The ANP

Upcoming events

Webinars

Blood Chemistry 

4 CPD       Online

Nutrition in Mood and Mental Illness (Ray Griffiths)

2 CPD        Thurs. 11th Feb

Practitioner Mentoring (Alex Manos)


2 CPD        Thurs. 27th Feb


Events in London:

Digestive Enzyme Therapy in GI  disorders

2 CPD Wed. 29th Jan

Gut Testing: Clinical Aspects Workshop

7 CPD    Sat. 15th Feb


Nutrition interventions for pain and inflammation

2 CPD Thur. 5th March

How to interpret tongue signs workshop

8 CPD  Sat. 2nd May 

Belfast

2020 schedule coming soon

Birmingham

Nutrition interventions for pain and inflammation

2 CPD  Wed 11th March

Brighton

How to affect immune response with nutrition

2 CPD  Thurs 10th Oct

Digestive Enzyme Therapy in GI disorders

2 CPD  Tues 28th Jan 




Bristol

Nutrition interventions for pain and inflammation

2 CPD Wed 26th Feb


Edinburgh

2020 schedule coming soon

Manchester

Nutrition interventions for pain and inflammation

2 CPD    Wed 19th Feb

Dublin

Digestive Enzyme therapy in GI Disorders

2 CPD Wed 22nd Jan

Galway

2020 schedule coming soon

Cork

2020 schedule coming soon

Digestive enzyme therapy in GI disorders

by Dr Michael Murray (USA)

London, Brighton, Dublin

Digestive Enzyme Therapy in GI disorders

Poor digestion causes alterations of the microbiome, biofilm formation, and sets the stage for inflammation. An unbalanced microbiome not only compromises digestion, but can be implicated in a wide range of health concerns. In this practical and dynamic presentation, Dr. Mike Murray will share valuable insights on the healing power of enzymes in a range of GI disorders

Learning outcomes:

  • How modern enzyme therapy can improve digestion and provide relief in GERD, IBS, SIBO,  intestinal permeability and malabsorption
  • The gut connection in Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • How digestive enzymes influence the microbiome and  biofilms.
  • How to support and address enzyme deficiencies, and their application in food intolerances.
  • Practical guidance on selection and dosage of digestive enzymes

About the speaker:

Naturopathic Doctor, Author, “The Magic of Food” and “The Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine” Michael T. Murray, N.D., is regarded as a pioneer of, and one of the world’s leading authorities on, natural medicine. He is a former faculty member and serves on the Board of Regents of Bastyr University in Seattle, the nation’s first accredited naturopathic college, where he received his doctorate in naturopathic medicine in 1985. Murray has written more than 30 books about natural approaches to health and is co-author of the “Textbook of Natural Medicine,” and the best-selling “The Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine,” that has been translated into 14 different languages and has sold more than 2 million copies. His other books include, “What The Drug Companies Won't Tell You And Your Doctor Doesn't Know,” and his recently released “The Magic of Food.” In 2016, Murray received the Nutrition Business Journal Award for Education as an acknowledgement to his lifelong career of educating practitioners and the general public on natural medicine through books and publications, public speaking events, workshops and conferences, as well as through major national media coverage, such as PBS, MSNBC, NBC’s “Dateline,” ABC’s “20/20” and “Primetime,” CBS News “Sunday Morning” and a recent special report on “The Dr. Oz Show” about the science behind natural medicine.



DUBLIN

Wed. 22nd Jan, 6.30am - 8.30pm

WHERE

Ballsbridge Hotel Pembroke Road Ballsbridge, Dublin 4

TICKETS

£30 non ANP members

£15 ANP members

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BRIGHTON

Tues. 28th Jan, 6.30am - 8.30pm

WHERE

Friends Meeting House, Ship Street

TICKETS

£30 non ANP members

£15 ANP members

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LONDON 

Wed. 29th Jan, 6.30am - 8.30pm

WHERE

CNM, 25 Percy Circus, London, WC1X 9EU

TICKETS

£30 non ANP members

£15 ANP members


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Gut Testing: Clinical Aspects Workshop

by Sue McGarrigle, Mark Howard & Alex Manos

London, Brighton

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.

