The Complete 2012 "An Integrative Approach to Pediatrics" Course in MP3 on a USB Thumb Drive


An Integrative Approach to Pediatrics ~ October, 2012

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This course is full of new content, research updates and breaking news in pediatric medicine. Evidence-based, time honored and cutting edge conventional and natural medicine therapeutics will be a primary focus of this seminar. Both the common place and the compelling and challenging issues in pediatrics will be included in this comprehensive seminar including research updates, Type 1 diabetes, the top five pediatric endocrinology issues, natural medicine for pediatric endocrinology, pediatric vulvo-vaginal disease, omega-3s in childhood development and behavior, autism spectrum disorders, urgent care issues, common botanical pediatric protocols, parenting interventions and clinical pearls. Our integrative pediatrics seminar is suited for the practitioner who is working with or wants to work with children and wishes to develop and/or enhance their expertise in the use of evidence-based botanical, nutritional and hormonal options, integrating select conventional medical treatments with natural therapeutics, and enhance their skills in evaluation and management. We welcome first- time faculty members Matthew I. Baral, N.D., Tamara J. Cullen, N.D., Karin A. Selva, M.D., Aim‚e Gould Shunney, N.D. and Aarin Meager-Benson, N.D. We are pleased to welcome back Alena G. Guggenheim, N.D. along with regular speaker Tori Hudson, N.D.


One advantage in offering conference recordings on USB drives is that they are compact, about the size of a tube of lipstick. They can hold a large number of lectures, over 100 hours if needed. AND, they are quickly produced. Just plug the drive into a USB port on your computer. As long as it has audio function, such as Windows Media Player or RealPlayer, you can listen to lectures using your computer?s speakers. Or, transfer the audio files from your computer to your iPod or similar personal listening device. Many newer car radios now have USB ports which you can use to play your recordings from Tree Farm during your commute.