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2017 Insulin Intensive Seminar

September 9 @ 8:00 am - September 10 @ 5:00 pm

November 4–5, 2017
NUNM Campus, 049 SW Porter St, Map & Directions

One in four diabetic patients are prescribed insulin; a total of about 7 million patients in the U.S. If you work with diabetic patients, it’s critical to know how to use insulin in all of its forms and be familiar with pens, pumps and other insulin accessories. It is vital to know the difference between basal, bolus and correction dosing, and know how to safely and effectively institute and modify doses for all patients. Which drugs go with insulin and which do not? How do you treat hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia quickly and efficiently? How do you work with insulin for a diabetic athlete?

Become clinically knowledgeable about insulin with Dr. Mona Morstein, a diabetic expert. This seminar will prepare you to work with all types of diabetic patients, including pediatric T1DM patients. You will be able to start using insulin confidently!

12 CEUs to be applied for through OBNM
12 Category B credits to be applied for through California Board of Chiropractic Examiners

Mona Morstein, ND

Dr. Mona Morstein | Insulin Intensive SeminarDr. Mona Morstein has been a naturopathic physician for 25 years. She earned a BS, summa cum laude, in Foods and Nutrition from Arizona State University in 1984, and her ND degree from NCNM (now NUNM) in 1988, followed by a year’s residency in family practice at NCNM. Dr. Morstein is considered an expert on obesity, diabetes, pre-diabetes, insulin resistance and gastroenterological conditions. She treats hormonal conditions, including thyroid, adrenal, PCOS and bioidentical hormone prescription.

She has spoken internationally on diabetes, been interviewed on CNBC about using alternative medicine to treat type 2 diabetes, and has also lectured on nutrition and gastroenterological conditions. Dr. Morstein has written numerous articles on diabetes, and is one of a handful of naturopathic physicians who has the skill to correctly prescribe and monitor insulin for all patients.

Registration

Registration is available for both in-person and webinar options.

EEB – Extra Early Bird ends September 22, 2017; EB – Early Bird ends October 20, 2017

Physicians & Health Care Providers: $325 – EEB, $350 – EB, $400 – General

NCNM Alumni: $300 – EEB, $325 – EB, $375 – General

NUNM Students & Other Medical Students, ID required at the door: $75 – EEB, $100 – EB, $150 – General

All students registering with a “student.nunm.edu” email address will be automatically entered to have their registration fee covered by Integrative Therapeutics. One student will be selected per conference. Does not apply to webinar attendance. Winners will have their registration fee refunded no less than one week prior to the event.

Details

Start:
September 9 @ 8:00 am
End:
September 10 @ 5:00 pm
Cost:
$75 - $400

Tickets

100 available
2017 Insulin Intensive, Physicians & Health Care Providers, EEB$325.00
100 available
2017 Insulin Intensive, NUNM Alumni, EEB$300.00
100 available
2017 Insulin Intensive, NUNM Students & Other Medical Students, EEB$75.00