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Women In Balance Institute

Women's Health Symposium 2013

Hormone balance: The Key to Health and Wellbeing

March 15–17 2013
NCNM, Portland OR

20.5 CEUs (including 5 Pharmacy) approved by OBNM for presentations and breakout sessions


REGISTRATION

Vendor Registration

In summer 2012, National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) joined together with Women in Balance to form the new Women In Balance Institute. Since its inception, WIB has pointed women in the direction of optimal wellness through education and connections to quality health care providers with the Health Care Provider Locator.  The new Women in Balance Institute (WIBI), with the connection to NCNM will continue to enrich these programs, and be a valuable resource for the latest information in women’s health.  

In spring 2013, the new WIBI will be holding its inaugural women’s health symposium, March 15–17, 2013. This first annual WIBI conference has its roots in how hormones affect health and wellbeing. 

Speakers

Learn more about the presentations and speakers.

Keynote Speakers:  Tori Hudson ND,  Marianne Marchese ND, Kim Windstar ND

Presenters: Jon Fenrich, RPh, Regina Flanagan, ND, Pamela Sky Jeanne ND, Tami Kent PT, Erin Lommen ND, Alison McAllister ND, Rachel Meredith, ND LAc, Jane Murray MD, Carolyn Nygaard ND, Heidi Petersen ND, Deb Soholt RN MS,   

CE Presentation Topics Include:

  • How Hormones Affect  Health  
  • Endocrine disruptors  
  • Hormone replacement therapy
  • PCOS  
  • Thyroid health
  • Pelvic Floor Health
  • And more

In addition to the lectures for health care practitioners, there will also be a track for the general public with classes on Hormones 101, hot flashes, night sweats and menopause, and other healthy aging topics.


Registration

Participants can attend the conference either in–person or online via a live webinar. Register early and take advantage of discounts.

In-person

Health Care Provider, $375 

NCNM Alumni, $350 

NCNM Faculty, $300 

NCNM Student, $125 

 

Webinar

Health Care Provider, $375

NCNM Alumni, $350

NCNM Faculty, $300

NCNM Student, $125

 

Registration includes: CE accredited lectures (pending approval), lunch, a wine and cheese reception, informative presentations, and access to the vendor hall with free samples and product information.

Free parking is available on campus. Click for map and directions: 049 SW Porter St. Portland, OR 97201

For more information please contact Elise Schroeder, ND, eschroeder@ncnm.edu