16th Annual Natural Supplements: An Evidence-Based Update
Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina, 1380 Harbor Island Drive, San Diego, 92101, United States
09 January 2019 - 13 January 2019Summary
This interactive educational event is a must-attend for anyone wanting to acquire a wide-range of knowledge and expertise for addressing and managing dietary supplement use.Overview
• Three days of evidenced-based educational sessions presented by internationally recognized researchers and clinicians
• Full day of interactive workshops to fine tune clinical applications
• Emphasis on disease states
• Newly designed pre-conference seminars which will provide an in-depth look at new cutting-edge topics
• Opportunities to network with faculty and fellow attendees to build relationships with like-minded practitioners
Scientific evidence has shown that food choices and certain supplements can improve health and symptoms of disease. As a result, many Americans are self-prescribing and spending in excess of $30 billion annually on herbal and dietary supplements to address their health concerns. It is important for health care providers to receive timely, evidence-based information in order to address the risks and benefits of supplements with their patients. In this dynamic partnership with patients, providers also need information about regulatory issues, dosing and product potency. To address these needs, world-renowned faculty will present a concise, clinically relevant overview of natural supplements in evidence-based practice, with an emphasis on disease states. This medical education event is a must-attend for anyone wanting to acquire a wide-range of knowledge and expertise for addressing and managing dietary supplement use.
This course is intended for any health care professional who makes nutritional recommendations or manages dietary supplement use.
Scripps Health is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.More Information »