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Taking an Environmental Exposure History (for Clinicians)

Taking an Environmental Exposure History (for Clinicians)

“This is all of the information I wish I was taught to help my patients with asthma, allergies, autism and chronic fatigue syndrome when I was studying to become a naturopath” Nicole Bijlsma

Taking an Environmental Exposure History (for Clinicians) Workshop

We get that you cant be an expert on everything, so we’ve simplified the whole environmental medical space by providing this one day workshop. The workshop has been specifically designed to enable clinicians (doctors, health practitioners, chiropractors, kinesiologists…) to take an environmental exposure history in order to identify if mould, toxicants, allergens or electromagnetic fields are impacting their patient’s health, understand the process by which building biologists test the home for electromagnetic fields, toxicants and mould, and be provided with accurate and easy tip sheets they can give to their patients to educate them about reducing their exposures to environmental hazards.

Time: 9.30am to 4.30pm

Investment: $495 (includes Healthy Home Healthy Family book, notes and morning tea)

Dates:

  • QLD: Wednesday 17th July, Southport
  • NSW: Tuesday 22nd October, Crows Nest
  • VIC: Saturday 12th October, Ringwood.

To book: ring 1300 889 845 or email info@aces.edu.au