Heading out into the Superstition Wilderness with Phyllis Hogan’s Field Study in 2018
Listen to any audio recording from the recent 2018
Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine and earn nursing contact hours (CH). See chart below of recordings qualifying for CNE.
Approval statement: This continuing nursing education activity was approved for distance learning for 58.25 possible contact hours by the Western Multi-State Division, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Approval expires April 8, 2020.
Criteria for successful completion: Listen to recordings of the event (listed below) and download an evaluation form. When finished listening, fill out evaluation, scan and email as attachment to reg [AT] botanicalmedicine.org. A certificate of completion will be sent by return email. Purchase downloads of these recordings here
Conflict of interest: No individuals in a position to control content for this activity have any relevant financial relationships to declare.
List of recordings qualifying for continuing nursing education with contact hours.
Lecture--Please click lecture name for description and ordering Contact Hours
Naturopathic Therapies for Addiction Part 1 and Part 2 - Kenneth Proefrock CNE 3.75 Contact Hours
Use of Cannabis Compounds for Health and Disease Treatment: A Science-Based Review - Christopher Hobbs CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
A Review of Natural Compounds Shown to Combat Hepatitis Viruses - Jillian Stansbury CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Powerful Herbal Pairs - Paul Bergner CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Herbal Nootropics: Botanicals for Enhancing Memory, Focus and Concentration - David Winston CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Keeping Kids Healthy: Botanicals that should be in your medicine cabinet and how to get kids to take them - Mary Rondeau CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Abnormal Paps, Cervical Dysplasia and HPV - Katie Stage CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Basics of Tincture Preparation - Jane Bothwell CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Managing Surgery with Botanicals: When, how, why and why not to do surgery, with special reference to cancer - Chanchal Cabrera CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Little-known Physiological Facts that may Change your Practice of Herbalism - Paul Bergner CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Comparative Mechanisms of Action between Botanical Antimicrobials and Pharmaceutical Drugs - Jeffrey Langland CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Re-evaluating Botanical Medicine Approaches to Depression and Anxiety - Kenneth Proefrock CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Simple Remedies to Specific Medicines, the path from Thomson, to the Physiomedicalists and the Eclectics - David Winston CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Emerging Research on Tropane Alkaloids - Jillian Stansbury CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Panel: Prevention of Cognitive Decline as we Age - Chanchal Cabrera, Katie Stage and Jillian Stansbury CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Botanical Medicine for Mood Disorders in Children Part 1 and Part 2 - Mary Rondeau CNE 3 Contact Hours
Botanical Therapies for Insulin Resistance and Metabolic Syndrome - David Winston CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Daily Tonics: Recipes for Life and Longevity - Jillian Stansbury CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Oxymels: Sweet & Sour Herbal Preparations for every Organ System - John Slattery CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Promoting Lymphatic Health with Botanicals - Chanchal Cabrera CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Demystifying SIBO (Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth) - Katie Stage CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Garden Gems and Preparation—Lesser Known Medicinal Plants - JoAnn Sanchez CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Healthy Aging: Research Summary on Prevention of Musculoskeletal Degeneration, Memory Loss and Other Conditions of Aging - Christopher Hobbs CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Quinones, Naphthoquinones and Anthraquinones in Clinical Practice - Chanchal Cabrera CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Creating Herbal Syrups - Jane Bothwell CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Fascia and Physical Reality: Sensory Integration, Pleasure, Pain and Psychology (covers pain syndromes of fibromyalgia, CRPS and arthritis) - Kenneth Proefrock CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
Herban Legends and Clinical Pearls - Paul Bergner CNE 1.5 Contact Hours
A full set of audio recordings from the conference can be ordered here.
Note to those attending the live event Southwest Conference on Botanical Medicine, 2018: You may earn additional contact hours by listening to recordings of lectures not attended at the live event. It is then possible to earn up to 58.25 total contact hours. Some lectures were not recorded and are thus not offered for CNE in the chart above–but were attended live by many nurses in April of 2018–certificates were issued for those live contact hours at the conference.
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