NCNM Continuing Education
Questions? Contact the CE Team, firstname.lastname@example.org
Continuing education courses are available on our campus and online as live, interactive webinars. We also have a wide selection of recorded courses that can be streamed on–demand. Click here to browse our catalog of on–demand videos!
Need Continuing Medical Education credits? Look for the CE symbol.
Need CEUs to renew your license? Want to stock up for next year? Come participate in the Holiday Homecoming CE Extravaganza, and then enjoy a cup of cheer with colleagues at the Alumni mixer. There are several exciting courses; choose your own adventure. Schedule coming soon!
Six modular courses offered monthly in NCNM’s Anatomy Lab will consist of observation and discussion of the six human cadavers utilized by the first-year students, which undergo prosection throughout the academic year. Dr. Dominic Anaya, NCNM’s Anatomy Lab Director and Prosector, will explain the anatomical features and pathological processes evident in the tissue exposed via prosection, and field questions with regard to clinical relevance. Modules may be taken out of sequence.
January 11-12, 2014
NCNM Academic Building, Room 201
Presenter: Brian Weller
Ultimate Study Skills will teach you practical skills and study techniques based on your brain's learning patterns. Increase your reading speed, comprehension and retention
Note: No CEUs are offered.
January 18-19, 2014
NCNM Academic Building, Room 310
Attend in person or online webinar
Presenters: Mark Pimentel, MD, FRCPC, Steven Sandberg-Lewis, ND, DHANP, Allison Siebecker, ND, MSOM, LAc, Leonard B. Weinstock, MD
The SIBO Symposium is an evidence-based educational program on managing small bowel intestinal overgrowth. Join NCNM and the SIBO Center in welcoming the leading experts in the field who will share their knowledge on the relationship between SIBO, IBS, and other associated conditions.
Women in Balance Institute: Women's Health Clinical Case Discussions–2014
Join us to share practice successes, failures or otherwise interesting women’s health tid-bits. Share your tough cases, get input from your colleagues and earn CE credit! Attendance can be either live at the NCNM campus or via webinar (from the comfort of your own home or office)
Traditional Roots Institute Speaker Series: Essential Oils and Human Physiology: An Introduction to Clinical Aromatherapy
Join Traditional Roots and registered aromatherapist Amanda Lattin for a comprehensive investigation of the science and clinical application of aromatherapy. In Friday night’s free talk, Lattin presents an overview of the chemistry, physiology and clinical uses of essential oils. The hands-on weekend workshop offers an in-depth look at 10 of the most important essential oils in practice, including biochemistry, chakra/endocrine system correlations, specific protocols, safety and contraindications.
Connect with the greater community and learn about innovative natural health trends!
Get up–to–date on what is new in the natural health community. Health Biz Expo is a spectacular day–long event full of activities geared toward healthcare students and practitioners of all disciplines.
Current Perspectives &
Management of IBS
January 18-19, 2014
Register by Dec. 15 & Save $50
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March 15-16, 2014
Food As Medicine Conference
April 5-6, 2014
AANM Conference (Midwifery)
April 26, 2014
Traditional Roots Institute Herbal Conference
May 16-18, 2014
Women's Health Symposium
June 7-8, 2014
More information to come.
Looking for a conference to attend? Visit our Alumni Conferences page for a comprehensive listing of upcoming conferences in natural medicine.
NCNM Continuing Education Policies regarding registration, class wait lists, cancellation, refunds, CME and other frequently asked questions.