2017 CEUs

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CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT 2017 November Wise Traditions Conference
$65 fee for Nurses and Acupuncturists
Nurses and acupuncturists must sign in at the CEU table daily to receive credit. Nurses attend certain lectures*, and submit an evaluation. Acupuncturists must submit an evaluation and attendance record.

Approving Organizations

  • Nursing: This activity is approved by the Maryland Nurses Association for approval to award contact hours. The Maryland Nurses Association is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation (ANCC), all states accept this. Please note only certain lectures are approved for credit* (see below) 5 credit hours per day on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, for a total possible of 20 hours. NOTE: The main conference fees cover Friday through Sunday. Attending Monday’s seminars require an additional fee.
  • Acupuncture: Approved by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM): Possible number of points is 24.5 PDA for full conference including MONDAY. Maximum each day: Friday = 8 PDAs, Saturday = 5.5, Sunday = 6, Monday = 6 (PDA points are accepted by all states except California.)

The fees for CEUs is $25 per day or $65 for all three days. In an effort to keep our registration fees low, we do not build this fee into the registration price but charge only those receiving credit.

For RDs, some NDs and some nutritionists, a Certificate of Attendance will suffice to give you 5 credit hours each day. You do not have to sign in or submit an evaluation. You simply receive the certificate which you submit to your board or school.

RDs only need to get the $5 Certificate of Attendance. According to the Commission on Dietetic Registration, CDR Credentialed Practitioners may receive up to 15 cpeus for attending our conference (5 more for Monday). You will not need to sign in each day but will have to obtain and retain in your files a certificate of attendance. You will need to keep track and submit talks attended and of the appropriate Learning Need Codes. If you are in Florida, Illinois, Pennsylvania or Texas you should check with your board to see if they will accept this.

Nutritionists: Check with your professional board to see if they will accept this.

Other Professions: You can get a Certificate of Attendance and see if your board will accept it.

Nurses: Approved Sessions (these are the sessions you can attend for credit)

Friday, November 10
Friday 10:00-5:00
Natasha Campbell-McBride: Gut and Psychology Syndrome (GAPS)

  • Part I: GAPS
  • Part II: GAPS
  • Vegetarianism Explained

Ronda Nelson, PhD: Nourishing Your Thyroid: The 7 Key Principles for Optimizing Thyroid Health

  • Part I: Understanding How Your Thyroid Works
  • Part II: Bridging the Nutritional Gap
  • Part III: Proper Testing, Support and General Recommendations

Laura Schoenfeld, RD, MPH, STRESS PROOF: Creating a Diet and Lifestyle to Recover From “Adrenal Fatigue” or HPA-D

  • Part I: Defining “Stress” and the 4 Main Triggers of Adrenal Fatigue (HPA-D)
  • Part II: How Diet and Exercise Help (or Harm) Your HPA Axis Function
  • Part III: Supplements, Sleep, and Stress Management for Promoting A Healthy HPA-Axis

Saturday, November 11
Nourishing Traditional Diets
Sally Fallon Morell, MA

  • Characteristics of Healthy Diets
  • Know Your Fats
  • How to Change Your Diet for the Better

Hormone Health
Karen Lyke, CCN: The HPA (Hypothalamus-Pituitary-Adrenal) Axis: An Introduction to the Major Hormones Which Operate and Maintain the Body

  • Kim Schuette, CN: Recovery from Bioidentical Hormones
  • Chris Masterjohn, PhD: A Balanced Hormonal Milieu
  • Lindsea Willon, MS, NTP: Tone Your Hormones: How Exercise Affects Insulin Resistance & Inflammation

Wellness Track

  • Stephanie Seneff, PhD: Everything You Wanted to Know About Glyphosate but Were Afraid to Ask
  • Tom Cowan, MD: The Fountain of Youth May Actually Be a Water Fountain – The Role of Water in the Cell Biology

Sunday, November 12
Sunday 9:00-4:20
Nutrition for the Mind & Eyes
– Amy Berger: Nourish Your Neurons: Preventing Alzheimer’s with Good Nutrition
– Chris Knobbe, MD: Macular Degeneration – Preventable and Treatable with an Ancestral Diet?
– Jodi Ledley: Eliminating Migraines, Chronic Pain and the Many Other Related Symptoms of Abnormal Nerve Function
– Chris Masterjohn, PhD: Fat Soluble Activators for Brain and Eyes

Diet, Exercise, Diabetes
– Donald Weber, DC: The Eight Critical Systems
– Louisa Williams, MS, DC, ND: Exercise Tips from an Exercise Dropout: The Benefits of Active Stretching, Interval Training
– Ben Greenfield: Why You’re Not Losing Weight: Fat Loss Frustration and What to Do About It
– Zoë Harcombe:  The Obesity Epidemic: What Caused It? How Can We Stop It

Monday, November 13
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Chris Masterjohn, PhD: A Master Seminar on Nutrition

Please visit the CEU table or contact Kathy Kramer of the Weston A. Price Foundation, at info@westonaprice.org if you have further questions.