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Integrative Cancer Care – Challenges and Possibilities” – free 1-month trial!

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You are invited to join a case-based educational meeting series, with the first month at no charge.

This independent education is being hosted by the Natural Health Science Foundation (NHSF), a non-commercial New York based not for profit organisation.

The NHSF Grand Rounds meeting entitled "Integrative Cancer Care – Challenges and Possibilities" is at 6pm AEDT/8pm NZ time on Tuesday 28th September. Use this link to read more and access the free trial - click here.

In this meeting Dr Nicky Baillie will be presenting an interesting cancer patient case and will explore broader ethical issues, supporting the patient and collaboration with specialists. It is planned to prepare questions for specialist input, with Dr Ian Byard an oncologist and A/Prof Judith Lacey an integrative cancer specialist invited to provide input.

Since starting the series in October last year, over 150 practitioners have attended the NHSF Grand Rounds events.

This is a great initiative. Check it out. Use this link to read more and access the free trial - click here.
Since starting the series in October last year, over 150 practitioners have attended the NHSF Grand Rounds events. Grand Rounds feature a detailed review of the decision-making process, latest evidence on interventions, practical guidance on interprofessional communication and Q&A for the audience to participate. Following the meeting, handouts with practical tools, video and audio of content, video interviews with experts and certificates for 2h CPD are provided 

Integrative doctor from New Zealand.  In this meeting Dr Nicky Baillie will be presenting an interesting cancer patient case and will explore broader ethical issues, supporting the patient and collaboration with specialists. It is planned to prepare questions for specialist input, with Dr Ian Byard an oncologist and A/Prof Judith Lacey an integrative cancer specialist invited to provide input.

Since starting the series in October last year, over 150 practitioners have attended the NHSF Grand Rounds events.

As a member of my network you are eligible for a free 1-month trial if you subscribe before midnight on Sunday 26th September – click here.

Author of Phytotherapy Desk Reference. Get your copy of the expanded and revised and updated and wonderful 5th Edition. My contribution to the first meeting on integrative oncology is a review of four key herbs and chemotherapy. Part of the package. Join us now!

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Thursday, 07 July 2022

Book Review: Phytotherapy Desk Reference

PDR5Reviewed by  Mim Beim

My original copy of Michael Thomsen’s Phytotherapy Desk Reference is herb-stained and dog-eared. So it was with much excitement that I received the latest edition of this little gem.

The book, as with the previous editions, has been designed not as an exhaustive materia medica but rather as a desk reference for the busy herbalist. It contains short, precise descriptions of 236 of the most commonly used herbs in Australia and New Zealand.

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The extensively revised and updated 5th edition of the Phytotherapy Desk Reference

Phytotherapy Desk Reference 5th Edition ISBN: 978-0-646-82443-7 Soft-cover, spiral bound. 200 pages. 233 Monographs.