Supplementation in Clinical Practice CESCP | Fall

Instructor: Baljinder Chhoker BSc, ND, CST, BT

This course will focus on the supplements available on the market and how to determine what to use clinically. With so many supplement companies, similar looking products, what should be used when will be thoroughly covered. We will discuss appropriate products for common health conditions such as inflammation, cardiovascular disease and hormone imbalance, and decipher between the many similar formulations for each. Dosing based on maintenance and therapeutic values will be discussed, as well as selecting between nutraceuticals, botanicals, and homeopathics. Many product samples will be provided to each student in this course who will be developing supplement protocols in their clinical practices.

FORMAT: Online, LIVE

LOCATION: Zoom Classroom

SESSIONS: 9 Wednesdays
DATES: TBD—Get on the Wait List through the Register Now button below. 
TIME: 6:30 – 9:30pm Eastern / 3:30 pm – 6:30 pm Pacific
REQUIRED TEXT: Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine by Michael Murray ND & Joseph Pizzorno ND
FEE: 
$460 + HST
REQUIRED DIGITAL COURSE NOTES:
$30 + GST
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: TBD

ACCESS TO MATERIAL:

The day before the course starts registered students will receive an email with LINKS to:

— A copy of the complete Course Outline with test and assignment dates
— Zoom Login and Password
— Digital Course Notes/Power Point Presentation Session 1 of 9
— Sessions 2 to 9 will be sent to registered students after the first class

ARE YOU OUTSIDE OF THE EASTERN TIME ZONE?

You may request to be considered for receiving replays of the course without or with earning the Certificate of Completion, depending on whether you are available to write the tests or hand in assignments on the designated days. We can accommodate schedules on a case by case basis. For more information on not being able to attend LIVE, and wanting to access the replays, please contact Julia Rickert @ julia@instituteofholisticnutrition.com

Please review IHN’s Online & In-Class Continuing Education Course/School Policies