Naturopathic Approach to Pediatric & Women's Health: Vaccinations, Infections, Respiratory Illness, Infant Nutrition, Menopause, Cervical Dysplasia & Heart Disease (WANPHOME-09SPEC000)

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WANP Member - Audio CDs & Handouts with 12 CEUs $ 245.00
WANP Member - Audio CDs & Handouts only $ 75.00
Non-Member - Audio CDs & Handouts with 12 CEUs $ 335.00
Non-Member - Audio CDs & Handouts only $ 85.00
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Audience Naturopaths, nurses, medical doctors
Home Study for Naturopaths
Home Study on Audio CDs
Credits 12
Prerequisites
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Instructors: Various. Approved for 12 CEUs/CMEs for: NDs (except CA), RNs & ARNPs in WA, MDs & PAs - Category II CMEs. This package contains 14 audio CD's and a copy of presenter's handouts on CD.

This seminar was recorded at Bastyr University in March 2009.


Update on Childhood Vaccinations- Michelle Antonich, ND, LM

Naturopathic Medicines for Optimal Health in Mother and Baby: A clinician’s perspective – Mary Bove, ND

Treating Pediatric Respiratory Illness and Infections with Botanical Medicines – Mary Bove, ND

Infant and Toddler Nutrition: What should we be recommending? Seth Cowan, ND, ARNP 

Heart Disease in Women - Rachael Wyman, MD, FACC 

Menopause Update: Tests and treatments for insomnia, vaginal dryness, hot flash control, DUB, anxiety, bone loss, and more - Jane Gultinan, ND 

Little Known Causes of Vaginitis, Cervical Dysplasia Treatment Options and Breast Screening Options - Jane Gultinan, ND 

DUB: Evaluation, imaging and treatment options - Oliver Ochs, MD

Course Notes

Post-course quiz must be completed with a score of 75 percent or higher to receive CEUs.

Instructors

Michelle Antonich, ND, LM

Dr. Michelle Antonich is a naturopathic physician and licensed midwife. For seven years she has practiced in Mount Vernon, WA at Skagit Natural Family Medicine, a primary health care clinic. The majority of her practice is pediatric, women’s health, and midwifery care.  She graduated from Bastyr University in 2000 with her doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and certificate of midwifery. She completed a one-year residency at Bastyr Center for Natural Health. She was a part-time clinical faculty member at Bastyr University’s teaching clinic from 2001-2006.  Dr. Antonich is married to and practices with Dr. Seth Cowan ND, ARNP. They have three small children and enjoy wine, chocolate, and dreaming of an early retirement.

Mary Bove, ND

Dr. Mary Louise Bove is a naturopathic doctor, midwife and herbalist. Dr. Bove practices naturopathic family medicine at the Brattleboro Naturopathic Clinic in Vermont, specializing in women’s health and pediatric medicine. Dr. Bove is the author of the Encyclopedia of Natural Healing for Children and Infants and co-author of Herbs for Women’s Health. Dr. Bove’s clinical pediatric experience inspired her to create a dedicated line of children’s herbal remedies safe for home use. She is currently working together with BioSan Labs as a product formulator and lecturer on whole food nutrition and holistic medicine. Dr. Bove received her doctorate of naturopathic medicine from Bastyr University and her diploma of phytotherapy/herbal medicine at the School of Phytotherapy in Great Britain. She is a member of the American Herbalists Guild.

Seth Cowan, ND, ARNP

Dr. Seth Cowan is a naturopathic physician and family nurse practitioner. He and his wife, Dr. Michelle Antonich, started and own Skagit Natural Family Medicine in Mount Vernon, WA seven years ago. He practices full-time at the growing clinic, incorporating the best of naturopathic and conventional medicine for his family practice patients.

He graduated from Bastyr University in 2001 with a doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and received a master’s in Family Nurse Practitioner from Seattle University in 2007. He earned his bachelor’s degree at the University of Washington in Zoology.  Dr. Cowan enjoys mountain biking, road biking, running, and the peace and quiet that come after all three of his small children go to bed each night.

Rachael Wyman, MD, FACC

Dr. Rachael Wyman was raised in Mount Vernon, Washington.  She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Carroll College in Helena, Montana and her M.D. from the University of Washington Medical School.  During high school, college, and medical school, Dr. Wyman worked on her family’s boat as a commercial fisherman (perhaps that explains a bias towards fish oils).  Her medical residency, Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship, and Preventive Cardiology Fellowship were completed at the University of Wisconsin.  As a preventive cardiologist, Dr. Wyman has special skills in the management of lipid disorders, hypertension, and the identification and treatment of individuals at risk for heart disease.  Dr. Wyman is board certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular medicine, echocardiography, and nuclear cardiology.  She also has expertise in CT angiography, coronary calcium scoring, and the imaging of carotid intima-media thickening.  Dr. Wyman joined Eastside Cardiology in August of 2007 and is the medical director of preventive cardiology at Evergreen Hospital.

Jane Guiltinan, ND

Dr. Jane Guiltinan has been a practicing naturopathic physician for twenty-three years.  She graduated from Bastyr University in 1986, completed two years of residency training at Bastyr, and is currently a clinical professor there.  She has served as Medical Director and Dean of Clinical Affairs at Bastyr.  She was the co-medical director for the King County Natural Medicine Clinic, the first publicly funded integrated health clinic in the United States.  Dr. Guiltinan was the Medical Director for the Healing AIDS Research Project, a clinical research trial studying naturopathic therapies for HIV/AIDS.  She has been involved in several other research studies at Bastyr and the Group Health Center for Health Studies on issues related to menopause and women’s health.  She has presented to both professional and public conferences internationally, including a presentation to a subcommittee of the British Parliament.  She shared the Blackmore International Award for Outstanding Research in Natural Medicine in 1990.  She was awarded the 1995 Physician of the Year by the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians.  In October of 1998 she was appointed to the Board of Trustees of Harborview Medical Center, and is currently serving a third term on that Board.  She was elected to the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians Board of Directors in August of 2002, and served as President in 2006 and 2007.  In October of 2008, Dr. Guiltinan received the Joseph E. Pizzorno Jr. Founders Award at Bastyr University for distinguished service to the University and the naturopathic profession.  Dr. Guiltinan’s practice is focused on women’s health, disease prevention, and wellness promotion.

Oliver Ochs, MD

Dr. Oliver Ochs is an Interventional Radiologist practicing in Radia Medical Imaging, primarily in Edmonds and Everett.  Dr Ochs is a Seattle native and received his medical degree from the University of Washington.  He completed his Radiology Residency in Denver and his Interventional Radiology Training in Portland, OR.  The Radia practice includes both Vascular Surgeons and Interventional Radiologists working in close collaboration to provide the best management for their vascular patients.