Registration now open!
Much More Than An Apple A Day:
Integrative Therapies for Optimizing Health in Children
8:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m., Friday, November 14, 2014
School of Nursing Auditorium, KU Medical Center
3901 Rainbow Blvd., Kansas City, Kan.
Symposium Overview & Objectives
Patients and their families believe pediatric integrative medicine and nutritional approaches can decrease use of conventional pharmaceutical medications. As a result, there is growing demand by consumers for dietary and integrative approaches as adjuncts to conventional pediatric treatments.
Learn more here.
At the completion of this symposium, you will be able to:
- Discuss with patients and their families the current evidence for or against the use of nutritional integrative approaches as treatment adjuncts in pediatric disorders.
- Evaluate integrative nutritional approaches to common pediatric disorders.
- Define methods in managing pediatric nutrition-related health problems through laboratory assessment and individualized treatment plans.
This symposium is designed for physicians (MD and DO), registered nurses (RN), advanced practice registered nurses (APRN), social workers, psychologists, naturopathic doctors (ND), dietitians (RD) and nutritionists.
Sponsored by University of Kansas Medical Center Department of Integrative Medicine and University of Kansas Medical Center Continuing Education & Professional Development