NUNM Continuing Education

Questions? Contact the CE Team, ceregister@nunm.edu

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 ondemand videos!

Need Continuing Medical Education credits? Look for the CE symbol!

UPCOMING EVENTS


Integrative Health Conf: Pain Management

September 24-25, 2016

Listen as healthcare professionals share clinical expertise in allopathic medicine, naturopathy, osteopathy, chiropractic, psychology, acupuncture and Oriental medicine. Learn how to include multidisciplinary health care in your practice.


Age Wise: Fall 2016 Geriatrics Continuing Education Series

Join the Age Wise Institute in discovering natural approaches to geriatric care. This exclusive 3-part series will create a clear overview of treatment protocols, alternatives to pharmaceutical drugs and an overview and discussions of POLST. This event is pending application for a total of 6.0 CEUs.

Natural Perspective on Geriatric Care, Wednesday, October 12, 2016, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Alternative Therapies to Pharmaceutical Drugs, Wednesday, November 16, 2016, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
POLST: Updates and Discussion, Wednesday, December 7, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.


Insurance Billing and Coding for CAM Providers

October 15-16, 2016

Learn how to enhance your clinical practice through effective insurance billing and coding techniques, tips and essential guidelines. This seminar will help you maximize the payments you receive from insurance companies for the services you provide. Physicians and medical billing staff are invited to attend; bring your office staff!


HOME: Herbal Tea Blending

October 17, 2016

Join the Traditional Roots Institute and herbalist Mel Mutterspaugh for a Hands-On Medicine Evenings (HOME) class. Herbal teas are a simple and tasty way to deliver medicine to promote long-term wellness. We will review the medicinal uses of several readily available herbs, discuss tea as a delivery mechanism and cover blending strategies to make tasty teas.


Herbal First Aid Intensive

October 29-30, 2016

Join herbalist and Wilderness First Responder Greta de la Montagne for a two-day intensive workshop on herbal first aid. The weekend class will cover first-line therapies for conditions ranging from heat exhaustion and parasitic infections to sprains and panic attacks.


2nd Annual Integrative Sports Medicine Conference

November 5-6, 2016

Do you treat athletic injuries in your practice? Do you have patients with questions about athletic training or sports nutrition? Join us for this integrative conference where sports medicine experts from a variety of different fields will share their experience and clinical pearls. Learn about best practices for treating concussions, the effects of new technology on sports training and nutrition, the role of nutrition in sports performance and injury recovery, the benefits of acupuncture for treating athletic injuries, and more!


2016 Diabetes Intensive Seminar

November 19-20, 2016

Become a comprehensive and effective physician for all types of diabetic patients. Leading naturopathic expert on diabetes, Dr. Mona Morstein, will walk through management strategies for Type 1 and Type 2 diabetic patients, from diagnosis to treatment, including ongoing management.


2017 Traditional Roots Herbal Conference

May 19-21, 2017

The fourth annual Traditional Roots Herbal Conference draws on clinical tradition and modern scientific research to offer the best of both worlds. Enrich your knowledge of materia medica, both for general conditions and as applied to clinical cases.


Health Biz Expo: Dermatology: Healthy Skin from the Inside Out

Saturday, March 11, 2017

Join us for this free day-long fun and educational event featuring continuing education, complimentary lunch and dozens of guest companies providing free samples to try out at home. Learn about multi-faceted treatment options as well as research and updates on understanding the underlying causes to external symptoms.