CE Application & Courses

Application for California Naturopathic Doctor Continuing Education Accreditation through the CNDA

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  2. Application Rules and Standards
  3. Application Timeline
  4. Application Fees
  5. Instructions for Entities with Commercial Interest
     
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Application Instructions
 

1) Download the above application form.
2) Fill it out entirely, and use the checklist to ensure you have secured all required documents for CNDA review. If you are requesting a rush review (see below), please include the additional fees when you make payment.
3) Pay the entire amount due online, using the following link:
 Click Here To Pay Online Prior To Submitting Your Application
4) After payment, please submit all of your forms, and your online payment order receipt number, to: admin@calnd.org.
5) If for some reason you are not approved for all of your requested CE credits, we will refund you the difference.


If your event features multiple speakers:
Click here to download additional Planner/Faculty Forms (PDF)

The California Naturopathic Doctors Association (CNDA) is an accredited agency for continuing education for California licensed naturopathic doctors (NDs). As such, the CNDA can accept applications for accreditation of continuing education (CE) programs that are valid for California NDs.

Initial Application Completion Instructions:
Completed applications, with all supporting documents, should be faxed to 815-550-2411, or emailed to admin@calnd.org, in PDF or Word document formats only. Questions should be directed to the CNDA CE Coordinator at 310-670-8100 or admin@calnd.org.


Application Rules:
Standards to Ensure Educational Relevance
  • Programming must pertain to the practice of Naturopathic Medicine or physician level medicine.
  • Programming must be oriented to health care professionals and not oriented toward lay public.
  • Presenters must be qualified professionals such a ND, MD, DO, DC, or PhD, with expertise on subject.
  • Approved CE hours are valid for the duration of two-years after the first program occurrence or recording. If approved program should continue to be offered after two-years, an application must be resubmitted. Self-study programs are approved for up to two-years from the date of initial approval.
Standards for Independence
  • All CE activities must be independent and free of commercial bias.
  • An entity with commercial interest must strictly adhere to the standards outlined in Addendum 1.
  • An entity with commercial interest is any entity producing, marketing, re-selling, or distributing health care goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients.
  • A commercial entity cannot be involved with or have control over content, directly or indirectly.
Standards for Conflicts of Interest and Disclosure
  • The applicant must be able to show that everyone who is in a position to control the content of an educational activity (including organizers, educators, and presenters) have disclosed all relevant financial relationships with any commercial interest to the CNDA.
  • Relevant financial relationship is defined as financial relationships in any amount, monetary or in-kind, occurring within the past 12 months that may create a conflict of interest.
  • Individuals must disclose to learners any relevant financial relationship(s) and the nature of the relationship with commercial interest before each presentation. If no commercial interest exists, this must also be disclosed before each presentation.
  • When a disclosure of commercial interest is made, the specific name of the commercial interest is not to be given, such as trade names or branding statements. The commercial interest is to be mentioned in general terms as to not promote the commercial interest through the disclosure.
  • An educational program planned by an entity with commercial interest must adhere to additional disclosure requirements as outlined in Addendum 1.
Standards for Content and Format without Commercial Bias
  • The content or format of a continuing medical educational activity and its related materials must promote improvements or quality in healthcare, and not a specific proprietary business interest.
  • Presentations must give a balanced view of therapeutic options.
*The CNDA CE application requires that the requesting organization, or party, certify that the program for which they are applying for accreditation complies with the rules set forth in these guidelines. Please contact the CNDA if you need clarification on any portion of these guidelines before applying for accreditation. The CNDA reserves the right to send a representative to any approved program and observe for compliance.

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Application Timeline:
Applications are due at least six weeks (42 days) prior to an activity. Applications, with all supporting materials, should be submitted by email to admin@calnd.org, as PDF or Word Documents, or faxed to 815-550-2411. Partial applications will not be accepted, and must be re-submitted.

The CNDA Continuing Education Coordinator compiles applications and their supporting documents at the CNDA home office before the application is sent to the committee for review. Partial and incomplete applications are not accepted at any time. Applicants MUST use the checklist, and confirm that all required documents are being submitted at the same time. Applications submitted less than 42 days prior to the program are subject to rush fees (see below). Rush fees must be paid when the application is submitted, and are non-refundable.

