Functional Medicine CE – Continuing Education

Functional Medicine CE

Virtual Symposium July 10, 2021

Functional Medicine Approaches to Women's Health

Who’s Speaking

Vanessa Lesneski

PharmD, BCPS, CPh

Carrie Jones

ND, FABNE, MPH

Lara Zakaria

PharmD MS CNS CDN IFMCP

Melody Hartzler

PharmD, BCACP, BC-ADM

Event Schedule

Functional Medicine Approaches to Women’s Health

July 10, 2021

Learning Objectives

  • Recall the physiology for production of steroid, thyroid, and sex hormones, highlighting the major factors that influence these pathways.
  • Identify dysfunctional hormonal patterns during the reproductive years.
  • Describe the primary ways in which stress can affect hormone production.

Learning Objectives

  • Briefly review the HPA axis to include how acute and chronic stress affects signaling including testing options.
  • Understand the cortisol awakening response (CAR), how it is signaled, its significance in health outcomes and its relationship to resilience.
  • Discuss the comorbidities because of chronic stress to include its effect on mood, the cardiovascular system and the HPA axis.
  • Discuss treatment considerations to help improve the stress response, calm the HPA axis and reduce comorbidities.

Learning Objectives

  • Discuss pathophysiology of thyroid disorders.
  • Review evaluation of hypothyroid conditions.
  • Recommend treatment plans for hypothyroid patients that include dietary changes, gut healing, and nutrient supplementation.

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Pricing

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Silver

$159

Pharmacist

  • 7 Hours of CE
  • Live Sessions Only
  • No Recordings
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2021 Annual Pass

$499

Pharmacist

  • 3 Yearly CE Conferences
  • Live Sessions
  • Video Recordings
  • Live virtual CE in March, July, November
  • Watch March's session immediately
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Event Information

location

Venue

Your home, or favorite coffee shop. Everything is online.

Transport

Transport

No travel needed. Online so you just need to find a quiet place to listen.

Hotel & Restaurant

Hotel & Restaurant

Hotels are overrated. Sleep in your own bed and make your own food.