This event will cover SIBO and other common gut tests, as well as the key clinical aspects we must consider as practitioners. 

    About the speakers:

                                                   Sue McGarrigle is a clinical nutritionist and naturopath and has practised 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 the Managing Director from Biolab the London based medical referral laboratory which specialises in nutritional and environmental medicine will 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.






    Alex Manos BSc MSc NASM IFMCP is one of the few Institute for Functional Medicine Certified Practitioners in the UK. He has a master’s degree in Personalised Nutrition and has completed Dr Siebecker’s certification in SIBO treatment. Away from his one-to-one work with clients, Alex lectures at various institutions and runs a mentoring program for practitioners.




    LONDON

    Sat. 15th Feb 9am - 4pm

    WHERE

    College of Naturopathic Medicine, 25 Percy Circus, London, WC1X 9EU

    TICKETS

    £5 non ANP members

    £15 ANP members

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    BRIGHTON

    Sat. 4th Apirl 10am -2.30pm

    WHERE

    Brighton, Friends Meeting House, Ship Street, BN1 1AF

    TICKETS

    £5 non ANP members

    £15 ANP members

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    Nutrition interventions for pain and inflammation

    by Dr Elisabeth Philipps 

    Bristol, Manchester, London, Birmimgham

    Many pathways are involved in pain, pain perception and inflammation. During this talk, Dr Elisabeth Philipps will discuss how the body acts as an interface between the body systems involved in pain and inflammation.

    Learning outcomes:

    · Understand the functional aspects of pain and inflammation

    · Identify how the systems throughout the body interconnect to generate sensations of pain and trigger inflammatory pathways.

     How nutrition and lifestyle interventions can manage acute and chronic inflammatory conditions.

    About the speaker:

    Dr Elisabeth Philipps PhD, BSc Hons, BSc Nutr Med, is a neuropharmacologist and Functional Medicine nutritional therapist with over 18 years’ experience. She runs a thriving health consultancy specialising in nutritional neurology. Elisabeth is a consultant for Nutrigold co-ordinating their busy technical and educational team. Elisabeth is passionate about patient-centred education and Functional Medicine.




    BRISTOL

    Wed. 26th Feb, 6.30am - 8.30pm

    WHERE

    CNM Bristol 1B Woodlands Court BS32 4LB

    Ash Ridge Road


    TICKETS

    £15 non ANP members

    £5 ANP members

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    LONDON

    Thurs. 5th March, 6.30am - 8.30pm

    WHERE

    CNM London, 25 Percy Circus, London. 

    WC1X 9EU 


    TICKETS

    £15 non ANP members

    £5 ANP members

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    MANCHESTER

    Wed. 19th Feb, 6.30am - 8.30pm

    WHERE

    6 Mount St, Manchester M2 5NS

    TICKETS

    £15 non ANP members

    £5 ANP members

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    BIRMINGHAM

    Wed. 11th March, 6.30am - 8.30pm

    WHERE

    Cannon Hill Park, Queen's Ride,

    Birmingham B12 9QH


    TICKETS

    £15 non ANP members

    £5 ANP members

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    How to interpret tongue signs - workshop 

    London

    Saturday 2nd May 10am - 4.00pm

    by Dr Ye Liuzhong


    Laboratory testing can be expensive and invasive for your client.  Getting as much precise diagnostic information from your client from the outset is essential to building a successful protocol and relationship with your client. At this workshop, Dr. Ye Liuxhong will teach you how to check, read and interpret tongue signs of your client.  You will learn, the TCM approach to Tongue diagnosis and differential diagnosis using tongue.

    This event is worth 6 CPD points from the ANP.

    About the speaker

    Dr Ye Liuzhong is a Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner. He graduated from the prestigious Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and has a Masters and Ph.D, as well as completing advanced training in digestive and rheumatic diseases. He is a lecturer, runs his own clinical practice in Norwich and has developed his own diagnosis system that involves tongue, pulse and meridian palpating differentiation.



    LONDON

    Wed. 4th Feb, 6.30am - 8.30pm


    WHERE

    CNM London, 25 Percy Circus, London. 

    WC1X 9EU 


    TICKETS

    £15 non ANP members

    £5 ANP members


    Book now