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Application Fees:

Normal Fees – For applications submitted 6 weeks (42 days) before a program

All fees are paid on our website at the time of the application. Instructions for payment can be found on page 7. Should any CE hours not be approved, the difference will be refunded to the applicants credit card at the time of approval.

Every application must pay a $200 non-refundable application fee. Additional fees are required if a completed application is received less than six weeks (42 days) before the program. Please see the schedule below for more information regarding rush fees.

The cost of each CE hour requested is $50 for the original/initial live activity. Each additional time the same live program is repeated within one year a fee of $50 per CE hour is charged. For self-study programs, a fee of $50 per CE hour is charged for each year the self-study program is offered. Self-study CE hours may be paid for up to a maximum of three years from the date of the initially approved activity.

Rush Fees – For Applications Submitted 3-6 Weeks Prior to a Program

(Commercial interest entities must submit all materials at least 6 weeks prior to the program, and cannot pay rush fees for their program.)

All applications submitted less than six weeks (42 days) in advance of a program are subject to the rush fee schedule below.
 

Completed application submitted (35-41 days) in advance of program: $100
Completed application submitted (28-34 days) in advance of program: $200
Completed application submitted (21-27 days) in advance of program: $300

Applications submitted lass than three weeks (21 days) before a program will not be accepted.
 
  • Rush fees are in addition to the $200 application fee.
  • Rush fees are non-refundable.
  • Rush fees are due at the time of application.
Continuing Education Accreditation Fees

The non-refundable fee for CE application is $200. Partial applications are not exempt from the non-refundable fee. Fees for CE credits are $50 per credit hour. An organization/company is not charged for unapproved CE hours. Each time the same programming is offered live over the next two years, an additional fee of $50 per CE hour applies. For self-study programs an additional $50 per CE hour applies.

Example of CE Accreditation Fees
A 2-day program that consists of 10 CE hours, that is repeated one more time within two years, and submitted five weeks in advance of the program:

Application Fee: $200
Rush fee: $100
CE hours fee for initial program: $500 (10 x $50)
Total Program Fee: $800
One additional repeats of program: $500 (1 x $500)
Total for Approved CE Application: $1300

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ADDENDUM 1
Application Instructions for Entities with Commercial Interests:


An entity with commercial interest is any entity producing, marketing, re-selling, or distributing healthcare goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients.

As of January 1, 2013, the CNDA is accepting applications from entities with commercial interest. Please review this additional application information which is required from entities with commercial interest prior to submitting an application. All presentations submitted for approval must be completely free of mention of commercial product(s) that includes, but is not limited to, supplements, lab services, books, etc.
 

1. In addition to the documents required for all applicants, entities with commercial interest must submit the additional following items upon application:

a) Full PowerPoint/slide presentations for each presentation, which shall also include a disclosure slide that is the second slide of the presentation. This disclosure slide is to state the following: “This educational activity has been reviewed and approved by the California Naturopathic Doctors Association and contains no commercially biased information.”

b) A copy of the course syllabus and/or all course handouts. These materials must contain a disclosure statement as follows: “These educational materials have been reviewed and approved by the California Naturopathic Doctors Association and contains no commercially biased information.”

2. All applications for entities with commercial interest must be submitted at least 6 weeks (42 days) before the program. Rush applications are not accepted for programs sponsored by a commercial entity.

3. Any promotional product material or conversations about promotional products must take place outside the lecture hall, in a separate room. Participation in any promotional activities must not be required for accreditation attendance.

4. The CNDA reserves the right to audit any approved activity presented by a commercial interest.

5. Upon request, an entity with commercial interest must supply the CNDA with the names and contact information of attendees receiving CNDA accreditation for attendance at their educational activity.

6. The CNDA reserves the right to contact attendees that receive CNDA accreditation for attendance at an activity provided by a commercial interest. The CNDA may conduct interviews by phone or in person regarding the activity to determine if the guidelines for commercial interests were followed.

7. The CNDA reserves the right to view course materials at any time of a CE event provided by an entity with commercial interest.

8. The CNDA reserves the right to revoke credits if a conference is not carried out by the standards by which it was approved.


