COURSES 2019


NUTRITION IN PRACTICE: LOW TECH NUTRITIONAL ASSESSMENT OF PATIENTS & CRASH COURSE IN EVIDENCE BASED NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTATION

 
Prof Adam Cunliffe

Nutritional status is a key determinant of multiple aspects of human health and resilience. This half-day session examines easy to apply techniques allowing practitioners to gain vital health information for their patients and help inform advice and treatment strategies.

More people are taking nutritional supplements than ever. This session examines the pros and cons of nutrition supplementation, and most importantly, which ones really work. A practical checklist of considerations for practitioners is given to ensure safe effective prescribing.

Date: 16 Feb 2019

 

CPD hours: 7 • cost: £135  •  Registration 9:15, start 9:30 and finish 17:00

10% DISCOUNT: £121.50 • IF BOOKED BEFORE 8 JAN 2019
 
STUDENT FEE: £67.50 • USE DISCOUNT CODE "student"
 

NUTRITION AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE: ERGOGENIC AIDS THAT ACTUALLY WORK & NUTRITION AND RECOVERY FROM MUSCULOSKELETAL INJURY: NUTRITIONAL APPROACHES TO INFLAMMATION FROM SYSTEMIC TO LOCAL

From sports performance to clinical recovery, nutrition is a key factor in success. The role of macro and micro-nutrients will be explored and nutraceutical approaches to improving physical and mental performance discussed with working examples.

Inflammatory processes underpin cancer, heart disease, diabetes, arthritis and sarcopenia. Much progress has been made in understanding how nutrition can modulate both local and systemic inflammation. This session will explore the most effective strategies to modulate inflammation and reduce disease risk and burden.

Date: 18 May 2019

 

CPD hours: 7 • cost: £135  •  Registration 9:15, start 9:30 and finish 17:00

10% DISCOUNT: £121.50 • IF BOOKED BEFORE 8 JAN 2019
 
STUDENT FEE: £67.50 • USE DISCOUNT CODE "student"
 

FROM PALEO TO VEGAN - HOW TO MAKE SENSE OF SPECIAL DIETS AND THEIR IMPACT ON HUMAN HEALTH AND WELLBEING
& HOLDING BACK THE YEARS. DIET AND EXERCISE STRATEGIES TO INCREASE HEALTH-SPAN


Patients present with a wide range of specialized, restrictive and idiosyncratic dietary habits underlying their other health conditions. It is vital to understand how habitual diet impacts the body and hence disease processes. This session deconstructs the key aspects of inclusion/exclusion of major food groups and specific dietary components. Risks and benefits are explored with respect to a range of health challenges.

Recent advances in nutritional science have shed light on how food and specific dietary components can significantly extend 'healthspan'. The latest developments in the field of anti-ageing will be explored, with practical guidelines for patient support.

Date: 5 Oct 2019

 

CPD hours: 7 • cost: £135  •  Registration 9:15, start 9:30 and finish 17:00

10% DISCOUNT: £121.50 • IF BOOKED BEFORE 8 JAN 2019
 
STUDENT FEE: £67.50 • USE DISCOUNT CODE "student"
 

BRAIN FOODS - FOOD AND MOOD & HUMAN BIOME IN HEALTH AND DISEASE

Nutrition can directly influence mood, energy levels, libido and cognitive function. This session will explore how diet and supplementation can alter how we feel and how the brain performs. Examples of commonly eaten foods and supplements will be given for their specific effects on brain function and subjective experience.

An rapidly increasing body of evidence is highlighting the role that gut flora plays in human health and disease. From obesity to heart disease, the bacterial load in the human gut exerts great influence in determining health status. This workshop will explore the current understanding of the importance of the human biome and describe how it may be altered through pre and pro biotics to the benefit of patients.

Date: 23 Nov 2019

 

CPD hours: 7 • cost: £135  •  Registration 9:15, start 9:30 and finish 17:00

10% DISCOUNT: £121.50 • IF BOOKED BEFORE 8 JAN 2019
 
STUDENT FEE: £67.50 • USE DISCOUNT CODE "student"
 
www.drcunliffe.co.uk/about

Prof. Adam Cunliffe • Having completed a Masters degree and PhD in Human Nutrition Adam spent two years working with critical care patients in the intensive therapy unit at the Royal London Hosptal. He then established a career as a researcher and educator, teaching at several major London Universities. He also founded Cavendish Health Services, a successful nutrition and health screening and advisory service at the University of Westminster.
With expertise in anti-ageing, weight loss, clinical nutrition, sports nutrition and management of stress and fatigue, Adam has been featured on CNN, BBC TV, Channel 4, national and local press and BBC Radio.
Adam has published his research findings on multiple aspects of diet and health including diabetes, obesity, fatigue states, human performance and nutrition for healthy ageing. He has shared his expertise in nutrition and health as an inspirational speaker for government departments and major corporations in London. He has also provided professional development services to private and NHS healthcare professionals.
In addition to teaching, research and media commentary, Adam also offers one to one nutrition counselling to clients, providing nutritional guidance for a wide range of health conditions ranging from helping those wishing to optimise health and wellbeing or sports performance, through to long term health conditions and stress states.

 
The course will provide for OSTEOPATHIC PRACTICE STANDARDS CPD requirements in the following areas:

7 hours Learning with Others


OPS CPD RequirementsLearning include
Communication and patient partnershipListening, respecting patient's concerns and preferences, dignity and modesty, effective communication, providing information, consent, patient partnership.
Knowledge, skills and performance Having sufficient knowledge and skills, working within training and competence, keeping up to date, analysing and reflecting on information to enhance patient care.
Safety and quality in practicePatient evaluation, management, safeguarding, wider role in enhancing patients' health and wellbeing.



 
 
 
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