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Atopy and Herbal Medicine

Sun 11th Nov

How to interpret blood test panels

Thurs 22nd Nov 

HPA axis - how to increase nutritional efficiency

Thurs 29th Nov

Referencing workshop for students

Tues 4th Dec

Belfast

How to work with oxygen to reverse a disease process

Tues 20th Nov

How to interpret blood test panels

Tues 18th Dec

Birmingham

Methylation and folate: gut and hormone implications

Tues. 13th Nov

How to work with oxygen to reverse a disease process 

Weds 21st Nov

How to interpret blood test panels

Thurs 6th Dec

Brighton

How to interpret blood test panels

Thurs 29th Nov 

Bristol

How To Interpret Blood Test Panels

Weds 28th Nov

Edinburgh

Mushrooms: Key Supports in Cancer Care

Tues 13th Nov

How to work with oxygen to reverse a disease process

Thurs 22nd Nov

How to interpret blood test panels

Weds 12th Dec

Manchester

Gut-Brain-Microbiota Axis by Genova Diagnostics

Thurs 8th Nov

How to interpret blood test panels

Thurs 13th Dec

HPA Axis: How to increase nutritional efficiency 

Weds 28 Nov

Dublin

Gut Testing and Interpretation

Sat 10th Nov – HALF DAY

How to interpret blood test panels

Thurs 20th Dec

Galway

How to interpret blood Test Panels Webinar



Cork

How to interpret blood Test Panels Webinar


 

Atopy and Herbal Medicine

London

By Bevin Clare

The rise of atopic conditions (allergies, asthma, and eczema) signifies deep immunological and ecological imbalances. With a deeper understanding of their origin we will approach a multi-faceted therapeutic plan of herbal medicines for individuals with atopic conditions as well as prevention for the next generation. 

Sambucus: A Global Medicine

Take a journey to discover new information about the Sambucus genera and their application, research, and lore around the globe with specific clinical prescriptions as well as a presentation rich with the story and lore of these globally embraced plants.

Clinical Applications of Therapeutic Herbal Foods and Preparations

Through a series of clinical case studies, explore the use of medicinal plants in many forms in daily, dietary preparations with therapeutic targets. Learn about the preparation and application of herbal powders in clinical practice and how to effectively prepare them in palatable ways. With each case-study, the use of plants in medicinal preparations such as soups, pestos, beverages, and even healing desserts will be shared. As herbalists, we have the option to move beyond the bottle to a sensory approach to herbal medicine which can fit seamlessly into life and practice.   

About Bevin Clare

Bevin Clare, M.S., R.H., CNS, is a clinical herbalist and nutritionist and an Associate Professor and Program Manager of the Post-Master's Certificate in Clinical Herbalism at the Maryland University of Integrative Health. She holds a MSc in Infectious Disease from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, serves on as an adjunct Assistant Professor at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and is an Adjunct Associate Professor at the New York Chiropractic College. 

Bevin has studied herbal medicine around the world and blends her knowledge of traditional uses of plants with modern science and contemporary healthcare strategies as a consultant and educator. Bevin is the president of the American Herbalists Guild, the largest body of professional clinical herbalists in the US. 

She is founder of the Herbal Clinic for All program, providing cost-free herbal medicine healthcare since 2007 and is a board member of the United Plant Savers, a group working to protect at-risk medicinal plants in North America. You can find Bevin’s musing on a variety of Clinical Herbalism topics, including infectious disease, at www.bevinclare.com

She resides on a beautiful piece of earth in Maryland with her family.

WHEN

11th Nov 2018
10:00 - 17:30


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WHERE

25 Percy Circus
London
WC1X 9EU

TICKETS

ANP Members: £25.00
Non ANP Members: £75.00

Methylation and folate: gut and hormone implications

Birmingham

by Sue McGarrigle

This lecture provides an overview of the methylation cycle, methylation imbalances, the folate cycle, the various forms of folate and their metabolism as well as gut influences on the methylation cycle and neurotransmitters, recognition of histadelia and histapenia as well as the role of MTHFR and other enzymes in the cycle and clinical aspects. Plus, a look at the importance of certain gut bacteria and proteolytic enzymes.

About the speaker

Sue McGarrigle is a clinical nutritionist and naturopath and has practiced as a Clinical Nutritionist since 2001. As a lecturer to college and university students to Masters level, Sue has trained hundreds of healthcare and medical practitioners in many aspects of nutritional therapy. She writes as a regular contributor of specialist nutrition articles for magazines and newspapers. Her lectures offer a comprehensive approach to nutrition practice and practical naturopathic techniques.

Booking is essential. Discounts for ANP members.