Penalties For Commercial Applicants If Guidelines Are Not Followed
 

1. If slides submitted for review contain inappropriate content[1], the application will be denied.

2. If slides are found to have inappropriate content, each applying party is given one opportunity for feedback and correction of the material with a $300 penalty fee.

3. The application for a non-compliant activity will not be approved until all penalty fees have been paid.

4. If an application is denied after the second review the applicant will be charged the full amount of credits applied for, without receiving activity approval.

5. If more than two (2) applications are denied by the same applicant, the applicant will be prohibited from future continuing education application review privileges by the CNDA.

6. If a program is audited and found not to be in compliance with the originally approved activity, the applicant will be prohibited from future approvals by the CNDA, and will be fined $1,000.


The CNDA Professional Development Committee holds a very high standard for educational programs approved by the CNDA. These additional application requirements for applicants with a commercial interest are to insure that activities approved by the CNDA are free of any commercial bias. Before submitting your materials, please ensure your materials meet the CNDA application for continuing education guidelines. If you have a question prior to submission, please contact our CE coordinator at admin@calnd.org.

[1]Inappropriate content refers to slide presentations containing:
  1. Incomplete or illegible or otherwise done in a way that is unprofessional or not respectful of our doctors reviewing time.
  2. Any mention of commercial product or commercial industry.
  3. Any advertising of products with vested interest.

2012 CE Approved Courses

Lotus Institute of Integrative Medicine
Recognition and Prevention of Herb-Drug Interactions
December 9, 2012, Live Online
8.0 CE total: 8.0 pharmacy

Lotus Institute of Integrative Medicine
Pros and Cons of Pharmaceutical Drugs and Chinese Medicine: A comparative analysis
November 11, 2012, Live Online
8.0 CE Total: 1.0 General; 7.0 Pharmacy

Institute of Women's Health and Integrative Medicine
An Integrative Approach to Pediatrics
October 26, 27, 28, 2012, Live Portland, OR
12.75 CE total: 9.5 general, 3.25 pharmacy

International IV Nutritional Therapy for Professionals
Heavy Metal Toxicology Clinical Chelation: EDTA, BMPS, DMSA and Complementary Treatments
October 6 -7, 2012, Live
13 CE total: 13 Pharmacy Hours

Association for the Advancement of Restorative Medicine 
10th Annual Restorative Medicine Conference
September 13-16, 2012, San Diego, CA
20 CE total: maximum of 6 pharmacy

Vaccine Consults
Hilary Andrews, ND
The Influenza Vaccines
June 18 or 20, 2012, Live Online
3.0 CE total: 3.0 pharmacy

Vaccine Consults
Hilary Andrews, ND
The HPV Vaccine: Warts and All
June 12 or 14, 2012, Live Online
3.0 CE total: 3.0 pharmacy

Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians
Insulin Intensive Seminar
June 9 and 10, 2012
15.75 CE total: 1.50 general and 14.25 pharmacy

Sylvan Institute of Botanical Medicine
Urology Series with Eric Yarnell, ND
May 21, 23, 28, 30, June 18, 20, 25, July 12, 23, 25 - Live
2.0 general CE hours per class; no pharmacy hours

Sylvan Institute of Botanical Medicine
Medicinal Mushrooms: Recent Research and Clinical Practice
Thursday 5/24/12, Live
2.0 General CE Hours, no pharmacy hours

Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians
Fundamentals and Clinical Applications of IV Nutrient Therapy
April 26 ~ April 29, 2012, Live
27.0 CE total: 24.0 pharmacy hours and 3.0 general hours

Vaccine Consults
Hilary Andrews, ND
The Pertussis Vaccine: What's all the whoop about?
April 24 or 26, 2012, Live Online
3.0 CE total (3.0 pharmacy)

Institute of Women's Health
Restoring digestive vitality, osteoporosis, hormone therapy, and more...
April 20~22, 2012
15.5 CE Total: 9.5 are general and 6 are pharmacy

National College of Natural Medicine
Naturopathic Approaches to Men's Health Conditions:
April 14, 2012, Portland, OR & Live Online.
8.0 CE Total (7.5 general; 0.5 pharmacy)

