On March 15 – 16, 2014, I will be presenting at Bastyr University “Methylation & Clinical Nutrigenomics Part 2: Latest Findings, SNPs and Establishing Treatment Plans.” Any healthcare practitioner is eligible to attend.
This two-day seminar is a continuation to the previously sold-out conference entitled “Methylation & Clinical Nutrigenomics – Individualized Medicine at Its Best.”
I am very excited about this March event since it builds on the solid foundation from the first seminar – enabling physicians to really hone in and optimize patient care.
CEU’s are approved for a variety of health care professionals. Please visit the registration page for details.
ALSO: There will be a “Physician’s Case Study Round Table” limited to 10 physicians. Only 4 seats remain as of February 7, 2014. This round table will be held on Monday, March 17, 2014, the day after the seminar. It will be dedicated towards working on five patient cases submitted by attending physicians. When you register for the two-day seminar your email confirmation will contain the specifics for the Round Table event.
Physicians who attended the previous October 2013 Methylation Conference share their thoughts on the usefulness of the material presented:
For full details and registration, please go to the Bastyr University website here:
Any questions about registration, hotels, meals, pricing, etc, please contact Bastyr University: ContinuingEd@Bastyr.edu
1) I am not a health professional but I would like to attend. May I?
The content presented is in depth and designed for health professionals. This seminar is not available to the general public. I highly recommend you inform your health professional(s) to attend. If you are really wanting the information, that is excellent! You may obtain the fully recorded DVD when it becomes available.
2) Where should I stay when attending?
Upon registering for the seminar your email confirmation will contain a list of local hotels offering a discounted “Bastyr – Methylation” rate. If you want to look yourself, I recommend to stay in Bothell or Kirkland.
3) Are lunches provided?
Yes, they are! The Bastyr dining commons provides outstanding vegetarian food. They typically offer gluten free and dairy free options as well.
4) Will this event be recorded?
Yes! The event will be professionally recorded – video and audio. The price for the DVD set will be the same as the conference price, plus shipping/handling and tax. CEU’s will be also be offered as part of recording package. An examination must be passed in order for one to receive the CEUs. The examination will be included in the package. Access to the recording/examination obviously will not be available until after the event. I am estimating some time June 2014. I will inform you all via the newsletter, Facebook and posting here.
5) Will this course be accepted by Oregon and California ND CEUs?
We have applied for both OR and CA naturopathic CEUs. We will know in a few weeks time. Very rarely has either state not accepted an application for CEUs when submitted by Bastyr University.
6) Does this seminar qualify for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit, AMA PRA Category 2 Credit and/or professional CEUs for my state, outside of WA, OR and CA?
Per Bastyr University: “This seminar is not eligible for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit since we did not apply. AMA PRA Category 2 CreditT is entirely self-claimed and self-documented by individual physicians who determine that it meets the requirements that are outlined on page 10 of the AMA PRA booklet. If you are a physician licensed in a state other than WA, OR and CA, please refer to page 10 of the AMA PRA booklet. You can then determine if it is appropriate to claim it. To determine if this program can be claimed for CEUs for your license renewal in your state, please refer to your state’s licensing agency.”
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I look forward to meeting those who are attending – not to mention improving treatment outcomes!