Distance Learning Instructions: Six (6) audio recordings and one 110-page PDF digital book of lecture notes for $55 ($85 value). To receive naturopathic CME, purchase the recording series, save your receipt, keep a record of CME credits earned on this certificate. It’s as easy as that!
Continuing Education Credits:
- 10 total CME hours if not claimed previously for the below lectures
- 9 general + 1 pharmacy credits
- Approved by Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine (OBNM)
The chart below shows the number of credits available for each lecture in the series.
Please note: The recordings in this series are selected from past conferences, so if you are a regular on our site you may have already earned CE credits for some of these lectures. Please check your records before ordering! Catalog number indicates year and conference (example: 15SW01 = 2015 Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine).
The information in this series is provided as a research resource for health professionals and is not intended to replace diagnosis and treatment by a qualified health care practitioner.
|Catalog#||Lecture Title||General Credits||Pharm Credits|
|19ME16||Keynote: Endocrine Disruptors: History, Recent Research Individual and Societal Remedies|
Leo Trasande, MD, MPP
|21ME24||Panel: Managing Symptoms of Hormonal Disruption with Botanical Medicine |
Jillian Stansbury, ND, Jill Crista, ND, and Kenneth Proefrock, NMD
|17NeuroPt1andPt2||Neuroinflammation: Causes, Symptoms, Diseases, Part 1 and Part 2 Walter Crinnion, ND||3.0|
|20MEGlyphoPt1andPt2||Intensive: Mitigating the Effects of Glyphosate and other Environmental Toxins with Herbal Medicine, Part 1 and Part 2 Donald Yance, RH (AHG)||3.0||1.0|