Lotus Institute of Integrative Medicine - Top 50 Drugs and Their Herbal Alternatives: March 24, 2012, Live Online Webinar. 8.0 CE Total (8.0 pharmacy)

LA Herbs & Acupuncture - The Cancer Stem Cell: Self, Society, What's Going on?: April 12, 2012, San Francisco, CA; April 17, 2012, Los Angeles, CA; April 20, 2012, San Diego, CA. 3.0 CE Total (3.0 general)

LA Herbs & Acupuncture - The Gut: Core of Self: April, 14, 2012, San Francisco, CA 7.0 CE Total (7.0 general)

LA Herbs & Acupuncture - Treating Endocrine Diseases: An Integrative Approach: April 22, 2012, San Diego, CA. 7.0 CE Total (7.0 general)
Institute of Women's Health and Integrative Medicine - Acute and Chronic Infections in Women: January 27-29, 2012, Portland, OR. 13.5 CE total (7.25 general; 6.25 pharmacy)

NCNM - Naturopathic Gastroenterology Conference: January 21-22, 2012, Portland, OR & Live Online. 15 CE Total (13.75 general; 1.25 pharmacy)

Diversified Business Communications - Integrative Healthcare Symposium: February 8 - February 11, 2012, New York, NY. 25.5 CE Total (25.5 general)

SpiritMed - Advanced Topics in Environmental Medicine: January 28-29, 2012, SCNM. 11.5 CE Total (11.5 general)
2011 CE Approved Courses

Hilary Andrews, ND - The Ethics of Mandatory Vaccines: November 8, 2011, Online Live Webinar. 2 CE Total (2 General)

Hilary Andrews, ND - The Ethics of Vaccine Safety Testing: November 15, 2011, Online Live Webinar. 2 CE Total (2 General)

Institute of Women's Health & Integrative Medicine - Menstrual Disorders & Adolescent Medicine for Girls: October 14-16, 2011, Portland, OR. 14.75 CE Total (9.5 General; 5.25 Pharmacy)

LA Herbs & Acupuncture - The Gut: Core of Self: November 20, 2011, Santa Monica, CA. 7 CE Total (7 General)

LA Herbs & Acupuncture - Psychophysical Diseases: Qi and Psyche: November 19, 2011, Santa Monica, CA. 7 CE Total (7 General)

Susan Samueli Center for Integrative Medicine, UCI - International Scientific Acupuncture and Meridian Symposium: Oct. 7-9, 2011, Irvine, CA. 3 CE Total (3 General)

AARM - Restorative Medicine Conference: Oct. 4-7, 2011, Portland, OR. 21 CE Total (9.25 General and 11.75 Pharm)

Diversified Business Communications - Integrative Healthcare Symposium: March 4-6, 2011, NY, NY. 18 CE Total (18 General)

Life Cycle Health Center - Integrative Oncology: May 15, 2011, Santa Monica, CA. 6 CE Total (6 General)

Lotus Institute of Integrative Medicine - Recognition and Prevention of Herb-Drug Interaction: Jan. 23, 2011, Online Webinar. 8 CE Total (1 General and 7 Pharm)

Lotus Institute of Integrative Medicine - Top 50 Drugs and their Herbal Alternative: May 8, 2011, Online Webinar. 8 CE Total (8 Pharmacy)

Institute of Women's Health & Integrative Medicine - Menopause: Obesity and Weight Loss: April 29-May 1, 2011, Portland, OR. 15.25 CE Total (8.75 General and 6.5 Pharm)

Institute of Women's Health & Integrative Medicine - Primary Care for Women: July 15-17, 2011, Portland, OR. 15 CE Total (12 General and 3 Pharm)

Vaccine Consult LLC - The Vaccine Balancing Act: April 30-May 1, 2011, Online Webinar. 14 CE Total (4 General and 10 Pharm)

2010 CE Approved Courses

American Institute of Homeopathy - The Homeopathic Odyssey: May 19-22, 2010, Redondo Beach, CA. 23 CE Total (23 General)

AZNMA 2010 Conference: Nov. 13-14, 2010, Tempe, AZ. 14 CE Total (8 General and 6 Pharm)

