ACNEM Online Global Conference: Environmental and Viral Disruptors

The Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM), based in Melbourne, Australia, is hosting an 8-week online conference during May and June 2020. The conference kicks off on May 4 investigating COVID-19 around the world and what environmental medicine looks like in 2020.

The education sessions are aimed at individuals seeking wellbeing in addition to medical professionals, health policy makers and educators.  Conference experts will explore optimising immune function and the personal environment as well as looking at environmental causes of illness including EMFs (weeks 5 and 6) and impacts of the global environment on human health.

Dr David O. Carpenter, director of the Institute for Health and the Environment at the State University of New York at Albany’s School of Public Health and author of more than 450 peer-reviewed studies will be presenting ‘The Big Picture of Environmental Medicine’, ‘Electromagnetic Disruption: What’s the Issue?’ and ‘Environmental Influences in Chronic Illness’ in addition to participating in a panel discussion on the 5G rollout and its implications.  Other conference presenters include Nicole Bijlsma, Dr Priyanka Bandara, Dr Julie McCredden and Dr Don Maisch.

The $295 cost provides participants with livestreamed presentations, recordings and weekly live Q&A sessions, and includes a 3-month pass to access all content.

If your own medical practitioner needs to further their knowledge on the effects of EMFs, perhaps it would be worthwhile pointing them to the ACNEM 2020 online conference?

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