19-21 June

Melbourne

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Registrations for ACNEM’s 2020 Conference are now open.

Environmental Disruptors – Rising to the Challenge

The 2020 ACNEM Conference brings together world leading presenters to explore the latest research on the environmental factors affecting human health. Researchers and clinicians will address environmental disruptors and conditions now commonly seen in clinical practice. Diagnosis and treatment options will also be explored through a series of case study presentations and panel discussions.

The 2020 ACNEM Conference program will provide insight into the latest research and address environmental disruptors affecting human health including:

  • Environmental and nutritional toxins and toxicants
  • Common conditions affected by environmental disruptors
  • Brain and Mental Health disruption
  • Electromagnetic disruption – understanding the facts
  • Chronic Infection and Immune disruption

Join us and gain valuable insight and tools to guide and empower your patients through their lifestyle, diet and environmental changes, for better health outcomes.

20 September 2020

Sydney

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ATMS Menopause Symposium

Environmental Disruptors – Rising to the Challenge

The Menopause Symposium will provide a unique opportunity for practitioners to understand the physiology of the menopause transition and its impact on women’s physical and psychological health, and the ways in which natural, allopathic and allied health modalities can support that transition.

Hear from five leading experts in Chinese medicine, naturopathy, endocrinology and metabolic physiology, as they share factors impacting menopause symptoms.

28–29 November 2020 (rescheduled from April)

Gold Coast

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Bio Balance Medical Doctor Training Program

Mastering Brain Chemistry

A Training Program for Medical Doctors (specifically GPs, Psychiatrists, Paediatricians and specialist medical doctors), Mastering Brain Chemistry is a 5 day intensive syllabus for medical doctors presenting the power of nutrients to improve neurotransmitter function.  Pioneered by the late Dr. Carl Pfeiffer and further developed through extensive research and clinical experience by William J. Walsh, PhD, the program provides a greater understanding of the biochemical imbalances commonly associated with mental illness, which, when combined with current treatment options, improves patient outcomes.

Included in your Registration Fee:

  • Daily morning/afternoon teas and Buffet Lunch,
  • ‘Meet & Greet’ Welcome Cocktail Function and Certificate Ceremony
  • Certificate Ceremony