Webinar #1 of 23 in the Environmental Medicine Training Series
General Principles of Toxicant Exposure & Assessment
At the conclusion of this educational activity, participants will be able to:
- Identify exposures that contribute to total body burden
- Evaluate patients for toxicant exposures that related to current signs and symptoms
- Effectively apply the principles of avoidance of identified toxicant exposures in counseling patients in order to improve treatment outcomes in environmentally-exposed patients
Original Air Date: September 8, 2014
Approved for: 1.75 General Credit Hours by the Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine
Jason Allen, ND, MPH
Dr. Allen graduated from Bastyr University in 2004, he subsequently completed an MPH in occupational and environmental medicine at the University of Washington. He has been an NIH funded researcher since 2005. Currently he is conducting detoxification research under an NIH/NCAAM K99/R00 Fellowship.
Dr. Allen practices naturopathic environmental Medicine at Seattle Integrative Medicine, is an adjunct faculty member at Bastyr, and is completing a PhD in Toxicology in UW.
Lyn Patrick, ND
Lyn Patrick, ND graduated from Bastyr University in 1984 and has been in private practice for 27 years. She has been a faculty member of the American College for Advancement in Medicine (www.acam.org) continuing medical education conferences, lecturing in the area of metal toxicology and environmental medicine and has served on the Board of Directors at ACAM. She has lectured for the Institute of Functional Medicine and many physician membership organizations nationally and internationally on the subject of environmental medicine.
Dr. Patrick is a published author of numerous articles in peer-reviewed medical journals and has been a longtime Contributing Editor for Alternative Medicine Review, a Medline-indexed journal of complementary/alternative medical research (www.altmedrev.com).
- Lecture slides and handouts (if applicable) are yours to keep
- CE Certificate - 1.75 General Credit Hours by the Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine (OBNM)