Bastyr University - Nutritional Therapy in Medical Practice: May 13-16, 2011, Seattle, WA. 23.5 CE Total (20.5 General and 3 Pharm)

Bio-Identical Hormone Society - Treating Adult HD: May 14-16, 2010, Los Angeles, CA. 23.5 CE Total (20.5 General and 3 Pharm)

California Center for Homeopathic Education - Vital Sensation Homeopathy Course: Dec. 3-5, 2010, San Diego, CA. 24 CE Total (24 General)

California Homeopathic Medical Society - Precision Prescribing through the Botanical Family Perspective: May 14-15, 2010, Redondo Beach, CA. 12 CE Total (12
General)

Heel, Inc - Intro to Biopuncture: July 17, 2010, Santa Monica, CA. 7.25 CE Total (7.25 General)

Hilary Andrews, ND & Heather Zwickey, ND - Vaccine Balancing Act: April 10-11, 2010, Portland, OR. 14 CE Total (3.75 General and 10.25 Pharm)

Institute of Women's Health & Integrative Medicine - Midlife Woman and Menopause: April 10-11, 2010, Portland, OR. 15.75 CE Total (4.75 General and 11 Pharm)

Institute of Women's Health & Integrative Medicine - Primary Care: July 23-25,2010, Portland, OR. 15.5 CE Total (11.5 General and 4 Pharm)

Institute of Women's Health & Integrative Medicine - Autoimmune Disorders for Women: Oct. 22-24, 2010, Portland, OR. 16 CE Total (13.25 general and 2.75 Pharm)

IV Nutritional Therapy for Physicians - Advanced Clinical IV Nutritional Therapy: Oct. 16-17, 2010, San Luis Obispo, CA. 11.75 CE Total (1.75 General and 10 Pharm)

IV Nutritional Therapy for Physicians - Fundamentals and Clinical Applications of IV Therapy: Sept. 23-26, 2010, Portland, OR. 27.25 CE Total (8.5 General and 18.75 Pharm)

Mariannce Marchese - Menopause: Hormones, Herbs, and Nutrition: Sept. 11, 2010, Tempe AZ. 6.5 CE Total (4 General and 2.5 Pharm)

Natural Medicine Consultants - Ethics for Naturopathic Leadership: Web-based. 2 CE Total (2 General)

Recovery Systems Clinic - Amino Acid Therapy: Effective Treatment for our depressions and obesity epidemics: June 5-6, 2010, Corte Madera, CA. 11/75 CE Total (11.75 General)

Restorative Medicine - 8th Annual International Restorative Medicine Conference: Oct. 17-21, 2010, Moab, UT. 23 CE Total (23 General)

SCNM - Insulin Intensive Seminar: May 1-2, 2010, Tempe, AZ. 14.75 CE Total (1.5 General and 13.25 Pharm)

The Mederi Foundation - Professional Clinical Training in the Eclectic Triphasic Medical System: April25-May1 and Sept. 27-Oct. 10, 2010, Ashland, OR. 26.75 CE Total (26.75 General)

Wise Acres - NW Herb Fest: July 24-25, 2010, Pleasant Hill, OR. 15 CE Total (15 General)

2009 and prior CE Approved Courses

Please email admin@calnd.org for this information or call the office a­­t 310-670-8100. 
2017 CE Approved Courses

LP3 Network
Compounding Opportunities for the 
Treatment of Adrenal Fatigue
March 21, 2017
1 CE (.5 general; .5 pharmacy)

Environmental Health Symposium
The Elephant in the Room: Neuroinflammation
March 2-5, 2017
24.5 CEs (22.5 general, 2 pharm)

Vaccine Consult
The Shingles Vaccine
Feb. 21, 23, 2017
3 CEs 

Association for Advancement of Restorative Medicine
Seattle Regional Restorative Medicine Conference
Jan. 14-15, 2017
11 CEs: defer to provider for pharm designation


2016 CE Approved Courses


LA Herbs & Acupuncture
Microbiome: The Spectrum of Diseases from 
the Gut to the Psyche, from Obesity to Cancer
and More...
Nov. 13, 2016
5 general CEs