The ANP, is a professional Association representing Naturopathic Therapists. As Naturopathy is based on principles and not on a specific therapy, one can find a Naturopathic Therapist practicing as Homeopath, Herbalist, Acupuncturist, or Nutritional Therapist. www.theanp.co.uk


WHEN

13 Nov 2018
19:30 - 20:30


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WHERE

Birmingham

TICKETS

Members Ticket – £5.00
Special guest – £5.00 [Registration code required]
Standard Ticket – £10.00

Gut-Brain-Microbiota Axis by Genova Diagnostics

Edinburgh, Manchester, Dublin

by Kate Osbourne

The gut-brain axis (GBA) consists of bidirectional communication between the central and the enteric nervous system, linking emotional and cognitive centers of the brain with peripheral intestinal functions.

The importance of the gut–brain axis in regulating stress-related responses has long been appreciated. More recently, the microbiota has emerged as a key player in the control of this axis, especially during conditions of stress.

This seminar will discuss the cross-talk of the gut and the brain with the immune system via the vagus nerve. We will discuss the Adrenal Stress Profile to detect imbalances in the daily circadian secretions of the stress hormones cortisol and DHEA. Imbalances in these hormones can indicate an inappropriate response that can negatively impact energy levels, emotions, and many other health complaints. These include anxiety, chronic inflammatory conditions, allergies, chronic fatigue syndrome, insomnia, depression, migraines, headaches, recurrent infections, menstrual difficulties and infertility.

Manchester 

WHEN

Thurs 8th Nov
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Friends Meeting House, 6 Mount Street, M2 5NS

TICKETS

ANP members: £5.00
Non ANP members: £15.00

Gut Testing and Interpretation

Dublin, Galway, Cork

by Sue McGarrigle and Mark Howard

What are the events leading up to the decisions for gut testing? Which tests are pertinent to the various conditions and what are the clinical aspects we need to consider when we get the results including dietary changes.

About the speakers:

Sue McGarrigle is a clinical nutritionist and naturopath and has practiced as a Clinical Nutritionist since 2001. As a lecturer to college and university students to Masters level, Sue has trained hundreds of healthcare and medical practitioners in many aspects of nutritional therapy. She writes as a regular contributor of specialist nutrition articles for magazines and newspapers. Her lectures offer a comprehensive approach to nutrition practice and practical naturopathic techniques.

Mark Howard from Biolab the London based medical referral laboratory which specialises in nutritional and environmental medicine will also discuss their extensive range of profiles not only for assessing the health of the digestive tract but other effects of twenty first century lifestyles on our bodies. 

Booking is essential. Discounts for ANP members. 

Dublin 

WHEN

Sat. 10th Nov
10.00am - 2.00pm 

WHERE

25 Wolfe Tone Street
North City
Dublin 1
D01 E167

TICKETS

ANP members: Free
Non ANP Members: £20.00

HPA axis - how to increase nutritional efficiency

London, Manchester

By Dr. Michael Kiriac, PhD and Roland Thomas, NMD 

Dr. Michael Kiriac, PhD is an Algae scientist and researcher. His research shows how cancers, chronic hormonal imbalances, blood sugar imbalance, cardiovascular problems, osteoporosis, weight gain, nutritional deficiencies, poor digestive function, fatigue and the many inflammatory related conditions like arthritis and chronic pain are all connected to the HPA axis and effiency of nutrient absorption. 

In his 22 years of research, Dr Kiriac has discovered that multiple forms, delivery methods and dosages of Algae types and blends have  radically significant impacts on nutrient absorption and nutrient efficiency within the body. 

In this this lecture, Dr Kiriac will explain how to use algae types, dosages, forms and methods to dramatically increase nutrient levels in your client within an overall protocol. 2 CPD.

Michael Kiriac, PhD, ND

For 22 years, on behalf of the Academy of Science of the former Soviet Union, and as director of the nutritional sciences department of the Ministry of Agriculture, Dr Kiriac lead the effort to develop nutritional solutions to alleviate diseases and increase productivity in the livestock industry of the former USSR. A bio-pioneer, he is the author of scientific papers and patents in the science and technology of growing and enhancing microalgae for animal and human health. He is the recipient of several medals and awards for the invention of Bio-Algae Concentrates. Founder and CEO of BioNutrition, Dr Kiriac lectures on, and promotes natural medicine around the world. Dr Kiriac continues to lecture and educate wellness professionals in Canada, the United States and Europe.

Roland Thomas, NMD 

Founder of BioAge, editor of its monthly wellness e-newsletter, and author of the books “The Magic of Bio-Algae Concentrates” and “Awakening the Genius Within”. After meeting algae scientist Michael Kiriac, PhD in 2001, Roland introduced nutritional algae blends as a solution in his practice. In supporting cancer clients for many years, Roland has learned that there is more than one way to beat cancer. Mr Thomas is a member of the American Naturopathic Medical Association. He received a Science degree from the University of Montreal, a Doctorate of Naturopathy from Trinity College of Natural Health, and a Doctorate in Natural Medicine from International Quantum University of Integrated Medicine.

