intensive is attended, it is possible to earn up to 21.5 CME general hours of which 9.5 can be pharmacy. See table below for pharmacy credit lectures.

Questions on CME? Contact us and we’ll be happy to help!


FRIDAY,
JUNE 2
1:00 PM - 5:00 PMPre-conference Intensive: Immuno-psychiatry
Kenneth Proefrock
2 Pharm, 2 General

SATURDAY,
JUNE 3
9:30 AM - 11 AMDegenerative Joint Disease
Jill Stansbury
1.5 General

Inflammatory and Immune Influences on the Brain
Jerry Cott
.5 Pharm, 1 General
Circadian Cycle Pt 1
Effects of Malfunction
Mary Bove
1.5 General
11:30 AM - 1 PMYin and Yang of Inflammation
Jason Miller
1.5 General
Ginseng-Adulterants
Mark Blumenthal
1.5 General
Circadian Cycle Pt 2
Resetting the Cycle
Mary
Bove

1.5 General
Herbal Salves
Robin McGee
1.5 General
2:00 PM -
5:30 PM
Intensive: Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors
Donald Yance
3.5 Pharm
2:00 PM -
3:30 PM
Alzheimer’s Disease
David Winston
1.5 General
Nebulizer Demonstration
Kenneth Proefrock
1.5 General
4:00 PM -
5:30 PM
Neuroinflammation Pt. 1 Causes, Symptoms, Diseases
Walter Crinnion
1.5 General
Insomnia as a Yin Deficiency
CoreyPine Shane
1.5 General
Self-Care for Herbalists
Teresa Boardwine
1.5 General
7:00 PM -
8:30 PM
Humorous Health Mark Blumenthal
1.5 General
SUNDAY JUNE 4
9:00 AM -
10:30 AM
Panel Discussion: Evidence-Based Herbal Medicine: New Science and Ancient Tradition
Jerry Cott, Jason Miller and David Winston
1.5 General
11 AM -
12:30 PM
Vagus Nerve 1:
The Brains Effect on Immunity and Gut
Donald Yance
1.5 General
Neuroinflammation Pt. 2 Botanicals and other Natural Therapies.
Walter Crinnion
1.5 General
Hepatitis B & C
David Winston
.5 Pharm, 1 General
The Science and Art of Herbal Poulticing
Richo Cech
1.5 General
2:00 PM -
5:30 PM
Intensive: Wild Foods Cooking
Marc Williams
3.5 General
2:00 PM -
3:30 PM
Vagus Nerve 2:
The Effect of the Gut on our Brains
Donald Yance
1.5 General
Children’s Health: Differentiating Immunomodulators
Mary Bove
1.5 General
Research update: Use of Botanicals and Supplements in Mental Health
Jerry Cott
1.5 General
4:00 PM -
5:30 PM
Degenerative Neurological Disease
Kenneth Proefrock
1.5 General
Botanicals in Oncology, Part 1
Jason Miller
1.5 General
Autoimmune Disease: Deep in the Tissues
Kathleen Maier
1.5 General
MONDAY JUNE 5
8:30 AM -
10:00 AM
Top Toxic Pharmaceuticals and Alternatives
Walter Crinnion
1.5 Pharm
Wild Herbs and Spices (Demo)
Vickie Shufer
1.5 General
Entheogens and the Dying Process
Kathleen Maier
1.5 General
10:30 AM -
12:00 PM
Building a Protocol: Botanicals in Oncology, Part 2
Jason Miller
1.5 Pharm
Traditional Diets
Jill Stansbury
1.5 General
Making Herbal Glycerites
Teresa Boardwine
1.5 General
Saving Seeds of Self-Sufficiency
Richo Cech
1.5 General
1:00 PM -
2:00 PM
Salvia Miltiorrhiza
Walter Crinnion, Jill Stansbury and Jason Miller
1 General

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