Vaccine Consult
The Vaccine Balancing Act
Nov. 19-20, 2016
14 pharmacy CEs

LA Herbs & Acupuncture
Cancer, Stress, Fatigue and Depression
April 13 and April 27, 2016
3 general CEs

Basic Psychotherapy Skills
April 4, 2016
3 general CEs

Prostate Cancer Protocols
April 19, 2016
3 general CEs

Breast Cancer Protocols
April 21, 2016
2 general CEs

IIVNTP
Fundamentals of Clinical Applications of IV Therapies
March 2016, Sept. 2016
30 CEs total
10.75 general CEs | 19.25 pharmacy CEs

Environmental Health Symposium
Environmental Health Symposium 2016: 
The Elephant in the Waiting Room
March 4-6, 2016
18 general CEs

New England School of Homeopathy
NESH 8 Weekend Course in San Diego
Feb. 26-28
April 15-17
Jan 13-15, 2017

30 general CEs


2015 CE Approved Courses


Progressive Medical Education
Focus on Women's and Pediatric Health
Sept. 14, 2015 - February 22, 2015
Online live webinar
42 general CEs

LA Herbs & Acupuncture
Breast & Prostate Cancer Protocols
May 9 and May 16, 2015
Denver, CO
6 general CEs total

LA Herbs & Acupuncture
Psychophysical Diseases
May 10, 2015
Denver, CO
6 general CEs total

Vaccine Consult
The Vaccine
Balancing Act
June 6-7, 2015
via live webinar
14.25 CEs Total
14.25 pharmacy CE hours


International IV Nutrient Therapy for Professionals
Fundamentals & Clinical Applications of IV Therapy
March 5-8, 2015
San Diego, CA
30.25 CEs Total (25.25 pharmacy hours | 5 general CE hours)

Integrative Therapeutics
Optimal Wellness: Designing an Integrative Care Plan for Thrivers
March 5, 2015
Los Angeles, CA
2 general CEs total

Seroyal
The Human Microbiome: A Key Driver in Lifelong Health and Disease
May 2, 2015
Berkeley, CA
6.75 CE total: 
6.75 general hours

2014 CE Approved Courses

LA Herbs and Acupuncture
Basic Psychotherapy Skills
Nov. 11-12
Santa Monica, CA
6 general CE credits

LA Herbs and Acupuncture
Breast Cancer Protocols
12/4/14
Santa Monica, CA
3 general CE credits

Progressive Medical Education
Environmental Medicine Training
9/8/14 - 2/23/15
Live online webinars
44 CEs total, 5 pharmacy CEs
(contact course provider for specific
CE designations)

Integrative Therapeutics
Exposing the Effects of
Modern Stress:
Nutritional Strategies to 
Optimize the HPA Axis
Sept. 16, 17, 18, 2014
San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, CA
2 general CEs total

Vaccine Consult
The Vaccine
Balancing Act
July 19 - 20, 2014
Portland, OR
14.25 CEs Total
14.25 pharmacy CE hours

Healthy Medicine Academy
Treating Tick Borne Disease Using Integrative Therapies
June 28, 2014 Burlingame, CA
5.75 CEs Total:
5.75 general CE hours


Sylvan Institute of Botanical Medicine/ 5 Flavors Herbs
Mental Emotional Health and Botanical Interventions
May 3-5, 2014
Oakland, CA
13 CEs total

International IV Nutrient Therapy for Professionals
Fundamentals and Clinical Applications
of IV Therapy

March 6-9, Chicago, IL
April 3-6, 2014,
San Diego, CA
September 5-6, 2014, Seattle, WA

October 12-13, 2014, Seattle, WA
27 CEs; Check with provider for pharmacy CE designation.