London 

WHEN

Thurs 29th Nov
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

25 Percy Circus, London
WC1X

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £10

Manchester 

WHEN

Weds 28th Nov
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Manchester, Friends Meeting House, 6 Mount St, Manchester M2 5NS

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £10


How to interpret blood test panels

London, Birmingham, Manchester, Brighton, Bristol, Dublin, Edinburgh

By Jonathan Cohen

When testing for blood data, many practitioners are interested in understanding what is a normal range and what is an optimal range? Whilst normal and optimal is good information, more significant and powerful is the pattern of the results. The pattern of results from a comprehensive blood test will paint a clear picture of what is happening to your client, and narrow down the area from which the problem is arising. Focusing your protocol on the source of symptoms, rather than the ranges themselves allows practitioners to make powerful health improvements to their client's health.

About Jonathan

Jonathan is the clinic director of the Centre for Applied Nutrition which specialises in complex and hard to treat cases across a broad spectrum of health issues including Lyme disease, Lyme co-infections, neurological issues, GI tract issues amongst others.

London 

WHEN

Thurs. 22nd Nov
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

25 Percy Circus, London
WC1X

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £20


Dublin

WHEN

Thurs 20th Dec
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

S Circular Rd
Merchants Quay
Dublin 8
D08 VO4N

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £20

Manchester

WHEN

Thurs 13th Dec
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Manchester, Friends’ Meeting House
6 Mount Street
Manchester
M2 5NS

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £20

Brighton

WHEN

Thurs 29th Nov
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Friends Meeting House
Ship St
Brighton
BN1 1AF

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £20

Birmingham

WHEN

Thurs 6th Dec
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Cannon Hill Park
Queen's Ride
Birmingham
B12 9QH

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £20

Edinburgh

WHEN

Weds 12th Dec
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Napiers University
10 Colinton Rd
Edinburgh
EH10 5DT

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £20

Bristol

WHEN

Weds 28th Nov
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

1B Woodlands Court
Ash Ridge Road
Almondsbury
Bristol, BS32

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £20

Belfast

WHEN

Tues 18th Dec
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Central Building TEL 15 Stranmillis University College
Stranmillis Road
Belfast, BT9 5DY

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £20

 
Mushrooms: Key Supports in Cancer Care

Edinburgh

by Annie Breen 

Nutritional Therapist and Mycotherapist Annie Breen will explain to attendees the key medicinal mushrooms used in functional medicine and how they can effectively be used in the field of Integrative Oncology.

Learn how mushrooms can support people in cancer care. Mushrooms can not only reduce the toxic effects of chemotherapy and radiation therapy, improve drug outcomes but also target tumour cells in the cancer pathway.

The event will include evidence based research and trials, case studies and tested protocols.

About Annie Breen:

Annie Breen, Registered Nutritional Therapist and Practitioner Account Manager for Hifas da Terra in Edinburgh. Graduated from CNM in Birmingham now living a practising in Edinburgh. Founder of 'BeYouMum' a Nutritional therapy based coaching programme specialising in Mum self care and post natal depletion.


WHEN

13 Nov 2018
18:30 - 20:30


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WHERE

Napiers University
Merchiston Campus
10 Colinton Rd
Edinburgh
EH10 5DT

TICKETS

ANP Members – £5.00
Non Members – £10.00

How to work with oxygen to reverse a disease process

Belfast, Birmingham, Edinburgh

by Dr Lyons

During the formation of illness, body tissues become acidic and the ability of the body to regenerate is significantly impaired. In this state of hypoxia, the body and the tissues are low in oxygen and acidic. Delivering oxygen to the tissues will bring about a positive health change, but so far delivery methods for adding oxygen to cells have proved only marginally successful.  Dr Lyons has found a method to create oxygen in liquid form, thus allowing oxygen delivery directly into the body, the blood and subsequently the tissues.  

In this 2 hour lecture, Dr Lyons will be presenting his research to show how oxygen will affect Ph,detoxify free radicals, increase immune activity, accelerate healing and in many instances generate a recovery. 2 CPD.

Belfast

WHEN

Tues 20th Nov
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Central Building TEL 15
Stranmillis University College
Stranmillis Road
Belfast, BT9 5DY

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £20


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Birmingham

WHEN

Weds 21st Nov
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Cannon Hill Park
Queen's Ride
Birmingham
B12 9QH

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £20


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Edinburgh

WHEN

Thurs 22nd Nov
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

Merchiston Campus
10 Colinton Rd
Edinburgh
EH10 5DT

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £20


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Referencing workshop for students

London

This referencing workshop is for students who would like further training and more in depth information on referencing for essays and academic writing. 

WHEN

4th Dec 2018
18:30 - 20:30


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WHERE

25 Percy Circus
London
WC1X 9EU

TICKETS

ANP Members – £10.00
Non Members – £20.00


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