FULL DAY Seminar DATES: Clinical Application of BHRT
with Erika Schwartz, M.D. & Joseph Raffaele M.D.
January 21st - New York, NY
February 25th – New York, NY
March 24th – New York, NY
Registration is limited to 30 participants.
The Bioidentical Hormone Initiative is delighted to announce three new seminar dates in the first quarter of 2012 on the CLINICAL USE OF BHRT. Each seminar will be limited to 30 participants, so please register now.
The intensive one-day practitioner education seminar covers the clinical application of BHRT, insurance issues, testing, diagnosis, clinical protocols for men and women, dosage titration, successful application of nutritional supplementation and extensive review of case studies. The presenters will discuss the latest medical evidence presented at the International Menopause Society World Congress in June 2011.
Seminar format will be small groups and will include significant time devoted to individual participant discussion, questions and discussion of relevant issues encountered in clinical practice.
BHI has applied for 6 Category 1 CME Credits from State University of New York (SUNY) Downstate Medical Center, Office of CME (OCME). Final approval is pending and is expected by the time of the first seminar.
Erika Schwartz, M.D.
Dr. Schwartz. Graduate of NYU and AOA, cum laude SUNY-Downstate College of Medicine is a leading expert in the field of BHRT, wellness, and disease prevention, is the Founder and Director of a prominent New York medical practice and a Founding Director of the Bioidentical Hormone Initiative. She is a member of NAMS, MSSNY, ACOG, AFTRA/SAG, NYSSIM and is future president of the Board of Managers and Trustees at SUNY Downstate College of Medicine (2013). Since starting her distinguished career, Dr. Schwartz has been committed to empowering patients and teaching physicians compassion alongside innovative scientific and clinical approaches. She has lectured at Harvard and is lead author in the Medical Clinics Of North America for 3 white paper publications on hormones ( 2008 and 2011).
The seminar will cover the following topics:
• Clinical signs and symptoms of hormone imbalance
• Essential laboratory tests used in BHRT
• Interpreting test results
• Bioidentical Hormone protocols for men and women
• Compounded and FDA-approved bioidentical hormone options
• Extensive case study review
• Nutritional supplementation in the BHRT practice
• Practical Demonstration of Biomarker usage in clinical practice
All training materials, including training manual, case studies and medical clinics articles are provided to participants.
For more information on the topics covered and the days events, click here to download the course schedule.
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