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Seeking a mentor? You’ve come to the right place.

A friend and colleague of mine, Regina Lasaitis, has asked me to let you know about a service she is offering. Regina is a very experienced clinician and educator, and she is offering clinical supervision and mentorship to new herbal and naturopathic medicine graduates. Mentoring is such an important support system for new practitioners, and can […]

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PROM’s workshop booked out!

Thanks to your interest, the November 2015 PROM’s workshop has already booked out! I’m looking forward to a great day with everybody, and some excellent clinical discussions. For those of you unable to make this first workshop, I will be running these workshops again in 2016. Due to significant interstate demand, I’ll also be running this workshop […]

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Is this working? My new paper in the AJHM

My paper entitled “Is this working? The importance of outcome measures in herbal & naturopathic practice” has just been published in the most recent issue of the Australian Journal of Herbal Medicine (Volume 27 Issue 3, September 2015). Continue reading for the abstract of the paper, and a special offer for practitioners. The commentary piece, based upon my […]

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NHAA July Sydney Chapter Meeting – Tonight!

Don’t forget tonight is the July NHAA Sydney Chapter Meeting, with guest speaker Gill Stannard, on the topic “Supervision, mentoring and networking: how collaboration grows your business, clinical skills and confidence”. Date: Tuesday 28 July Time: 6:30pm arrival for 7pm start (usually finishing around 9pm) Location: ACNT, Level 5, 235 Pyrmont St, Pyrmont. In this interactive session, Gill Stannard […]

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Teach out period extended for Advanced Diplomas

With the removal of the Advanced Diplomas of Naturopathy, Western Herbal Medicine, Nutritional Medicine and Homoeopathy, from the Health Training Package at the end of this year, training providers initially thought they had 18 months to teach out students already enrolled in December 2015. That was then extended to 2 years with some recent changes […]

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Bottles in Childers Pharmaceutical Museum

Herbs, Glass Bottles & Poisons – April NHAA Sydney Chapter

April is the first NHAA Sydney Chapter Meeting for the year, and they have asked me to speak again. But this time it will be a bit different – a pictorial conversation of herbal history, entitled “Herbs, Glass Bottles & Poisons in Childers – A Snapshot of Late 19th and Early 20th Century Herbal Medicine”. Date: Tuesday […]

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