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Sunday, August 7, 2011

Study Club & High Tea

Join us on the 3rd Wednesday evening of every month for discussions and presentation on,client management,practice building and income sharing opportunities and funding for WONM Clinics for Humanity.
Fee: No charge; responsible for you dinner “ Immune building tea” complement of CCHM & Clinics for Humanity
Location: TBA
Date: Starting from Wednesday September 21,2011 - June20,2012 @ 6:30-9:30).
Confirm attendance: 416 465 4833/416 492 6725; info@cchm-edu.org

Saturday, October 23, 2010

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DAY FALL 2010



Professional development day November 7th, 2010

Under the Auspices of the World Organization of Natural Medicine and its affiliates; Board of Natural Medicine Doctors & Practitioners & Board of Integrative Medicine

You are cordially invited to a fascinating fall 2010 Professional Development day held by the World Organization of Natural Medicine in collaboration with the Board of Natural Medicine Doctors and Practitioner, Natural Medicine Council and the Board of Integrative Medicine, for which you will receive Continuing Education Credits. CEU credits for renewal of membership is 20 hrs for doctors and 10 hours for practitioners annually for certification.

You may be aware of the many changes within the health care professionals’ role in North America. If you practice in British Columbia and Ontario these regulations will be impacting your ability to deliver natural medicine health care services even more in the near future.

There are many questions raised by practitioners to directors on a daily basis which we believe is better for us to provide answers to you in a group setting. This end of the year Professional Day is intended for members to get answers to their questions, learn strategies to improve their practice and for networking. There will be a morning presentation over a four hour period with three presenters. In the afternoon there will be an investiture ceremony for new members and graduates of the Canadian College of Humanitarian Medicine.

TOPICS FOR ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION

“DOCTOR” or “Doctorate” title
 Relationship between Board of Natural Medicine & Board of Integrative Medicine
 World Organization of Natural Medicine & why the boards are sub affiliate groups of WONM
 WONM Universities Fellowship and Doctorate programs
 Humanitarian Medicine activities under WONM Clinics for Humanity
 Regulation of TCM, Acupuncture, Naturopaths, Homeopaths and how your practice will be affected
 Doctor of Humanitarian Service and Practitioners of Humanitarian Service are they new designation?

The restriction of many natural medicine products and recent banned of colloidal silver by Health Products Canada is a problem for many practitioners, to this end Dr. John Stewart from Biophysica Incorporated Environmental Sciences Consulting, will be providing you with information on how to make your own in office colloidal remedies which are very effective and inexpensive for you and your clients.

SCHEDULE
8:30 AM Registration
9:00 AM Welcome & Opening Prayer Jennifer Desmond, RN, PHS Chair person for the day
9:15 AM Opening Remarks, Dr Ally BNMDP President
9:30 AM WONM International activities Hon. Dr. Sheila McKenzie
10:30 AM Round table discussions/questions and answers period
11:30 AM Clinics for Humanity Haiti outreach, Catherine Page

12:30 PM Lunch

2:00 PM Featured Presenter: Dr. John Stewart, MSc, DMM, DHS
Dr. Stewart was a lecturer in Sensory Neurophysiology at the University of Toronto Medical Faculty and taught courses on Biomedical Instrumentation at Ryerson and at Waterloo Universities. As President of Biophysica, he is a consultant for medical device manufacturers and invents health and vibration energy products. His current research is focused on Water Purification; Trans-Cerebral Electro-Magnetic Stimulation (TCES) to activate and enhance Pineal function for Longevity. He is a Reviewer on Alternative Medicine for the Canadian Medical Association Journal and has published many articles including his review of "Consciousness and Quantum Physics" published in the Journal for Frontier Sciences (Vol 5, 1,) and recipient of World Organization of Natural Medicine Order of Excellence Award.

