PDA (CE) for Acupuncturists and Doctors of Oriental Medicine: SW Conference 2020

Cactus FlowersSouthwest Conference on Botanical Medicine is now being offered by video streaming starting on or around March 27. Participants will receive access instructions soon.

Full conference description here.

Maximum possible 20.5 PDA. Partial credits OK. No extra charge for acupuncture CE credits, but please sign up when you register.

Application approved by NCCAOM for 20.5 total credits. Application approved by California Board of Acupuncture, CEP Provider #1552, for 20.5 Category 1 CE.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Even though you are able to view all the videos, the maximum credit available for acupuncturists is 20.5 CE hours (PDA). (See credit chart for each lecture below.)

(This list subject to minor changes.)Maximum possible 20.5 CE hours (PDA). Partial credits OK.
Number CE credits with NCCAOM categories
Kenneth Proefrock, ND, Katie Stage, ND and Mary Rondeau, ND
Panel Discussion: Neuroplasticity and the Management of PTSD and other Mental Health Conditions1.5 AOM-BIO
Lydia Bartholow, DNP, PMHNP
Addiction Series Part A – Understanding Addiction: Neurobiological and Cultural Underpinnings1.5 AOM-BIO
Addiction Series Part B – Treating Addiction and Promoting Harm Reduction with Botanical Medicine and Some Pharmaceuticals1.5 AOM-BIO
Paul Bergner
Humoral and Energetic Differentials for Gastrointestinal (GI) Herbs
1.5 PE-CW
Acute Viral Respiratory Infection: Prevention and Therapeutics1.5 PE-CW
Healing as a Spiritual Path1.5 PE-CW
Sam Coffman
Mitochondrial Support for Autoimmune and Stress-Related Chronic Illness
Demonstration: Wound and Infection Management using Herbs1.5 PE-CW
Marianne Marchese, ND
Botanicals for Mitigating Environmental Toxicant Exposure1.5 PE-CW
Food Addiction in Women: Botanical Treatment Strategies1.5 PE-CW
Heath McAllister, ND, RH (AHG)
Botanical Treatment for Difficult Fungal Infections1.5 PE-CW
Mystical and Mysterious Artemisia1.5 PE-CW
Glen Nagel, ND, RH (AHG)
Pre-conference Intensive: Understanding the Herb / Drug Interaction Continuum and Using Risk Assessment4 PE-CW
Field Applications in Botanical Medicine: Instant Tinctures with CO2 Extraction1.5 PE-CW
Kenneth Proefrock, ND
Memory as Medicine: Botanicals Affecting Cognition, Memory and Sense of Self1.5 AOM-BIO
Case Studies and Strategies in the Naturopathic Treatment of Pulmonary Conditions1.5 PE-CW
Strategies for Acute Illness in Children: Avoiding Pharmaceuticals1.5 PE-CW
Andrea Purcell, ND
Brain Aging in the Menopausal Woman: Effects on Moods and Memory with Botanical Solutions1.5 PE-CW
Mary Rondeau, ND, RH (AHG)
Treatment Considerations for Bipolar Disorder1.5 AOM-BIO
Assessing Nutritional Status in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder1.5 PE-CW
JoAnn Sanchez
Grow Your Own Medicine Garden in the Southwest
1.5 PE-CW
Yalda Shokoohinia, PharmD, PhD
The Side Effects of Apiaceaous Plants1.5 PE-CW
Katie Stage, ND
Upper GI Disorders: Esophagitis, GERD/heartburn, Gastritis and Peptic ulcer Disease1.5 AOM-BIO
A Deeper Look into the Window of the Body: Understanding and Optimizing Oral Health1.5 PE-CW
David Winston, RH (AHG)
Herbal and Nutritional Therapies for Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat (EENT) Conditions1.5 PE-CW
Herbal/Nutritional Treatment of Kidney Stones1.5 AOM-BIO
Let Your Food be Your Medicine: Medicinal Uses of Common Foods1.5 PE-CW
Eric Yarnell, ND, RH (AHG)
Managing IgA Nephropathy and FSGS with Natural Medicine1.5 AOM-BIO
Cancer Pain and Botanical Medicine
Testosterone and Botanical Medicine
1.5 PE-CW

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