Bastyr University
Methylation & Clinical Neutrigenomics Part 2:
Latest Findings, SNPs & Establishing Treatment Plans
March 15 - 16, 2014
Kenmore, WA
13 CE total
13 general hours

International IV Nutrient Therapy for Professionals 
Advanced IV Therapy 
March 6-9, 2014, Chicago, IL
April 3-6, 2014, San Diego, CA

Seroyal
The Human Microbiome: A Key Driver in Lifelong Health and Disease
May 10, 2014
San Diego, CA
6.75 CE total: 
6.75 general hours

2013 CE Approved Courses

Sylvan Institute of Botanical Medicine
Phytosterols, Women's Health, & Reproductive Cancer
December 7-9
Oakland, CA

18 CE total:
18 general hours


International IV Nutritional Therapy for Professionals
Advanced Clinical IV Nutritional Therapy
Spring 2014
Location TBD

12 CE total:
12 pharmacy hours


Institute for Women's Health and Integrative Medicine
Office Gynecology
October 25-27
Portland, OR

16.5 CE total:
5 pharmacy hours


Bastyr University California
Methylation & Clinical Nutrigenomics: Individualized Medicine at it's Best
October 12-13
Kenmore, WA

15 CE total:
15 general hours


International IV Nutritional Therapy for Professionals
Advanced Clinical IV Nutritional Therapy
October 5-6, 2013
Portland, OR

12 CE total:
12 pharmacy hours


Institute of Women's Health & Integrative Medicine
Primary Care in Women's Health
August 9-11, 2013
Portland, OR

15.75 CE total:
11 general hours,
4.75 pharmacy hours


Integrative Therapeutics
Uprooting Anxiety: Removing and Obstacle to Sustainable Wellness
July 25, 2013
Live Online

2 CE total:
2 general hours


Integrative Therapeutics
Uprooting Anxiety: Removing and Obstacle to Sustainable Wellness
June 26, 2013
San Francisco, CA

2 CE total:
2 general hours


Recovery Systems Clinic
Amino Acid
June 8-9, 2013
San Rafael, CA

10 CE total:
10 general hours


Healing Our Future
Neuro Somatic Training: Quieting the Quivering Nervous System in PTSD
draubrey@comcast.net
June 15-16, 2013
Sebastopol, CA

12.0 CE total:
12.0 general hours


LA Herbs and Acupuncture
What Works and Why?
May 4, 2013Santa Monica, CA
3.0 CE total:
3.0 general


LA Herbs and Acupuncture
What Works and Why?
April 24, 2013
San Francisco, CA

3.0 CE total:
3.0 general


Bastyr Universtiy California
Women, Pain, and Metabolic Dysfunction
April 23, 2013
San Diego, CA

2.0 CE total:
2.0 general hours


Institute of Woman's Health & Integrative Medicine
Menopause Management: Advancing Your Expertise and Hormone Boot Camp
April 19 -21, 2013, Portland, OR
16.75 CE total: 7.00 general, 9.75 pharmacy hours

National College of Natural Medicine
Northwest Naturopathic Physicians Conference
April 12 - 14, 2013, Live online and Portland, OR
15.75 CE total: 13.25 general, 2.5 pharmacy hours

Rising Health Wellness Center
Lyme Disease: Diagnosis and Managment
April 5 - 7, 2013, Live online and in Vancouver, WA
14.75 CE Total: 10.75 general, 4.00 pharmacy hours
14.75 Self-study CE hours approved through 4/7/15

International IV Nutritional Therapy for Professionals
Heavy Metal Toxicology Clinical Chelation: EDTA, BMPS, DMSA and Complementary Treatments
March 16 - 17, 2013, Live in Tempe, Arizona
13.0 CE total: 13.0 pharmacy hours

National College of Naturpathic Medicine
Women's Health Symposium
March 15 - 17, 2013, Portland, OR
20.5 CE Total: 15.5 General Hours, 5.0 Pharmacy Hours

International IV Nutritional Therapy for Professionals
Fundamentals and Clinical Applications of IV Therapy
March 7 - 10, 2013, Live in Tempe, Arizona
27 CE total: 3 general, 24 pharmacy hours

Diversified Business Communications
Integrative Healthcare Symposium
February 28 - March 2, 2012 in New York, NY
18 CE total: 18 general hours

International IV Nutritional Therapy for Professionals
Advanced Clinical IV Nutritional Therapy
February 2-3, 2013, Live in Toronto, Canada and Online
12 CE total: 12 pharmacy hours

Institute of Woman's Health and Integrative Medicine
Challenges and Controversies in Women's Health and Clinical Practice
January 25-27, 2013, Portland, Oregon
12.25 CE total: 10 general and 2.25 pharmacy hours
 

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