INVESTITURE CEREMONY PROGRAM
4:00 PM
Canadian National Anthem
Opening Remarks: Sheila McKenzie, RDH, HD, PhD, D.Ac
Lighting of Candle: Hon. Nina Nejmeh, DHS, OMD, PhD.
Lighting of sage: Terri Lyn Zaremsky,B.Sc,RNP,PHS
Registrant’s Graduates presentation: Stanley Ngui, Dr.TCM, DNM DHS,
& Hon. Dr. Sheila McKenzie, RDH, HD, PhD, D.Ac
Re affirmation of Hippocratic Oath all members
Gift and lapel pins awarded

Seminar fee: NO CHARGE; A donation in aid of Clinics for Humanity is appreciated.
Please call 416 465 4833 or 416 756 9355 to confirm your attendance ASAP as seating is limited. If you would like to bring a friend to the evening event, please use the enclosed invitation and let us know in advance how many guests you are inviting

Event Location: Radisson Hotel-Toronto East, 55 Hallcrown Place (Hwy 401& Victoria Park Avenue off Consumers Road), paid parking is available.
Date: Sunday, November 7th, 2010


www.wonm.org www.cchm-edu.org www.o-med.org

Thursday, August 20, 2009

INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE SEMINARS FALL 2009



CCHM offers professional post-graduate courses in integrative and orthomolecular and homeopathic medicine geared towards, allopathic, chiropractic, osteopathic and other degree health care practitioners who are seeking to expand their knowledge and expertise in the field of integrative and orthomolecular medicine. These courses are also suitable for humanitarian medicine mission preparation. After completion of each course a certificate of completion is awarded and upon completion of ten certificate courses, an INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE DIPLOMA is awarded.


AURICULAR ACUPUNCTURE FOR ADDICTIONS & EMERGENCY
One of the reasons why Acupuncture has become so popular is due to its efficacy. Auricular Acupuncture for Addiction is specific. In this course, we will be looking at various protocols, applications and needling techniques.
Topics covered:
•The importance of Acupuncture
•Anatomy of the ear
•The approach of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine)
•Various protocols
•Efficacy of each Acupuncture point
•Safety
•Nada’s method
•Applications
•Needling
•Electro Acupuncture
•Electro stimulation
•How this fits in with other modalities
•Practicum (using needle, electro puncture, electro stimulation)

Presenter:
Stanley Ngui,Dr. TCM., D.Ac, DHS
Department head of Acupuncture and addictions management

Date: September, 26 & 27 &October 3 & 4, 10 AM to 5PM
Location:TBA

CANADIAN COLLEGE OF HUMANITARIAN MEDICINE
2813 Victoria Park Avenue
Scarborough, Ontario, M1W 1A1
www.cchm-edu.org info@cchm-edu.org 416 492 6725

ECLECTIC MEDICINE

This is a branch of Medicine which makes use of best of non patented or manufactured remedies and techniques. The term was coined by Constantine Samuel Rafinesque (1784 to 1841), a physician living among the Native Americans, and observing their use of medicinal plants and natural techniques. He coined the word "eclectic" to refer to those physicians who adopted in practice whatever was found to be beneficial to their patients. The Eclectics were doctors with a philosophy of "alignment with nature," learning from and using concepts from other schools, and opposing the practices of bleeding, purging and use of mecuricals common among the "regular" doctors of that time.

With increasing high cost and control of manufactured natural remedies successful eclectic remedies techniques is most relevant for the survival of your practice
Learn this effective none, invasive inexpensive technique and remedies that will bring phenomenal result to your patient’s well being without draining their financial resources
Course includes:
- Over 100 protocols
- Book on Eclectic Medicine by Dr. Sheila McKenzie
Date: October 18 & 25, 10 AM to 5 PM & November 15, 10 AM to 5 PM

Location: 2813 Victoria Park Avenue, Scarborough
Required text: included
PRESENTER: Sheila McKenzie, RDH,HD,PhD, D.Ac.
CCHM Founder/Head of Faculty

INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE
CERTIFICATES IN SERIES


•Laser therapy smoking cessation
•Auricular acupuncture
•Applied orthomolecular medicine
•Tongue Diagnosis & Mineral Balancing Part I
•Tongue Diagnosis & Mineral Balancing Part II
•Complete functional assessment
•Functional Medicine Laboratory diagnosis
•In office urine analysis & microscopy
•Oxidative dry blood microscopy
•In office mineral screening
•Hair mineral interpretation
•Biological medicine
•Homotoxicology
•Homeopathic tongue diagnosis
•Eclectic medicine general practitioner
•Eclectic Medicine for oral health practitioner
•Electro-cardiogram (EKG) Functional medicine interpretation
•Detoxification protocols

Dates for seminars are uploaded quarterly on CCHM website www.cchm-edu.org

CANADIAN COLLEGE OF HUMANITARIAN MEDICINE
2813 Victoria Park Avenue
Scarborough, Ontario, M1W 1A1
www.cchm-edu.org info@cchm-edu.org 416 492 6725