More upcoming events:
March 16 – Annette Schippel, DC – Blood Chemistry and Immune Challenges in (8 CEU’s) in Trumbull CT.
April 6 – Nutritional Support for Inflammation and Stress (5 CEU’s) Standard Process first of its kind event with 4 speakers in Wakefield MA.
March 23 – Bob Scott ND presents at the TOP Conference in Marlborough MA.
April 27-28 – Cori Stern DC presents Nutrition Response Testing (12 CEU’s) in Westwood MA.
May 4 – Bob Scott, ND presents Clinical Strategies Addressing Inflammation, Adrenal and Metabolic Health (6 CEU’s) in Burlington VT.
May 18-19 – Cori Stern DC presents Nutrition Response Testing (12 CEU’s) in Trumbull CT.
May 18 – NHSCS Spring meeting (8 CEU’s) in Nashua NH – Details pending.
June 8 – Kerry Bone BSc (Hons), Dip Phyto, FNIMH, FNHAA, MCPP, FANTA (8 CEU’s) presents Gastrointestinal Health for the Modern World in Peabody MA.
June 22 – Tim Bahan presents Nutritional Technology of the Heart Sound Recorder in Exeter NH - Details pending.
Stuart White DC returns with his Mentoring the Mentors webinar series.
The Upcoming Events link above includes 3 drop down categories where details on these events can be found
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