Spring 2020 CE Conference Will Now Be A Live Webinar
- Presented by: Community Compounding Pharmacy
- Click Here to Register
- May 30, 2020
6 hrs of Pharmacy CE Credit
(Oregon, Washington and Hawaii)
- Dr. Ami Kapadia
- Dr. Jeff Clark
- Dr. Ilana Gurevich
- Mark Roska RPh
- Dr. Stephanie Kaplan
The Eliot Center
- Buchan Hall
- 1226 SW Salmon Street
- Portland, OR 97205
- 8:30-9:00 Event Registration
- 9:00-10:30 Dr. Jeff Clark - Naturopathic Diabetes Care
- 10:30-11:00 Break
- 11:00-12:30 Dr. Ilana Gurevich - Conventional & Natural Treatments for gastrointestinal conditions
- 12:30-1:30 Lunch
- 1:30-2:45 Dr. Stephanie Kaplan - Deprescribing: An In-Depth look at medication optimization
- 2:45-3:15 Break 3:15-4:15 Dr. Ami Kapadia - Reviews and Updates on Mold Related Illness and Mycotoxin Exposure
- 4:15-5:00 Mark Roska - Defining and applying laws, regulations & standards to pharmaceutical compounding
$150 per attendee Includes a delicious lunch (Parking available in adjacent lot)
Dr. Ami Kapadia M.D., ABIHM
Ami Kapadia, MD has practiced as a family medicine and integrative
medicine physician since 2005. She completed her residency at Thomas
Jefferson University hospital in Philadelphia and went on to work in varied settings including an inner-city urban clinic, VA hospitals around the country, and urgent care clinics in the Portland area. She has pursued training with the Institute for Functional Medicine and The American Academy of Environmental Medicine, and she is certified by the American Board of Integrative and Holistic Medicine (ABIHM).
She has been practicing functional and environmental medicine at Kwan Yin Healing Arts Center in Portland Oregon since 2015. She specializes in gut and skin issues, as well as chronic complex illness. She pays particular attention to chronic infections, allergic disease and environmental exposures and their role in illness. In her free time, Dr. Kapadia enjoys spending time with her family and vacationing in sunny locations at the beach.
Dr. Jeff Clark ND
Jeff Clark, ND is in private practice in Tualatin, Oregon where he provides individualized naturopathic primary care. His areas of special interest include optimizing diabetes management, a topic he has researched extensively and invites into his clinical practice. Additional areas of focus are a more general naturopathic endocrinology with a focus on balancing hormones within normal ranges to maximize well-being and longevity. He supervises weight loss including the HCG diet, advocating that the first step in every successful plan is to reduce exaggerated sensations of hunger. He provides DNA analysis to identify health risks, an effort that is greatly enabled by the advent of direct to consumer personal genome mapping services.
Dr. Clark serves the naturopathic community and the state of Oregon through his volunteer efforts on the statutory Health Care Workforce Committee where he is past chair, various workgroups and rules advisory committees over the years. He serves as a board member of the Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians (OANP) where he has been the legislative chair since 2014.
Originally from Montana, he first came to Oregon as a high-tech engineer where he achieved 5 US patents. He has raised a family of Oregonians, now grown. He loves nature and the outdoors. He is an avid composter, organic vegetable gardener. He raises 100% grass fed beef that he sells as shares directly to family and friends from a small family ranch in the N. Umpqua basin of Southern Oregon.
Dr. Ilana Gurevich ND
Dr. Gurevich is a naturopathic physician and acupuncturist who graduated from the National University of Natural Medicine in 2007 and 2008. She is currently co-owner of two large integrative medical clinics, one in northwest Portland and one in northeast Portland. She runs a very busy private practice specializing in treating inflammatory bowel disease as well as IBS, SIBO and functional GI disorders.
She lectures extensively and teaches about both conventional and natural treatments for gastrointestinal conditions including inflammatory bowel disease, SIBO and IBS. She is one of the foremost experts on the intersection of IBD and IBS and how treating one resolves the other. Dr. Gurevich also acts as a mentor in the naturopathic community educating about GI disorders. She supervises residents and consults with physicians about their most difficult GI cases. Dr. Gurevich was nominated as one of Portland Top Docs by the Portland Monthly in both 2014, 2016 and 2020.
Mark Roska, B.S., M.S., R.Ph.
Mark Roska is the compounding pharmacy supervisor at Oregon Health and Science University and has over 20 years of experience in compounding. Mark attended the OSU College of Pharmacy and holds a Master of Science in Healthcare Management from Oregon Health and Science University. He was born and raised in the Portland area. He is married, has two daughters and a dog. He enjoys playing and coaching soccer, traveling to warm destinations and spending time with his family.
Mark has a variety of experience in pharmacy compounding including retail, independent, research and hospital. He lectures and advises on a variety of compounding topics including compounding best practice, compounding pharmacy design and construction, hazardous drug compounding and pharmacy compounding regulations. He also supervises and mentors pharmacy interns and collaborates with multidisciplinary teams to utilize sterile and non-sterile compounded medications safely and effectively.
Dr. Stephanie Kaplan ND
Stephanie Kaplan, ND has been a primary care physician in Portland, Oregon since 2001. She now specializes in serving older adults and those at the end of life.
Over the years Dr. Kaplan had increasingly visited older people who have found it difficult to leave their homes for appointments. Those meetings sparked her current home health practice model.
As a geriatrician, Dr. Kaplan supports her patients in collaboration with their other health providers to find creative solutions for medical, social and psycho-spiritual concerns. Her goal is to meet the individual needs of seniors and the dying with the vast offerings of naturopathic medicine, including nutrition, movement, mindfulness, craniosacral therapy, herbal medicine, homeopathy, and medication management.