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Events in London:

Cancer: protocols for better outcomes

2 CPD   Thurs 28th Nov

Nutrition in Mood and Mental Illness

2 CPD      Sat. 30th Nov

Emergency First Aid at Work (inc. Paediatric)

8 CPD   Sat. 30th Nov

Digestive Enzyme Therapy in GI disorders

2 CPD Wed. 29th Jan

Nutrition interventions for pain and inflammation

2 CPD Wed. 4th 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 

Nutrition interventions for pain and inflammation

2 CPD Wed 26th Feb

Bristol

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Edinburgh

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Manchester

How to affect immune response with nutrition

2 CPD    Thurs 14th Nov

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

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How to affect immune response with nutrition

Brighton, Manchester

2 CPD

The immune system is a highly interactive and complex function of the human body. Intelligent in its workings, the immune system is constantly making decisions and taking actions that protect its human home. When the immune system is irregular, we can see autoimmune conditions, allergies, and perhaps an inability to recover from virus or infection or a hyperactive reaction to previously safe substances.

In this lecture, Lauren Craven-Niemczyk will be explaining how nutrients like beta-glucans modulate the immune response, the reasons that immune defences can be lowered and how to reduce the severity of allergic reactions and allergies.

Brighton

WHEN

Thurs 10th Oct
6.30pm - 8.30pm

WHERE

Friends Meeting House
Ship Street, B1

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5

Non ANP Members: £15


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Manchester

WHEN

Thurs 14th Nov
6.30pm - 8.30pm

WHERE

6 Mount St
Manchester
M2 5NS

TICKETS

ANP Members: Free

Non ANP Members: £15


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Cancer: protocols for better outcomes

by Patricia Peat

London

Many practitioners feel intimidated when approached with a cancer client. Cancer is a health experience during which a well-trained practitioner can make a tremendous difference to the overall outcome for their client. Patricia Peat, founder of Cancer Options, has been working with cancer patients for over 20 years. In this 90 minute lecture, Patricia will outline the therapies and nutraceuticals that she has used successfully to bring relief for her clients. With this information, practitioners will gain the confidence they need to confidently approach experiences such as nausea, fatigue, weight loss and anxiety for clients experiencing cancer.  

About Patricia Peat

In her 20 years as an oncology nurse, Cancer Options founder Patricia Peat saw thousands of cancer patients struggle with difficult emotions: shock, fear, anxiety, grief, trepidation, uncertainty.

But for many people, the worst feeling was of not being in control – of their treatment, their future, their health outcomes.

Also of not being listened to when they wanted to find ways to help themselves, “the sense of disempowerment was palpable”.

Patricia recognised that what people needed was access to quality, up-to-date information and research about all the latest and best approaches to the treatment and management of their illness so they could take charge of their cancer decisions – and reclaim their health choices for themselves.

WHEN

Thurs 28th Nov
6.30 - 8.30pm 

WHERE

CNM, 25 Percy Circus
London
WC1X 9EU

TICKETS

ANP Members: £5
Non ANP Members: £15


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Nutrition in Mood and Mental illness

by Ray Griffiths

London

Diet is an important modifiable risk factor in mood, cognition and behavioural disorders. 

At this talk, author, lecturer and Nutritional Therapist, Ray Griffiths will discuss the role of the hippocampus (otherwise referred to as the seahorse in our brain) in depression and mood disorders, covering the underlying mechanisms, including neurogenesis, inflammation and neurotrophins. 

Learning outcomes:

·  How to protect our inner seahorse, the hippocampus, from shrinking during stress  

· How we can help our hippocampus regrow through neurogenesis to not only protect us from depression, but also Alzheimer's disease in later life

· Why mitochondria are important in brain function and the stress response

· The role of social and environmental enrichment in mood and mental illness. 

WHEN

Sat. 13th Nov
9.30am - 12.30pm


WHERE

CNM, 25 Percy Circus
London
WC1X 9EU


TICKETS

ANP Members: £15
Non ANP Members: £25 (includes book)


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Emergency First Aid at Work Certificate (including Paediatric) 

by FLEX Training

London

The content of this course provides basic lifesaving first aid and workplace health and safety regulation, for adults and children covering the following.   

  • Health and safety (first aid) regulations
  • Managing an emergency                    
  • Resuscitation (adult and paediatric CPR)
  • Communication and casualty care
  • Seizures
  • Bleeding (minor and severe)
  • Shock burns
  • Unresponsive casualty
  • Choking 
  • Defibrillator pad placement
  • Defibrillator prompts and how to respond 

Upon completion participants will receive a certificate of training for adult emergency first aid at work and paediatric emergency first aid at work which is valid for 3 years.


WHEN

Sat. 13th Nov
9.30am - 4.30pm


WHERE

CNM, 25 Percy Circus
London
WC1X 9EU


TICKETS

ANP Members: £95
Non ANP Members: £140 


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