Fall 2020 CE Conference Webinar for the Naturopathic Community
- Presented by:
6 hrs of Pharmacy CE Credit
(Oregon, Washington and Hawaii)
- Dr. Anne Hill - Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos, Hypermobility Spectrum Disorder: The Role of the Primary Care Provider
- Dr. David Kern - PCOS: Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment Protocols
- Dr. Tori Hudson - Research Updates and Essential in Menopausal Hormone Prescribing
- Dr. Courtney Day - Compounding Solutions for Chronic Infectious Disease and Compounding Solutions for Treatment Resistant Conditions
9:00am – 10:30am - Dr. Anne Hill – Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome; Hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos and Hypermobility Spectrum disorder: The Role of the Primary Provider
10:30am- 10:45am - Break
10:45am- 12:15pm - Dr. Tori Hudson – Research Updates; Essential in Menopausal Hormone Prescribing
12:15pm-1:15pm - Lunch
1:15pm-2:00pm - Dr. Courtney Day - Compounding solutions for chronic infectious diseases
2:00pm-2:45pm - Dr. David Kern - PCOS: Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment Protocols
2:45pm- 3:00pm - Break
3:00pm-3:45pm - Dr. David Kern - More PCOS: Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment Protocols
3:45pm- 4:30pm - Dr. Courtney Day - Compounding solutions for treatment resistant conditions
Dr. Anne Hill
Anne Hill, ND has practiced as an herbalist and craniosacral therapist since 1994. She has been an Oregon licensed naturopathic physician since 2003. She has also been trained in the traditional eastern Indian medicine, Ayurveda, which she incorporates into patient care. Dr. Hill has a private practice in Portland, Oregon. She specializes in general family practice, environmental medicine, endocrinology, and chronic infectious disease. Dr. Hill is has been an educator as long as she has been a physician, holding private seminars on craniosacral therapeutics, and guest teaching and lecturing on medical topics at various alternative medicine programs across the United States. In her free time Dr. Hill enjoys hiking in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and two children, laying in the sun with her cat and experimenting in the kitchen
Dr. David Kern ND, LAc
- Dr.David Kern attended the National College of Naturopathic Medicine from 1973 to 1979. Introduced to bioidentical hormones in 1977, Dr. Kern has maintained a specific clinical focus and research emphasis on endocrine medicine in women's and men's health for over 40 years. A common theme when speaking to patients and as a seminar or conference speaker, is the discrepancy in evidence-based medicine and inconsistencies in BHRT protocols.
- In 2002, Dr. Kern became the first ND in Hawaii to be admitted to a state hospital medical staff at Maui Memorial Medical Center. In 2005, the Maui Memorial Medical Center Foundation, honored Dr. Kern with their Keola Award for "outstanding service to the people of Maui, in the field of naturopathic medicine and women's health." At the same time, the governor of Hawaii also recognized Dr. Kern's work with a Commendation for his health service to the Maui community.
- Dr. Kern is the founder and medical director of Grace Health Centers, in Hawaii on the Island of Maui, where Dr. Kern has lived and practiced for the past 35 years. He is currently chair of the Board of Naturopathic Medicine.
Dr. Tori Hudson
Dr. Tori Hudson, Naturopathic Physician, graduated from the National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM) in 1984 and has served the college in several capacities, including: Medical Director, Associate Academic Dean, and Academic Dean. She is currently a clinical adjunct professor at NUNM), Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, Bastyr University and the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. Dr Hudson has been in practice for more than 36 years, is the medical director of her clinic, “A Woman’s Time” in Portland, Oregon, co-owner and director of product research and education for VITANICA and the program director for the Institute of Women’s Health and Integrative Medicine. She is also the founder and co-director of NERC (Naturopathic Education and Research Consortium), a non-profit organization for accredited naturopathic residencies.
Dr. Hudson has been appointed as a faculty member of the Fellowship in Integrative Health and Medicine, Academy of Integrative Health & Medicine.
Dr. Hudson was awarded the 1990 President’s award from the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians for her research in women’s health, the 1999 prestigious Naturopathic Physician of the Year award, the 2003 NUNM Alumni Pioneer Award., the 2009 Natural Products Association Pioneer Award and in 2012 was inducted into the NUNM Hall of Fame. In 2016,she was the recipient of the annual Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physician’s “Living Legends” award.
She is a nationally recognized author (book: Women’s Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine second edition, McGraw Hill 2008), speaker, educator, researcher, and clinician. Dr. Hudson serves on several editorial boards, advisory panels and as a consultant to the natural products industry. She also writes monthly columns and free lance articles for several publications.
Dr. Courtney Day
Dr. Courtney Day is an Oregon licensed Naturopathic Doctor and Microbiologist recognized for her expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme Disease, Morgellons and illness following insect bites, animal bites, mold/ biotoxins or other environmental exposures and/ or physical or emotional traumas. As a professional speaker on the topic of Morgellons Disease, Dr. Day is sought out for her knowledge in this new field of medical research and treatment.
Dr. Day earned her degrees in Naturopathic Medicine and Microbiology. She earned her bachelors of science degree in Microbiology from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, with a special concentration in Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. As a graduate of National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon, she has been in clinical practice the in the Portland area since 2014.
Having a special interest in studying holistic, natural, and alternative therapies for bacterial, fungal, viral and parasitic infections, Dr. Day has focused much time in education and clinical practice to understanding the genetic susceptibility, environmental influences and pathogenic factors that contribute to illness in patients with Lyme Disease, Morgellons and Mold or other biotoxin exposures. She applies personal experience, clinical training in naturopathic medicine and knowledge of microbiology, biochemistry, methylation and clinical genomics in understanding the complexity of chronic disease to her clinical approach to diagnosis and treatment of her patients.