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OANP Insulin Intensive Seminar

16 CEU of everything you need to know about insulin, including: types, prescribing, dosing, injecting, interactions, equipment, and how to manage insulin and hypoglycemia, exercise, diet and traveling.

6/9/2012 to 6/10/2012
When: June 9-10, 2012
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Where: NCNM Annex
2719 SW Kelly Ave.
Portland, Oregon  97201
United States
Contact: Laura Farr


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CE & License Renewal Requirements:

Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine and California Naturopathic Doctors Association for 15.75 total hours of CEU, with 14.25 applicable as pharmacy.

Pharmacy CE not needed for that requirement may also be used as General CE. The event is a total of 17.25 hours of coursework, but only the above approvals may be applied to your CEU license requirements.



Program Manual:

The program manual for this event will be distributed on CD only. If you would like to download speakers' notes to print them before the event, please check back on this website the week before the event.

 

Webinar Option:
The entire seminar will be offered via live webinar. Please register as usual, and check the box labeled "click here to "attend" this event via live webinar. You will be given a link to access the webinar after completing your registation.

If you will be attending via webinar, please use this link to test if your computer your computer has what it needs for the webinar.http://ncnm.adobeconnect.com/common/help/en/support/meeting_test.htm

Please note that your webinar will not be a smooth experience if your connection speed is rated as "modem" after taking this test.

 

Schedule:


 Saturday Sunday
  7:30    Registration
   7:30  Registration
  8:00    History & Resources of Insulin
   8:00  Alkaline Treatment of Type 1 Diabetes
  8:40    Basics of Insulin Knowledge
   8:45  Basal/Bolus Dosing of all Diabetes
  9:30    Starting a Patient on Insulin
 10:45  Break
10:00   Break
 11:00  Diabetic Challenges
10:15   Different Insulins
 11:45  Lunch
11:00   Insulin Basic Tools
 12:45  Diabetic Keto Acidosis/HHS
12:00   Lunch   1:30  Treating Hypoglycemia
  1:00   Insulin Accessories
   2:15  The Sick Patient on Insulin
  1:20   How to Inject Insulin
   2:45  Break
  1:40   How to Discuss Insulin with Patients
   3:00  Exercise, Diabetes and Insulin
  2:15   Break
   3:30  Traveling and Insulin
  2:30   Pumps and CGMS
   4:00  Gestational Diabetes
  3:15   Basal Dosing - DM2/LADA/T1DM
   4:45  Break
  4:15   Break
   5:00  Pediatric Patient Insulin Issues
  4:30   Emotional Aspects of Insulin Dependency
   6:00  End
  6:00   End



Registration Fees:


We are offering 3 rate tiers:
  • Early Bird until May 25, 2012
  • Late registration after May 25, 2012
  • Student & Residents. You don't need the CE, but this is important stuff!

A light lunch will be provided for participants. 

   Early Late
Member
 $260 $300
Non-Member  $325  $375

Student & Resident

(Residents must contact OANP for assistance with registration)

 $100
 $100
Exhibitors (includes 8' x 13" half-depth table, 1 complimentary CE, and meals/refreshments for 1 person)
$500



Speaker Bios:

Mona Morstein, ND

Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine & Health Sciences

Dr. Morstein is a naturopathic physician with extensive diabetic expertise in naturopathic medicine. Dr. Morstein has mentored with a T1DM and diabetologist, Dr. Richard Bernstein in N.Y., who is author of a highly regarded book on diabetes "Dr. Bernstein’s Diabetes Solution.”

Dr. Morstein has been interviewed by MSNBC on using alternative medicine for diabetes, and has spoken at conferences including: Arizona Dept of Health Gestational Diabetes Seminar, ADA Phoenix Exposition, and numerous international naturopathic conferences. Dr. Morstein, in addition to her private practice, is the Department Head for Nutrition at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine.

She is a dynamic speaker, adept at blending the nitty gritty science of insulin with humor and years of case studies.

 

  Dan & Sally Roman

The Romans are the proud parents of 2 type 1 diabetic children who have successfully managed their disease entirely by lifestyle changes. Dan & Sally offer consultations, recipe e-books, a home study course, workshops and support to people with types 1 and 2 diabetes. They collaborate with health care professionals and educate people on the practical application of lifestyle solutions to help minimize or eliminate the need for insulin and other medications.

 

Julia Hanfling, RD, CDE

Julia is a Dietician and Diabetes Educator, and has over 20 years of experience teaching patients how to implement diet and lifestyle changes as part of a diabetes diagnosis. She has a special interest in approaching the psychological issues surrounding diabetes. She helps patients with all aspects of diabetes, including: Type 1 & Type 2, gestational, prediabetes, and metabolic syndrome.

 

Partners:
This event is co-sponsored with the National College of Natural Medicine's CE Department. We are eternally grateful for access to their facilities, A/V, webinar software and technical support.

 

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